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NASD superintendent, assistant superintendent request new trial in discrimination case

The superintendent and assistant superintendent of the Natchez-Adams School District have asked the federal courts to either toss out the jury verdict against them or ... Read more

District refutes absenteeism study

The Natchez-Adams School District was one of two systems to have at least two schools crack the top 20 worst schools in chronic absenteeism. Read more

NHS principal honored to be administrator of the year

When Natchez High School Principal Tony Fields arrives at the office in the morning, the first thing he’s going to do is put down his ... Read more

News photos: Holy Family celebrates Black History Month

Holy Family students learned about black history through living history Thursday. Read more

Cathedral hosting parenting expert today, Friday

For parents struggling with questions, Cathedral School will feature a nationally acclaimed parenting expert who may provide some answers today and Friday. Read more

Bright future: NASD eighth grader ready to spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S

What a difference a year can make. After not placing in the district spelling bee in sixth grade, Robert Lewis Magnet School eighth-grader Raven Dent ... Read more

McLaurin Elementary math instructor named NASD teacher of the year

Don’t tell Nedra Hackett that math isn’t fun. Read more

Photo feature: Road to a title

Supports see Trinity Lady Saints off to state championship tournament. Read more

Bright future: Natchez 5 year old breathing easy after tumor in remission

Running around the house and singing as his brother played the drums would have once been difficult to picture for a Natchez kindergartner. Read more

NASD looking for feedback on school calendars

The Natchez-Adams School District is hoping to get more input from parents and community stakeholders on its calendar options for the 2016-17 year. Read more

Funding down for 2016-17 Natchez-Adams School District budget

In its second work session for the 2016-17 budget preparation period, the Natchez-Adams School District administration laid out its tentative revenues to board members. Read more

Photo feature: The last throws

Trinity Episcopal Day School students grab the last Mardi Gras throws of the season. Read more

Trinity fourth grader finds her place on theater stage

During one of the first 2015 performances of “A Natchez Christmas Carol” at Natchez Little Theatre, 9-year-old Maggie Waddill learned she was going to ... Read more

Photo feature: Prince Street Day Care rolls out Mardi Gras spirit

Prince Street Day Care students donned masks and costumes as Mardi Gras revelers Monday during the school's parade. Read more

Accreditations affirm success for local schools

For schools, the equivalent of getting a medal or a trophy can often come in the form of an accreditation. But, like awards, different accreditations ... Read more

Bright Future: Trinity senior keeps desire to learn alive through books

All the world is a book to Brooke Wiley. Read more

NASD approves contract renewal for Ombudsman Alternative School

The Ombudsman Alternative School’s contract was renewed for another three years at the Natchez-Adams Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, but not without some discussion. Read more

Trinity Episcopal Day School prepares for new leader

Students at Trinity Episcopal Day School might have already said hello to the school’s new substitute teacher, but in a few months, they’ll be addressing ... Read more

Bright Future: Volunteering helps Vidalia senior find way to career

When Gabby Morace, 17, goes off to college next year, she’ll have four solid years of volunteering with the Vidalia High School Key Club under ... Read more

NASD to host curriculum fair Tuesday

At the halfway point of the current school year and with the 2016-2017 school year approaching, future Natchez-Adams School District middle schoolers and high school ... Read more

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