MISSISSIPPI’S FIRST TEACHING GARDEN SPRINGS UP AT A LOCAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

September 21, 2012 in Education, News, Top Stories

Davis Magnet Elementary school will reap fresh veggies and fruits this Spring

JACKSON, MS – On September 20, the American Heart Association unveiled Mississippi’s first Teaching Garden with the support of the Jackson Heart Foundation. The first school to receive the garden is Davis Magnet Elementary in the capital city, which is locally sponsored by the Jackson Heart Foundation.

The American Heart Association Teaching Gardens is an innovative national, school-based program to re-establish what it means to be healthy. Aimed at elementary school students, the Teaching Garden program provides hands-on learning experiences rooted in offering nutritional choices.

Gray: ‘First day on job exciting’

July 5, 2012 in Education, News, Top Stories

New Superintendent says team is ready to work By Othor Cain Managing Editor In what he hopes to become a weekly session with reporters, Dr. Cedric Gray, newly installed chief […]

MISSISSIPPI LINK EXCLUSIVE: New JPS superintendent seeks advance information

June 21, 2012 in News, Top Stories

Former deputy superintendent for Memphis City Schools assists By Othor Cain Managing Editor Dr. Cedric Gray is slated to begin work July 1 as superintendent of the Jackson Public Schools […]