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Neshoba Central partners with McLain Plumbing for apprenticeship program   Neshoba Central High School and McLain Plumbing and Electrical Service of Philadelphia ...

Rocket News for November

December 4, 2019

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The December 13, 2019 School Board Meeting time has changed to 8:00 a.m.. 

The new year will bring a lot of excitement for a Neshoba Central High School junior who was recently selected by Central Electric Power Association to participate in a Youth Le...

During the October 10, 2019 School Board Meeting the Neshoba County School Board voted into policy an After School Detention Plan (ASD) for NCMS & NCHS.  This policy is...

Amid a number of anchor charts in Kim Price’s English II room at Neshoba Central is a motivational quote from Harry Potter. It reads: “Working hard is important, but...

Indian Education Committee Meeting Agenda October 8, 2019   Introduction of committee members Purpose Discussion of Impact Aid and Title VI Indian Educa...

Bids on a new $2,236,500 high school cafeteria have been accepted by the Neshoba County Board of Education, Superintendent Lundy Brantley announced Friday morning on WWSL’...

Neshoba Central High School senior Grace Everett will travel to Portugal and Spain in January to participate in a “once in a lifetime opportunity” to learn about agr...

Neshoba Elementary gets ‘A’ rating; high school moves up to a ‘B’   For the second consecutive year, Neshoba Central Elementary was rated...

August 30, 2019 Pre-K Performs for Mr. Boykin’s HS Chorus The Pre-K classes learned musical nursery rhymes this week!  Mr. Boykin played the piano for the Pre-K...

School Pictures will be made next week. Tuesday, August 20 - High School Grades 9, 10, & 11 Wednesday, August 21 - Middle School Grades 6, 7, & 8 Thursday, Augu...

Come see the new stadium and meet the Football, JROTC, Cheerleaders, Dance Team and Band at 6:30 P.M. Friday, August 16, 2019. The football team is also selling BBQ plates fo...

All Season Sports Passes are accepted at all home games for the 2019-2020 School Year with the exception of playoff games. Prices Adult Passes - $100 Student Passes - $30

Neshoba ranked number one school, district on state kindergarten assessment   Kindergarten students at Neshoba Central Elementary School earned the highest average...

Dr. Brantley appointed to MASS board     An opportunity to help craft the Mississippi Association of School Superintendents’ legislative agenda has been...