The MDE, through the Academic Education Office, is excited to share with schools a free tutoring platform for middle and high school students in Mississippi that need math and SAT/ACT supports. Schoolhouse.world is a new non-profit started by Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy.
All tutoring sessions are conducted through Zoom. To maximize security, all sessions and student interactions are recorded and monitored. Students may sign-up by themselves for free and then browse upcoming small group sessions or request a session around a specific topic they need help with. This tutoring platform is global, so sessions run around the clock.
The Marshall County School District will participate in the USDA’s National School Lunch Program-Seamless Summer Option (SSO) for the duration of the 2021-2022 school year. The SSO Program will allow the Marshall County School District to continue provide free meals to all students; therefore, parents/students are not required to complete a meal application. The SSO Option promotes the nutrition standards of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. The meal patterns include a strong emphasis on providing fruits, vegetables, milk and whole grains.
NUTRITION is a cornerstone for learning and the Marshall County School District is proud to participate in this program to ensure the nutritional needs of every child is fulfilled. Healthy meals will allow our students to attain their greatest educational potential.
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