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Student Council Sponsors Fall Blood Drive

Jaida Strahan, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

   The Red Cross Blood Drive received a donation of 76 pints of blood from citizens and students of George County.    “Even people from the public came to the school and donated blood.”    Eva LeBert felt that t...

Students Paint Parking Spots

Layni Havard, Staff reporter

December 17, 2019

   To host proms, a person would usually need around six or seven thousand dollars. As of now,  advisor, Holly Hulbert, says that $1,360 have been raised so far.    “Of course, we want more people to participate,” Hulbe...

GCHS Recieves New Ranking

Olivia Wachsman, Executive Editor

December 17, 2019

    Mississippi school rankings were recently released and George County High School dropped from an A ranking to a B ranking.    Principal Wade Whitney feels that a drop in graduation rates is the number one contributor to...

New Sign Welcomes Students, Visitors

Kirstie McLeod, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

   When driving north or south on Old 63, it’s hard to miss the new digital sign at the north main entrance of campus.     According to principal Wade Whitney, the sign will help promote school activities and give po...

Seniors Apply for Early Graduation

Lane Pitts, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

  While most seniors plan to graduate in May a few plan on completing high school in December.    Seniors must see Graduation Coach Patti Seamen to enroll in early graduation. The seniors wanting to apply will write a ...

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