Welcome to the North Panola School District, and thank you for visiting our website. We exist to serve the educational needs of the children living within our school district.Our mission is to offer a high quality education for all students and to prepare them to be successful adults. The vision of the North Panola School District is to be an “A” rated district with all “A” rated schools. Our core values serve as the foundation upon which we execute our mission. Here in the North Panola School District, those values include:
Striving for innovation and excellence
Collaboration at all levels
A focus on success for all students
Dedication to continuous improvement and best practice
High quality instruction
We are committed to providing students a safe and caring learning environment, stellar instruction, access to cutting-edge technology, and relevant learning opportunities that will prepare them for success beyond high school in the 21st Century. The North Panola School District values, respects, and supports our teachers because we believe the key to student learning is great teaching. To help inspire and engage students in their learning, we provide teachers ongoing useful professional development and technology tools to bolster their instruction for the purpose of advancing student learning to the highest levels.
While the North Panola School District has faced challenges in the past, it is our belief that we can be one of the top schools in the state of Mississippi. We value the privilege of working with children and young people who amaze us each day with their talents and genius and we welcome the support of a wonderful parent community.
Thank you for supporting us in the important work of educating our community’s children and young people. We sincerely appreciate your support and our community’s commitment to building “A” rated schools. Our students both need and deserve nothing less if they are to reach their potentials.
Cedric L. Richardson
Greenhill Elementary 5th grade Transition Ceremony May 18th @ 9 a.m. in the Cafeteria
Greenhill Elementary Kindergarten Transition Ceremony May 19th @ 9 a.m. in the Cafeteria
Como Elementary Kindergarten Transition Ceremony May 19th @ 9 a.m. in the Gym
Como Elementary 5th grade Transition Ceremony May 19th @ 12 noon in the Gym
Crenshaw Elementary 5th grade Awards Program/Class Day May 18th @ 6 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Crenshaw Elementary Kindergarten Transition Ceremony May 19th @ 9 a.m. in the Cafeteria
North Panola Junior High 8th grade Transition Ceremony May 20th @ 5 p.m. @ North Panola High School Auditorium
North Panola High School Seniors Graduation Ceremony May 24 @ 6 p.m. @ Batesville Civic Center
Greenhill Elementary Awards Day Program for grades 1st -4th May17th @ 9 a.m.@ North Panola High School Auditorium
Crenshaw Elementary Awards Program for grades 1st- 4th May 18th @ 9 a.m.in the Cafeteria
North Panola Junior High Awards Day for grades 6th & 7th May 24 @ 9 a.m. in the Gym
Mandatory) Pre-Registration FOR ALL Students attending school in the NPSD @ the North Panola High School Auditorium
(Dates & Times Below)
May 18th (8am-4pm)May 19th (8am-4pm)
Como Elementary School North Panola Jr. High
Green Hill Elementary School North Panola High School
Crenshaw Elementary School
School Board Meeting
The next School Board meeting will be held May 16th, 2016.
The meeting will be held in the library of the North Panola HS.
NP School District Recognize the Top 3 2016 Graduates of North Panola High School
From left to right:
Valedictorian- Ke'Ancelar Birge Salutatorian- Kerlicia Ozoemena Historian- D'Angelo Oliver
NP School District Recognize Third Grade Reading Top Scorers
Kentravious Windless (highest) Angel Lewis (second highest)
Crenshaw Elementary School third graders completed a passing percentage of 81%
Principal Angela Ellison, Trinity Jennings, Nickquarius Market, Damiron Bobo, Adreunna Taylor, Desmond Young, Teacher Shelby Holifield, De'Kara Moore, Janiya Fonville, and Ariel King
Como Elementary School third graders completed a passing percentage of 90%
Front Row: (left to right) Ladarren Willingham, Jeniya Lyons, Tamarion Renix, Termarion Collins, Randy Smith and Dajuan Stanton
Back Row: (left to right) Alayshia Wolfe, Kentavion Pettis, Antearia Harrell, Madison Robison, Janyia Threat, Nishari Austin, and Jaidyn Mickens
Greenhill Elementary School third graders completed a passing percentage of 89%
North Panola High School's STAR Student D'Angelo Oliver chose physics and Latin teacher Hanna Olivier as his STAR Teacher.
The North Panola High School JROTC Cougar Battalion had their annual formal inspection.
Como Elementary Top 10 Performers for 2014-2015 PARCC Assessment.
The top five highest PARRCC Assessment Scorers in the areas of ELA or Math for 2015 from the North Panola School District were honored at the school board meeting. The students pictured above are Dankevion Oliver, Norclessia Edwards, and in front, Bridget Bowden along with the School Board. Students not pictured are: D'Maya Williams,and Camryn Gaines
Regional Reading Fair
A Special thanks to the Reading Fair Coordinators and Judges for the 2015-2016 District Reading Fair.
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North Panola School District
Breast Cancer Awareness 5K/Health Fair
October 17, 2015
On behalf of the North Panola School District Wellness Committee, we thank you for your donations and participation in our event. This year we had over 200 participants as we focused on “Educating, Empowering and Encouraging” breast cancer survivors in our community.
SWIFT is a national K-8 center that provides academic and behavioral support to promote the learning and academic achievement of all students, including students with disabilities and those with the most extensive needs.
Swift training for principals and instructional coaches. Meeting directed by MDE Dr. Andrea Mayfield and Dr. Chandra Williams. February 9, 2016
EDUCATIONAL VIDEO OF THE MONTH
Dear Graduates - A Message From Kid President
North Panola School District will provide equal educational opportunities regardless of race, color, creed, sex, handicap, religion, or marital status. No student shall be excluded on such basis from participating in or having access to any course offerings, athletics, counseling, employment assistance, and extra-curricular activities.