Even the eyes of eagles experienced tears of sorrow on this day when our country's safety was compromised.
Ten years ago, in the ninth month on the 11th day of 2001, our country experienced a devastation that will never be forgotten. Airplanes crashed into major landmarks in the United States inflicting as much death and destruction imaginable. Three of the planes struck their targets; the fourth crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. In the gleam of the morning's first beam, that may have begun with preparing breakfast for the family, getting the kids off to school, or heading off to work, lives were changed within the blink of an eye. Thousands of lives were taken and hundreds were of first responders performing their civic duties. These attacks and the global reaction to them have profoundly shaped the world we live in, so it remains important to remember just what happened on that dark day.
|Mae Ruth Watson,Teacher of the Year||Donna Love, Assistant Teacher of the Year|
The Mississippi Department of Education provides a Parent Survey to gather your thoughts and experiences with our Special Education program and services.
Please visit your child's special education teacher or language speech therapist during our biannual Parent Days and participate in the annual parent survey.
You may also complete the survey at your child's annual IEP meeting. The survey must be completed online.
We look forward to seeing you during the 2013-2014 school year.