Every American child should be college and career ready.
The dropout rate for all students is down, and college enrollment rates are at an all-time high, yet there remain significant gaps, where many young people leave high school without a diploma or the preparation needed to succeed in college or a career.
Research has demonstrated that schools with effective leaders, committed staff, involved parents, a supportive climate, and ambitious learning goals are successful in educating all students. Research has also demonstrated benefits from expanded learning time that enriches students’ learning; partnerships with local businesses and post-secondary partners that link school work to real-world expectations and experiences; and out of school opportunities and community-based programs that enrich learning and reduce incidences of violence and crime. Together, these practices are strengthening the pipeline from high school into college and careers.
Provided by the McComb School District Community Engagement Department. #ItsComeBackTime
NOTE: The 7th Grade Girls Basketball Tryout Day and Time has been changed/updated due to weather. Please note the change! Thank You! Provided by the McComb School District Community Engagement Department. #ItsComeBackTime