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Students learn about legislative process in Youth and Government Club

Emily Merz, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2018

Arming teachers, outlawing gay conversion camps, and requiring all American adults to own a colony of bees. These are just some of the many topics Youth and Government Club members debated on their trip to the state capital. The...

Trivial Pursuit

Trivial Pursuit

December 11, 2018

DCS schools will have 2-hour delay today

Staff reports, The Pony Express

November 15, 2018

From DeSoto County Schools: DeSoto County Schools will have a 2-hour delayed start this morning (Thursday, November 15th). Buses will pick up students on their routes two hours later than normal, and school start times will be...

BREAKING: DCS will release 2 hours early today due to inclement weather

Staff reports, The Pony Express

November 14, 2018

From DeSoto County Schools: Due to the uncertainty of this afternoon's weather, DeSoto County Schools will have a 2-hour early release today (Wednesday, November 14th). For example, a school that normally dismisses at 2:30 will...

Fresh faces join the Mustang family this year

Nadia Sumlar, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018

New teachers are always welcome at the home of the Mustangs. Sean Barker, Jensen Jacquet and Victoria Moore are among more than a dozen new teachers who have recently joined the Mustang family. “I chose to teach at CHHS because...

Making the grade: CHHS, DeSoto County Schools again earn ‘A’ rankings

Emily Merz, Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2018

Desoto County Schools has again been named an “A” school district by the Mississippi Department of Education. Under the current accountability model, DCS is one of nine school districts to earn the highest ranking for three...

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