The Louisville (MS) School District and a slew of community partners will be one of the Mississippi Association of Partners in Education (MAPE) 2012 Governor’s Award winners.
“Congratulations to the entire group of Louisville school and community leaders who made it happen. MSHEI is proud to have played a small role in making it happen,” said Phil Hardwick, Coordinator of Capacity Development.
The award winners and will be honored at MAPE’s Governor’s Awards Luncheon on March 21, 2012 at the Hilton of Jackson. The Governor’s Awards Luncheon is part of a 2-day conference hosted jointly by PREPS (The Program for Research and Evaluation of Public Schools) and MAPE.
The award winners were: Governor’s Award of Distinction – Watkins Elementary (Jackson) and Southern Farm Bureau, Blue Cross Blue Shield / Project Fit America, Jackson State University, Community Foundation of Greater Jackson, Junior League of Jackson, Laura Bush Foundation, Mississippi Recycling Coalition, Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi, Home Depot, Entergy, Executive Women International and others
University Partnership Award – Sale Elementary International Studies Magnet (Columbus) and Mississippi University for Women College of Education & Human Sciences
Cleveland School District and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation – C.O.R.E. Nutrition Afterschool Program
Spann Elementary and Wisdom Foundation and Raising Canes Restaurant
Louisville Municipal School District and Winston County Journal, East Central Community College, Boys & Girls Club, Mississippi Scholars, City Officials, Winston County Librarian
McComb School District and the City of McComb, Black History Gallery, Young People’s Project of McComb, McComb Youth Council NAACP, McComb Public Library
Pontotoc Middle School and Three Rivers Planning and Development District
Claiborne County School District and Entergy