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Welcome to the Sunflower County Consolidated School District website!  We are proud that you are visiting the site and hope that you find all the information you are looking for concerning Sunflower County Consolidated School District. Whether you are a parent, student, prospective or current employee, or even perhaps an industry representative exploring the possibility of locating in our great city, we hope that you find our commitment to education to be one of endless possibilities.

Thank you for your commitment to public education. Together we can keep the Sunflower County Consolidated School District moving forward. Our mission is to unify our schools, communities, and parents to successfully educate all students to enable them to compete globally.         


 

District News


R.O.O.T.S. project exhibit at the B.B. King Museum
R.O.O.T.S of Sunflower County In partnership with the SCSCP and Story for All, a non-profit organization from Oakland, CA, 17 African American young... Read More


School Board Meeting: April 11th
DATE: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 TIME: 6:00 P.M. LOCATION:  Ruleville Elementary School   Read More


SCCSD February Teachers & Staff of the Month
      A.W.JAMES ELEMENTARY CARVER ELEMENTARY Teacher of the Month - Amanda King Teacher of the Month... Read More


Curiosity
Curiosity is the search for information for its own sake. Active open-mindedness means exploring a wide range of relevant information when trying to draw... Read More


Congratulations - Teachers of the Year
The Mississippi Teacher of the Year Program (MTOY) recognizes outstanding performance by public school teachers.  Each local school district may... Read More


Got Questions?
The SCCSD would like to hear from you.  If you have questions, comments or concerns, Let your voice be heard at questions@sunflower.k12.ms.us Read More


STOP Bullying
If you feel that you have been bullied, or your child feels unsafe, fill out this form, but we urge you ro speak directly with the principal or the Safety... Read More

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