MACON, Miss. (WTVA) - The Noxubee County School District is looking forward to the coming years after year one of its state takeover.
"It's been a very productive school year and challenging school year,” Interim Superintendent Rodriguez Broadnax said. “State takeovers are not easy."
He has pushed for five core values in the district:
Broadnax has completed year one of his five-year term but could stay longer.
“I know the school is doing a whole lot better,” Parent James Brandon said. “They are working a whole lot more than last year. If they listen to them, they will be ok."
Broadnax said the real testing ground will be after the 2019-2020 school year.
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