KSD encourages parents, staff, and students to take 5 minutes to complete a survey for EACH child in your household. This survey will help your child's school make technology decisions. This is an anonymous survey regarding your technology use. Your answers are very important! They will help your child's school choose the right technology for their classrooms. Thank you for your time and ideas!
Kosciusko School District is excited to welcome back former Whippet TERESA TRUSSELL, as our KHS CAREER COACH! Mrs. Trussell is a graduate of KHS and worked as a teacher in Kosciusko School District for 27 years. She will be in the school as she works one-on-one with students to help them find their purpose, passion, and pathway.
Captain Mark Gilmore is the School Resource Officer for Kosciusko School District. He has been a police officer for 20 years, a D.A.R.E. officer for 18 years and the KSD's School Resource Officer for 15 years. Captain Gilmore is also a D.A.R.E. Instructor for the State of Mississippi and Alabama Training Center, as well as an Active Shooter Instructor.
“It’s a choice you make — greatness is a mindset,” said Dr. Zach Bost, the district’s superintendent. “It's what we're trying to develop in our people. Great is better than good; it's the best. And what we're saying is we feel like every kid, every teacher, every principal, every clerical staff member, every bus driver, every cafeteria worker, they have greatness in them. And whoever is in charge of that person, it is their job to get it out.”
The Kosciusko School District Board of Trustees met Wednesday, April 27, 2022, to determine the next steps in seeking a new superintendent. Click the article title to view letter from school board President, James Medders.