Delta Schools Getting Money for Meeting Accountability Goals

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THE DELTA (Ben Caxton) — Some Mississippi Delta schools are getting a reward for meeting their goals. Last year the state legislature approved cash incentive payments to encourage districts to improve their state letter grade rating. The result is that three area schools are in line for receiving a share of $200,000. Davis Middle School and Greenwood High School should both see a bonus of about $50,000. Thread-Gill School is in line to receive a little over $70,000. The money is disbursed directly to each school to use at it sees fit. It is not administered by the local school district.



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