Signs proclaim TPSD ranking

Lauren Wood | Daily Journal Austin Nevins, left, and Steve English, right, hold the Tupelo High School "A" rated school sign up as John Allmond of Allmond Printing screws it up at the entrance of the high school Thursday morning.

Lauren Wood | Daily Journal
Austin Nevins, left, and Steve English, right, hold the Tupelo High School “A” rated school sign up as John Allmond of Allmond Printing installs it at the entrance of the high school Thursday morning.

By Chris Kieffer
Daily Journal
TUPELO – School rankings will be officially released by the Mississippi Department of Education on Friday morning, but signs indicate the Tupelo Public School District will receive good news.
A sign installed in front of Tupelo High School on Thursday indicates that the school will be an “A-rated” school and that the school district maintained its “B” ranking. A sign at Lawndale Elementary also notes that it will be an “A-rated” school.
Signs are being installed in front of each of the district’s schools.
See Friday’s Daily Journal for a complete list of district and school rankings for Northeast Mississippi.

  • Lied-To

    Here is the best part of the article that wasn’t printed. “Tupelo Public Schools uses a company in Aberdeen to make them signs touting the Tupelo school district.” Too bad we don’t have any local sign making companies to create those signs. http://www.allmondprinting.com/

    • tupelojoe81

      that’s because they price gauge. Tupelo is higher than anywhere.