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June | July 2021 | South MS


Summer is about fun, but it can also be about keeping your child’s life of learning going strong. Taking a break between school years is important, but keeping your child reading and learning prevents the annual “summer slide” that happens to all kids each summer. Participating in summer reading programs — or visiting the outdoor classrooms of historical sites, parks, and museums — are all great ways of keeping the learning going all summer long.

Have a great one, and see you back here in the fall!

Kara Bachman

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M Scott Anderson

M. Scott Anderson grew up in Hattiesburg and now currently lives in Jackson. He went to college at USM and got a degree in Mass Communications with a minor in Creative Writing. He has always loved to be a storyteller. Friends from childhood would tell him of stories he would say he’s writing that included them in it. He enjoys comic books and superheroes and loves having friends over to play both table top games and video games.

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