VOLUNTEER VISION

Jennifer Prosser
Administrative Assistant

“My goal is to help at least one person every day,” Prosser said. “My location at the school makes me easily available to teachers and students.”  Many Starkville Academy patrons recognize Prosser as the familiar, friendly face in the high school office, where she works as an administrative assistant, but she has served the school in a variety of roles over the years. In 1988 Prosser and her family moved from a small town in the Mississippi Delta to Starkville, and Starkville Academy quickly became home. “My sons were in the third grade and Kindergarten,” she said. “Starkville Academy was the best fit for making the transition to Starkville.” Prosser has served as a room mother, SAPA President, and as a member and officer of the Starkville Academy School Board. Both her sons, Andy and Will, graduated from Starkville Academy. Choosing Starkville Academy for her family is a decision she’s proud she made.  “Starkville Academy has excellent teachers, a safe environment, a family atmosphere, and many great, competitive programs and extracurricular activities,” she said. That same great environment is why she enjoys working at Starkville Academy, as well. “My job at Starkville Academy has put me in touch with exceptional co-workers, and I have had many positive experiences,” Prosser said. “The family atmosphere and support has been very important to me and my family.”

 

More Fun Facts about Jennifer Prosser

  • Prosser’s Favorite Motto to Live By: “Work while you can, save what you can, share what you can, and rely on God to meet your needs.”
  • Prosser’s Education: “I have a BS degree in Accounting from Mississippi College.”
  • How Prosser Has Grown Professionally: “I have found that becoming a good listener is one of the best ways to grow personally and to help others along the way.”

 

News, Notes, and Highlights

  • Congrats to our Cross Country athletes on their accomplishments at the MAIS Meet.
    • A.J. Willard was 3rd overall at the MAIS State Meet and named All-MAIS
    • The Boys’ Cross Country team was 5th overall in the state.
    • Dylan Miller was 19th in the state.
    • Anna Claire Heflin was 25th in the state in the girls’ division.
  • Congrats to our IT Team for placing 1st in App Development and 2nd in the Quiz Bowl at MSU’s Digital Dawg Byte Competition.
  • We host Central Hinds Academy this Friday at J.E. Logan Field as playoffs continue. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Reminder that only the gray MAIS passes are valid for playoff games.  Admission for adults and students is $8.