As Liberty County students return to school this fall, they'll find healthy new choices in their cafeterias.
The Liberty County School System waves goodbye to pesky paper cuts with the launch of new digital course materials in both high schools this fall - at least for three classes.
When the construction dust settles at Bradwell Institute this fall, it will be the first break from construction in years and the last students may see for a while.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy plans to grow its reputation as a school that offers an innovative learning experience with the addition of several new and innovative programs for the upcoming school year.
"New" may be a buzzword this year as the Liberty County School System completes construction and embraces new technology, but the biggest change is in curriculum.
Parents can register a new student for school at the school site in their attendance zone. Registration is open from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Monday through Thursday.
Classes at Liberty County schools, as well as Fort Stewart's and First Presbyterian Christian Academy, will resume Aug. 6 and the last day of the 2012-13 school year will be May 24.
Welcome back! School will begin in just a week, and the Liberty County School System is here to meet your educational needs from prekindergarten to high school in a safe, secure environment. For information, registration, dress code and the code of conduct, call 876-3993.
The Liberty County School System dress code has some minor tweaks this year.
When Liberty County students return to campus this fall, they will find a cellphone policy that gives them more leeway to have the devices, and the punishment for breaking the rule has turned from suspension to confiscation.
Students who prefer hands-on work rather than burying their heads in books will have a new diversion when school is back in session this year.
Here are the schools that make up the Liberty County School Distrtict:
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