In a show of solidarity, Liberty County High School's 244 graduating seniors simultaneously turned their tassels from the right side to the left Saturday before receiving the signal to toss their caps high into the air.
Even rain, thunder and lightning couldn't keep the Bradwell Institute class of 2011 from enjoying their hard-earned graduation ceremony Friday evening at Olvey Field.
Seventeen marijuana plants were found growing in Bradwell Institute's greenhouse a few weeks ago, but nobody seems to know for sure how the illegal plants got there or why.
The cafeterias at Button Gwinnett, Frank Long, Jordye Bacon, Joseph Martin, Lewis Frasier, Liberty Elementary, Lyman Hall, Midway Middle School, Snelson-Golden, Taylors Creek and Waldo Pafford will serve free summer meals to neighborhood children June 6-9 and 13-16.
During Tuesday's extended Liberty County Board of Education work session, it was decided that four administrators will make position switches, effective July 1, to better meet the needs of students and staff at two Liberty County elementary schools.
SAVANNAH - Donald Lovette of Hinesville, a member of the Savannah Technical College local board of directors who recently earned board member certification from the Technical College System of Georgia, received his certificate at the May 17 board meeting in Savannah. College President Kathy Love presented the certificate to Lovette at the end of the meeting.
Joseph Martin Elementary students enjoyed a musical lunch May 18.
MOUNT VERNON - Five Liberty County students qualified for the dean's list at Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon for the spring 2011 semester, according to Provost Dr. Ron Melton.
Joseph Martin Elementary School kindergarten teacher Samantha Crawford recently received a new reading rocking chair. Students and parents presented the chair to Crawford during staff appreciation week. Lowe's and Stacy's Florist helped to make the gift possible.
During a work session Tuesday morning, board of education members reviewed and analyzed the newly revised Student Information and Code of Conduct for the Liberty County School System.
Liberty County Board of Education members and Walthourville city officials met last Thursday to build "good will" and discuss the progress of the new Liberty College and Career Academy that is under way in the municipality.
SAVANNAH - Christian Manuel, 20, of Riceboro is the first student to earn his GED at the Savannah Technical College Adult Education Center in Riceboro.
Liberty County students in grades 5-12 now can register for 4-H summer camps. Call 876-2133.
Students from Faith Baptist Christian School competed in the 34th annual American Association of Christian Schools national competition April 12-14 at Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C.
GRACEVILLE, Fla. - Joe Yarbrough earned a bachelor's of arts in Christian education from The Baptist College of Florida here.
Liberty County Pre-K Center registration will be held Saturday, April 29, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Pre-K Center, 206 Bradwell St.
The Liberty County Board of Education decided to wait before adopting a projected budget of $101.9 million for fiscal 2018 in light of recent ...
The Long County Board of Education has set high school graduation for May 26.
Midway Middle School recently announced its third nine-weeks honor roll:
STATESBORO - In a vote last week, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved the mission statement for the new Georgia Southern ...
Joseph Martin Elementary School
Snelson Golden Middle School
Button Gwinnett Elementary School
In a vote Wednesday, the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved the mission statement for the new Georgia Southern University.
Lewis Frasier Middle School
Liberty Elementary School
The Liberty County Board of Education is soliciting opinions on the qualities and characteristics individuals would like to see in the next superintendent of schools.
Frank Long Elementary School
Waldo Pafford Elementary School
The Liberty County Board of Education is taking steps toward finding a new superintendent using a familiar search firm.