According to Long County School Superintendent Dr. Robert Waters, early projections from the state indicate the system will lose around $1.2 million for the 2009-10 fiscal year.
LUDOWICI - Jenny Futch was recently named teacher of the year at Smiley Elementary.
Registration for 2009-10 kindergarten in Long County will be between May 11-14 and May 18-21 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Smiley Elementary School.
Liberty County students and parents attended ArtsFest 2009 Tuesday night at Liberty County High School. The school showcased local student talents in a variety of media. The LCHS Jazz Ensemble kicked off the evening and was followed by other performances including LCHS Flute Choir, chorus, drama presentation, poetry readings and a cosmetology presentation. Family members and visitors also gathered in the media center to browse the visual arts display, which showcased more than 100 pieces of art. Calls to get the names of student winners had not been returned by the Courier's deadline.
LUDOWICI - Last week, students at Walker Middle and Smiley Elementary schools got a treat as the motivational group Power Unlimited talked to them and demonstrated feats of strength.
Live Oak Public Libraries programs at the Liberty Branch and Midway-Riceboro Branch libraries have been set for May:•
SAVANNAH - Armstrong Atlantic State University will hold its commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 9, in the Martin Luther King Jr. Arena in the Savannah Civic Center, 301 W. Oglethorpe Ave.
Six members of the FPCA Literary team qualified to travel to Valdosta to compete at the GISA Class A state meet last month.
SAVANNAH - Armstrong Atlantic State University generates more than $205.5 million for the area economy, according to a study conducted for the University System of Georgia by the Selig Center for Economic Growth in the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business.
SAVANNAH - P.A. "Takis" Argentinis (Tak), chairman of Elan Technology in Midway, will be the commencement speaker at Savannah Technical College's spring graduation May 5.
Bradwell Institute's Project Success Program took 11 students to Button Gwinnett Elementary School one day last winter.
SAVANNAH - Savannah Technical College enrollment grew 10 percent over last year's winter quarter enrollment numbers, marking the third straight quarter of double-digit enrollment growth.
Six construction management firms are in the running to oversee the Liberty County Board of Education's new middle school. Interviews are scheduled to begin Monday afternoon.
A new study shows millennials are more likely to experience workplace depression than their older counterparts — a fact that may shed light on developing workplace dynamics.
The concept of in-state tuition may be going extinct, which could mean upward mobility is in major trouble.
Look across the Internet today and you’ll find a mass amount of summer reading lists. Vox, The New York Times and The Washington Post have all published lists aimed to help adults find their next summer reading book.
For an ever-growing number of students across the country, every weekend is a three-day weekend — some educators say it’s even helping students learn more.
Classes might have just ended Friday at Lewis Frasier Middle School, but the students left something to grow on for the next school year.
With the leaps and bounds being made in technology, a robotic future isn’t too far out of reach, especially given the amount of jobs ripe to be replaced by computers.
ALBANY - Three area students have made the dean's list for the spring 2015 semester at Darton State College.
Walker Elementary School in Ludowici had its annual CHAMPS graduation for participating fifth-grade classes.
The 2015 senior class at Bradwell Institute walked onto Olvey Field on Saturday evening for the last time as high-school students.
SAVANNAH - The Armstrong Liberty Center, which serves as the Hinesville location for Armstrong State University, will offer a new master's degree in Professional Communication and Leadership starting in the fall.
A state university in California has decided that anthropology can be substituted for U.S. history, raising the ire of at least one history professor, who thinks something vital is lost in the exchange.
As Head Start commemorates its 50th anniversary this week, the news coverage has been dominated by participants and alumni of the preschool program for low-income families praising its effectiveness and value.
The Delaware House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to support a testing opt out bill that is strongly opposed by the state's governor, Delaware Online reports.
The life of a schoolteacher isn’t easy. In fact, being a teacher might be the most stressful job in the world.
With the possible extinction of in-state tuition and rising costs of higher education, college affordability is becoming an even larger factor for students seeking degrees than ever before, especially for those who study out-of-state.