Classes offered at the Armstrong Center for Professional and Continuing Education include: Beginning Accounting/ Bookkeeping I Learn the basic principles and concept of bookkeeping for business. The course is in small segments to accommodate today's workforce. Begins Sept. 25. Cost, $60 Calligraphy The course aims to develop a fluency in writing the bookhand and italic styles. It also cover the basics of page layout and how to design ornaments using the calligraphic pen. Begins ...
Liberty County Deputy School Superintendent Dr. Cheryl Conley (left) helps Hinesville Police Department crossing guard Gloria Lairamore direct traffic at the board of education office Thursday.
Attorneys Bob Pirkle and John Pirkle present the Eugenia W. Pirkle Scholarship to Selina Snider, a rising sophomore at Wesleyan College in Macon. The scholarship is named in memory of the Pirkles' mother, who worked as a teacher, as an employee of the Georgia Department of Family Services and with adoption placement.
The Liberty County Dr. Martin Luther King Observance Committee recently awarded scholarships to five local high school students.
Three high school students recently received $500 scholarships from the Liberty County Emancipation Proclamation Committee.
The Liberty County YMCA will host YMCA After Glow: Interdenominational Youth Outreach on the third Sundays of each month from 7-9 p.m. No membership is required. Activities will include swimming, arts and crafts, teen talk, board games and more. For more information, call 368-9622.
Special to the Courier With the start of school, students are again rushing to be on time, parents are getting them on their way, and drivers are going about their business. "This is a critical time of the year," Ray Palermo, director of public information for Teachers' Insurance Plan, said. "Drivers need to re-acclimate themselves to having children on and near the road, particularly at rush hours. And, both children and parents need to get ...
GED tests will be given in Jesup at the Scott Polytechnical Center, Room 434, from 5-9 p.m. Sept. 10-11.
Registration is under way for the 2007-2008 Liberty County Recreation Department's after-school program.
The Georgia Southern University chapter of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society recently inducted 242 new members. To become a member of Phi Eta Sigma, a student must earn a GPA of 3.5 or greater during their freshmen year at the University.
The Ludowici High School classes of 1972 and 1973 are planning their combined class reunion for Aug. 25 at Cooper's Point, Eulonia. For more information, call Betty or Revis Baxter at (912) 545-2470, Dale Horne at (912) 545-9602, Danny Mummey at (912) 368-2029, Marie Middleton at (912) 545-9750, Belinda McLendon at (912) 877-2986 or Bobbie Kate Craddock at (912) 842-2292.
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church had so many calls from parents needing help buying school uniforms the Rev. Micky Jackson announced the church would assist. The pastor's wife, Shyre Jackson, along with several other people, including teachers, went to ProFeet to make the purchases and then sort the clothes. Below, children model uniforms at a back-to-school Rally at the church.
The beginning of classes in Liberty County public schools is going smoothly, even with a new uniform policy as well as the usual back-to-school transition.
The faculty and staff of Glennville Christian Academy are in training for the 2007-08 school year.
The Long County 4-H Club hosted its 2007 awards reception Thursday at the Long County High School cafeteria.
Controversial topics were back on the table Tuesday as the Liberty County Board of Education discussed proposed revisions to its code of conduct for the coming school year.
Staff and students of Lyman Hall Elementary School recently rallied to help one of their own - and 23 others - afford a night's stay at the Ronald McDonald House in Charleston.
SAVANNAH - Richard Watkins, son of Jan Williams and Pat Watkins of Midway, graduated from Armstrong Atlantic State University on May 4.
It's been nearly a decade since Liberty County 4-H had a high-school senior win a statewide 4-H Achievement Scholarship. However, Liberty County High School student Donnie Pulliam changed that this year.
Liberty College and Career Academy students recently spent a day at the Armstrong Atlantic State University Savannah campus.
The Liberty County School System was Georgia's sole presenter during the National School Boards Association conference in San Diego.
The Courier on Wednesday printed incorrect CCRPI scores for Long County's schools, an error that originated from variations in Georgia Department of Education data online.
With the end of their middle-school days fast-approaching, eighth-graders from Lewis Frasier Middle School recently visited Bradwell Institute for an orientation and campus tour.
They have spent Thursday mornings during the past year counting, packing and sorting thousands of meals for the Liberty County Backpack Buddies program, and 12 students from Liberty County High School's life-skills class were recognized for their efforts this week.
The Liberty County School System could use some improvement in its middle-grades performance, according to Georgia's College and Career Ready Performance Index grades released Tuesday.
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