Joseph Martin Elementary School first grader Uyen-Vy Hoang won the countywide grade-level Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition with her story "The Very Hungry Lion."
Two members of the Liberty County Pre-K Center faculty, Diane L. Sanker, curriculum coordinator/instructional technology specialist, and Dr. Betty Cashon, special education teacher, were among the 100-plus workshop presenters at the recent Bright Beginnings/Promising Futures 2007 Georgia Early Learning Conference in Atlanta.
Woodruff Theater recently had a full house for the Fort Stewart Department of Emergency Services Drug Abuse Resistance Education graduation ceremony.
Freshmen heading to one of Georgia's public colleges or universities in the fall could pay more than $300 more per semester than some current students due to new tuition rates recently approved by the Board of Regents.
Fourth grader Jason Raynes explains a photo-biography slideshow to Hinesville Mayor Tom Ratcliffe. The exchange took place as local leaders in education, business and politics glimpsed the future of education on Tuesday during Joseph Martin Elementary School's "A New Day - A New Way" presentation. Guests were treated to a tour around the school to see how teachers use technology to create interactive learning environments and how students benefit from becoming more tech savvy. Raynes ...
The arts brought Liberty County High School and Bradwell Institute together to celebrate the second annual Artsfest at Liberty County High on April 26.
Stacey Benaske of Ludowici will represent Savannah Technical College in the state GOAL competition.
About 92 fifth graders at Taylors Creek Elementary participated in the second annual Wax Museum Night on Tuesday.
High school graduations are just over two weeks off. Both high schools will be on Olvey Field on May 26; Liberty County High School's at 8:30 a.m. and Bradwell Institute's at 8 p.m.
Midway Middle School will host the following Panther activities for the end of school: • New Student Parent Orientation at 6 p.m. on May 15 in the Panther Cafeteria • Academic Awards Night will be presented at 6 p.m. on May 17 • The eighth grade farewell dance will be at 1:30 p.m. in the gym on May 24. For more information, call the school at 884-6677.
Teams of students at Lewis Frasier Middle School have been playing the stock market this year, one even taking their skills to state competition.
While worries mount concerning the misdirection of youth in the area, Christ the Rock initiated Youth Week to lead youth toward a more positive path.
The Georgia Southern University chapter of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society recently inducted 242 new members. Members must earn a GPA of 3.5 or greater during their freshmen year.
The Coastal Courier will publish a graduation section laster this month. Any seniors who did not have a photo in their school's yearbook or who wants to submit a different photo, must do so by May 11. Drop photos (make sure your name and phone number is included) to the Courier office at 125 S. Main Street in Hinesville or email photos and information to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Liberty County High School Band performed a spring pops concert Thursday evening at the Hinesville United Methodist Church. Music by Leiber and Stoller, composer Joseph Curiale, E.E. Bagley and more filled the church and had some folks tapping their feet and dancing in the pews. The band will perform again May 14 with a flute choir and jazz emsemble at the band room at LCHS.
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.