Beginning next month, there will be a new adult-education center in Ludowici.
Five Liberty County High School students were recognized for perfect attendance during the recently completed school year. The students' commitment and dedication were rewarded Friday, May 23. Each student was recognized and received a "We Are Liberty" camp chair.
VALDOSTA - Chantel Boone and Ashley Wilkes of Hinesville, Ash-Lee Brown and Shamiya Neely of Midway, and Gerri Brown of Riceboro recently graduated from Valdosta State University. They were among more than 1,200 students who earned their associate's, bachelor's or master's degrees.
Students who were listed on Liberty County High School's most recent honor roll were:
The Tiger Band Boosters Club of Bradwell Institute picked up a $6,620 check June 12 at Hinesville Ford, giving the band the last bit of money needed to purchase new uniforms to the tune of about $40,000.
The following students were named to the final nine-weeks honor roll at Button Gwinnett Elementary School:
American Legion Post 168 Ladies Auxiliary recently honored students from high schools in Liberty and Long counties and helped pay to continue their education.
Liberty County students can expect another big change in the upcoming school year.
Carley Brewer graduated May 10 from Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pa. The 2010 graduate of Bald Eagle Area High School earned a Bachelor of Arts degrees in psychology and criminal justice.
Students listed on the last nine weeks honor roll at Taylors Creek Elementary were:
The Liberty College and Career Academy prides itself on providing students with technical-trade skills and career pathways. With the inclusion of the Georgia Department of Labor's Business Ethics Student Training program in LCCA's curriculum, students now have one more advantage as they prepare for the workforce.
Khaleed Barrett, a Liberty County High School graduate, received the Mattie M. Hicks Scholarship Fund.
Here are the students who made the honor roll at Bradwell Institute during the last nine months of the school year:
Here are the students who made the honor roll at Liberty Elementary School during the last nine months of the school year:
SAVANNAH - To demonstrate its commitment to the military community, Armstrong State University will waive all mandatory student fees for active-duty military starting in the fall semester.
Pamela Pettis of Chesapeake, Va., recently earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Thomas Edison State College of Trenton, N.J. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Pettis of Hinesville and a 1997 graduate of Bradwell Institute. Pamela is a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy as an engineering limited-duty officer and an officer in charge SWOS at the engineering learning site in Norfolk, Virginia.
For many students, summer means swimming pools, suntans and shopping malls. But for 35 Riceboro teenagers, the summer break is an opportunity to gain real-world work experience while exploring career options.
The Liberty County School System recently announced that it has been chosen by the Georgia Department of Education and the executive office of the president of the United States to host a visit from David Mineta, director of demand reduction for the Office of National Drug Control Policy, on Aug. 27.
Project Reach God's Anointed Now Generation Inc. hosted the 16th annual Back to School Rally on Saturday at Riceboro's community center gym.
Liberty County School System administrators gathered Wednesday and Thursday at the Performing Arts Center for a Summer Leadership Institute.
The Georgia Tech University STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) Camp will be held from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 14-18, for first- through fifth-grade students at Liberty Elementary School.
The Liberty County Board of Education on Tuesday discussed ways to bolster Liberty County High School's fire protection.