Thirteen Long County students recently competed in the Southeast District Project Achievement Competition in Bacon County.
ATLANTA -- A student from Midway earned a scholarship and slot at The Art of Institute of Atlanta in the school's recent Fashion Your Future Scholarship Competition.
The Liberty County Historical Society is accepting applications for the annual Avis Wisner Memorial Scholarship.
STATESBORO -- A Hinesville student was among more than 140 Georgia Southern University students recognized at the annual Honors Day ceremony recently.
The Bradwell Institute FFA Floriculture Team recently competed in the Area VI Floriculture Career Development Event at Berrien County High School in Nashville, Ga.
Ann Ware, associate deputy of instructional technology with the Georgia Department of Education, visited Liberty County school on March 24.
The Long County Board of Education saw the final plans for a new school on April 3.
Second graders from Smiley Elementary School in Ludowici visited the Georgia Southern University Planetarium on March 28.
Do you have suggestions that may help Georgia schools and students? If so, you may want to take advantage of an opportunity to speak to the State Board of Education member Linda Zechmann.
LUDOWICI -- As students are preparing for the upcoming CRCT, Smiley Elementary School Principal SandyJones hosted a breakfast for 50 students.
Liberty County teen Charles Fields Jr. has been selected as a delegate for Coastal Electric Cooperative's annual Washington Youth Tour, an all-expenses paid leadership trip.
From early morning devotion to computer training and foreign language, each day offers new experiences for students.
LUDOWICI - Vivian Griffis was recently named Teacher of the Year by parents and fellow teachers at Smiley Elementary School.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Hinesville Alumnae Chapter has applications for the Annie B. Givens Scholarships available.
First grade: Savannah Dickey
Air Evac Lifeteam members recently spoke to Liberty County Pre-K students as part of the pre-K center's community-helpers study.
Editor's note: This is part two of a three-part series on the Green Zone, a program offered by Armstrong State University that helps educators understand the challenges faced by military-affiliated students transitioning to life in the classroom and beyond.