The Liberty County Board of Education has stopped sifting through applications and moved to the next phase in its search for a superintendent.
GED tests will be offered in Liberty and Wayne counties during March. Liberty GED test registration for March 2008 will be from noon-2 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5, in the Army Education Center, Building 100, Room 228. The test will be given at the Liberty Campus/Savannah Technical College on Airport Road March 19-20. Wayne The GED test will be given at Altamaha Technical College's Jesup campus on Monday and Tuesday, March 10-11 ...
Glennville Christian Academy will host its first Alumni Day on Saturday. Activities get underway at 9 a.m. Four basketball games will highlight the morning. The first will feature the faculty and parents of present students against a co-ed team assembled from this year's championship squads. The second game will pit the 2008 GCA state champion Lady Minutemen against a determined group of former GCA players. A pee-wee game for students ages 4 to 12 will ...
Chef Fritz Schultz of the Hansen Group gave cooking tips to the staff of the Liberty County School Nutrition Program Feb. 19-20.
Liberty Elementary School had its annual Families in School Day on Feb. 8. Activities for students and their adult guests were developed on each grade level. Students and family members circulated to each teacher within their grade levels for the different activities and participated in a Quiz Bowl for the CRCT. Parents and other family members were invited to share in all of their child's activities for the day, including lunch. Faculty members reported a ...
Several teachers at Joseph Martin Elementary School participated in the school's recent African Heritage Dress Day.
Taylors Creek Elementary students now know they'll need to understand math if they want to grasp the building techniques used to construct the ancient pyramids in Egypt.
Applications are available for seven $1,000 Henry "Hank" White Memorial Scholarships.
After 10 Midway Middle School students were named Students of the Month for February, they received another pat on the back Feb. 20 from NeSmith Chevrolet.
Here are the Live Oak Public Libraries Programs at the Liberty Branch and Midway-Riceboro Branch libraries during March:
ATLANTA - Georgia Municipal Association is again asking Georgia's 6th graders what they would do if they were mayors.
The Long County 4-H Club sent 17 youth to the state 4-H Camp at Rock Eagle for the District Project Achievement Project competition Feb. 1-3.
After successfully pushing through a measure to give vouchers to parents of special needs students last year, Georgia Sen. Eric Johnson (R-Savannah) is continuing his campaign to make vouchers a permanent fixture in the state's education system.
Bradwell Institute FBLA members flew to Birmingham, Ala., for the National FBLA Fall Leadership Conference in November.
Bradwell Institute Future Business Leaders of America attended the Georgia Fall Leadership Conference in Athens.
"I want to be just like you," a boy told Hinesville firefighter Alex Mason at Frank Long Elementary School on Wednesday.
Lyman Hall Elementary students and their families enjoyed hot dogs and books Oct. 1 at the school's third annual Book Fair Picnic.
Kathryn Nelson's class at the Liberty County Pre-K Center helped with an art project to prepare for Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal's upcoming visit to Liberty County. Deal will address an audience from 10:45 a.m.-noon Wednesday, Oct. 23 at Bradwell Institute's Olvey Field. The event is free and open to the public. For information, call the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce at 368-4445.
Liberty County's 14 public schools are celebrating the benefits of eating healthy lunches through Friday. National School Lunch Week officially began Monday. The Liberty County School System was closed Monday for Columbus Day and closed Tuesday for a teachers' furlough day.
Liberty College and Career Academy CEO Tom Alexander on Friday updated Liberty County School System administrators and board members on LCCA program developments as culinary-arts students served a restaurant-style brunch they had prepared.
The Coastal Electric Cooperative Bright Ideas prize team - with balloons, gifts, signs and giant checks in hand - filed into the classrooms of seven surprised Liberty County School System educators Thursday.
Georgia School Superintendent Dr. John Barge visited Long County on Wednesday. While in Ludowici, he stopped by the new Long County High School and took a tour of the facility, courtesy of Principal Scotty Hattaway and Long County School System Superintendent Dr. Robert Waters.
Georgia School Superintendent Dr. John Barge visited Midway Middle School on Wednesday as part of his two-day, statewide tour the Georgia Department of Education is calling "Georgia's Future, Now." The tour is meant to promote schools across the state.
A motion to place half the cost of sports officials back on high-school athletic directors' shoulders failed Tuesday when Liberty County school-board members deadlocked in a 3-3 vote.
Midway Middle School celebrated Custodial Appreciation Day on Oct. 2. The custodians were honored during a ceremony in which Principal Debra Frazier and Assistant Principal Tom Willoughby praised their efforts in maintaining a clean, safe environment for MMS students. The custodians received candy bouquets to express the school's gratitude for a job well done.
The Walker Elementary School student council recently held a book drive to collect elementary age-appropriate books for their media center. Students in fourth and fifth grades brought in more than 200 new or slightly used books, which will be available at the school. Members of the student council show some of the books that were acquired.
The new Long County Middle School had its first homecoming celebration Sept. 27 at Veterans Field. This year's homecoming queen was eighth-grader Brianna Lord. Her court included sixth-grade princess Chante' Thomas, the seventh-grade princess Sophie Cooper and eighth-grade runner-up princess Julia Scheck.
These days 4-H is more than youth judging poultry, it teaches children and teens life lessons, such as developing public speaking and decision making skills and giving back through community service.
Snelson-Golden Middle School recently held Family Day Dinner Night, drawing more than 130 participants. A spaghetti dinner was featured. Activities enjoyed included Hula Hoop, basketball, Wii Dance and jump rope. Activities were in line with the Liberty County wellness incentive in keeping active.
State Rep. Al Williams, D-Midway read "Don't Be a Bully, Billy" on Tuesday to a Pre-K class at Hinesville Childcare Learning Center Inc. in celebration of Pre-K Week.