Liberty County High School's Celebrating Student Success dynamic team recently launched a new Senior of the Week endeavor that shines light on seniors who aren't necessarily in the spotlight.
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement representatives this week conducted an audit that questions the honesty of some Liberty County School System class performances on the CRCT.
Hinesville sixth-graders are invited to participate in the Georgia Municipal Association's "If I Were Mayor, I Would …" essay contest.
Twelve students from Long County recently competed in 4-H competitions in Eatonton. The students competed in the annual district project-achievement competition that was held at Rock Eagle Camp on Feb. 8-10. The 10 Walker Middle School students were Brittany DeLoach, Aaron Thacker, Jaidha Buhoveckey, Brittany Aughtman, Mary Cooper, Mohammed Al-Hamad, Breana Harmon, Taylor Burnside, Justin Bustle and Delton Ray. The two Long County High School students were Hawkeye Lynn and Kayla Jenkins. The competitors ...
In support of the American Heart Association's "Go Red for Women" fight against heart disease, the faculty, staff, and student body of Liberty Elementary School participated in National Wear Red Day on Feb. 7. Principal Chris Anderson encouraged the entire faculty and staff to wear red and spread the news about heart disease. The school's nurse, Katie Johnson RN, BSN, shared information with the faculty and staff about the disease.
Seven Liberty County junior and senior 4-H members competed at the Southeast District Project Achievement competition Feb. 8-10 in Eatonton.
The Liberty County Board of Education is seeking community feedback on whether to change its school times for the coming school year.
Liberty and Long county schools will resume classes tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 27. All students and staffers should report to school at the regular time, according to Superintendents Dr. Judy Scherer and Dr. Robert Waters.
The Liberty and Long county school systems will be closed to students on Tuesday due to weather conditions.
The Long County Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday held its annual Student Teacher Achievement Recognition ceremony at Coastal Manor Long Term Care Facility in Ludowici. Chamber member Elise Stafford welcomed the crowd of about 50, and Janet Watford presented the two awards. This year's STAR student is Dalton Long, and the STAR teacher is Christi Crews.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy recently raised a record $2,809.40 during its annual Math-A-Thon fundraiser.
GREAT BEND, Kan. - Shawanda Elliott of Hinesville graduated with an associate degree during the fall 2012 semester at Barton Community College.
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Though they keep securing literary victories, the competition is steepening for Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl teams from Lyman Hall Elementary, Midway Middle School, Bradwell Institute and Liberty County High School.
Using a limited amount of printer paper and tape, students in Bradwell Institute physics teacher Thomas Thornton's class on Tuesday tested whether they could buffer a raw egg from falls at four heights.
Associates at Liberty College and Career Academy recently participated in mock job interviews during Professionals and Youth Day.