ALBANY - Darton State College has announced that Ashley Riles, a graduate of Bradwell Institute, won the Dean Scholar Award for the 2013-14 academic year.
Speaker, educator and activist Jason Etheridge, also is known as Mr. E, recently spoke at Walker Middle School to help prepare the kids for the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test.
One of the Kiwanis Club's objectives is to encourage people around the world to read, and with thanks to 157 volunteers, 168 early childhood classes were treated to guest readers Thursday and Friday.
Liberty County High School hosted their annual art festival Thursday, showcasing the students' artistic talent.
Pre-K registration for the Liberty County School System will be from 8 a.m.-noon at 206 Bradwell St. Children must be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1, 2013. The following documents are required: original birth certificate; Social Security card; Georgia certificate of immunization (3231); Georgia certificate of ear, eye and dental (3330); proof of address; proof of residency (lease or property-tax statement); and photo ID of parent or guardian (guardianship documents if applicable). Children ...
The Liberty County Board of Education on Tuesday approved sexual-education resources in accordance with state guidelines.
Here are Liberty County's winners of an essay contest held in conjunction with Georgia Cities Week.
Bradwell Institute's guidance and counseling department has been named a national model for school counseling programs, a designation awarded by the American School Counselor Association's Recognized ASCA Model Program, or RAMP.
Many families often wonder what will happen to their children after high-school graduation, and the thoughts can be especially daunting for parents of students with disabilities.
COVINGTON - Members of the Liberty County High School FFA chapter attended the Georgia FFA Greenhand Jamboree and Success Conference, held March 8-9 at the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center.
When Bradwell Tigers convene for spring football practice in coming weeks, they'll have a new coach at the helm whose former team is a reigning region champion with recent state titles.
Internet safety, types of pianos, pork production and the solar system were demonstration topics presented by Liberty County 4-H members at the Cloverleaf District Project Achievement on March 23 in Alma.
Snelson-Golden Middle School recently was among the area's top can-tab donators to the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The Long County School System recently was recognized for exceeding state requirements for spending on classroom instruction.
Taylors Creek Elementary School students learned recently about the area's roots from people who have seen the area grow and change firsthand.
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.
Liberty Elementary School students and faculty clapped and moved to the beat of conga drums and maracas Friday during a lively program celebrating Spanish Heritage Month. The national observance is held Sept. 15-Oct. 15.
Culinary-arts associates at Liberty College & Career Academy recently witnessed a live cooling demonstration by chef Jean Vendeville, head of the Culinary Arts Institute at Savannah Technical College.
The Long County Board of Education recently recognized its 2012-13 Teachers of the Year. Honorees are Fletcher Johnson, Smiley Elementary School; Beth Vandervort, Walker Middle School; and Jeffrey Spratt, Long County High School. Spratt also was recognized as the school system's teacher of the year.
The Long County Commission recently recognized Kayla Jenkins for attaining the level of master 4-H'er. Jenkins, who is the granddaughter of Charlie and Linda Smith, will represent Long County at the National 4-H Congress on Nov. 29-Dec. 3 in Atlanta.
Students in Dr. Jana Shields' health, safety and nutrition class at Liberty County High recently were certified in CPR and first aid. Fifteen students participated in a daylong training session with firefighter Casey Hale. At the end of the session, each participant took and passed a skills test. The CPR/first aid certification is a required standard for the HSN class in the early childhood education pathway.
Liberty Elementary School celebrated Constitution Day on Sept. 17 with history lessons, songs and a program by the Liberty County High School JROTC flag corps.
The Liberty County Board of Education approved two board policies Tuesday morning, one regarding the state's new "testing-out" option for receiving course credit and another that adds three state-approved pathways for high-school students.
Liberty Elementary School had its second annual Science Discovery Night on Thursday evening. Event organizer Ashley Striplin said the event was open to Liberty Elementary students and other students in the community, including middle- and high-schoolers.
The Technology Association of Georgia, an association dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of Georgia's technology industry, recently announced that Georgia Southern University's molecular-biology initiative program, which partners with Bradwell Institute, is a finalist in the post-secondary outreach category for the 2013 Georgia STEM Education Awards.
Dareal Scott, son of Tabeter Moore, recently graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Scott earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering. He has accepted a position with Williams Companies Inc.
The Long County Board of Education voted, 3-2, last week to keep school bus routes as they are for now, even after parents lodged complaints about their children being picked up at odd times and being dropped off too late.
The Liberty County Board of Education unanimously approved the first reading of an amended promotion-and-retention policy for students.
Most of the students at Lyman Hall Elementary School were not born when terrorists attacked the United States 12 years ago on Sept. 11, 2001. But each year, they honor everyday heroes, including military members and first responders, during the school's annual Freedom Walk. Lyman Hall held this year's commemoration of 9/11 on Wednesday morning.