Richmond Hill High School students held their annual "Mock Wreck," an event where students replicate the horror of a teen driving accident, on Thursday at the school. The wreck was organized by the school's SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) chapter, with assistance from the local police, fire and EMS departments.
Bradwell Institute Agriculture Science students are in the middle of their annual spring plant sale. Each spring, student's sell plants they have grown throughout the semester.
World War II veterans and one Korean War veteran scheduled for the next Honor Flight Savannah trip will leave for Washington, D.C., at 8 p.m. Friday, April 16, by Amtrak train in Savannah. The group of 14 veterans will return by train to Savannah at 6:45 a.m. Sunday, April 18.
Liberty County High School's FCCLA club, with the help of all fourth-block classes at the school, raised $1,200 for The Children's Miracle Network. The FCCLA members chose to raise the money for CMN when it was brought to their attention that an FCCLA member from another school was battling leukemia. The child's mother used to work at LCHS several years ago as an art teacher. FCCLA thanked all fourth-block teachers and LCHS students for making donations.
Students and faculty at Jordye Bacon Elementary School recently had a campus cleanup.
About a dozen attentive youngsters learned how to keep their noggins intact at the Hinesville branch of the Live Oak Public Libraries on Tuesday.
Liberty County High School student Traci Horton attended a recent meeting of local educators in the business-computer science and career, technical and agricultural fields to share her experiences as a receptionist for the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce.
SAVANNAH - The Savannah Technical College Community Council will host its fourth annual Tribute to Community STARs (Savannah Tech's Achievement Recognition) on Friday, honoring some 20 individuals nominated for their service and dedication at work or in the community. The luncheon is at noon Friday in the Eckburg auditorium on the Savannah Campus, 5717 White Bluff Road. The event is open to the public, and tickets cost $50 per person.
Taylors Creek Elementary recently had a Math Career Day. Twenty-five presenters, including businesses, agencies and parents, explained how they use skills learned in school - especially math - in their careers.
STATESBORO - Outstanding high school seniors recently attended Georgia Southern University's annual Southern Scholars Showcase at the Statesboro campus. Christopher Smythe, a Bradwell Institute student, was among the participants.
Students at Lyman Hall Elementary School learned firsthand Friday about several career opportunities available in Liberty County. Roughly 16 job types were represented at the outdoor career fair, said parent involvement facilitator Lavonia LeCounte.
Volunteers descended upon Liberty County schools Thursday in celebration of Read Across Liberty Day, co-sponsored by Rotary Club of Hinesville, Kiwanis Club of Liberty County, Target, Keep Liberty Beautiful and Prevent Child Abuse Liberty.
Liberty County students stepped up to the plate for a recent fundraiser for the victims of the Haiti earthquakes. Students at every school participated in different fundraising activities. Some schools collected coins, some classrooms had contests, some made a competition out of it, but everyone had a hand in raising $10,000.
Several members of the Liberty County Board of Education recently traveled to Washington, D.C. BoE Chairwoman Lily Baker, board member Charlie Frasier, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services Mary Alexander and Assistant Superintendent of Finance Jason Rogers attended the National Association of Federally Impacted Schools Association conference. The organization is a nonprofit, non-partisan corporation of school districts from around the United States. It was created primarily to educate Congress on the importance of Impact Aid.
Elizabeth B. Holland, originally from Hinesville, has been selected as Tennessee Law Scholar and Research Associates for the Class of 2018 with the University of ...
Two Liberty County 4-H members placed at the state 4-H Congress in Atlanta this summer.
Starting with the 2015-16 school year, Georgia will offer an international-skills diploma seal to graduates who demonstrate a strong interest in international business and policy.
Liberty County High School alumnus Donnie Pulliam spent the summer interning with the Heritage Foundation in Washington.
The Long County Board of Education recognized its retiring employees and teachers of the year.
Liberty County High School teacher Cindy Waldrop and her husband, Lew, display a sign marking Mrs. Waldrop's final first day of school. She will ...
Representatives from the Liberty County Manufacturing Collaboration recently completed interviews for the manufacturing apprenticeship available to recent high-school graduates who completed Savannah Technical College's ...
First Presbyterian Christian Academy of Hinesville recently garnered a high ranking among the 3,880 private high schools in the United States.
Armstrong State University will offer a fully online Bachelor of Arts in French, as well as a French minor, starting in the fall 2015 semester ...
The Georgia Department of Education is seeking public feedback as it conducts a review of the science and social-studies K-12 standards.
Students at Inspirations Performance Studio in Hinesville learned about the principles of public relations and communications from the city of Hinesville's Public Relations Office ...
Two 4-H students learned about leadership and the importance of conquering their fears at a 4-H Cooperative Conference.
Area students who recently were honored by the colleges they attend include:
There were cheers at the Board of Education meeting earlier this evening as it was announced that Lewis Frasier Middle School was no longer on ...
Savannah Technical College has selected Lonnie F. Griffin III as its dean for Liberty Campus. In this role, Griffin is responsible for administration and operation ...
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