The Long County Board of Education honored recent retiree Jeannette Johnson with a plaque when she wrapped up her career at Smiley Elementary School after working 22 years in the school system. Long County BoE members Dempsey Golden, Emma Strickland, Billy Hall, Linda DeLoach and Florence Baggs and Smiley Elementary School Principal David Edwards attended the ceremony.
The Armstrong Atlantic State University Educational Technology Training Center will offer three creative computer summer camps for children grades 4th through 8th. All camp instructors are certified teachers. The camps will be held from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday-Friday, in University Hall 125 on the Armstrong campus, 11935 Abercorn Street.
Pre-K Center teachers have been conducting kindergarten camp at various grade schools. The free, two-week camp prepares former pre-K students for the upcoming school year by introducing them to new friends, social situations, technology and books at their future schools.
Crystal C. Knowling of Liberty County was named to the South Georgia College dean's list for the 2011 spring semester, according to Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Carl B. McDonald. To be eligible for the list, students must achieve a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, carry at least 12 academic hours and satisfy all learning-support requirements.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern University is kicking off construction of a new $37 million building that will upgrade its biology classrooms and labs.
Liberty County School System social workers organize an annual project each year to give back to the schools they service. This year, they decided to set up a school-uniform drive.
The top 17 First In Math students from Midway Middle School were rewarded May 23 with a limo ride to CiCi's Pizza. First In Math is an online program that allows students to complete math problems and advance to different levels, earning electronic stickers.
In honor of Earth Day on April 22, Taylors Creek Elementary celebrated the Earth and its animals during the month of April.
This week, one Bradwell Institute educator was selected to participate in a national honor in Washington, D.C., and is the only one from Liberty County chosen along with 175 other educators from across the nation.
April Lovette Whitaker, the daughter of Walthourville City Councilwoman Luciria Luckey Lovette and Liberty County Commissioner Donald Lovette, recently was inducted into the Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society, Alpha Theta Psi Chapter, at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tenn.
Shedding tears of joy and happiness, 18 seniors graduated from Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici on Friday.
Coastal Georgia Area CAA and the Liberty County Head Start/Pre-K Center in Riceboro helped Head Start and pre-K students end the school year on a high note by hosting the annual family and community field day May 20.
Bobby Cagle, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, paid a visit last week to the Liberty County Pre-K Center.
Joseph Martin Elementary students gathered for a photo last week and formed a giant number 85, which symbolizes the school-wide percentage goal they surpassed on their Accelerated Reader tests during one of the grading periods of the 2010-11 school year.
Five faculty members from Taylors Creek Elementary recently started a running club for girls in grades three through five. They used a 10-week running program to train for the "Couch to 5K" race.
Bradwell Future Business Leaders of America's parliamentary procedures team members placed second in a state competition, qualifying members to advance to national competition.
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The Armstrong Liberty Center will host a free lecture by Fairyal Halim and Amin Tomeh, who will provide an overview of American-Muslim culture and beliefs ...
It was a small world after all at Liberty County High School's Small World Festival.
Snelson-Golden Middle School's Roland Van Horn will remain as principal next school year.