The Hall County School District recently announced that Katie Maynard of Johnson High School and Adolfo Castellanos of Cherokee Bluff Middle School have been named 2021 Davis Scholars. Both of these teachers have been awarded a $500 scholarship towards the pursuit of an advanced degree.
University of Alabama student Gabriella Thacker, of Hoschton, participated in UA's Cooperative Education Program for fall 2020. Thacker worked for Brasfield & Gorrie (GA).
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- Hall schools announce Davis Scholars
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- Balotin initiated into honor society
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- Jefferson man charged in Jan. 6 insurrection
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The Honors College at Georgia State University recognized 169 graduating seniors for academic excellence during the spring 2021 semester.
Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) staffing directors and principals are conducting virtual interviews to hire special education teachers in all areas for the 2021-22 school year. Candidates eligible for a virtual interview must be certified (or will be by July of 2021) in any field of Sp…
Grace Ahn, a graduating senior from Mill Creek High School, joins a prestigious group as they have been named Cooke Scholars through the 2021 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program. Ahn is among a select group of 61 graduating high school seniors, representing 26 states, sele…
Several student in the Hall County School District were among this year's state winners for the 39th Annual Georgia CTI State Leadership Conference. The competition was held virtually this year on April 14-16.
Eleven students from five Gwinnett schools placed first or second at the HOSA – Future Health Professionals Georgia conference.
Rising kindergarten students at Ivy Creek Elementary School can participate in the Gwinnett County Public Schools dual language immersion program.
Kaleigh Adams, of Jefferson, was recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Adams was initiated into the honor society at the University of North Georgia.
The Friends and Family Love of Llamas Club, previously the Jackson County 4-H Love of Llamas group, recently attended the Southern States Llama Association Hillbilly Hoedown Llama and Alpaca Show.
Reinhardt University recently announced the students who earned recognition of being placed on the fall 2020 dean’s and president’s lists.
The Gwinnett County Board of Education recently appointed Dr. Tereka Williams, the principal of Shiloh Middle School, as the district’s executive director of continuous quality improvement.
The Jackson County Comprehensive High School Key Club recently earned five awards at the Student Leadership Conference. This year's conference was held virtually by the Georgia District Key Club on March 6.
George Sorkin, of Buford, received a $4,000 college scholarship from the Gwinnett County Board of REALTORS Scholarship Foundation, through the Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of REALTORS. He is the son of Dirk and Diew Sorkin. Dirk is a REALTOR with Americas Realty and a member of NAMAR.
Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is planning for students’ return for the 2021-22 school year, including the first day of school for the district's newest students — kindergartners who will be in the graduating Class of 2034.
Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) will host several Virtual Interview Days for bilingual teachers during April. Upcoming interview days will be held:
Gwinnett County Schools leaders recently announced that before the start of the 2021-22 school year, all students entering or transferring into 11th grade are required to provide proof that they received a meningococcal booster vaccine (MCV4) on or after their 16th birthday. This is now a st…
Savannah Page, Jefferson, has earned the National Junior Angus Association’s (NJAA) Bronze and Silver awards, according to Jaclyn Upperman, education and events director of the American Angus Association in Saint Joseph, Mo.
The Georgia FFA Association has announced that three members of the Jackson County FFA chapter have qualified for the State FFA Degree.
Students who are interested in virtual learning next year may apply to participate in the newly established Hall County School District Virtual Program of Choice beginning Friday, April 2. The application deadline is April 19.
Hall County Schools recently announced the students who have been named as finalists or alternates for the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program for the summer of 2021.
Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) reminds students in grades 9-12 that the deadline for the 2021 Congressional Art Competition is approaching. Students wishing to participate may submit their artwork to one of the Congressman’s three district offices by Tuesday, April 13. The winning artist will…
The Hall County School District recently announced that its 37th program of choice, The Ivester Healthcare Scholars Program, is set to begin in the fall.
Hall County superintendent Will Schofield announced recently that he intends to recommend Scott Tipton as the executive officer/principal for the district’s newly-approved Virtual Program of Choice. The recommendation will be made at the April 12 Hall County Board of Education meeting.
Cory Shin was recently recognized as the 2021 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Student of the Year at Mill Creek High School.
Students at Jones Middle School hosted a special guest speaker recently. Davis Patterson, a representative of the Gwinnett Student Leadership Team at Mill Creek High School, stopped by to share his presentation titled, The Art of Disagreement.
The nonprofit charity Don’t Count Me Out, Inc. (DCMO) is giving away free, reusable masks as a part of its Everyone Deserves Mask campaign. With the support of Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS), DCMO is providing thousands of quality, reusable masks to schools that would have been impact…
Hall County Schools is now accepting out-of-district applications for families who do not live within the Hall County School District. The application period is from March 1–March 31.
Georgia Southern University recently recognized approximately 2,420 students for excellence in academics on the fall 2020 president's list.
Georgia elementary classes in third through fifth grades are being challenged to put their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills to work to explore the real-world issue that farmers face of maintaining soil health. Elementary teachers and their students may enter the Soil H…