The Newton County School System has announced parents' options to transfer students for the 2013-2014 school year.
Two plus two doesn't equal four anymore. At least that's what Susan Hale, a nontraditional college student, believes now that she has gone back to school to finish her college degree with hopes of becoming a dental hygienist.
You can help three of Newton County's schools win up to $20,000 by voting for their video entries in the Big Lots "Lots2Give" program, or by donating money while shopping at Big Lots.
Fourth grade All A's:
The following students were named to the Honor Roll at Livingston Elementary School for the spring semester:
The following students were named to the Honor Roll at Newton County Theme School at Ficquett:
The following students were named to the Honor Roll at Middle Ridge Elementary School for the 2012-2013 school year:
The following students were named to the Honor Roll at Porterdale Elementary School for the spring 2013 semester:
Several teachers are learning about schoolyard ecology and how to teach their students more about science and all that nature has to offer as they attend a hands-on professional development seminar this week at Oxford College.
Several contracts for physical and occupational therapists were approved by the Newton County Board of Education at its May 21 board meeting.
Recent Eastside High School graduate Narissa Turner has been awarded a Class of 2013 Gates Millennium Scholars good-through-graduation scholarship which can be used to pursue degrees in any undergraduate major at the accredited college or university of her choice. She is one of only 1,000 students in the nation to receive the prestigious scholarship.
Newton College & Career Academy Social Studies Trainer Rachel Jacobson has been selected to participate in Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program trip to Malawi, Africa in June 2013.
Newton County School System has received notification that Eastside High School senior Mary Lathem has been honored as a 2013 Georgia Scholar by the Georgia Department of Education. She plans on attending Mercer University with a double major in English and Music.
In August 1973, Newton High opened its doors to students in the Newton County area. Those doors closed on Friday, because a new Newton High School has been built and will open this August.
Mansfield Elementary School announces its honor roll for fall semester. All A's. Grade 3. Jaron Autry, Trey Barfield, Alex Botkin, Zachary Chupp, Erison Cronan, Carson Danile, Darian Davis, Hannah Fletcher, Suzette Glanton, Jim Gregory, Doster Harper, Adam Hart, Corey Hays, Kaitlyn Hegwood, Matthew Jenkins, Madison Locklear, Andrew Massey, Ryan McCullough, Hannah Nelson, Jordan Parish, Kaitlyn Patrick, Trey Patterson, Franklin Perry, Emma Raines, Sydney Sellers, Sevin Smith, Sierra Springston, Stephenson, Morgan Stovall, Danette Thomas, Max Turcotte, ...
Oxford College is offering a free class entitled Discover Fly Fishing: An Introduction. The three-hour session will consist of an overview of basic skills and equipment used in fly fishing. By the end of the course, participants will have a basic understanding of the sport of fly fishing and will be able to demonstrate a variety of fly-fishing casts.
Oxford College will host a lecture by Kathleen Coleman Friday, entitles The Virtues of Violence: Gladiators, Bests and Public Executions in Ancient Rome.
Rev. Samuel Clark, former chaplain of Oxford College of Emory University, will return to the campus Thursday, March 26, to deliver the 2009 Samuel W. Mills Peace Lecture. This program series was established by John A. Mills III and Elizabeth W. Mills, parents of Sam Mills, an Oxford alumnus who was killed on bicycling accident in 1986, his senior year at Emory College. The lectures, now hosted by ...
Newton County School System students represented the school district extremely well at the recent Griffin RESA Regional Science Fair held on Feb. 27, with 23 coming home with either first, second or third place awards. The Newton County students competed against students from Fayette, Henry, Griffin-Spalding, Butts, Pike, Lamar and Thomaston Upson county schools. All first place winners and alternates will proceed to the state competition, which will ...
Students at Newton High School will have more Advanced Placement (AP) classes to choose from next school year. NHS administrators recently learned that the school was selected as a recipient of a 2009 AP Teacher Training Grant in the amount of $1,500 from the Georgia Department of Education. The funds are earmarked for AP training for teachers.
Newton County School System is pleased to announce that two NCSS seniors, Leah Wynn of Eastside High School and Andrew Kabue of Newton High School, have been named finalists in the National Achievement Scholarship Program (NASP).
The Newton County School System is pleased to announce that Dennis Carpenter has been named Deputy Superintendent for Operations for the school district. The Newton County School Board approved by unanimous vote, the recommendation by school superintendent Dr. Steve Whatley, at the March 17 monthly meeting. Carpenter currently serves as the school district's associate superintendent for human resources. <font face="verdana,geneva" ...
Newton High School may soon become home to a rigorous theme school next academic year at no added cost if the Newton County Board of Education approves Superintendent Dr. Steven Whatley's recommendation.
Several members of the Cousins Middle School Band recently earned state recognition during their Honor Band and All State Band auditions.
The Newton County School System will hold a secondary teacher job fair from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on March 14 at Eastside High School. Principals and representatives from each of the school system's middle and high schools will be on hand to interview prospective employees and answer any questions applicants might have.
Roughly 180 graduating seniors took the first round of Work Ready assessments in Newton County this week as part of Governor Perdue's program to help workforce alignment, according to the Newton County School System.
COUSINS MIDDLE SCHOOL Cousins Middle School announces its students of the month for February. They are Slawson Wilson, Jeremy Walton, Kyle Hadaway, Mishay Allen, Melissa Stephenson, Macaiyyah Maolud, Kelsi Holland, Jordan Gailes, Madison Sauls, Trent Dvorak, Raven Carr, Damarcus Nelson, Bianca Joseph, Joseph Boykin, Le'Erin Mitchell, Sarah Wisneski, Joseph Carr, Kiara Jordan, Troy Calliste, Kaitlyn Bouchillon, Austin Short, Nicholes Young, Kelsey Snow, Chrishandra Perkins, Shantel Seaman, Jordan Moon, Jeffrey Fallah, Brandi McDonald, Kyle Tillery, Cicely ...
The Newton County Board of Education announced recently that Dr. Jill Adams has been chosen as principal of the new middle school theme school which is scheduled to open in the 2009/2010 school year at the current site of Clements Middle School.
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