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Piedmont Academy welcomes new students

The 2014-2015 school year opened at Piedmont Academy Monday, August 11, and 39 new students walked the halls for the first time, bringing the school's total enrollment to 295. There are 108 students in grades K4 through fifth, 69 students in middle school and 118 students in high school.

August 16, 2014 | Staff Report | Education


Student volunteerism can have a positive impact ... and help pay for college

Volunteerism can help young people grow into well-rounded, responsible individuals. When volunteering, kids can learn new skills, foster new friendships and contacts, and improve both their social and interpersonal skills. In addition, a 2011 study from researchers at the Stony Brook University School of Medicine found that people are generally happier and healthier when giving back to their communities. The study even recommended that health care professionals recommend volunteering to patients 12 and older, with the belief that helping others provides significant health benefits, including allowing volunteers to escape their stress and anxiety. And, there could even be a few ...

August 16, 2014 | Staff Report | Education


5 ways college students can eat healthy

If asked to reflect on their college years, many graduates likely would not recall healthy eating habits. College students are often pressed for time and short on funds, so a nutritious diet is often sacrificed for the sake of convenience and cost.

August 16, 2014 | Staff Report | Education


Newton County returns to school

Readers submit via news@covnews.com or Facebook.com/covnews pictures of the first day of school.

August 01, 2014 | Staff Report | Education


More fundraisers, policy changes for school start

Parents with a child attending a special instructional program may have an easier transportation schedule for any other children.

July 24, 2014 | Kayla Robins | Education


Teaching tech to teachers

July 24, 2014 | Darrell Everidge | Education


State releases district-level EOCT scores

District-level scores were released by the Georgia Department of Education (GADOE) for 2014 End-of-Course Tests (EOCT), showing Newton County School System (NCSS) students outpaced the state pass rate on six out of eight tests and improved pass rates on five of six tests from last year.

July 19, 2014 | Kayla Robins | Education


BOE wants input on proposed policy

The Newton County Board of Education (BOE) is reviewing proposed revisions to two Newton County School System (NCSS) policies and wants the public's input on the changes.

July 03, 2014 | Kayla Robins | Education


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College campus visits offered to local high school seniors

The Eastside High School counseling department has partnered with Covington First United Methodist Church to provide eight field trips for seniors to Georgia colleges.

September 22, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


College fair comes to Stonecrest

High School juniors and seniors can speak with representatives from 103 colleges and universities at the PROBE College Fair, 6-9 p.m. on Monday at The Mall at Stonecrest.

September 22, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


Homecoming court is now in session

Fifteen lovely ladies: Come cheer on the Eastside Eagles this Friday when they take on Spalding for their homecoming game at Sharp Stadium.

September 22, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


New Newton High principal named

The Newton County Board of Education announced Tuesday that Dr. Craig Lockhart will be the next principal of Newton High School and will start Oct. 18. Lockhart is currently with the Bibb County School System as an associate superintendent of support services.

September 21, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


summer graduate

Amy Chambers of Covington received her Master of Education from Western Governors University. The online-non-profit university awarded over 200 graduate degrees at its semi-annual commencement ceremony held in Salt Lake City July 17.

September 21, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


Newton Royalty

September 19, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


BOE seeks $29 million in state money for new Newton High

The Newton County Board of Education is expected to approve a recommendation at their Tuesday meeting to apply for more than $29 million from the state to assist in the construction of a replacement high school for Newton High.

September 19, 2010 | Amber Pittman | Education


Schools receive grants for tech, career programs

Several Newton County school's have received thousands of dollars in grant money - and are hoping to receive more - to help with improving instruction, equipment and facilities for career, technical and agriculture (CTAE) programs.

September 19, 2010 | Amber Pittman | Education


Enrollment numbers fluctuate at area colleges, public schools

Despite a weakened economy, enrollment is up at Oxford College this year, while the number of students at Georgia Perimeter College's Newton campus has declined this year, as has the number of students attending public school in Newton County since this time last year.

September 17, 2010 | Amber Pittman | Education


Education Briefs - Schools receive grant for after-school programs

The Newton County School System has been approved for a continuation of the 21st Century Learning grant, which funds after-school programs for hundreds of students in the school system.

September 17, 2010 | Amber Pittman | Education


Newton County SAT scores fall

While more Newton County students took the SAT in 2010, average scores declined in all subject areas.

September 15, 2010 | Amber Pittman | Education


Board of Education to meet tonight

The Newton County Board of Education will meet at 7 tonight for their regular monthly work session. According to the agenda, the board will discuss its non-negotiable goals for the school system and the acceptance of the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant.

September 14, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


9/11 survivor shares story

Stories from that fateful day: Dawn Robinson, a survivor of the attacks on the World Trade Centers on Sept. 11, 2001, spoke to students at Cousins Middle School during their "Day of Remembrance" program Friday morning. She told students of her experience that day, when she was on the 61st floor of the Two World Trade Center Tower when the attacks began. Originally from Atlanta, Robinson was working as an Associate Vice President and Program Development Specialist for Morgan Stanley in 2001. She now resides in Arizona and tours throughout the nation in full-time Evangelistic Ministry.

September 12, 2010 | Staff Report | Education


Screening starts today in principal search

It's been less than two weeks after the shocking resignation of popular Newton High School Principal Dr. Roderick Sams, and the school system is confident they can find his replacement by the end of the month amid the batch of hopefuls that have applied for the position.

September 12, 2010 | Amber Pittman | Education


Secretary of State speaks to students

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp visited Cousins Middle School Wednesday morning to discuss state government, as part of an effort to expand children's horizons without the benefit of field trips.

September 10, 2010 | Gabriel Khouli | Education


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