Report cards have been distributed to Newton County School System students today and students will be released from school early Friday, Oct. 18, for teacher professional learning.
Local businesses and educational partners came together Tuesday morning at the Newton College and Career Academy to celebrate as the academy was named a Ford Next Generation Learning Community.
Nearly 100 outstanding high school seniors recently attended Georgia Southern University's second annual Southern Leadership Excellence Academics and Dedication (LEAD) Conference at its main campus in Statesboro. Throughout the day they attended leadership workshops, as well as toured the campus and residence halls
Parents at Newton High School have organized an academic booster club and are hoping to raise money to help students with various academic endeavors.
The Newton County Board of Education is one step closer to completing its new five-year facilities plan, and with the changes, it could infuse roughly $24 million into its building program from state participation.
The list of 51 applicants has been narrowed down to three in the search for a new superintendent for the Newton County School System.
The Newton County School System received a General Mills Foundation grant for the benefit ofelementary students in the Newton and Rockdale County school districts.
On February 2 and 3 nearly 70 high school students from Alcovy, Eastside and Newton high schools participated in the second annual Healthcare Science Careers Job Shadow Day.
The Newton County Board of Education approved Tuesday evening school Superintendent, Dr. Steve Whatley's proposed revisions to the current school calendar to accommodate the makeup of the February 12 snow day.
Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue blasted lawmakers Thursday for using what he called "scare tactics" regarding cuts to the university system budget.
Newton County School System will hold its annual Kindergarten Round-Up during the week of March 15 through March 18. Children must be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2010 (child must have been born on or before Sept. 1, 2005) to register for the 2010?2011 school year. Parents should bring the prospective kindergarten student with them to the roundup so teachers can conduct screenings with the children.
This month, Stephen Ramsden, our organization's solar expert or "SunDawg," discusses our sun's history from nebula to middle-age star and the processes that keep it shining.
The Learning Center and Montessori School of Covington are partnering to offer Newton County parents the chance to spend a couple of hours of quality time with their children ages 3 to 12 at an event that's all about the season we've been waiting for - spring! The event is scheduled for March 6 and parents can choose from two sessions from - 10 a.m. to 12:30 ...
Livingston Elementary School announces its students of the month for February. Pre-K Danielle Foster and Timothy Jones. Kindergarten Kyle Mullins, Noah Gourley, Breana Worman, Hannah Alford, Diazjahnae Head. Grade 1. Demetris Hardge, Dontrece Davis, Geraldo Mireles, TiYanna Stanley, Nia Turner. Grade 2. JaQuez Snell, Alexia Foster, Ciarra spleen, Breana Grant, Harley Morgan. Grade 3. Jerrmyah Patridge, Hannah Brumblow, Tray Coffie, Rayana Johnson, Shanea Williams. Grade 4. Jamarien Baker, Coreiona Brown, Ian Sanders, Jaison Taylor, Conrad ...
Although school is out this week for mid-winter break, three high school students were honored at Covington Kiwanis Club luncheon for their stellar school performances.
After losing her job and being evicted from her apartment, Sabrina Ortiz now calls The Garden of Gethsemane Homeless Shelter in Covington her home. As part of a DeKalb Technical College cosmetology department project called "From Our Hearts to Yours" she recently received an eyebrow wax, a facial, hair styling and color as well as a manicure and pedicure.
Darton College Kafuba Donzon of Covington made the Deans List at Darton College for the Fall 2009 semester. To qualify for the Deans List, a student must be full time and have earned a 3.4 or higher grade point average. For their academic performances during fall semester 2009, the following students were named to the North Georgia College & State University Dean's List. Students achieving a 3.5 grade point average, with no grade below a ...