ATLANTA — University System of Georgia faculty and staff are facing potential furlough days to help offset the economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
Joining schools around the country that are adjusting their traditions, Darlington School switched its ninth annual third grade wax museum to a virtual format to showcase the class’s hard work.
As the concerns for mitigating the spread of the new coronavirus continue, Berry College remains closed to the public until at least June 1 and prepares to conduct its summer semester online.
From northwest Georgia to New York City, graduates of Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s Respiratory Care program are sharing what it’s like to be on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgia school officials agreed Monday to distribute around $411 million in federal funding to help local school districts shore up their budgets and programs as coronavirus continues pummeling the state’s economy.
Despite the Berry College campus being closed to the public, the HackBerry Lab open house continues virtually on the lab’s website.
Floyd County Schools Superintendent Jeff Wilson prepared school board members for upcoming cuts in a meeting early Monday.
It’s not unusual for budget discussion to dominate the agenda at Floyd County Board of Education meetings this time of year, in the middle of a pandemic however, this spring’s planning will have a few extra hurdles.
Even after the school year was turned upside down, one East Central Elementary School class continues to keep in touch with some long distance friends.
Nearly 200 public schools in Georgia are set to receive money for purchasing laptops and software aimed at boosting access to online courses as in-person classes remain suspended due to coronavirus.
Ashley McNeely, a sophomore at Rome High School, recently placed as one of 10 state finalists in the Georgia Laws of Life Essay Competition.
Darlington set plans for two in-person commencement ceremonies for the class of ck棋牌 — one in the summer and another in the fall, according to a letter from Head of School Brent Bell.
Each year, the Exchange Club of Rome selects one outstanding senior student from the area high schools as the recipient of their Youth of the Year award.
The Student Government Association at Rome High School is working with school administrators and staff to give the school’s juniors and seniors a chance to get dressed up and dance like nobody’s watching.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s adult education program was awarded the Distinguished Test Center Performance Award by the Technical College System of Georgia.
“I am proud of you and I want you to know that I believe in you and your future — your superintendent Jeff Wilson,” the note ended.
Since students at Berry College couldn’t gather in person to present their business plans at the SPARK conference, they had to improvise and make presentations online.
CALHOUN — Sonoraville High School early childhood education teacher Lori Key challenged students in her classes to create fun, educational games for preschoolers and elementary-aged children to play at ck棋牌 as part of their distance learning curriculum. The catch? The games had to be made fr…
Elaina Beeman and Alvin Jackson were named to serve on the A.D. Black Scholarship committee at Tuesday’s school board meeting.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College will be hosting a Free Application Week starting April 20, to help those who are seeking to enroll in the summer semester.
ATLANTA - The coronavirus pandemic has cost the University System of Georgia about $200 million, losses that could add up to $350 million by the end of the summer, system Chancellor Steve Wrigley said Tuesday.
Both local school systems have released new guidelines for online learning and have moved to a Monday through Thursday schedule, leaving Friday as a review day.
The sudden closure of Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s campuses compelled most traditional and industrial instructors to reformat their courses to be taken by students online while the world struggles with the COVID-19 pandemic.
ATLANTA - University System of Georgia (USG) students being forced to take classes online this semester because of the coronavirus pandemic got some welcome news Thursday.
Parents can find out where they can access public WiFi using a map released by the state Department of Community Affairs.
Teachers and staff at Elm Street Elementary are using 3D printers to create face shields for medical personnel at Floyd Medical Center.
Two Model High School juniors, Alexia Fowler and Hayden Robinson, were selected to participate in the Governor’s Honors program. Both will concentrate in communication arts.
Adairsville Elementary School teachers staged a parade through the community Thursday to wave to students who will not be allowed to return to their classrooms for the remainder of the school year. The teachers sent out an email with their route and encouraged students to abide by social dis…
Shorter University salutes the following seniors who were selected to receive awards of distinction in their major areas for the 2019-ck棋牌 academic year.