Volunteers renovate courtyard pond and irrigate the nearby school garden
When St. Teresa’s Catholic School students report to their first day of classes on Monday, they’ll find something different about the school’s pond in the center courtyard and the garden located out back.
The school is turning its old library into a student-inspired Design Lab
Funded by a $40,000 grant from the Benedict Foundation, Deerfield-Windsor School has created of a new Broadcast Journalism elective which involves renovating the school’s “old Library” into a new “Design Lab.”
Back 2 School Bash: A Commitment to Learning was hosted by GCAPS at Robert Cross Park on Saturday.
Byne leader comes to Albany after serving 10 years at Hickory Grove School in Charlotte, N.C.
Jim Wagenschutz’s office at Byne Christian School is littered with empty packing boxes. The walls are bare. It’s obvious Byne’s new school administrator (which he prefers as a title instead of headmaster) is still settling in after spending 10 years at Hickory Grove Christian School in Charlotte, N.C.
Collins had been with Albany Area Chamber/CVB for over a decade
After more than a decade as a familiar face with the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce and the Albany Convention and Visitors Bureau, Jenny Collins is leaving the fold to pursue a job at Darton State College.
Instructional Accountability Committee gives nod to two-year draw down.
The Dougherty County Instructional Accountability Committee voted 3-0 Friday to approve a proposal from Associate Superintendent for Academic Services UFOT Inyang to begin gradually phasing out Albany Early College (AEC).
Dougherty County law enforcement agencies participated
Albany’s 8th annual National Night Out helps kids start school with the supplies they need.
First-day attendance about 800 over last year’s total
The Dougherty County School System began its new 2015-16 school year Wednesday with most of the anticipated 15,000 students pouring back into the district’s 23 schools — including an impromptu welcome back pep rally at Northside Elementary School.
The general visited Darton State College last month and will see Albany State University some time this month
Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, Commanding General Marine Corps Logistics Command (LOGCOM), was given a personal tour of Albany Technical College’s campus by President Anthony Parker on Tuesday.
Mobile phone app and webite should reduce number of DCSS students missing the bus
The Dougherty School System is now offering a new mobile phone app and a web link that will allow parents to better track their children’s bus, which should greatly reduce the number of students missing the morning bus.
Back-to-school photos will be included in online gallery
The new school year is about to start. Send in your first day of school photo to be included in a photo gallery at albanyherald.com.
University officials say now is the time for the alumni to support the school
Fundraising for the Rams in the Roses and Beyond Campaign is gaining momentum as Albany State University alumni are joining forces in support of the ASU Marching Band which is scheduled to perform in the 2016 Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1.
She is among one of 30 teachers nationwide selected for the Library of Congress Teaching Institute
Debra Johnson, who teaches Georgia Studies and Social Studies at Southside Middle School, was selected from among 300 applicants to participate in the Library of Congress Teaching the Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute.
Supt. Butch Mosely sees opportunities and potential problems
As the Dougherty County School System prepares for the first day of school on Aug. 5, the district has a full plate of opportunities and potential problems laid out on the table.
The $40,000 grant from The Benedict Foundation supports independent schools with emphasis on innovation
Deerfield-Windsor School recently received a $40,000 grant from The Benedict Foundation for Independent Schools. The Foundation supports independent school education in the United States.
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