Covenant College invites the public to enjoy their production of one of William Shakespeare’s most renowned shows, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Wednesday, Oct. 8-Saturday, Oct. 11.
Area high school seniors are invited to spend a day in the life of a Piedmont College student during a two-day Senior Overnight event at the college in Demorest, Ga., Thursday and Friday, Oct. 23-24.
Catoosa County, in a zone that also included Fanin, Gordon, Murray and Whitfield, was selected as one of Georgia’s four Early Education Empowerment Zones (E3Zs) and will participate in a community commitment ceremony Friday, Oct. 3, at 3 p.m. at the Whitfield County-Dalton Day Care Center, 515 South Pentz Street, in Dalton.
Meet Travis, an unmotivated, struggling eighth grader with poor grades and low self-esteem. Travis eats lunch alone, keeps to himself, and refuses to engage in conversation with his peers and his teachers.
United Way for Walker, Catoosa and Dade Counties held its 2014 annual campaign kickoff breakfast meeting at the Walker County Civic Center, presided over by the new 2014 campaign chair for this north Georgia region, Walker County Schools superintendent Damon Raines.
Residents living in northwest Georgia have a new opportunity to pursue post-secondary learning. GHC and Kennesaw State University partnered to offer the 2+2 program, which enables students to complete two years and an associates degree with GHC followed by two years at KSU earning a bachelor’s degree in accounting, at GHC’s Paulding campus.
Georgia will seek flexibility from its Elementary and Secondary Education waiver in order to delay, for one year, the high-stakes consequences related to the use of student growth measures in new teacher and leader evaluation systems, Superintendent Dr. John Barge announced today.
Ringgold Elementary School is leading the way in technology rich education, offering a variety of opportunities for students and parents to communicate and learn using today's latest technology.
For the second consecutive year, Georgia Northwestern Technical College has the largest number of dual enrollment students out of all of the technical colleges in the state of Georgia according to the 2014 End of Year Enrollment Report issued by the Technical College System of Georgia.
On Sept. 16, the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) released the list of Reward Schools as part of the state’s waiver from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). Each Reward School is a Title 1 school that falls into one of two categories: Highest Performing School or Highest Progress School.
Georgia Northwest Technical College announces president’s and dean’s list for summer semester
Joyland Christian Academy, Inc., at 1301 Cross St. in Fort Oglethorpe, has room for students wishing to enroll in Georgia's Pre-K program.
Tami Fava is Ringgold Elementary’s 2014 Teacher of the Year. She was selected by her peers at the end of last school year to be a part of an elite group of educators in Catoosa County who are recognized as outstanding teachers.
Three schools in Walker and Catoosa counties are either on Georgia’s “Highest Performing Schools” or “Highest Progress Schools” lists, which were released this week by the state Department of Education.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is giving away free GED (General Educational Development) practice tests from Sept. 22 to Oct. 3 to all current or potential students who come into one of the local adult education learning centers in GNTC’s nine county service area.
Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is giving away free GED® practice tests from September 22 to October 3 to all current or potential students who come into one of the local Adult Education Learning Centers in GNTC’s nine county service area.
The LaFayette Police Department has promoted Robert “Skipper” Dunn to the new position of LaFayette High School's resource officer, replacing recently promoted detective Sgt. Billy Mullis.
Jan Bailey, third grade teacher at Battlefield Elementary School was chosen as educator of the month. One colleague said her level of preparation and planning is “exceptional” and “she works with students at their level of need but sets high/achievable expectations.” Another bragged on her for “knowing how to build a solid foundation and for begin such a super person to work with.”
Graysville Elementary School in Ringgold received a tremendous surprise Friday morning, Sept. 12, when members of 3H Group Hotel showed up for a special assembly and donated $3,000 worth of school supplies, gift cards, and cash to the school.