Eighteen Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) students have been selected as the college’s nominees for the 2015 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL), according to Dione Waddington, coordinator for the college’s GOAL program.
Coming in Wednesday’s Young Romans, students at Johnson Elementary School are getting geared up for the holidays.
ROME, Ga. — Berry College students hailing from Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida and even Austria were recently recognized for their work at the Southern Regional Model United Nations Conference in Atlanta.
It really started with that first box of Crayola crayons.
The following students will be honored today during Berry College’s commencement exercises.
Christian Harrington of Walker County has been chosen to represent Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) at the EAGLE Leadership Institute March 16-18, 2015, in Atlanta.
Shorter University’s fall commencement will be at 10 a.m. today at The Forum in downtown Rome.
“You sit on what?”
Familiar faces will be leading the Rome Board of Education in 2015, as Cheryl Huffman and Faith Collins were elected again as chair and vice chair, respectively.
Coming in Wednesday’s Young Romans, see pictures of students having an award-winning day at the Northwest Regional Tech Fair.
SAVANNAH, Ga. – The Georgia Educational Advancement Council recently awarded Berry College with the 2014 Excellence in Institutional Advancement Award.
Katelyn Johnson, a junior voice performance major at Shorter University, has been selected as one of 12 finalists in the Madame Rose-Palmai-Tenser Scholarship Competition sponsored by the Mobile Opera in Alabama. Johnson, of College Park, Ga., was chosen as a finalist from a digital recording of her recent performance of the aria “Chacun le Sait” from the opera “La Fille du Regiment” by Geatano Donizetti.
Armuchee Middle School students brought home nine trophies in the Northwest Regional Tech Fair on Friday at Georgia Highlands College.
Georgia Northwestern’s department of adult education secured $8,700 in grants to help pay GED testing fees and transportation costs for many adult learners across Northwest Georgia.
Brian Barcomb, the representative for District 3, the Coosa community, is stepping down from his position on the Floyd County Board of Education effective mid-December.
Michael Buck will be back to lead Rome City Schools on Dec. 12.
The new superintendent of Rome City Schools is expected to be named Wednesday during a called meeting of the board of education.
ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Nearly 30 eighth graders bend over laptops during Karen Farnsworth's Thursday morning math class, raising their hands for help as the teacher moves around pointing to their screens or providing video links. In the second row, 13-year-old Yocelin Rodriguez glances at a question about finding the height of a shape before grabbing her pencil and making calculations on a sheet of paper.
Several local teachers have been recognized among 42 new teachers across the state to receive a $1,000 New Teacher Assistance Grant from Georgia Power. Recipients include Samantha Muniz of Georgia School for the Deaf, Jensen Floyd of Stone Creek Elementary School and Cord King of Valley Point Middle School.
Shorter University Artist-In-Residence and Associate Professor of Music Jerico Vasquez will return to his home country for a solo piano recital on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at the esteemed Ayala Museum in Makati, Philippines. Featured selections for the evening’s performance include works by Robert Schumann, Claude Debussy and Alexander Scriabin.
One of the top priorities for the new Georgia Association of Educators president, Sid Chapman, is keeping an eye on the upcoming legislative session to see what’s in store for education this year.
Adairsville police have released video footage from a patrol car dashboard camera of a shootout at a Hardee's from last week.