Hamilton Health Care System will host a back-to-school celebration in Calhoun Wednesday, Aug. 4.
Both Calhoun City and Gordon County school systems announced earlier this week that all schools meals will be completely free for all students for the entirety of the 2021-2022 school year.
The Calhoun City Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the final version of its budget for fiscal year 2021-2022 at its meeting on Monday evening.
One by one graduates of Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s Adult Education program filed into the Conference Center at GNTC’s Gordon County Campus on Thursday, June 17, to celebrate earning their General Educational Development diplomas.
Gordon County Schools will see several changes in district and school leadership positions during the 2021-2022, according to an announcement made earlier this week.
The Gordon County Schools Board of Education approved the final budget for fiscal year 2021-2022 (FY22) at its meeting on Monday night. The vote was 5-2 with Board members Eddie Hall and Kacee Smith providing the only dissenting votes.
Under a new state rule, effective July 1, all students entering the 11th grade require proof of a booster dose of the meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV4).
At least two dozen sites have begun to serve free meals to children 18 years old and younger in Calhoun and Gordon County this month, continuing a long tradition of feeding the youth during summer months.
The 2020-2021 CMS Black and Gold Standard of Excellence Award Winners were nominated by their teachers and exemplify many of the traits we hope to see in all our students: good character, strong work ethic, caring for others around them, involvement in school activities, and more. Congratula…
Calhoun City Schools’ Board of Education met on Monday, May 24, at noon for its first public hearing on the budget for the fiscal year 2021-2022 at the Calhoun City Schools Board of Education, 334 South Wall Street.
Sonoraville High School principal Jennifer Hayes retired this week following a lengthy discussion in executive session at Tuesday afternoon’s called Gordon County Board of Education meeting.
The Gordon County Board of Education has announced a called meeting for Tuesday at noon for the "approval of personnel," according to a release.
In a special broadcast with partner Georgia Public Broadcasting, this evening ArtsBridge Foundation announced the winners of the 13th Annual Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards during “Shuler Awards 2021,” a special pre-recorded co-production that aired statewide.
Shaw Industries Group Inc., a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., has announced the recipients of its 2021 Associate Dependent Scholarship, including two local students.
Caroline Atkins, Culinary Arts instructor, is the Calhoun College and Career Academy program and teacher in the Spotlight for May 2021. Caroline has been teaching for 6 years.
Calhoun Middle School eighth grader, Alexis Bello, is the Calhoun College and Career Academy Student of the Week. Alexis was a student in CMS audio video production.
The Gordon County Schools Board of Education voted to approve the tentative fiscal year 2021-2022 budget at its meeting on Monday evening. No changes were made to the document since it was discussed at the board’s last meeting on April 26.
State School Superintendent Richard Woods announced the finalists for 2022 Georgia Teacher of the Year Thursday, including one Gordon County teacher.
Calhoun High School recently announced that senior Caleb McFarland was named its 2021 PAGE STAR Student, an honor earned through academic achievement and performance on the SAT. McFarland selected Dr. Sean McKenzie, a social studies teacher at Calhoun, as his STAR Teacher.
SHS Army JROTC “Phoenix” Battalion cadet Jaren McMullin, signed a $108,000 scholarship agreement with the University of North Georgia recently. After graduation, he will travel to Fort Benning for cavalry scout training in the Georgia Army National Guard and will be assigned to “Blackfoot” T…
The 2021 PAGE STAR Student for Sonoraville High School is Elijah Hibberts. Each STAR student chooses his or her most influential teacher as the STAR teacher, and Eli has chosen Mrs. Ashley Brookshire, SHS English teacher and Literary coach, as his STAR Teacher.
The Calhoun City Schools’ Board of Education met for their monthly meeting on Monday. Students, staff and community members were recognized by the Board of Education.
The Gordon County Board of Education will host an initial hearing on the proposed budget for fiscal year 2021 at its meeting on Monday, May 10, following a final discussion about potential changes and considerations held this Monday evening at the College and Career Academy.
Students and faculty from local middle schools will face down mental and physical challenges on Tuesday, May 25, as part of the Red Bud Middle School Athletic Booster Club’s 7th annual Mud at the Bud fundraiser.
Calhoun Middle School held their Induction Ceremony for the National Jr. Beta Club on Tuesday morning, April 20, in the Calhoun Performing Arts Center. Inductees included 8th grade students meeting the academic, attendance and behavior requirements set forth by the organization. Calhoun Midd…
Ashworth Middle School students Hunter Parker and Carolynn Dooley recently won their divisions in FFA Middle School Record Book. Hunter won the Area 1 Crop Production category, and Carolynn won the Area 1 Power Structure and Technical Systems division, and advanced to state competition.
In 2009, Family Savings began offering $1,000 scholarships through the CV Glassco Memorial Scholarship Fund, named for our previous board chairman, CV Glassco who passed away in 2008.
On Saturday, April 17, the Calhoun High School Literary team earned the title of region champions for the third year in a row and their first year in class 5A. They took home first place finishes in seven of twelve events and will send all seven to compete for a state championship in the com…