Out of Richmond Hill Middle School's 35 nominees, Catherine Warren was recognized as Teacher of the Year on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Howard Amelsberg, a senior, has been named 2008 PAGE STAR Student for Bryan County High School.
Should we drill for oil in the Alaskan wilderness?
Bye Bye Birdie is a good laugh I was able to speak with Mr. Jamie Hillen, RHHS's musical theater teacher and one of the teachers organizing this year's performance, about the play as a whole, and some of the challenges of putting on a real life high school musical. Q: Why was Bye Bye Birdie chosen for this year's performance? A: Well we were looking for a show that ...
Each year, I have the pleasure of watching a group of people who come together with a singular purpose for one very special day. The special day is Bryan County's annual Special Field Day.
S = Smarter Children: Improved vocabularies and reading skills A study by Dr. Catherine Snow at Harvard's Graduate School of Education, followed 65 families over 15 years, looking at how meal time conversations play a critical role in language acquisition in young children. The conversations that occur around the family table teach children more vocabulary and forms of discourse than they learn when you read to them. Improved vocabularies lead to ...
The Bryan County School district may soon have a new architectural firm planning its endeavors, starting with the new Richmond Hill Middle School.
If you always do what you've always done, you always get what you've always got. That is the belief which has driven our thinking at Bryan County High School causing us to add the Failure Free computer-based reading program for the current school year.
Wildcat wrestlers host home match
The Bryan County Board of Education will hold a called meeting to interview architects for a new middle school in Richmond Hill.
Parents, if you want your child to be more successful in school, become even more involved in their schooling. You can make a real difference for the good of your child. "When parents are involved in their children's educations at home, they do better in school. And when parents are involved in school, children go farther in school - and the schools they go to are better" (National Education Association, 2006).
I frequently have the opportunity to travel around the state into different school districts and their high schools and I often receive comments from those principals praising the exemplary status of the Bryan County Schools.
Good news abounded at the recent Board of Education meeting, where awards were distributed to a couple hundred students in the district on Thursday, Dec. 20.
After debate from the Board of Education and district parents, the 2008-2009 school calendar will look like its predecessor.
I spoke with Charles Blakewood about his opinion on the currently dwindling Hope Scholarship that Georgia offers. Mr. Blakewood teaches both Speech and English as RHHS. It was interesting to listen to a man as enthusiastic and strong willed as Mr. Blackwood talk about something that's so relevant to both myself and my peers.
G.W. Carver Elementary School students perform recently during a recital at the school. The chorus performed for fourth- and fifth-graders and sang pieces from "The Star-Spangled Banner," "Green Eggs and Ham" and "Dynamite."
The first-graders at Lanier Primary School took a field trip recently to the Raptor Center at Georgia Southern University.
The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill reminds local high school students of its May 24 deadline for applications for two college scholarships worth a total of $3,000.
Two new schools are on the way in Bryan County, and the Board of Education is seeking public input in deciding what will best suit the county's needs.
The faculty and staff at Richmond Hill Primary School surprised two of its employees last week when they named the Teacher of the Year and Paraprofessional of the Year awards for 2013-14.
Nearly two dozen students from Richmond Hill High School traveled recently to the nation's capital and witnessed the workings of the United States government along with pieces of the nation's history.
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