Editor's note: Bryan County Schools are naming their top teachers for 2011. Announced first was Carver Elementary's Mary Matthew.
Editor's note: Since August, the Bryan County News has been running profiles of the 2009-2010 Teachers of the Year from each school.
Special to the News Lindsay Mason has been named the 2010 STAR student at Bryan County High School. The award is sponsored locally by the Pembroke Lions Club. Lindsay, who is the daughter of Thomas and Angie Mason of Ellabell, chose her 11th grade AP English and Composition teacher D'Lee Pollock as her STAR teacher. The PAGE Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program, in ...
When Richmond Hill Middle School kicked off its spelling bee last week, 48 of the school's best spellers stood in a circle in the media room while teacher Julie Pecenka read words aloud.
Richmond Hill Middle School just joined some elite company. Again. The school is one of nine middle schools in Georgia to receive a platinum award from the Governor's Office of Student Achievement, the second time RHMS has earned that designation and third time it has been honored since the state began handing out such awards in 2005 as part of No Child Left Behind Act legislation. There are currently 429 middle schools in ...
Editor's note: Today marks the fourth installment in a series of profiles on the 2009 teachers of the year, by school. We will end with a profile on the systemwide teacher of the year.
Students had a great time celebrating homecoming 2009. Here are some pictures of the week submitted by the RHHS yearbook staff
The second grade at Richmond Hill Elementary School was visited on Oct. 23 by the Richmond Hill Fire Department as part of Fire Safety Week. An assembly was held in which fire safety rules were discussed and students were able to view a fire truck. Some also got to see firefighters up close. Among them were Kenecia Chukwudi, Sydney Fortson and Jalen Rouse from Mrs. Grant-Barr's class, shown with Firefighter Dave Williams in full ...
Editor's note: There is a correction to this story, which erroneously said H1N1 is deadlier in nearly half the cases. It should have said that nearly half of those who die from H1N1 had no underlying medical conditions. The News regrets the error.
Editor's note: Today marks the third installment in a series of profiles on the 2009 teachers of the year, by school. We will end with a profile on the systemwide teacher of the year.
Friday marked the end of the first nine week grading period for Bryan County Schools, so Oct. 12 was scheduled as a student holiday all along.
Some parents want the school board to close Richmond Hill Middle School for at least a week as a result of the H1N1 virus.
South Bryan residents opposed to higher taxes gave school officials an earful at a Bryan County School Board public hearing Monday night at Carver Elementary.
Editor's note: Today marks the second installment of a series of profiles on the 2009 teachers of the year, by school. We will end with a profile on the systemwide teacher of the year.
Editor's note: Today marks the first installment of a series of profiles on the 2009 teachers of the year, by school. We will end with a profile on the systemwide teacher of the year.
The following area students recently graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology during its 245th commencement exercises:
Cadet 1st Sgt. Jacob M. Deem, a Fort Stewart resident, participated in the American Legion Georgia Boys State program in June and the Boys Nation program in Washington, D.C., on July 19-26. He was one of only two peer-elected state senators who represented Georgia at Boys Nation.
State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge is accepting applications for the 2013-14 Student Advisory Council.
Bryan County Board of Education Chairman Eddie Warren addressed the Rotary Club of Richmond Hill on Aug. 1 during the club's weekly meeting at the Richmond Hill City Center.