ALEXANDRIA, Va., May 22, 2013 - Students, teachers and parents of the Defense Department's schools can be confident that despite the department's upcoming civilian furloughs, the school year will start on time, the Department of Defense Education Activity's director said today.
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.
STATESBORO - Five students from Bryan County received honors during the recent Georgia Southern University's Annual Honors Day Convocation at the Nessmith-Lane Conference Center.
Candice Casasday of Richmond Hill recently was initiated into collegiate honor society Phi Kappa Phi.
One of Richmond Hill's own will be attending one of the U.S. Service Academies following an appointment from Congressman Jack Kingston, R-Ga.
Gov. Nathan Deal recently signed into law legislation that will lower the grade-point average requirement for the HOPE Grant, which goes to students in the technical-college system.
More than a dozen students from schools across Bryan County were recognized for various scholastic achievements by the Board of Education during its regular meeting Thursday at Richmond Hill Elementary School.
Three Richmond Hill residents recently graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design:
The following students at George Washington Carver Elementary School made the honor roll for the third nine-week grading period of the 2012-13 school year:
Faiz Saulat from Richmond Hill High School has been selected as a finalist for the Georgia Governor's Honors Program in the area of social studies.
Richmond Hill High School surveyed seniors and their parents this week to determine when and where they want to hold graduation.
Eleven students from Richmond Hill High School participated recently in the Southeast Choral Arts Festival held at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah.
Members of Richmond Hill High School's graduating class may get a chance to vote on where they want to receive their diplomas after school board members discussed putting potential venues into an online survey.
State Sen. Buddy Carter, R-Pooler, will read to 4-year-olds Thursday at Richmond Hill Montessori Pre-School as part of Georgia's Pre-K Week.
Bryan County High School's Career Technical Agricultural Education (CTAE) department held Career Day on Sept. 18.
School board members voted unanimously Thursday to spend up to $150,000 to beef up security at each of Bryan County's schools as soon as possible.
Six Richmond Hill Primary School students were recently named winners of the 2013 Georgia School Bus Safety Poster Contest.
Hanna Suddath of Richmond Hill recently tied for honorable mention behind a third place tie, in a national composition contest sponsored by Piano Explorer Magazine at Atlantic Armstrong State University in Savannah.
An early release day is set for all Bryan County school students, pre-K through 12th grade, for Oct. 2.
Anna C. Hall of Richmond Hill has been named to the dean's list at Thomas University for the 2013 summer term.
Second-grade Special Enriching Events for Kids students at Lanier Primary School welcomed a special guest last Thursday.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern is on a mission to get more students interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The university will showcase hands-on opportunities to help students of all ages discover these fields and share stories of success during the STEM Festival planned for Thursday through Saturday at several locations on campus.
STATESBORO - Georgia Southern University's Division of Continuing Education is offering a number of Microsoft classes this fall at the Coastal Georgia Center, 305 Fahm St. in downtown Savannah.
Flu season is around the corner and the Bryan County Health Department will be holding voluntary and free flu vaccination clinics at schools in Bryan County in the coming months.
Armstrong Atlantic State University will hold adult-student information sessions this month at four sites in coastal Georgia.