When neglect or abuse occurs, someone must step in to ensure their safety. The community, the police, the courts, and state and local agencies share the responsibility.
Spivey Hall Children’s Choir reached another significant milestone this week.
Students above national norm in language, literacy, math
State officials are boasting a recently released report by national experts in early childhood education and care concludes that Georgia’s Pre-K Program significantly improves school readiness skills in language, literacy and math.
After maintaining a low profile from what she has described as a trying time, Albany native Paula Deen is clearly back on the rise.
On Jan. 29, the Rotary Club of Clayton County presented a $1,000 scholarship to Ying Ma, a pharmaceutical technology student from Atlanta Technical College.
STOCKBRIDGE – Piedmont Henry Hospital and the American Red Cross will hold a blood drive March 14 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the hospital’s Foundation Education Center, Classrooms A.
The Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition Program has announced the availability of free meals to children during summer break.
State officials are praising gains made in preparing Georgia high schoolers for college-level rigor.
JONESBORO — How do you make 10,000 meals with a pumpkin?
Joyce Hagans, center, the Augustin Clayton Daughters of the American Revolution chapter’s Good Citizen Award recipient for Lovejoy High School, present handmade blankets to chapter Regent Phyllis Lawson, right.