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Split BOE to pursue Distinguished Board recognition

Policy amendments narrowly pass board

The Clayton County Board of Education unanimously approved its consent agenda during its regular meeting this week, but split on other matters.

Group hosts training to combat domestic, family violence Saturday

School Notebook 9-12-14

The Clayton County Association Against Family Violence Inc. will host its annual volunteer training workshop Saturday.

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Fundraiser pushes HOPE Park forward

Organizers said they believe they were able to raise thousands from the latest fundraiser to help build the multi-faceted HOPE Park.

Lovejoy FallFest kicks off Saturday

Organizers managed to spark a hefty interest for this year’s fall festival in Lovejoy.

Riverdale Middle evacuated after bomb threat

Authorities are investigating a bomb threat to Riverdale Middle in Clayton County.

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President Hynes first recipient of Gene Hatfield Annual Service Award

Clayton State University’s College of Arts and Sciences has established the Gene Hatfield Annual Service Award, and University President Dr. Tim Hynes is its first recipient.

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Clayton State student organization makes history

School Notebook 9-5-14

Clayton State’s chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management won the Best in Georgia Award and Student Chapter of the Year recognition from the Society for Human Resource Management Georgia State Council.

School officials remind parents about early dismissals

Officials are reminding parents about early dismissal dates this fall in Clayton County Public Schools.

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Retired military veteran fulfills new purpose in classroom

Martin Screen was featured in a Troops to Teachers Spotlight on a The White House Blog in August.

BOE to vote on policy changes

School board members are split on how to approach proposed changes to policies governing the body’s operations.

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