Candler County parents heard their superintendent say the plan to deal with COVID-19 remains written in pencil, not ink, and certainly not set in stone depending on what happens between now and the first day of school.
Georgia’s public university system announced it will review the names of all the buildings and colleges on its campuses weeks after a column in a college newspaper advocated for changing the name of one school.
Friday the Effingham County School District had to once again make the tough decision to postpone their plans for an in-person graduation and prom. That decision coming on the heels of Governor Kemp’s latest executive order.
While some school districts opt for the virtual graduation or even a drive through approach Effingham County School District is trying to give their seniors all of the above. Including an in-person ceremony.
It’s a brand new grant program offering local students a chance to get tuition help with college. South University will offer the “Coastal Empire High School” grant which is worth more than $1,000 per quarter.
Savannah Technical College is now offering multiple short-term career training courses, many of which you can take without leaving your own home. Logistics is one that continues to grow even as many other businesses struggle due to COVID-19.
On Thursday, AccelerateED, a new task force created by South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman, met to discuss what summer and fall programs might look like for students, facility, and parents.
Savannah Chatham Public Schools began their weekly distribution of meals Tuesday. During their bus delivery some routes ran out of food. One parent says they left empty-handed and has hopes the district will find a solution before next week.
The Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems Grant Program has awarded the South Carolina Department of Education a $3.3 million federal grant to incorporate early childhood education programs into the state’s existing system.