The HOPE scholarship, on average, covers about 60 percent of tuition. However, not long ago, it covered closer to 100 percent. There is renewed debate now at the capitol about how to restore it to full funding.
Fred Gretsch and a national representative of “Little Kids Rock” surprised the teachers at a training event Friday morning with the donation of $130,000 worth of musical instruments, curricula, and professional development.
There is just one day left in the first year of the current legislative session. That means several of the proposed bills lawmakers have been discussing over the last several weeks will either move forward or get put on hold.
Assisted suicide is a polarizing issue that many politicians and doctors around the country are debating. Now, they’re talking about it in 6th Grade English classes at Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools.
The Liberty County Board of Commissioners, along with the Liberty County Development Authority, is partnering with Savannah Tech after being granted $60,000 to expand truck driving training for military members.
Improving literacy, enhancing bike safety, and sponsoring summer camps are just a few of the activities the Downtown Neighborhood Association will support with this year’s Community Partner Grant Program.
The school system has lost quite a lot of money on school lunches in the past year. They say the price needs to be raised so they won’t lose any more money, and so they can continue to feed students quality food.