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Mountain Road Elementary School students recently welcomed Chef Justin Balmes for a visit as part of the PTA-sponsored annual Health and Nutrition Week. Balmes, who competed on Food Network’s “Food Network Star” TV series and is a chef instructor at The Art Institute of Atlanta, talked with …
Knox Elementary School recently recognized two of its students, Jason Mancuso and Jordan Ariano, who won second place in the Northwest Georgia Regional Science and Engineering Fair.
Johnston Elementary School is celebrating two of its students, second-grader Sarah Frasier and first-grader Kate Klucsarits, for being winners of the Cherokee County School District Young Author's Writing Fair held on March 2, 2012. The 182 District entries were judged in the areas of Ideas, Style…
Pat Long visited the Arnold Mill Elementary School Book Fair this week with her grandson, third-grader Jesse Long; her niece, second-grader Ansley Priddy; and her sister, Carol Trusty. Ms. Long purchased books for her grandson and niece and then walked into the school’s front office and gave $100 …
Jeff Bennett, the counselor at River Ridge HS, was surprised with an award ceremony and a reception in his honor on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 to recognize him as the 2012 Cherokee County Counselor of the Year. Cherokee County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Frank R. Petruzielo presented Mr. Bennett …
Johnston Elementary School recently celebrated its March Students of the Month with an appearance on the school’s WJES live morning news show. These students also received a school store coupon, ice cream coupon, school spirit pencil and a student of the month bumper sticker. Winners include: …
Creekland Middle School eighth-graders in the Advanced Social Studies and Language Arts class taught by Lindsay Bowley recently completed a creative project to learn about what it was like to live in the South during the Jim Crow era. Some students made collages of images and signs from the era; …
Knox Elementary School third-grader Alexis “Lexie” Allen won first place in the Cherokee County School District Young Author’s Fair with her story, “The Best Trip Ever.” Her entry is now being judged at the State and Regional competition.
Knox Elementary School recently recognized two of its sixth-graders, who won first and second place in the Cherokee County Farm Bureau Essay Contest. Cameron Collier won $50 as the first-place winner. Matthew Hager won $40 as the second-place winner.
WHAT: Atlanta Goddard Schools® Stepping Up for the Environment Event. Goddard Schools across Atlanta will be “Stepping Up for the Environment” on March 30th at 10 a.m., a day before the global Earth Hour event hosted by the World Wildlife Fund. Throughout the week, children and teachers will …
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