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Retaining wall cracking at new Muscogee County’s Carver High

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The retaining wall is no small deal — it’s five stories high and about two football fields long — keeping the Delmar Apartments 30 feet away safe from an avalanche.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Columbus Northern’s only girl baseball player to play in Little League Southeastern
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Columbus State University to use unmanned aerial vehicle to provide surveillance
The recently acquired surveillance equipment allows officers to view bike racks from a further distance where they will not be noticed; 12 bike thefts had been reported since May.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

County BOE votes to rehire Weaver

The school board voted 7-0 Thursday night to bring Erin Weaver out of retirement to be a “partial replacement” for Susanne Griffin-Ziebart, the departing deputy superintendent of school improvement and redesign.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Rome City Schools students to return to classes today
Source: Rome News-Tribune

Heavy rains damage Gainesville High School’s gym
The gym floor, which had just been refinished and repainted last week, now has about $10,000 in water damage.
Source: AccessNorthGa.com

Okefenokee and Altamaha technical colleges to merge
The consolidation of the two colleges, with Okefenokee Technical College President Glenn Deibert at the head of the merged campuses and their many satellites, will be complete by July 1, 2014.
Source: Georgia Times-Union

USA Today’s football coaches poll puts UGA at #5
Source: USA Today

Georgia Regents names dean of Science and Mathematics
Georgia Regents University has selected Rickey Hicks, the chairman of the Department of Chemistry at East Carolina University, to lead the school’s College of Science and Mathematics.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Bankruptcy judge gives Morris Brown College two more weeks to develop plan
The Morris Brown group legally has the exclusive rights to put together a deal on the property through Aug. 26.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Dispute between Gov. Deal and State BOE superintendent continues
The governor suggested the problem with the Race to the Top grants could have been avoided if Superintendent John Barge accepted Deal’s pick to run the federal program.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Gov. Deal warns that student test costs will rise
Deal said Georgia can anticipate spending more money on testing and noted the challenge will be to design one that not only measures student progress but shows that progress as comparable to students around the country.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

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