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UGA’s Morehead speaks to graduates at his first ceremony


“Be of good service,” Morehead said, pointing out to the graduates that they are now ambassadors for the university.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Saturday

Warner Robins police donate patrol cars to Central Georgia Tech
Source: Macon Telegraph/Saturday

CSU’s Oxbow Environmental Learning Center gets new director
Mike Dentzau comes from Florida State’s Department of Biological Sciences Sea-to-See Program.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/Sunday

List of Muscogee County schools offering free lunch to students
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/Sunday

Columbus’ Quintin Johnson gets chance to dance in New York
The 21-year old, a formerly wayward student, was selected to be among the dance students to attend the Ailey Experience workshop August 12-18 in New York.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/Sunday

Pre-K back to 180 days
Pre-K, which is funded by Georgia Lottery ticket sales, was just 160 days in 2011 and 170 in 2012.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Gwinnett BOE criticized for choosing troubled Australian firm to install cameras on buses
One of the competitors for the Gwinnett bid, American Traffic Solutions, has asked the Gwinnett school board to change its decision to hire Australian firm Redflex Traffic Systems, which has been implicated in a bribery scandal.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Clarke County Schools to offer healthy lunches and local produce at cafeterias
One downside from last year was food waste, so schools are introducing a wider variety of fruit and vegetable options so students can find something they like.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Loran Smith: Behind a red door, Georgia finds a home in England
“The University of Georgia has an enviable presence in this ancient and exclusive seat of learning and has for more than 25 years. You can easily find the UGA compound on Banbury Road by looking for the stone cottage with the bright red door.”
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

New school year brings testing changes
Statewide, teachers are in the midst of changes, which transform what they teach and the way schools are held accountable. It’s an overhaul that will change the way students learn, what they learn and how they are tested.
Source: Macon Telegraph/Sunday

• Gwinnett County teachers offer opinions on testing changes
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

14 students at Albany’s Westover High earn AP Scholar designations
Source: Albany Herald/Sunday

New Lee County Elementary prepared for students
Source: Albany Herald/Sunday

Tybee Island Maritime Academy Charter School set to open
When the new maritime-themed charter school opens Aug. 12 it will be the first time that Tybee has had a public school in 22 years.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Muscogee County and Harris County schools to begin Wednesday
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Gwinnett County Public Schools enters third year of eClass initiative
This is the third year of a five-year eCLASS initiative for Gwinnett County Public Schools, and the district has highlighted 33 schools in five pilot clusters: Archer, Berkmar, Duluth, North Gwinnett and Shiloh.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post


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