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Carrollton City Schools is moving forward with plans to add a new wing designed for the system’s youngest learners at Carrollton Elementary School.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

 Carroll County Schools add to reserve funds
Instead of needing to use $2.25 million from the reserve funds, the system added $643,000 to the fund equity.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

 ABAC could have record enrollment this fall
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College President David Bridges said the enrollment could stretch toward 3,300 students from 151 Georgia counties, 25 countries and 22 states.
Source: Tifton Gazette

 Dalton school board says tax increase not out of the question
School officials are expecting $59.68 million in revenue, mostly from property taxes and state funding, to cover $64.2 million in expenses during the 2014 fiscal year, which began July 1.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

 Vidalia City School system opts for charter system
The Vidalia City School system is applying to the state for a “charter system of schools” which will give the system more flexibility in operations and a little more state funding.
Source: Southeast Georgia Today

First African-American assistant superintendent in Muscogee County School District dies at 81
Eddie Lindsey Jr. died Monday at age 81.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

UGA to host American Cancer Society’s 4th annual Suits and Sneakers Gala on Saturday
It’s part of Coaches vs. Cancer, a nationwide collaboration between the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the American Cancer Society.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Nathalie McClure named new general manager at UGA’s The Red & Black
McClure replaces Harry Montevideo as general manager of the independent student newspaper.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Atlanta school board considers new charter schools
However, Superintendent Erroll Davis is urging the school board to turn down the new charters.
Source: WSB-TV

Tuition drop expected for out-of-county Houston students
Tuition for students of Houston County schools employees, who live outside of the county but attend Houston schools, will decrease slightly this academic year if approved Tuesday by the Houston County Board of Education.
Source: Macon Telegraph

After-School All-Stars Atlanta gets $2.8 million from the Marcus Foundation
The money will be used to start four-week summer academies at three after-school sites.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Dacula Athletics Hall of Fame kickoff a success
Dacula High School has launched the Dacula Athletics Hall of Fame.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post

Darton State College President Peter Sireno delivers State of the College Address
Sireno congratulated the school’s faculty and staff for graduating its first class of four-year nursing students, while he urged the Darton family to gear up for a SACS-COC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools — Commission on Colleges) reaccreditation visit in October.
Source: Albany Herald

Nurse in Glynn County schools wants parents to spot child’s sick days
“School nurses are here to guard every student, to the best of our ability. I always tell parents, if there is a question, please call me, or if they are able to stop by the school nurse’s office, their school nurse will be glad to address any concerns or early morning issues,” said Lisa Morrison, head registered nurse for Glynn County Schools.
Source: Brunswick News

33,000 students attend first day of Hall County, Gainesville schools
Source: Gainesville Times


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