Manufacture Ready Graduates First Class

Jobs Unlimited secured the funding for the program through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), with the assistance of Senator Jack Hill.

Evans-Tattnall Homeschool Co-Op Thrives with Academic & Fellowship Successes

A homeschooling cooperative in southeast Georgia brings together around 30 families and 78 children each week to offer the ultimate homeschooling experience, complete with ‘enrichment classes’ on everything from chemistry and zoology to choir and Constitutional literacy.

Georgia Southern hosts fourth annual EdCamp on Statesboro Campus

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GA Dept of Ed Gives Evans Co. 2.5 Star Financial Efficiency Rating, Grade of...

Second Chance Academy spending is double per pupil than traditional students Overall, per pupil expenditures dropped despite the property tax increase in 2017 The Georgia Department...

K-12 Students Invited to Enter EGRMC’s “Name Our Robot” Contest: Winner and School Win...

The East Georgia Regional Medical Center “Name Our Robot” contest is a fun way to learn about robotic technology and win big! The winner...

Savannah Tech Announces 2019 Art Competition for K-12 Students

Savannah Technical College is now accepting entries for the 23rd annual Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW) student design competition. The competition is open to all elementary...

State School Superintendent Visits South Tattnall Middle School

State School Superintendent Richard Woods visited South Tattnall Middle School last week to hear a presentation from teachers and administrators on an interactive program...

Tattnall Co. High School Grad Rates Up, Exceed State Average

The Tattnall County School System has a great reason to celebrate! The school system’s graduation rate for 2018 has climbed again and now exceeds...

Claxton Middle School Student Named to Georgia School Chief’s Advisory Council

State School Superintendent Richard Woods announced Monday that the official names of the 2018-19 Student Advisory Council had been released. Among those was a student from Evans County, according to information released to AllOnGeorgia from the Georgia Department of Education. 

EGSC-Statesboro sees changes in leadership

Congrats to all the new leaders!