Technical College System of Georgia Commissioner Ron Jackson today Dr. Kathy Love as the new president of Savannah Technical College on Thursday. She begins the new position on January 1, 2009.
Traci Whitaker's preschool intervention students had fun trick-or-treating at Central Learning Center.
The student body at Guyton Elementary collected money the week prior to Halloween and during the Halloween weekend for UNICEF and raised $1,874.68.
Help put an end to animal abuse
The South Effingham NJROTC drill team enjoyed success during the recent inter-service drill meet at Nease High School in St. Augustine, Fla. Nov. 1.
Larissa Knight presented a different way of handling bomb threats to the Effingham County Board of Education.
Several Guyton Elementary School students won in the art contest as part of the Effingham County Fair.
Soccer association helps players improve skills
Obama's tax policies not the best way to help people
A number of Effingham County students participated in the theme contest for Effingham County's Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Celebration to be held Jan. 19, and the winners have been announced as follows:
As a part of Guyton Elementary School's celebration of Red Ribbon Week, students collected food for FORCE.
Students at Ebenezer Middle School presented The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama a $3,332 check on Oct. 31, after holding a three-week fundraiser for children with life-threatening medical conditions. The check presentation took place at 10 a.m. in the school's atrium.
Television shows, ads increase insecurity
Cloverleaf 4-H first place
With duct tape, coffee filters, paper products and other means, South Effingham High School students staged their eighth annual student fashion show.
Two of the county's top students were honored Thursday at the Rotary Club of Effingham County's STAR student and teacher luncheon at the Effingham College and Career Academy.
Sami Wood, a sophomore at Effingham County High School, attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 14-16.
Valentine's Day brought new meaning to the residents of the Effingham Hospital Care Center. Effingham County 4-H'ers participated in constructing Valentine cards, baking cookies and playing bingo with the center's residents.
Second-graders at Ebenezer Elementary School put on a "living museum" to celebrate Georgia Day and highlight famous Georgians.
The Effingham County School System was one of six school districts in the state recognized by Gov. Nathan Deal and the Governor's Office of Workforce Development for having 100 percent of the system's high schools organized with a Go Build Georgia high school team.