The Effingham County Board of Education got a clarification on its dress code last Thursday.
Recently, Effingham Christian School seventh and eighth graders had the privilege of visiting Washington, D. C.
On March 4, South Effingham Middle School hosted its first Math and Science Family Fun night.
FCCLA students compete at region STAR events
Effingham County hosted 11 counties for this year's Southeast District 4-H Cloverleaf District Project Achievement. More than 600 people were in attendance.
More than 700 students traveled to Athens to compete in the 60th Annual Georgia Science and Engineering Fair. Among those competing were three of Effingham's own students: Bryce Blewett (ECMS), Tierney Hagan (ECMS), and Chris Mitchell (SEMS).
Several South Effingham High School students earned top spots in Georgia's recent National French Contest. French teacher Valerie Granzow announced that several scored in the top 10 percent in the state.
Every year, students across the state take the CRCT to see how much they have learned throughout the year and to report for the No Child Left Behind Act how well schools are educating students.
Heather Martin, a junior at South Effingham High School, was recognized by the Effingham County Board of Education for designing the logo that will be used across the state for career academies.
Ross Harding, a leading authority on environmental sustainability, has been chosen to speak at the Georgia Tech Savannah graduate recognition and awards ceremony on Tuesday.
The Effingham County Board of Education plans to roll back the millage rate for the 2008-09 budget.
Armstrong Atlantic State University student Anna Bannister, RN, is one of many intelligent and energetic students broadening their horizons through education in the Healthcare Internship Program at Effingham Hospital. In this singular program Bannister is gaining the knowledge and experience necessary to be an advanced nurse practitioner. Efficiency and professionalism are just a few of the lessons she has learned in her passage through this program.
Yvette Carr, manager of Burns World Travel in Springfield, recently spoke to the third-grade students at Guyton Elementary School.
Thanksgiving brought not only turkey and dressing this year, but also several opportunities for 4-H'ers to express their thanks within the community.
Effingham students make Berry dean's list
The Effingham County High School FFA livestock judging team recently competed in the Area IV FFA Livestock Judging Career Development Event.
Students from Effingham County and South Effingham FFA chapters attended the National FFA Convention in Louisville, Ky., Oct. 28-Nov. 1.
Armstrong State University has been designated a 2015 STEM Jobs Approved Colleges by Victory Media and will be featured in the winter 2015 issue of STEM Jobs magazine. Armstrong was one of only 123 schools nationwide to be named as a STEM Jobs Approved College.
The Effingham County High School chapter of the National Honor Society has had the privilege to serve its community by volunteering for Habitat for Humanity over the last couple of months.
The Effingham County Board of Education expects at its December meeting to approve the calendars for the next two school years.
Not every student gets to design, build and test robots in class.
People in Effingham County, and across the state, can give feedback to education leaders on proposed revisions to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards.