The Continuing Education Center at Georgia Southern University is recruiting instructors who can put their expertise to work in new training programs in a range of formats.
Robert E. Bendetti Jr. has achieved the designation of C.P.A. and has graduated from DeVry University with a masters of accounting and financial management. Bendetti previously received an MBA in entrepreneurship and a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance through Kennesaw State University.
Since 1981 Mose Mock has been teaching agriculture in Effingham County.
Members of the ECMS and ECHS FFA participated in the Georgia Carolina State Fair.
Marlow Elementary School held its Veterans' Day assembly with the raising of new flags on Wednesday.
The South Effingham FFA Land Judging Team recently placed third in the Area IV FFA land judging career development event. The event was held in Kite on Oct. 16.
SAVANNAH – J. Tom Coleman, a Savannah native, served as a senator for the state of Georgia for more than 14 years and will be honored guest Savannah Technical College's annual Opportunity Gala.
The Effingham County Board of Education recognized Allison Dyches at the meeting Thursday.
It may be the best-kept secret in town. You work about three hours each day, you're eligible for health and dental insurance and the state's retirement plan and you're off during the months of June and July plus various holidays. The pay isn't too shabby either - up to $1,200 per month. If you're interested, the Effingham County Board of Education invites you to "climb on board" and become a school bus driver.
ECHS Homecoming Court
There has been much media attention recently about MRSA, a specific antibiotic resistant staph infection occurring throughout our nation. The Effingham County school system is concerned about updating and clarifying the information to help increase understanding and how to prevent the infection.
Georgia Southern University has announced a $225,000 contribution from Gulfstream Aerospace to support research and education at the university. This gift continues Georgia Southern's long relationship with Gulfstream, manufacturer of the world's most technologically advanced business-jet aircraft, which began with former Gulfstream president and CEO Allen E. Paulson.
Ebenezer Middle School's Eagle Winds honor band has been chosen to perform at the 24th annual University of Georgia Middle School Band Festival in December.
A group of Effingham County Middle School students participated in Georgia Southern University's Global Village Competition, as part of the International Festival hosted by the Center for International Studies.
For the fourth straight year, Blandford Elementary School joined a worldwide effort to set a record for the most people participating in sport stacking in a 24-hour period. Last year, BES was part of a Guinness-record 555,932 stackers.
South Effingham Middle School hosted a Veterans Day program in the school gymnasium on Nov. 11.
Kirbi Ratner is Effingham County's newest Master Teacher.
The Effingham College and Career Academy will host an information session about its new aircraft assembly technician program.
As National 4-H Week came to a close, the celebration of 4-H continued to resonate throughout Effingham as 4-H'ers geared up for the 71st Effingham County Fair.
The South Effingham Middle School competition cheerleaders won the region championship for the fourth straight year.
Ebenezer Middle School saluted military service members with its annual Veterans Day program.
Blandford Elementary School hosted a new event this year for Veterans Day - a parade of veterans who are family members of BES students.
Effingham County improved its high school graduation rate for the second straight year, while also topping the state average by nearly 11 percentage points.
In his time as state schools superintendent, John Barge has heard plenty of criticism of the Common Core standards.
Effingham County students competed in the 4-H Challenge Bowl at the Georgia National Fair in Perry and brought home a top-six finish in the state.
The South Effingham Middle School competition cheer team won first place in the large division and grand champion at Battle in the Boro. They competed at Southeast Bulloch High School on Oct. 25 and won by 54 points. Bella Kay Tatum from SEMS won first place in the jump off.