Can one person make a difference? Absolutely!
During the months of November and December, various clubs from South Effingham High School participated in a boxed Christmas for children within Effingham County.
Students from Effingham Christian School brought in gifts to pack shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child.
The Horseshoe Thrift Store opened Monday at South Effingham High School, with proceeds going to the special ed department at SEHS. The funds will be used toward field trips and other programs for the students.
The number of students who passed the high school writing test dropped slightly in the fall, but the mean scores of students taking the test for the first time increased.
Graduating from high school is one of life's first big milestones for many young people. Another one is deciding what career to pursue and/or how to make a living.
The Effingham County High School Calculus/Physics Club has concluded their annual "Dimes for Down Syndrome" campaign.
Students at Sand Hill Elementary celebrated their love of books during their week long celebration of Children's Book Week.
Tuxedo Cat Productions, Inc., and founder, publisher, author and producer Mary Jane McKittrick recently signed a contract deal with Kidsville News, Inc., publishers of the fastest growing, nationally known family-fun newspaper, to write a monthly feature of her increasingly popular "Boomer and Halley" Little Lessons, Big Results series. In addition, McKittrick also will be the featured author for the January 2009 issue of the newspaper.
Miss Jennifer and Mrs. Emily's Pre-K class at the Central Learning Center enjoyed their Christmas celebrations.
The Effingham County Board of Education extended Superintendent Randy Shearouse's contract for three years on Wednesday.
Kids from Happy Days Pre-School hit the town for a handful of different field trips.
Jeff Kublin, Rotary assistant district governor, installs the new South Effingham High School Interact Officers during Rotary's meeting.
The South Effingham High School Student Council sponsored the "Kisses for Catie" 5K run/walk on Feb. 22 to raise money for childhood cancer research.
Locals graduate from Georgia Tech
The Effingham County Board of Education approved a proposal Thursday to revise the attendance boundary lines for Blandford, Ebenezer and Rincon elementary schools.
With duct tape, coffee filters, paper products and other means, South Effingham High School students staged their eighth annual student fashion show.