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Kedron artists meet Matt Ramsey

Kedron artists meet Matt Ramsey

State Representative Matt Ramsey visited Kedron Elementary School and met Kedron students Scott Arinder and Noah O'Toole. Both boys had their artwork displayed at the Capitol Art Exhibit in Atlanta in celebration of Youth Art Month. Photo/Special.

Peachtree City Elementary raises over $1,450 with Pennies for Patients

Peachtree City Elementary raises over $1,450 with Pennies for Patients

Peachtree City Elementary students and staff collected a total of $1,458.48 during a Pennies for Patients campaign held the first two weeks of March. The money collected goes to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and supports their relentless pursuit of cures for leukemia, lymphoma and meyloma. The two classes raising the most were Krista Hiley’s 4th grade, pictured receiving a silver pennant and Betty Stricklen’s 1st grade, pictured receiving a bronze pennant. Read More»

Kids 'R' Kids of North Peachtree City honors long term employees

In the back row are Patty Mattison, Angel Kirby, Steve Webb, Debbie Webb, Vickie Warren, Nancy Keuler, and Cherea Dixon. In the front row are Brooke Ramsey, Shannon Shirah, Rebecca Albright, and Jennifer Doubrava.

Kids ‘R’ Kids of North Peachtree City, 10 Lexington Pass, recently celebrated 10 years of providing excellence in Infant / Toddler, Preschool, and Pre-kindergarten education to our community. Kids ‘R’ Kids of North Peachtree City is a National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accredited school. This accreditation extends to all preschool and school age programs. Owners, Debbie and Steve Webb, want to recognize those employees who have achieved five years or more of service with their school. Read More»

Bible Baptist Christian Students advance to National Fine Arts Competition

Joel Felton. Photo/Special.

Joel Felton, a senior at Bible Baptist Christian School, came in first in Georgia for his humorous interpretation of Before a Bakery Showcase. Read More»

Satcher to speak for Atlanta Christian’s Commencement

Atlanta Christian College announced today that Dr. David Satcher, director of The Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine and former Surgeon General of the United States, will speak at this year’s commencement exercises. Commencement will be held May 8 at New Hope Baptist Church in Fayetteville, Ga.

Dr. Satcher graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta in 1963 and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He holds M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Read More»

A banner year for ROTC program

Bettering the community through various service projects is a major focus for the cadets of Sandy Creek High School’s Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC). Read More»

McIntosh students honored by Kiwanis group

McIntosh students honored by Kiwanis group

Two McIntosh High School seniors were recently recognized as Technical Career Students of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of Peachtree City.

Faculty members recommend students for the honor based on their exceptional classroom performance.  Family members were also present for the award presentations at a special breakfast meeting. Read More»

Pledging allegiance

Pledging allegiance

Fifth grade students from Huddleston Elementary led the Pledge of Allegiance at the Fayette County Board of Education meeting on Mar. 16.  The students are, from left, Meghan Keirn, Mikhaila Fechushak,  Ben De La Paz Merchant, Andrew Schlappi and Chase Martaus. Photo/Special.

Take the smart approach for SAT/ACT test prep

Today, it is almost necessary for college-bound students to arm themselves with ample preparation time and specialized instruction before attempting to take the SAT or ACT.  With the flurry of new and unusual preparation methods stepping in and out of the market, it becomes challenging to understand the value of each method and decide on the best one to invest in. Read More»

Students donate stitches of warmth

Students show off their handiwork before presenting their quilts to the Quilters Guild of the Southern Crescent. The guild will donate the quilts on the students’ behalf to Promise Place. Photo/Special

What some consider a lost art is being rekindled with students at Whitewater Middle.

Seventh grade students in Laurel Hinze’s Family and Consumer Science connection class are learning the skill of hand quilting.

This semester the students have been working on a community project, the completion of three quilts that will be donated to Promise Place in Fayetteville, a shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children. Read More»

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