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1,600 singers congregated Feb. 23-25 for the chorus program in Savannah.
The proposed reapportionment map would split a local woman's family between three school board members.
David Banks: "This map will have a very negative impact on traditional communities of interest with regard to attendance zones and clusters and, when viewed closely, has the potential, in future elections, of no school board member residing in East Cobb."
The East Cobb high schools will receive a special designation by the American School Counselors Association.
McCleskey's orchestra and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) students celebrated Valentine's Day with Heritage of Sandy Plains assisted living residents on Saturday, Feb. 11.
The proceeds benefit the PTA, fifth-grade end-of-year events and Rock Eagle funds.
Students, families, and community members came together for a fun evening of games and activities.
Government, Schools, Business
Chattahoochee Tech was the third stop on Gov. Nathan Deal's Go Build Georgia regional campaign tour.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
A drama club play inspires donations to 40 Girls and Some Shoes.
The Margie Hatfield Scholarship application deadline is Wednesday, Feb. 15.
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