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The school board chair hopes to clarify with voters some issues surrounding the upcoming SPLOST election.
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Newton County School System has narrowed the applicants down to three for the position of superintendent.
Clements Middle School — First Semester Honor Roll
A school security system that is being piloted in a few Newton County schools this year is expected to expand over the next few years.
A Newton County school bus was involved in a head-on collision on Ga. Highway 36 that left a person dead in another vehicle.
Students at Flint Hill Elementary School wrote letters to soldiers in Afghanistan earlier this school year, and they received letters and a flag in return.
Local school lunch prices will increase again due to a federal mandate.
Dr. Carl Skinner, director of Testing, Research and Evaluation for NCSS, has resigned, effective July 1.
The Newton County School System was one of 25 school districts in the state honored for increasing the amount of local food served to students.
Voters headed to the polls Tuesday to cast a vote for the education SPLOST IV referendum.
The Georgia Professional Standards Commission won't investigate former Alcovy High School principal LaQuanda Carpenter.
Jazz Duncan placed fifth in the state spelling bee.
Student enrollment at Flint Hill Elementary School continues to climb.
Challenge Charter Academy will close at the end of this school year.
First lady Sandra Deal and Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning Commissioner Bobby Cagle visited South Salem Elementary School.
- FFA Center hosting summer camps, mud race
- Care being given to restore Porterdale Gym as architect intended
- 'Manifold Greatness' exhibit chronicles history, impact of King James Bible
- Wicks: Developer would pay for sewer line upgrade
- Montessori School open house Tuesday
- Machinery fire reported at Dart
- Barge visits Newton academy
- Newton Citizen Poll for May 19, 2013
- RCPS hopes to keep special programs; More furlough days possible
- Jack Simpson: Bees in danger
- Covington amending temp sign ordinance
- Covington Council approves mayor's economic development plan 1 comment
- Tuesday's BOC meeting canceled: Work session on firearms discharge to be held at later date 8 comments
- Officials oppose three bills with local impact 1 comment
- BOC votes to bid out lawn service
- BOC does not revote on lawn contract 21 comments
- Knight named Covington city manager 8 comments
- Council denies Treadwell appointment; goes back to drawing board on city manager search 7 comments
- Douglas running for Congress 19 comments
- Council divided over city manager appointment 2 comments