It was time for one more graduation Friday morning, recognizing young students who have spent their summer in a classroom setting to remain at grade level in their subjects.
With the elementary school shooting in Newtown, Conn., still a raw memory, the topic of school safety remains timely, particularly as the new school year approaches.
Lanier Technical College is the first technical college in the state to offer an apprenticeship program to its students.
Federal regulators are considering new safety standards and technologies for school buses, while locally all motorists are being urged to practice caution on the roads throughout the upcoming school year.
Georgia leaders announced Monday the state will develop its own assessments for the Common Core standards, opting out of a national consortium in the process of creating those tests.
An action committee will study Hall County Schools' social studies curriculum, as approved by the Board of Education at its Monday meeting.
Families who need extra assistance in securing school supplies and other necessities have two options for relief this week.
What started as an alternative high school choice for the Gainesville school system now presents a number of options for students who, for whatever reason, don't quite fit in with the traditional high school setting.
Republicans took the first step Friday in replacing the No Child Left Behind Act, with the House of Representatives voting for the proposed Student Success Act.
The Hall County and Gainesville school systems have opted out of a federal meal program intended to provide easier access to free or reduced-price meals for K-12 students.
A Gainesville nonprofit was recently the target of a copper theft, with at least $8,000 worth of the material taken from piping at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
The Gainesville City Board of Education will hold two focus groups for input on the superintendent search.
The sounds of Chinese, Russian and Arabic mingle as college students converse throughout the day.
The time-intensive work is complete, and the final construction of the North Hall High School STEM facility should go quickly and be done by the beginning of the school year.
The Gainesville City Board of Education approved a bid for the demolition and landscaping of a property on Rainey Street at its Monday meeting.
A Lula man arrested on heroin trafficking charges has now been placed under an immigration hold.
The controversial annexation and rezoning requests of a large portion of land in South Hall County has been approved by the Flowery Branch City Council.
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