Five students from Gainesville High School finished strong at the state literary competition. The competition is sponsored annually by the Georgia High School Association and consists of 11 events ranging from humorous to dramatic interpretations.
presented a check for $1,500 to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Jackson County for the proceeds from the Kid's Day event at Tanger in the fall. Tanger had partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs not only to raise money but also to provide a growth opportunity for the members of the club.
Joseph Metzger, a special investigator in the Unemployment Insurance Integrity Division in the GDOL's central office in Atlanta, graduated from the GDOL's Executive Commitment to Excellence in Leadership 2015 class.
AT&T Inc. has awarded Challenged Child and Friends a $5,000 grant from its AT&T CARES program. The funding received from AT&T will assist Challenged Child and Friends as it provides its unique program of integrating typical children and children with developmental delays and disabilities.
Clarkson University mathematics and chemical engineering student Leah Granger of Flowery Branch was one of the students honored for their research presentation during the 18th annual Summer Symposium on Undergraduate Research Experiences.
Lakeview Academy seniors Nina Ghosn, Corey Matyas and Emma Reinhardt were named AP Scholars with Distinction. To receive this honor, students must score an average score of 3.5 on all AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.
September 29, 2015|
Times staff reports