COVID-19 numbers force East Hall High to cancel in-person instruction beginning Monday
East Hall High School will operate remotely beginning Monday, Dec. 7, and continuing for at least three days. The Hall County School System made the announcement Friday afternoon following a significant amount of absences among staff and students resulting from COVID-19 positive cases.
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Students compete at 4-H Project Achievement
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On March 10, 26 Hall County 4-H’ers competed in the Northeast Georgia 4-H Project Achievement contest at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton. The event was attended by 4-H’ers in grades seven through 12 with 719 competitors in all.

4-H volunteer leaders Chuck and Tanya Woodard were honored at the event for their outstanding dedication to Hall County 4-H for their work with the Horse Club and Camping and Recreation Club. Julie McDaniel was also honored for her leadership of the Homeschool 4-H Club.

Two Hall County high school 4-H’ers will compete at Georgia 4-H State Congress in July. They are Rhea Chawla and Alex Johnston. Chawla placed first in the Computer Information Technology Project and Johnston placed second in the Physical, Biological and Earth Science Project. 

7th and 8th grade Junior 4-H results:

Brianna Lee: Crafts, 3rd place, 7th grade

Taylor Rudeseal: Crafts, 2nd place, 8th grade

Eamon McDaniel: Entomology, 1st place, 8th grade

Kayleigh Morris: Fashion Revue, 1st place, 7th grade

Samantha Gunter: Performing Arts, Instrumental, 2nd place, 7th grade

Walker Bailey: Performing Arts, Piano, 1st place, 7th grade

Mauriana Gilbert: Physical, Biological and Earth Sciences, 3rd place, 8th grade

Bryson Burkhalter: Sports, 2nd place, 7th grade

Clifton Tullar: Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors, 1st place, 7th grade

Kennedy Smallwood: Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors, 1st place, 8th grade

9th through 12th grade Senior 4-H results:

Rhea Chawla: Computer Information Technology, 1st place

Julianna Nuñez: Environmental Science, 2nd place

Emily Williams: Performing Arts, Piano, 2nd place

Alex Johnston: Physical, Biological and Earth Sciences, 2nd place

Camilla Griffin: Poultry and Egg Science, 3rd place

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