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Social Circle junior earns spot in Junior Olympics as marksman

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Children, parents adapt to distance learning with campuses closed

Boards must agree to extend attendance pact

Systems, academies react to the threat of illness

Athens Technical College will extend its spring break, then expand online learning, due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

The Walton County Board of Education is poised to approve a new construction project that will lead to major renovations and new construction at Bay Creek Elementary School.

A longtime Walton County teacher was charged with public intoxication after being arrest outside her school.

Dwindling enrollment forced the board of Covenant Christian Academy to make a tough decision. The school won't reopen for 2019-20.

Hooker dives in as he starts job with Social Circle

Come 8 a.m. Monday, Robbie Hooker will be ready to go on the first day of his new job leading the Social Circle City Schools.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has selected local students recognized by their schools for achievements, character, leadership and/or community involvement.

The beginning of summer break brings vacation Bible schools at churches

Drama class puts on a show for spring musical season

Foothills Charter School was initially created as an answer to north and Middle Georgia’s dropout problem.

Board members debate what to ask the 10 semifinalists

SOCIAL CIRCLE — The Social Circle Board of Education voted to approve a new student resource officer agreement for the coming school year, switching service to the Social Circle Police Department after several years with the Walton County Sheriff’s Office.

Loganville Christian Academy announced the hiring of Carol Cheney as the first director of its Hybrid Program.

Local sophomore launches campaign to raise funds for leukemia society

Trip to Belize lets students learn health care techniques

The Walton County School District received a four-star Financial Efficiency Star Rating from the Georgia Department of Education for 2018.

School debuts three-week immersive learning program