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MMS girls win Battle in the ‘Boro

The Metter Middle School Competition Cheerleading Squad won first place in Small Middle School Competition at this weekend’s Battle in the ‘Boro, held at Statesboro High School. Team members include (front row, l-r) Faith Johnson; Gabbi Lockhart; Olivia Thigpen; Taylor Griggs; Mary Motes; Caroline Burton; (back row) Tyra Howard; Anniston...
METTER, GA
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August Students of the Month announced

The JCES staff members nominated students for the August “FLY Students of the Month” to reweard academic excellence and behavior. Students received a Planters Electric t-shirt and lunch provided by the Millen Dairy Queen.
MILLEN, GA
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CHS exceeds state average graduation rate for fourth year

The Georgia Department of Education announced last week the state’s graduation rate of 83.7% for 2021. With Claxton High School’s (CHS) 2021 graduation rate of 89.19%, the school has exceeded the state average for the fourth year. Dr. Marty Waters, superintendent of Evans County Charter School System released….. To read...
CLAXTON, GA
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Former Armstrong employees work to bring Celebrate back to campus

Students walked through campus to find over seventy booths lining the brick path leading to the Residential Plaza, facing University Hall, and stretching all the way to the edge of the Sports Center parking lot. University colleges and departments, community vendors and student organizations invited students to play games and handed out prizes and information about their department. Students also played archery tag, climbed the rock wall, watched the dance team performance, rode the mechanical bull, or donated a dollar to the Armstrong Commitment Fund for a chance to dunk someone in the dunk tank. All of these booths and activities were set up from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21 to attend an event President Kyle Marrero named Celebrate Together.
STATESBORO, GA

Bulloch County Schools to host Employee Recruitment Fair on Oct. 26

School district hiring for current openings of all job types. Bulloch County Schools will host an Employee Recruitment Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Sallie Zetterower Elementary School, located at 1200 Cawana Road in Statesboro. The event will help make local and area residents more aware of the substitute, full-time and part-time employment opportunities with the school district.
STATESBORO, GA
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REMINDER: Ogeechee Tech’s Fall Open House Saturday October 23

Ogeechee Technical College’s Fall Open House will be held on Saturday, October 23, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., in the Joseph E. Kennedy Building(see campus map below). Registration is not required, but is encouraged. All students and parents/guardians are welcome. Students will have the opportunity to gather information about the...
STATESBORO, GA
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It’s Metter over MCA, 28-6

The number four-ranked Metter Tigers remain undefeated on the season after picking up a big region victory Friday night. The Tigers defeated McIntosh County Academy 28-6 in The Jungle to improve to 7-0 overall and 4-0 in region play. With the loss, MCA drops to 2-4-1 overall and 2-2 in the region. Metter remains tied for first place in Region 3-A while the Bucs drop to fourth.
METTER, GA
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Gamecocks overwhelm Portal 47-20 on Homecoming

In a game that most figured to be close, the Screven County football Gamecocks scored on their first three opening quarter possessions en route to an easy 47-20 rout of visiting Portal’s Panthers in a battle of teams that came in at 0-6 each. Played at Kelly Memorial Stadium on...
PORTAL, GA
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MMS Cheerleaders compete

The Metter Middle School Competition Cheerleading Squad has started off the season with two second-place finishes in their first two competitions. The first, The Sweet Onion Cheer Classic, was held on October 9 at Vidalia High School. The second competition, on October 16, was the Gamecock Challenge, hosted by Screven County High School but located at Georgia Southern University.
METTER, GA
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BOE approves naming of facilities; Albert, Lynn, Holland recognized

Board members of the Evans County Charter School System approved the naming of three facilities after former educators and coaches Virginia Albert, Durell Lynn, and Dr. Diane Holland, during its October 12 meeting. (A track, gymnasium, and administrative area will be named) To read the full article, pick up a...
EVANS COUNTY, GA
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VHS Cheer team Takes First in Statesboro

(L-R) (Top) Coach Julie Spivey, Jadhari Jones, Danni Thompson, Hayden Williamson, Zoey Alvarez, Rocki Johnson. (Middle) Rebecca Evans, Celeste Hodges, Hailey Metts, Jayla Phillips, Breanna Barfield, Brynna Wheeler, Emma Neesmith, Coach Ann Michele Toole. (Bottom) Abby Barr, Cadence Lanier, AnnaBeth Martin, Rebekah Bell, Reagan Burton, Braylie Davis, Heidi Barfield ;...
STATESBORO, GA
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Bulloch County Schools to host Employee Recruitment Fair on Oct. 26

Bulloch County Schools will host an Employee Recruitment Fair on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 5:30-7 p.m., at Sallie Zetterower Elementary School in Statesboro. In a release from the school system, Director of Public Relations Hayley Greene said, “The event will help make local and area residents more aware of the substitute, full-time and part-time employment opportunities with the school district.”
BULLOCH COUNTY, GA
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The Graduating Senior’s Fall 2021 Commencement Checklist

All graduating seniors should have received a commencement checklist in their university email whether or not they plan to attend graduation in December. For seniors who will attend graduation in December, they need to do several things to make sure they are ready:. Pay $35 graduation fee through their WINGS...
STATESBORO, GA
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The pros and cons of changing your major

The ultimate benefit of changing your major is that you would be able to study what you love, but your timing could affect your graduation. Ultimately, changing your major will change what your pathway to graduation looks like as it will change what classes you have to take and when you take them, but this can be absolutely worth it if you love what you are studying and are able to reach those goals you set for yourself,” said Jennifer Syno, director of advising.
PORTAL, GA