A.R. Johnson Engineering and Health Sciences Magnet School held a joint Career Day with Murphey Middle School on February 27, 2015. Students from both schools attended sessions held by various businesses from our community. Click here to view the slideshow from the event
Schools celebrate Dr. Seuss Day and Read Across America Read more...
The ARC and Westside Academic Decathlon teams traveled to state competition this weekend. ARC placed 11th overall and 7th in the Large School Systems category. They received medals and plaques for being named the Rookie Team of The Year. Duncan Kleinbub had the highest Economics score in the state. Westside placed 15th and Senior Ben Overlie won 4 gold medals at the Varsity level for Art, Science, Social Science and Language/Literature. Congratulations to both schools, all team members and coaches EJ Sharif and David Bradberry for a job well done!!! WAY TO GO ARC, WHS, Duncan & Ben!!!
Sue Reynolds' 4th Grade STEM Class Wins!
Jordan Price, Jonathan Ross, Amari Bonner, and Ashlynn Boseman from Mrs. Carter's 4th grade class participated in the STEM Challenge on February 21st. It was hosted by the Academy of Richmond County and 11 schools competed. The competition consisted of three engineering challenges where students had to use every day materials to create new structures that served different purposes. Congratulations to Sue Reynolds, the students and Mrs. Carter...Way to Go!!!
Freedom Park School will welcome spring by participating in Georgia Walk to School Day on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. Approximately 600 students and their families, along with soldiers from the 15th Signal Brigade will start walking to school at 7:30 a.m., with walking school buses arriving at school by 7:50 a.m. Once at school, the will be greeted by the Garrison Commander. Read more...
Lake Forest Hills Elementary Schools celebrated Rare Disease Day today in honor of one of our students Frances Brown.
Spirit Creek Middle School celebrated Black History Month with Superior Court Judge Carl C. Brown, Jr. Judge Brown spoke about his life experiences and gave students tips for success in career and life.
On Friday, February 13, 2015 students were devoted to stopping cardiovascular disease and stroke. Copeland Elementary students raised $1,525.50 for Jump-Rope for Heart. Coach Bethany O'Brien led the effort to build healthier lives through this service learning project with the American Heart Association. Way to go Copeland!