Rep. Rick Allen Announces 2020 Congressional Art Competition

This contest is open to all high school students (9th – 12th grade) in Georgia’s 12th district. The winning piece will be displayed for one year in the U.S. Capitol, and its student artist will receive an invitation to travel to Washington D.C. to attend the national winners’ reception.

SPOTLIGHT: TJ Davis of Metter High School

This week's student spotlight, brought to you by our Student Spotlight series sponsor Paul Thigpen Chevrolet Buick GMC in Vidalia, is Metter High School Student TJ Davis.

SPOTLIGHT: Elijah Dekle of Metter High School

This week's student spotlight, brought to you by our Student Spotlight series sponsor Paul Thigpen Chevrolet Buick GMC in Vidalia, is Metter High School Student Elijah Dekle.

SPOTLIGHT: Ahmod Collins of Metter High School

This week's student spotlight, brought to you by our Student Spotlight series sponsor Paul Thigpen Chevrolet Buick GMC in Vidalia, is Metter High School Student Ahmod Collins.

SPOTLIGHT: Elijah Oglesby of Metter High School

This week's student spotlight, brought to you by our Student Spotlight series sponsor Paul Thigpen Chevrolet Buick GMC in Vidalia, is Metter High School Student Elijah Oglesby.

Area Penguin Project kick-off meeting is Monday at Statesboro High

The Penguin Project is a national program that provides a supportive environment for children with disabilities to explore their creative talents. This kickoff is regional and covers an 18-county region.

Georgia Southern’s cafe farm-to-table partnership focusing on sustainable, healthy food options

The agriculture and food industry is one of the largest users of water and producers of greenhouse gas emissions, but growing food by using aquaponics, a system of growing produce by using water fertilized by fish, cuts down on both significantly.

Georgia Southern launches lending program for STEM, social studies classrooms in SEGA

The School Outreach Program provides STEM and social studies supplies, including consumable and non-consumable materials, equipment, and teaching aids to member teachers, schools and districts.

Evans County School Makes Enough Improvement to Exit ‘Bottom 5%’ List

TSI schools fall into one of the following categories: Consistently Underperforming Subgroup: The school has at least one subgroup performing in the lowest 5% of all schools in at least 50% of CCRPI components. Additional Targeted Support: Among all schools identified in the “Consistently Underperforming Subgroup” category, the school has at least one subgroup that is performing in the lowest 5% of schools in all CCRPI components.

Georgia Southern High School Dual Enrollment Numbers Up by ~150

The numbers also show dual-enrollment students, new transfer, fully online and overall graduate students helped Georgia Southern University begin to reverse its latest enrollment trend.