5 Glynn County Seniors Named 2020 Georgia Scholars

A total of 295 graduating seniors from across Georgia have been recognized as 2020 Georgia Scholars - 5 of them are from Glynn County.

District to offer drive-thru meal service during school closure

Per USDA guidelines, children must be present in order for meals to be provided. Meals will only be provided for students who are in the car at the time of pick up.

Glynn Academy senior named county STAR student

STAR is the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program that honors Georgia's outstanding high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development.

Glynn Co. high schools earn statewide AP honors recognition

“We are proud to offer these types of opportunities and rigorous programs in both our high schools,” said Superintendent Virgil Cole. “However, like so many other successes, this is really recognition that we have students, teachers, and staff that work really hard.”

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.

Coastal Pines Technical College to Host January Commencement

Georgia State Patrol Assistant Troop I Commander Lieutenant Clay Kicklighter will deliver the commencement address.

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.

Elementary schools win bronze, silver awards on statewide accountability

Greatest Gains schools must earn a three-year average CCRPI Progress Score that ranks in at least the 93rd percentile. Each award category has four tiers: platinum, gold, silver and bronze.

13 Glynn County schools ‘beat the odds’ in student achievement

. “Beating the Odds” is a statistical analysis that compares a school’s actual performance on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) with the performance of schools with similar characteristics from around the state.

Dr. James Pulos named McIntosh County Schools superintendent

In his role as superintendent, Dr. Pulos’ first plan of action is to get to know the community and its people in order to build on the school system’s already strong cultural foundation, as well as evaluate what is working well and address current and future challenges that may impact the schools.