KSU Students Empower Community Impact with Service Fellowship

KSU Students Empower Community Impact with Service Fellowship

The Kennesaw State University student body values service and community participation. The university’s Service Fellowship program recently showed students’ dedication to helping local NGOs and neglected areas. Kennesaw State University’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE) organizes the Service Fellowship program, which gives students the chance to work on important social issues. Students acquire hands-on experience … Read more

Honors Program Selection for Cherokee County Students Shines Brightest

Honors Program Selection for Cherokee County Students Shines Brightest

Tennessee outstanding high school students have been selected to partake in the esteemed Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) this summer, adding to the growing list of honors bestowed upon Cherokee County School District (CCSD). Designed to provide a transformative experience of college-level instruction and cultural enrichment at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, this statewide initiative … Read more

Honoring Excellence: A Special Education Teacher Spotlight in Allatoona

Honoring Excellence: A Special Education Teacher Spotlight in Allatoona

Within the dynamic corridors of Allatoona High School, amid the perpetual commotion of the student body, there is an exceptional cohort of instructors whose unwavering commitment and fervor emanate from the walls. Ashley Dinkel and Jacob Longacre, both special education instructors, were recently honored for their exceptional service to the school community and steadfast commitment … Read more

Cherokee County Youth Win Local Science Olympiad

Cherokee County Youth Win Local Science Olympiad

Elementary kids from Cherokee County performed in the local Science Olympiad, demonstrating their creativity and scientific aptitude and securing their future as scientists. The county’s dedication to encouraging science in its youngest students was reflected in the competition’s celebration of curiosity, cooperation, and invention. The Science Olympiad, noted for its hard challenges and numerous scientific … Read more

Despite National Shortages, Georgia’s Nursing Programs Offer Hope

Despite National Shortages, Georgia's Nursing Programs Offer Hope

The COVID-19 epidemic has increased the US registered nurse shortage. Georgia and Texas are exceptions due to the excellence of nursing institutions like Kennesaw State University. KSU’s WellStar Nursing program is known for its strong graduation rates and extensive curriculum. With 830 students in its BSN program and 67 in the master’s program, KSU has … Read more

Woodstock Debuts Trailblazing Leadership Academy for High School Students

Woodstock Debuts Trailblazing Leadership Academy for High School Students

With Mayor Michael Caldwell’s groundbreaking Youth Leadership Academy, Woodstock will experience something special. This hands-on, intensive program is for high school juniors and seniors who desire to be leaders. Under the guidance of experienced professionals, these young hopefuls will study local government and leadership from June 10 to 14. The City of Woodstock and the … Read more

Ball Ground Teacher Honored by CCSD

Ball Ground Teacher Honored by CCSD

One Cherokee County School District (CCSD) Teacher of the Year is celebrated in Ball Ground. This award honors this dedicated teacher’s effect on students and peers. Ball Ground Elementary School’s beloved Mrs. Smith is happy to be selected Teacher of the Year for her hard work, creativity, and passion for teaching. Mrs. Smith’s passion for … Read more

Sixes Elementary Student Warmly Welcomes Deployed Father Upon Reunion

Sixes Elementary Student Warmly Welcomes Deployed Father Upon Reunion

An emotionally touching reunion transpired at Sixes Elementary School, where one pupil was ecstatic to see her deployed father again following months of separation. Those who were present during the sincere embrace were profoundly moved, as the scene encapsulated the qualities of love, perseverance, and the enduring connection that defines a parent and child. The … Read more

Cherokee Schools Get State Awards for Helping Georgia Foster Kids by Raising Money

Cherokee Schools Get State Awards for Helping Georgia Foster Kids by Raising Money

In a heartening display of community spirit and dedication, Cherokee schools have been bestowed with state honors for their exceptional fundraising endeavors aimed at aiding Georgia’s foster youth. This recognition comes as a testament to the unwavering commitment of students, teachers, and administrators toward creating a positive impact in the lives of vulnerable children across … Read more

Member of the State Board of Education, Scott Sweeney, is inviting the public to attend a hearing

Member of the State Board of Education, Scott Sweeney, is inviting the public to attend a hearing

State Board of Education member Scott Sweeney is gearing up to host a crucial public hearing, inviting community members to voice their thoughts and concerns regarding education in our state. This event, slated to take place, will provide a platform for citizens to engage directly with decision-makers, contributing to the shaping of education policies and … Read more