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Longtime Richmond County school official retires

About 100 colleagues on Thursday celebrated the career of Virginia Bradshaw, who served as the assistant superintendent of instruction, a position she held for the past 17 years.
State Superintendent John Barge to visit A.R. Johnson Magnet School

A.R. Johnson was recently named a 2012 Georgia School of Excellence in Student Achievement.
Georgia schools chief honors Stevens Creek Elementary School

Georgia school Superintendent John Barge recognized Stevens Creek Elementary School on Tuesday as one of the state's top schools.
School makes finals for national awards

In the midst of restructuring, C.T. Walker Traditional Magnet School has something to celebrate.
Evans Middle official takes top job in Warren County

Evans Middle School Assistant Principal Vanessa Watkins is packing her bags and heading to Warren County.
Not the smell of success

...including smearing feces on the walls and soap dispensers and soiling giant rolls of toilet paper. The odorous escapades on the third- and eighth-grade wings happened the same week the K-8 school was named a Georgia School of Excellence.
School endures pranks

...lesson: Children will be children no matter how smart they are. The same week the K-8 school was named a Georgia School of Excellence, restroom revelry on the third-grade and eighth-grade wings resulted in giant rolls of soiled toilet paper...
In praise of good schools

Stevens Creek Elementary School has a lot going for it; parents have known that for a long time. But this week the school earns more crowing rights, as it was named a Georgia School of Excellence, joining Riverside Middle School, which won the honor last year, and Lakeside High School, the 1998-99 winner. Whenever a school is honored with such an award, the entire community of parents, teachers, learners and even business owners can be proud, because each of those groups is vital to creating a good learning environment.
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School honored by state

Stevens Creek Elementary School has been named a Georgia School of Excellence - a trifecta for that Columbia County school zone. If you live in the Stevens Creek district, you now can go to elementary, middle and high school in a Georgia School of Excellence. Riverside Middle School earned the honor last year, and Lakeside High School won it in the 1998-99 school year.