Posted: 08/11/2006 - Some important information for Murphey Middle School students and their parents. The school day will now begin at 9:15 a.m. and end at 4 p.m.
Posted: 08/10/2006 - Students transferring from non-Title I high schools, i.e., Butler and Hephzibah, must provide their own transportation. In accordance with the federal No Child Left Behind Act, transportation will be provided to those students transferring from the following Title I schools: Glenn Hills High School, T.W. Josey High School and Lucy C. Laney High School.
Posted: 08/07/2006 - There is a new Area 2 Superintendent in Aiken County. Rosie Berry, former principal of Byrd Elementary, has been approved for the job.
Updated: 08/04/2006 - Dates, times, and locations for the distribution of school supplies to those in need.
Updated: 01/11/2007 - One of the most important things parents can do to ensure their children are ready to take on the challenges of a new school year is to take them for a back-to-school eye exam.
Posted: 08/03/2006 - As thousands of Georgia students head back to school, the Georgia Optometric Association (GOA) is joining with the American Optometric Association (AOA) in calling attention to parents' lack of knowledge about eye health and vision care.
Posted: 08/01/2006 - The Richmond County School Board is trying to avoid getting in the middle of a lawsuit. BOE member A.K. Hasan says the leaders will not designate school bus stops tonight like they had planned.
Posted: 07/27/2006 - The seventh annual Back to School Festival kicks off Saturday, July 29. You can get information on things like immunization requirements and drug and alcohol safety. Health screenings will also be available.
Updated: 01/11/2007 - The Georgia and South Carolina tax-free holiday is this coming weekend.
Posted: 07/14/2006 - Shirts will stay tucked in at Richmond County schools. The school board had considered changing the dress code to allow students to untuck their shirts to go with more popular fashions.
Posted: 07/13/2006 - A construction delay in the new Columbia County middle school means another year of overcrowding for many students. The original bid didn't fit the budget, so they're looking for a better deal and pushing the deadline back to August 2008.