O.E.S. Ruth Chapter #3 Wins at “Tea of Stars”

By | August 12, 2009

The International F. & A.M. Masons and O.E.S. Ruth Chapter #3 participated in the “Tea of Stars” and placed first in the Queen Contest, and first place in the table judging contest. The winner of the queen contest was Sis. Dianne Williams. Sis. Williams is a graduate of A.E. Beach High School. She is the mother of two daughters, and … Continue reading “O.E.S. Ruth Chapter #3 Wins at “Tea of Stars””

Union Mission, Inc. Receives 2009 Best of Savannah Award

By | August 12, 2009

Union Mission Corporate has been selected for the 2009 Best of Savannah Award in the Social Services category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA). The USCA “Best of Local Business” Award Program recognizes outstanding local businesses throughout the country. Each year, the USCA identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. … Continue reading “Union Mission, Inc. Receives 2009 Best of Savannah Award”

Three Steps to Register Your Child For School

By | August 12, 2009

Student Registration Forms contain Safe Schools Questionnaire (required for grades 6-12), Opt-Out Notification Form, Code of Conduct/Attendance Truancy Form, and the Release of Student Records Form, Parental Request to Deny Access to Online Technology Resources, Student Residency Questionnaire and a Parent Survey . All students who are new to the school district or reenrolling need to complete the district registration … Continue reading “Three Steps to Register Your Child For School”

A Message From the Savannah Chatham County Board of Education

By | August 12, 2009

Welcome new and returning families! We are delighted that you are choosing Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools for the 2009-2010 school year. All students who are new to the school district or re-enrolling need to complete the registration process. It is important that new students are registered before the first day of school to ensure they are scheduled appropriately for classes. … Continue reading “A Message From the Savannah Chatham County Board of Education”

SCCPSS School Choice and Transfer Options 2009-10

By | August 12, 2009

The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System’s Title I Office, in accordance with The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, has released the dates for parents to apply for a Choice school transfer. Under this legislation, public school districts are required to notify parents of students attending schools identified as “needs improvement.” Students are eligible to transfer to another school … Continue reading “SCCPSS School Choice and Transfer Options 2009-10”

School Board Approves New Bell Times for 2009-10 School Year

By | August 12, 2009

In an effort to better serve our students and reduce transportation costs for the district, the Savannah-Chatham County School Board has voted unanimously to change bell times for the 2009-10 school year. A committee of principals, central office staff and First Student developed the new schedule after several extensive meetings. The new schedule consists of a 4 tier system which … Continue reading “School Board Approves New Bell Times for 2009-10 School Year”

Learning for Life Student of the Year Announced

By | August 12, 2009

This year’s Learning for Life Student of the Year is Aric Bowker. Along with a group of ten other middle school students at Scott Alternative School, Aric participated in a new Learning for Life program during second semester. This group of eleven young men was mentored by a volunteer team of five U.S. Marines. The Marines worked with the students … Continue reading “Learning for Life Student of the Year Announced”

School Registration

By | August 12, 2009

Preparedness 101: Back-to-School Means Going Back to Basics

By | August 12, 2009

As students across Georgia prepare to go back to school, the Ready Georgia campaign encourages parents to be prepared as well. Back-to-school means more than just new clothes, new teachers and new learning; it is also the perfect time to update Ready kits and family communications plans with new school information. What are your schools’ comprehensive emergency plans? How will … Continue reading “Preparedness 101: Back-to-School Means Going Back to Basics”

Savannah Tech Receives $1.1 Million Grant for Child Care Resource and Referral Services

By | August 12, 2009

Early Start CC R & R of Southeast Georgia, operated by the Economic Development Division of Savannah Technical College, has received grant funding of $1.11M to expand its services to 34 counties in the area. This is the fourth year the college has received this funding as a part of the statewide network of agencies dedicated to increasing the number … Continue reading “Savannah Tech Receives $1.1 Million Grant for Child Care Resource and Referral Services”