The Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, 1206 East 66th St., a nonprofit organization serving clients with speech pathology and audiology needs, offers free hearing screenings which are open to the public every Thursday from 9-11 a.m. Children ages three years old to adults of all ages are screened on a first-come, first-serve basis by a trained audiology assistant. If necessary, … Continue reading “Free Hearing Screenings Every Thursday”
Great for Grades 1 through 12, College Students, Adult Education, or Career Assistance! Tutor.com offers more than 2,000 tutors who work from their home or office from throughout North America. Tutors include certified teachers, college professors and professional tutors, all with proven subject experience in the fields they tutor. Use your computer, smartphone or tablet. For more information, visit www.liveoakpl.org.
E-reading is a new e-book service for Live Oak Public Libraries users. Over 20,000 titles are available from a variety of small and independent publishers. New books are added weekly. All books allow for multi-user access, so there is never any waiting for a title. E-books are checked out for 14 days and can be renewed. For more information, visit … Continue reading “E-Book”
Search Live Oak Public Libraries catalog and access your account from your mobile device. Their library catalog is now available on mobile devices. Their app allow you to search, place holds, renew items and check your library account on your Apple or Android device.
24 Day Intensive Yoga Teacher Training. Think you’ve got what it takes to teach yoga? Our yoga teacher training intensive is a life and body transformational experience. Savannah Yoga Center has been offering programs since 2007 and graduated over 200 students. Visit www.savannahyoga.com or call 912-232-2994
Juvenile Court judges, The Honorable Lisa Colbert, The Honorable Thomas Cole, and The Honorable Roxanne Formey will welcome 31 new Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers in an outdoor social distanced celebration on Tuesday, October 6th at 5:30pm in the Chatham County Juvenile Court (197 Carl Griffin Dr.) parking lot. As a result of the pandemic, all CASA swearins have … Continue reading “Juvenile Court Judges Welcome New Volunteer Advocates”
After years of work, Pastor Freddie L. Hebron was laid to rest in February of 2013. The missions are continued through his wife, who was actually the first of the two to physically explore the needs of the country. It was her who originally influenced Pastor Freddie to go to Haiti, expressing the need she saw while she was there. … Continue reading “Christian Revival Center Departs For Mission In Haiti”
Lisa Jackson is approaching her one-year anniversary as Education Coordinator at The Savannah African Art Museum (SAAM) located at 201 E. 37th Street and what a year it has been. It’s easy to see why Lisa’s exceptional experience, contagious enthusiasm and keen sense of purpose was such a welcome addition to the staff at the Savannah African Art Museum. But, … Continue reading “Savannah African Art Museum Education Coordinator, Lisa Jackson”
Twenty senior public education leaders, including SCCPSS Superintendent Dr. Ann Levett, have been selected for inclusion in the inaugural cohort of the Fellowship for Public Education Leadership, a 10-month leadership development program at The Broad Center at Yale School of Management. The Fellowship for Public Education Leadership is a tuition-free executive leadership program for senior-level public education leaders from across … Continue reading “Dr. Ann Levett To Participate in Fellowship for Public Education”