Tucker High senior Donté Watkins, who founded Second Chance Tutoring, competed in the quarterfinals of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s Youth National Entrepreneurship Challenge in California in October.
In October, students from 17 DeKalb schools saved 52 tons of paper, plastics, wood, and glass from the county landfill.
The nonprofit Sporty Girls Inc., which fosters and develops lifestyle skills among young female athletes, has received $10,000 in grants and volunteer support since August to help girls become well-rounded leaders in the classroom, on the field and in the ...
Students, friends and supporters of Arabia Mountain High School in Lithonia need votes through Nov. 19 to help Omarri Suggs’ family win a top prize for the school in the National Red Ribbon Photo Contest.
Child care workers and early education providers in Georgia are on notice to look for symptoms of enteroviruses and influenza among children in their care.Child care workers and early education providers in Georgia are on notice to look for symptoms ...
Health insurance marketplace information and enrollment assistance will be available at three DeKalb Public Library branches on Nov. 17, 20 and 24 to help residents seeking coverage for 2015.
mory University Medical School is the only Georgia-based college to make a national list of colleges and universities that have divested themselves of tobacco money.
Your health needs change from year to year. And your health plan may change the benefits and costs each year too. That’s why it’s important to review your Medicare choices each fall.
DeKalb Medical’s Nutrition and Diabetes Education Center has earned kudos from the American Diabetes Association for its self-management education program that offers individual and group training and pre-diabetes classes.
Tucker Middle School is the first middle school in Georgia to win STEM certification.
Ny’Asia Bell, Victoria Smiley, Brooke Harris and Shauna Stewart, sixth-graders at Wadsworth Magnet School for High Achievers, made history at a STEM Science Bowl in September in New Orleans – they were the first African-American all-female team and the youngest ...
Disney Jr.’s Ella the Elephant will help welcome Santa Dan to the Mall at Stonecrest on Nov. 15.
Wadsworth Magnet School for High Achievers is a National Beta School of Distinction.
Students, families and schools have until Nov. 4 to enter the Red Ribbon Photo Contest for a chance to win an iPad and $1,000 for their k-12 school of choice.
DeKalb students will have greater access to technology through an $8.4 million grant from the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement.