Agencies interested in becoming a program site for the Recreation Department’s Summer Food Service Program have until May 12 to apply.
Columbia High junior Yahaziah Brown won first place in the Civic Association of Toney Valley’s logo competition.
Twenty-eight students and their teachers from the DeKalb County School District, City Schools of Decatur and participating private high schools were recognized at the DeKalb Chamber’s PAGE STAR Awards Luncheon.
Micah Daniel, a fifth-grader at Barack H. Obama Elementary in Decatur, received first place in the Mobile Apps Category in the 2017 DeKalb School District Technology Fair for elementary, middle and high schools around the county.
Henderson Mill Elementary in Atlanta is the first school in Georgia to receive STEAM certification. STEAM, defined as “science and technology, interpreted through engineering and the arts, all based in mathematical elements,” is interdisciplinary, contextual teaching and learning that provides ...
DeKalb residents ages 14 to 24 can participate in WorkSource DeKalb’s “Youth ROCK! EXPOsed” on April 3-4 at the Georgia Piedmont Technical College Conference Center in Clarkston.
The Greenforest High School Eagles boys basketball team has the makings of a bona fide sports dynasty as it crushed Southwest Atlanta Christian 81-57 to win its second consecutive state championship on March 10.
Kids 8 to 12 can participate in a half-day of Junior Ranger activities on March 19 at Arabia Mountain as part of the Monadnock Madness celebration.
Chamblee Middle School is advancing to the state Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl competition this weekend in Athens after winning first place in the middle school grouping at the annual divisional competition.
Teachers in grades k-12 have until April 15 to apply for Paddle Georgia Educator Scholarships for a weeklong canoe/kayak camping adventure and environmental education training.
Patrons 13 to 17 can participate in a 10-week video production and media literacy workshop beginning March 28 at the Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library.
J.D. candidate Janiel Myers has been named editor-in-chief of the Emory Law Journal, the first black person to hold the position at the law school’s oldest publication.
MLK Jr. High senior Catrina McQueen and Hightower Elementary fifth-grader Morgan Elise Roberts penned winning entries in the Atlanta Dream’s “I Have a Dream” essay contest.
AdvancED will recommend that the DeKalb School District receive a five-year renewal of its accreditation after an intensive review of its academic instruction and financial viability, a preliminary report shows.
DeKalb County students who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics can attend the 2017 STEM Forum on March 18 at Stronghold Christian Church in Lithonia.