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Undergrads will be working with Grady leadership and a leading public relations and marketing agency, Jackson Spalding.
Georgia students in grades 9 through 12 are eligible to apply.
Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Graduation, Awareness
Summer commitment and training pays off for NOHS track teams.
During a normal 180-day school year, nearly 16 million motorists ignore school buses flashing red lights and stop arms.
"We felt like we were being walked on so we walked out," said Editor in Chief Polina Marinova.
The independent student-run newspaper at the University of Georgia is dealing with the exits of top editors in a policy dispute.
Superintendent John Barge nixes idea of no local control for charter schools.
The position is available at Rocky Branch Elementary School.
Recommended levies of 17.5 mils for maintenance and operations and 1 mil for bonds approved Monday were confirmed by the Oconee County Board of Commissioners Tuesday.
The Neighborhood Files, Back to School
And they're off! The 2012-13 school year begins.
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