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Georgia Power’s Learning Power program reaches 100,000 students
Georgia Power today announced that 100,000 students in Georgia have now been instructed through the company’s Learning Power program. Learning Power is a statewide education initiative designed to bring energy education into classrooms. Eleven Georgia Power education coordinators work throughout the state teaching the Learning Power curriculum to elementary, middle, and high school students through in-class field trips at no cost to schools.
Ombudsman students visit Morehouse Crown Forum
On Feb. 14 students from the Ombudsman Center in Americus attended the Morehouse College Crown Forum/Founder’s Day Program held on the Morehouse College Campus at the Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel.
- Staley Student of the Month
- Making fruit patterns
- Math facts
Rushing named SGTC Student of Excellence for February
South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) practical nursing student Chris Rushing of Americus was named Student of Excellence for the month of February during the college’s student recognition ceremony held in the John M. Pope Industrial Technology Center on the Americus campus recently.
- Schley County Elementary third-graders enjoy sweet math lesson
- 5th-grade writers
Manson Markette shares decades of horticultural skills with Perry Wellness Center
Shortly after the construction of Perry Wellness Center (PWC) at 302 E. Furlow St., the visitation to the site increased. The brightly decorated corner and lush vegetable and plant gardens lured many local supporters of the Perry family and Stuart Perry, founder of Perry Wellness Center.
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