We’re almost at the end. Today is the last day of the semester: Milestone Make-Up Day. Since we’re a private non-profit organization, community-funded, and not a part of the school system, that means a relaxing wrap-up day for our kids. 287 more words
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Teenagers get a bad rap these days. Adults rarely give them the time of day before laying down a harsh judgment about their generation. At HCLC, we’ve found that when we get to know these young people, show them God’s unconditional love and grace, and inform them with the truth of God’s Word, they have so much potential and goodness inside of them. 282 more words
Cooperative county education has always existed in Georgia.
Children in a border community might go across county lines for convenience of travel.
When Bridgeboro closed its high school in 1953, Worth County permitted a certain district to go to Doerun in Colquitt County, instead of making the long trek to Sylvester. 600 more words