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UGA graduate makes top ten in Miss America competition

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Recent UGA graduate Carly Mathis is the first Miss Georgia contestant to advance to the Miss America Top 15 since 2009.
Source: Red&

 Students and faculty debate hot topics at University of North Georgia
University of North Georgia’s Politically Incorrect Club held its “Constitution Day” debate.
Source: Gainesville Times

 Construction of the archway at Brenau Downtown Center to wrap up soon
Source: Gainesville Times

 Morris Brown College back in bankruptcy court

 Maria Saporta: A look at Ga. Tech’s new dean of the College of Architecture
“The new dean of Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture — Steven French — was originally drawn to Atlanta in 1992 because he viewed it as a “great laboratory” for city planning and development challenges.”

Two Augusta campuses named military friendly again
Georgia Regents University and Georgia Military College’s Augusta campus have gained national recognition for providing outstanding educational opportunities for the area’s military community. 
Source: Augusta Chronicle

Muscogee County’s newest elementary school to be named after civil rights leader
The school being constructed on Benning Drive will be named Dorothy Height, whom President Obama called “the godmother of the civil rights movement.” She died in 2010, but had no connection with Columbus.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Officials to unveil fitness centers at three schools this week
The National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Council is scheduled to officially open fitness centers at Berkmar Middle School in Lilburn and C.L. Gideons Elementary and Harper Archer Elementary school in Atlanta this week.

Source: Athens Banner-Herald

• $100,000 fitness center opens at Berkmar Middle School
Jake Steinfeld, of “Body by Jake,” cut the ribbon on the fitness center and spoke to students about the importance of fitness.
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post 

Gainesville School Board gives poor grade to janitorial contractor
Southern Management took over the cleaning of city schools on July 1st.

Habersham County schools to get upgraded wireless service
The upgrade will enable BYOD (bring your own device) learning to Habersham County schools.

Rockdale County BOE approves $8 million tax anticipation note
The loan, which was recommended by Superintendent Rich Autry, will be used to bridge the gap between tax collections and expenses until the end of the year. By law, the TAN must be repaid by Dec. 31.
Source: Rockdale Citizen


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