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Sun, 03/07/2010 - 6:08pm
By: Cal Beverly

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PTC to hear pitch for senior apartments

A company wanting to build an age-restricted apartment complex in Peachtree City will make a pitch to the City Council Tuesday night in a workshop meeting.

F’ville may continue to relax sign usage

The Fayetteville City Council at the March 4 meeting will consider a resolution that would continue to relax the requirements on certain business signs for an additional six months due to the continuing recessionary downturn in the local economy.

Fire damages PTC home; no one hurt

A fire significantly damaged a home on Gelding Garth in Peachtree City this afternoon.

When firefighters arrived at 100 Gelding Garth, flames were visible from the rear of the home. The fire was deemed under control in about half an hour with about 20 firefighters responding to the scene, officials said.

PTC tourism director resigns

The executive director of the Peachtree City Tourism Association has resigned, the association announced Friday morning.

CEC Night High School extends Registration through August 28

Registration for Coweta County Night High School classes has been extended through Tuesday, August 28. Interested students can register Monday through Thursday, 12 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. during that period, at the Central Educational Center.

Principal Changes, School Opening and New Immunization Requirements

Some students will start off the school year with a few changes when they return on August 13.

Students at Peachtree City Elementary and Hood Avenue Primary will notice different principals at the helm. Kristen Berryman, former principal of Hood Avenue, is now the principal of Peachtree City Elementary. She swapped her post with principal Kiwanna Kennedy who is now at Hood Avenue. Both principals, whose schools have earned “distinguished” status under their leadership through the No Child Left Behind Act, say they are looking forward to getting to know their new students and parents.

Financial Report Receives Highest Honor

Financial reports are usually not on most people’s top 10 list of must read items but the one published by the Fayette County Board of Education might change that.

Fayette County educator voted President-Elect of Professional Association of Georgia Educators

The Professional Association of Georgia Educators (PAGE) has announced that Mike Smith, Assistant Principal at Sara Harp Minter Elementary School, has been voted president-elect of the more than 69,000 member professional organization, the largest such group in Georgia. His one year term of office as the organization’s president-elect began in June.

Nearly 180 new teachers participated in teacher induction activities July 20-August 3.

Every year teachers new to the Fayette County School System, whether they are a first year teacher or 25-year veteran, are invited to take part in a week-long session to help them become familiar with the county’s teaching philosophies, professional expectations and services. New teachers are also introduced to key county office administrators.

Teachers Heading Back To School Say Georgia Science And Math Program Making Huge Difference In Learning, Enthusiasm

PRISM keeps K-12 teachers sharp, motivated, plugged in

Georgia families know that preparing for a new school year goes beyond taking inventory of children’s wardrobes, restocking basic supplies and coordinating schedules. Shifting gears from the summer break to a more regimented school routine requires mental preparation as well.

Orientations Scheduled for 2007-2008 Academic Year

As students get ready to head back to school on August 13, many will be entering the school system for the first time or graduating to middle or high school.

School calendar 07

Calendar 2007 - 2008

Labor Day September 3, 2007
Staff Dev./Student Holiday October 19, 2007
Thanksgiving November 21 - 23, 2007

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