Students and parents from A. Brian Merry and Wilkinson Gardens visited Gay’s Christmas Tree Farm in South Augusta to learn about tree cultivation. To add to the festive mood, students went on a thrilling hayride around the farm and shared hot cocoa and snacks. What a jolly time!
Copeland Elementary School's kindergarten classes embarked on a fun filled day at the Augusta Museum of History. Students were able to blast through the past as they toured the interactive museum and learned about music, culture, politics, fashion, transportation, and influential Augustans. This exciting journey through the CSRA’s history was a perfect way to end a study on life in the past. Thanks to the Augusta Museum of History for collaborating on such an enjoyable event.
Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School takes overall first place in the 18th annual Eco-Meet Challenge! In addition to Davidson, A.R. Johnson, C.T. Walker, Tutt Middle, and the Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School were also represented and took home awards in various categories. Eco-Meet is an environmental science competition open to middle school students in public, private, and home schools in the CSRA. The competition consists of six different testing stations hosted by different member organizations of the CSRA Environmental Science Education Cooperative.
We want to congratulate Mrs. Crystal Jewel Crawford, Ed.S., a teacher at the Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School, for being named one of Georgia Trend magazine’s 40 Under 40 for 2018. This honor celebrates some of the most inspiring leaders under the age of 40 throughout Georgia, and Mrs. Crawford’s career and accomplishments made her a perfect recipient from a pool of more than 300 nominations! For 10 years, Mrs. Crawford has been teaching a variety of subjects to include social studies and business education. She also mentors other educators and is a department chair, school-council secretary, and National Honor Society advisor.
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