Hiram lady Hornets concluded their regular season tennis season on a good note with a victory over Douglas County 5-0 in a non-region meet.
The National Society Of High School Scholars (NSHSS) today announced student John Ceriani III from Hiram Ga. has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society recognizes top scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership, scholarship and community commitment.
Chattahoochee Tech Foundation honored the recipients of 98 different scholarships at its annual scholarship reception held Friday, March 30, on the North Metro Campus in Acworth. Representing a wide variety of programs offered at Chattahoochee Technical College, the 98 students were awarded scholarships amounting to $103,000.
March 27th, East Paulding Girls Soccer vs Kell Ending in a 2-1 Loss at Home.
Hiram girls along with team Ga went to girls nationals in Oklahoma They placed 4th in the nation!
The Paulding County Patriots righted the ship in the region with a much-needed sweep of the Hiram Hornets last week in region 7 5A action. The victories were almost must win in the region as the Patriots were off to a rough start.
The Hiram Stinger Battalion Drill Team qualified to attend the State Drill Competition when placing in the events of Female Regulation Armed Platoon, Unarmed Platoon, Unarmed Squad, and Armed Squad at the Area Drill Meet held at Langston Hughes High School.
NPHS Fly Fishing and Cold Water Conservation Club assisted the Cohutta and Coosa River Chapters of Trout Unlimited with a workday on Raccoon Creek which is located on Paulding Forest WMA. Along with Georgia DNR personnel, Thirty-four volunteers worked on trails and gathered trash along the banks of this pristine body of water. This was the 5th time this annual event was held.
The Technical College System of Georgia has awarded the Paulding County School District $3.15 million to help construct a new College and Career Academy that will develop job skills in students to help meet the future needs of employers in Paulding County.
Georgia Highlands College has saved students over $6 million by eliminating textbook costs and providing free digital options. GHC’s faculty have been working since fall 2015 to expand Open Education Resources (OER) courses each semester.
Dallas Elementary has named Alicia Jones Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018! Mrs. Jones is a second-grade teacher and has been teaching at Dallas for five years. She exemplifies what it is to be a Dallas Bulldog with her passion and dedication to teaching.
W. C. Abney Elementary 5th grade Venture teacher Mrs. Tonya Bradley led her class through each process of creating a unique invention. The girls (team name Tech-Nados) invented the 4 Ever Marker and were chosen to represent Abney at the State Level at Georgia Tech for the 2018 K-12 InVenture Prize.
These awards are well-deserved and this year is no exception. Congratulations to Mrs. Melissa Westmoreland our 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year and to Mrs. Christina Russell our 2017-2018 Parapro of the Year!
Congratulations to Mrs. Latonya Glanton, New Georgia’s Teacher of the Year! Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Murdock, New Georgia’s Parapro of the Year!