- Agenda for tonight's Dalton Board of Education meeting
Graves to hold Military Academy Day on Saturday
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ranger, will host Military Academy Day 2013 on Saturday at Sonoraville High School in Calhoun. This event is for students in grades 8-12 who are interested in attending one of the U.S. military academies after graduating from high school. Representatives from the five academies will be on hand to talk with students and take questions.
Regents seeking $49M more next fiscal year
The Georgia Board of Regents on Wednesday signed off on a $1.93 billion budget request for next fiscal year, which represents a $48.9 million increase over the current year.
Every student ‘has a great potential’
Amy Gleaton, who has taught at Dalton Public Schools for 10 years, spent the past two teaching science at Dalton High School.
Barge plans run for governor
Georgia state schools Superintendent John Barge says he will be challenging Gov. Nathan Deal in next year’s Republican primary.
Power outage closes Dalton Middle early (Updated 6:15 p.m.)
Dalton Middle School students were dismissed at 1:15 p.m. today due to a power outage that affected the entire campus. School officials and Dalton Utilities staff are investigating the cause.
The state of Dalton State
Many people seem to know what’s best for Dalton State College. Some say more parking is needed; others say more dorm rooms or more student activity options are a must.
Tuition isn’t only bill college students see
Despite all the grumbling about tuition increases and student loan costs, other college expenses also are going up.
Summer Transition students prepped for kindergarten
A group of pre-kindergarten students officially became kindergartners at Blue Ridge Elementary School last Friday.
School officials ‘put the brakes’ on Southeast track renovation
School officials prematurely began renovating the track at Southeast Whitfield High School instead of requesting bids as required by state law, Mike Ewton, director of operations for Whitfield County Schools, said.
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