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Fayette county public schools seek input on math textbook adoption

Fayette County Public Schools is looking for feedback from parents and the community as they adopt K-5 mathematics textbooks for the 2023-2024 school year. The two textbook vendors are Savvas (formerly Pearson) enVision and Curriculum Associates iReady Classroom, which the textbook committee recommended. While the district office’s mathematics department is expected to present to the […]

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Fayette County Schools to Pivot to Mandatory Masks on Tuesday, August 24

In a letter to parents on Monday, Fayette County Schools will require masks in all schools and office buildings starting Tuesday, August 24 through September 17, 2021, with the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the community. Currently, 16 of their 24 schools have face-covering requirements after one percent of their staff and student population […]

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Sandy Creek High School Alumni, Calvin Johnson, Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame

Former Sandy Creek High School standout, Calvin Johnson is now officially a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame after his induction on Sunday, August 8. A former three-year starter and almost State Player of the year in 2003, Johnson went on to Georgia Tech where he finished his college career, second in catches, first […]

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Fayette County elementary schools receive grant for fresh fruits and vegetables

North Fayette and Spring Hill Elementary in Fayette county will have fresh fruits and vegetables thanks to a federal grant by the United States Department of Agriculture. The schools were given a grant from the Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program, which is designed for schools with a high number of students on free or reduced-price […]

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Fayette County Schools seeking students for superintendent leadership program

Fayette County Public Schools students can learn more about the district and develop leadership skills through a new training program announced Thursday. The program, the Superintendent’s Business and Community Leadership Training Program, will meet over the course of six months for five sessions covering a range of topics to better understand the school system, according […]