Stephens Co. BOE Looks At Facility Use Fee Schedule

A Stephens County Board of Education member has asked staff to re-visit the fee schedule for renting the Tugaloo Performing Arts Center at Stephens County High School. Tuesday, school system staff presented proposed modifications to the facility use fee schedule for the school system. School officials said the major adjustments were to convert all existing fees to an hourly schedule […]

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State Releases SAT Averages

The Georgia Department of Education released 2014 district and state level results on the SAT exam earlier this month. According to those figures, Stephens County Schools had a mean of 488 on Critical Reading, 465 on Math, and 455 on Writing, out of 102 test takers. State averages were 488 on Critical Reading, 485 on Math, and 472 on Writing. […]

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NGTC Honors GED Graduates

North Georgia Technical College recognizes a new group of GED graduates. Last year, 353 students completed all parts of the GED® test and they were recognized at a ceremony recently at the Habersham Central High School Auditorium. North Georgia Technical College President Dr. Gail Thaxton told the students they had given themselves a gift that cannot be taken away and […]

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Hospital Authority Elects Officers

The Stephens County Hospital Authority approves its officers for the next 12 months. Monday, the Hospital Authority voted unanimously to keep the same slate of officers for the year ahead as it has had for the past year. That means Mark Wilkinson will again serve as Chairman of the Hospital Authority, while Dr. Robert Slate will serve as the Authority’s […]

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Long Time Toccoa Officer Curtis Scott Passes Away

Law enforcement is remembering a long-time Toccoa police officer. Curtis Scott passed away on Saturday. Scott worked for the Toccoa Police Department for more than 40 years. He started as a part-time patrol officer in October 1967, before he was hired as a full-time officer in March 1971. Scott then remained with the Toccoa Police Department until his retirement in […]

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