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Johnston County Public Schools students and teachers are putting $16,000 in grant money that was awarded this month to use in innovative practices in their classrooms and schools. The JCPS … more
Anderson Creek Academy students were treated to a holiday performance by members of the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra last month. Students enjoyed holiday music from around the world and learning … more
Johnston County Public Schools named three former educators — Hazel Sanders, Phyllis Parrish and Joyce Wade — as the 2018 Living Legend Award recipients. The Living Legend Award is presented … more
Paige Johnson of Angier was named to the dean’s list at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., for the fall 2018 semester. Eligibility is based on a minimum course load of 12 hours and a quality … more
The Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce and HomeTowne Realty are celebrating Christopher Hearn as the Teachers Lead Four Oaks, Teacher of the Month recipient. Mr. Hearn was presented with a certificate … more
Todd Sutton was sworn in to the Johnston County Board of Education on Dec. 7 at the Johnston County Courthouse in Smithfield. Mr. Sutton was sworn in by Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Thomas … more
Sen. Phil Berger visited Meadow School to hold an informal Town Hall with students on Dec. 17. Students in third, fourth, fifth and eighth grades were invited to participate in the event and had … more
The Education Committee of the Dunn Area Chamber of Commerce presented a Golden Apple Award to Jacob Fipps, Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department teacher at Triton High School. Dunn Chamber … more
The West Johnston High Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club took home top honors for the fourth consecutive year at the annual N.C. State SADD Conference. The West Johnston High SADD … more
Johnston County Public Schools students, staff, parents and community members connected with local authors at the first-ever JoCo Reads event on Dec. 6 at Selma Elementary. Featured authors … more
The Dunn-Erwin Rotary Club recently recognized Sarah Ashlyn Pope as Student of the Week. Sarah, a senior from Triton High School, is the daughter of Jon and Leslie Pope of Coats. She has been … more
Overhills High School’s honors biotechnology teacher Stacie Siebert invited Allen Bricker, a forensic supervisor at the Fayetteville Police Department, to come speak during her class. Mr. … more
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