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May 18, 2020

Early Voting Starts Today

Early voting began today in Georgia. As with anything this year everything is different.
May 18, 2020

The New Normal of Memorial Day

Parades are synonymous with Memorial Day, but the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will likely prevent any large public remembrance of those who died while in the U.S. Armed Forces.

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May 10, 2020 Local News
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Apr 30, 2020 Local News
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Today in Georgia History

Apr 02, 2020 Local News
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How Ducktown Got it's Name

Apr 01, 2020 Local News
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Mar 31, 2020 Local News
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Seven Teachers Honored

Forsyth County Schools is down to seven of the best teachers for the annual Teacher of the Year Award.

The Forsyth County Teacher of the Year will be announced March 8 at the Celebration of Excellence at the Forsyth Conference Center at 11:30 am.  This year the district changed its annual award process to better reflect the state process.  The finalists this year total seven, when in the past the event had three, one from each school type.  The new system will allow the county to better honor more teachers.  With a school system that is filled with high-achieving students and hard-working teachers to be named one of the top seven is a real honor.  The finalist this year are:

  • Rhonda Slaughter, Matt Elementary School
  • Jackie Shirley, Silver City Elementary School
  • Jessica Nicholson, Whitlow Elementary School
  • Donna Jackson, North Forsyth Middle School
  • Kim Schreiver, South Forsyth Middle School
  • Amy Dykes, North Forsyth High School
  • Julie Hunt, South Forsyth High School
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