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First grade students visit marine lab

Debbie Snapp: Greene Publishing, Inc. The first grade students at Aucilla Christian Academy went on a field trip to the Gulf Specimen Marine Lab in Panacea on  Friday, April 7. They learned about the many different types of sea life at the aquarium. Students were able to hold sea pansies, sea pork, starfish, different types of crabs, and many other interesting creatures. Sharks, stingrays, octopus, and seahorses were all a part of the students’ learning experience. After a tour of the aquarium, the students traveled to Wooley Park for lunch…

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GES strives for parent involvement

Story Submitted On Tuesday, March 28, Greenville Elementary School held their second Academic Parent Teacher Team (APTT) meeting. Through APTT, the staff and faculty of GES have made it their goal to ensure 100 percent parent involvement in the academics of their children. According to a study administered by WestEd, the company which created the APTT program, students spend 33 percent of their time asleep, 55 percent of their time away from school, and a meager 12 percent of their time at school. Due to these statistics, the APTT program…

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NFCC LPN-RN Bridge program Now Accepting Applications for Fall Term 2017

Story Submitted North Florida Community College’s Allied Health Department is accepting student applications for its LPN to RN Bridge program. The program is a one-year/three-term accelerated bridge program leading to an Associate Degree in Nursing (A.D.N.) for individuals holding a current certificate and licensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse. Classes for the 2017 Fall Term are set to begin in August 2017; deadline to apply is June 1. According to NFCC Allied Health Advisor Debbie Bass, potential students should contact NFCC now to begin the application process for fall classes…

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MCCS to host guest speaker

Rick Patrick: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Monday, April 3, Madison County Central School (MCCS) will be hosting noted speaker and educator, Dr. John Hodge. Hodge is the president and co-founder of the Urban Learning and Leadership Center (ULLC), an organization focused on student achievement and reduction of the achievement gap. He has served as a teacher and school administrator, as well as the Director of the An Achievable Dream Academy. An Achievable Dream Academy is a high performing, high poverty, inner city school that has received numerous national awards. Hodge…

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