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What’s Right With Our Schools: East Laurens Middle School adopts Classworks program

East Laurens Elementary School is using a computer program to enhance students' math skills.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Leader in Me

Sonny Carter Elementary School teaches students everyone is a leader.

Students ‘GEAR UP’ for college success

GEAR UP prepares students with resources and skills needed for college success.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Johnson County Elementary adopts PBIS program

Johnson County Elementary School students are learning how to be responsible, respectful and safe through a new program.

What’s Right With Our School: Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act

For the first time, students, faculty and staff at Pulaski County Elementary are able to eat breakfast and lunch at no cost to them.

What’s Right With Our Schools: The Diamond Academy

The Diamond Academy is part of a an alternative learning environment that is helping students who may have fallen behind in their school work, or need more discipline to graduate on time.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Summer Transition Camp

Upcoming middle school students get a crash course in middle school 101.

What’s Right With Our Schools: HCCA S.T.E.M Camp

The Houston County Career Academy hosts a summer stem camp to expose students to potential career fields.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Future Farmers of America

Student at Warner Robins Middle School are getting out of the classroom and into the barn to learn new skills.

What’s Right With Our Schools: Bibb County volunteers

Bibb County volunteers saved the school system more than 3 million dollars this school year. The school district honored them for their hard work and dedication at the annual awards program.

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Grand Opera House in Macon reopens

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Bright City illuminates alleyways in downtown Macon

Photos are displayed along the second street alleyway from Poplar to Mulberry Street.

It’s the Law: Georgia law concerning Confederate statues

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Attorney J Davis from James W. Davis and Associates joins 41NBC’s Shelby Coates for our weekly segment “It’s the Law.” Across...
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