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Looking ‘Through the Lens’

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Looking ‘Through the Lens’

Student photographers from Northgate High School are in the spotlight at the Nixon Centre. Apr. 19, 2:29 PM


Education Briefs

A listing of upcoming events and accolades for Coweta students. Apr. 19, 2:13 PM

Evans Middle School students play against teachers in basketball game

Evans Middle School students play against teachers in basketball game

​Evans Middle School students and teachers faced off against each other in a student versus teacher basketball game. Apr. 06, 3:36 PM



Regional robotics competition held at Summit Family YMCA

Regional robotics competition held at Summit Family YMCA

​Nitish Sudhakar, Logan Hunter and Sharaf Kaibir, students at J.C. Booth Middle School in Peachtree City, display the aquatic robot used by their team in the SeaPerch Challenge underwater robotics competition. Mar. 24, 10:00 AM

Northgate’s Armitage selected for National Youth Orchestra

Paul Armitage of Northgate High School has been selected for the 2019 National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America. Mar. 22, 11:16 PM

Coweta students win at Inventure Challenge

Coweta students win at Inventure Challenge

Students from Coweta schools recently competed in the K-12 Inventure Challenge, winning several awards. Apr. 14, 12:46 AM

Newnan High senior selected for Honor Band of America

Newnan High senior selected for Honor Band of America

​Austin Thornton, a senior at Newnan High School, has been named to the 2019 Honor Band of America. Mar. 16, 7:07 PM

Robinson family recognized for their generosity to the Central Library

Robinson family recognized for their generosity to the Central Library

“I’m pleased with it because I have a place where I can take my grandkids,” said Whatley. Mar. 08, 9:51 AM

Education Briefs

The University of West Georgia’s School of the Arts will host a session of “The Other Night School” Tuesday, Feb. 19. Feb. 15, 4:17 PM

Lee Middle School essay winners recognized

Lee Middle School essay winners recognized

Lee Middle School's Patriot's Pen winners recently were recognized. Jan. 26, 6:48 PM

Noah Watson crowned champion Coweta speller

The Bee’s Knees

Noah Watson crowned champion Coweta speller

Noah Watson correctly spelled “gestapo” to win the Coweta County School System’s Spelling Bee. Jan. 21, 9:27 AM


More Education

Odyssey first-graders participate in gingerbread man exchange

First-graders are learning facts about their neighbors in the United States. Jan. 26, 6:52 PM

Repeat state champion Northgate Viking cheerleaders honored

Board members recognized Coach Sarah Frazier and her athletes – again – at their Tuesday meeting. Jan. 18, 8:25 PM

Coweta County students earn degrees from UWG

University of West Georgia President Kyle Marrero conferred more than 850 undergraduate and graduate degrees at UWG’s fall semester commencement. Jan. 11, 9:25 PM

Odyssey Charter ‘Mathletes’ start season

Each grade level chooses representatives from its classes – Mathletes – to compete in a math competition between other classes. Jan. 08, 8:32 PM

VFW Post 2667 essay winners advance to district

The Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest is an annual competition that is open to all students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades, including home-schoolers and students from private, public and online schools. Jan. 08, 8:29 PM

Newnan Student awarded $24,000 Rotary scholarship

The scholarship, valued at over $24,000, covers room, board, tuition and a monthly stipend for the 2019-2020 academic year. Jan. 07, 11:44 AM

Smokey Road eighth-grader is aspiring poet

Aleah Smith has been filling pages with original poetry since she was in first grade. Jan. 12, 4:59 PM

ECHS grad studies abroad, excavates remains

Going medieval Dec. 26, 11:48 AM

Newnan High teacher honored with state education award

For Newnan High School’s John Garner, the decision to become a high school teacher was all about improving lives. Dec. 22, 9:58 PM

Living history comes to Newnan High School

Aout 65 veterans attended to share their stories with the students. Jan. 05, 6:31 PM


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Video

Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 7

Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 7

Lenn Wood, a Coweta native and current candidate for the office of sheriff, has served for a number of years as the president of the Georgia Association of SROs and was sworn in as acting sheriff after Mike Yeager’s retirement earlier this year.

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Poplar Road Opens

Poplar Road Opens

The Poplar Road project has been more than 20 years in the making, and a ceremonial groundbreaking was held in May 2016.

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Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 5

Movers, Shakers, & History Makers: Episode 5

Sheriff's candidate Randolph Collins is a Coweta native who started out with the Newnan Police Department and eventually found his way protecting President George W Bush as a member of the secret service prior to returning to Newnan several years ago.

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