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2014-2015 Academic Year


Celebrating the Class of 2015; School Volunteers Recognized at Annual Program; Summer Opportunities Available for Credit Recovery and Credit Repair; Kroger Donating Free Supplies to Teachers; BAE Honors District’s Retirees, Education Support Professionals; Community Celebrates New Southfield, Dr. MLK Jr. Elementary Schools; Cox Recognizes Inspirational Student Heroes in Bibb County; Central Junior Receives Scholarship to Attend Summer Architecture Program; Howard Senior Travels to D.C. for U.S. Geography Olympiad Competition; Rutland Sophomore Wins First Place in Congressional Art Competition; Heard Elementary Celebrates Georgia-Grown Products for Feed My School Week; Miller Students Participate in Model UN Conference Hosted by Mercer; Howard Middle Named Gold Medalist for FLP Math Program; Teachers and Students Honored with Transition Achievement Awards; Two Receive American Red Cross Hometown Hero Awards; Superintendent Gives Interview with Student Leaders at Alexander II; Carter Elementary Students Who Met AR Goals Participate in Water Balloon Toss; Vineville Academy Students Perform ‘Disney Spectacular’; Ingram-Pye Motivates Students with College and Career Week; Lane Elementary Fifth-Graders Visit Tennessee; District’s Fifth-Graders Participate in CHAMPS Program; Williams Elementary Students Learn About Cinco de Mayo; Springdale Students Explore Zentangle Method; Carter Elementary Students Roll with Opportunity to Learn About Careers on Wheels; King-Danforth Students Celebrate Kindergarten Graduation; Heritage Places Second in Spring Walk Georgia Challenge; Ingram-Pye Teacher, Student Win ‘School is Cool’ for Month of April; Williams Elementary Students Learn About Dentistry from Alum; Students Place in Exchange Club’s Annual Quick Think Competition; Hartley Accelerated Readers Meet Goals for the Year;Mercer Provides Leadership for Males at Vineville Academy; Springdale Fifth-Graders Take on Staff in Annual Softball Game Tradition; Williams Elementary Hosts Math and Science Night; Schools Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week; Rep. Allen Peake Speaks with Springdale Third-Graders; United Way Hosts Book Fair at Ingram-Pye, Alexander II; District, Bibb Sheriff’s Office Partner to Host Meeting for Hispanic Families; Educators Meet State Superintendent as Part of Teacher Advisory Committee; Heritage Fourth-Graders Volunteer for School Beautification Project; Rutland High Increases FAFSA Participation by More Than 50 Percent; Howard High Places First in Mercer’s Spring Programming Competition;Hartley Junior Beta Members Visit World of Coca-Cola;Vineville Academy Kindergarten Students Visit Fairytale Land; Career Day Caravan Visits Burghard Elementary School;Vineville Academy Fourth-Graders Investigate Careers in STEM Cluster;Howard Seniors Help Organize Springdale Junior Beta Induction Ceremony; Westside High TSA Hosts Blood Drive for Red Cross; Williams, Burdell-Hunt Students Performing in Play at Mercer; Rutland High FFA Honors Year of Accomplishments; Northeast FFA Members Place Fourth in Agriscience Fair; Alexander II Student Council Raises Funds for MDA; Springdale, Skyview Earn Gold Status for Relay for Life Efforts; Board Recognition: District Honors Retirees with More Than 25 Years of Service; Board Recognition: Annual Readers’ Cup Winners Announced; Board Recognition: Young Georgia Authors Competition Winners Named;Board Recognition: Central High Student Honored as Gates Millennium Scholar; Board Recognition: District Parent Serves on Council for Migrant Education Program;Board Recognition: Howard Teacher Named Patricia Behring Award Winner; Board Recognition: Miller Magnet Middle School Wins ‘Green’ Award;Board Recognition: Westside High Recognized with SSTAGE STAR Award; Board Recognition: Team RoboBibb Recognized for Outstanding Year; Board Recognition: Math Team Competition Winners Recognized


Northeast Senior Accepted into 4 Ivy League Colleges; Seven District Student Athletes Receive Al Lucas Memorial Scholarships; Community Invited to Celebrate New Southfield Elementary School; Parents and Community Members Invited to Title I Parent Meetings; District’s Procurement Department Hosting Surplus TV Sale; 7 Seniors Receive Golden Eagles Scholarships; Northeast and Rutland FFA Chapters Attend State Convention; CTI Students Participate in State Leadership Conference; Summer Camp Opportunities; Rutland High Students Awarded Laptops for Transition Plans; Mercer University Opera Presents ‘Pirates of Penzance’ for Vineville Students; Howard High Programming Team Competes at Code Quest; Vineville Academy Implements Panda Power Hour for Math Acceleration; Bruce Elementary Students Win ‘Test Your Knowledge’ Competition; Morgan Elementary Students Compete in Fitness Challenge Against Faculty; Miller Presented with Check for Increasing Breakfast Participation; Rutland High JROTC Competes at National Drill Championships; Burdell-Hunt Hosts Annual Cultural Day Parade; Superintendent Throws Out First Pitch at Rutland High State Playoff Game; Bernd Elementary Celebrates April Students of the Month; Northeast, Rutland FFA Chapters Participate in Spring Project; Howard GEAR UP Students Participate in Job Shadow Experience at Aquarium; Vineville Academy, Horace Mann Recognize Teacher of the Month; Mayor Reichert Proclaims Matilda Hartley Elementary School Day; Vineville Elementary Celebrates April Students of the Month; District and Community Leaders Work Together to Combat Truancy; Heard Elementary Students Learn About Dairy Industry; Ingram-Pye Wildcats Win Wellness Award; Heard Elementary Hosts Title I Literacy Event; Carter Elementary Fifth-Graders Bring History to Life; Morgan Elementary Fifth-Graders Visit Fernbank Museum; Vineville Academy Students Create Poodles for Downtown Businesses; Lane Elementary Pre-K Students Sing for PTO; Artists in the Classroom Program Visits Vineville Academy; 15 Students Inducted into Alexander II Magnet’s Junior Beta Club; Northeast Senior Signs with Georgia Highlands Junior College; Heard Elementary Fifth-Graders Plant Items in School Garden; Central High Art Students Paint Chairs for Porter Elementary; Rutland High JROTC Unit Visits Washington, D.C.; Vineville Academy Kindergarten Students Learn About Community Helpers; Graphic Packaging Employees Teach Heard Students About Recycling Program; District Partners to Hold Youth Workshop at Southwest


Community Welcomes New Superintendent at Reception; Meet the New Chiefs: Kilcrease, Kemp Join Administrative Leadership Team; Rutland High Science Teacher Named Finalist for 2016 Ga. Teacher of the Year; Math Sequence Changes for 2015-2016; House Bill 91 Provides Former Students with Opportunity to Earn Diplomas; Central High Senior Named Gates Millennium Scholar; Students Create Artwork Based on Favorite Books for ‘Art of Reading’ Contest; Bibb Students Participate in All-State Ensembles, District Honor Bans; Westside Teacher Selected for George Washington Summer Program; FCCLA Members Attend State Leadership Conference; Howard High FEA Chapter Attends State Leadership Conference; Hutchings Students Win Gold and Silver at SkillsUSA State Conference; Schools Prep for Georgia Milestones Assessments; Mentors Teaching Appling Gems and Gents About Strength of Character; Jones Elementary Recognizes Students Demonstrating Character; Hartley Junior Beta Club Collects Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald House; Bernd Elementary Students Raise Awareness for Autism; Lane Honors Students of the Month for March; Williams Elementary Recognizes Guidance Class of the Month; Carter Elementary Families Participate in Literacy Night; Hartley Elementary Students Learn How to Prevent Litter; Miller Dance Team Receives Generous Donation from Amerigroup; Vineville Academy Students Join Mercer Baby Bear Cheer Squad; Drivers Win School Bus Safety Competition; Jones Honors Teacher, Student of the Month; Miller, Carter Celebrate Earth Day; Central High GEAR UP Students Explore Career Interests; Former Pro Baseball Player and Southwest Alum Speaks to Appling Students; Williams Honors Teacher, Student of the Month; Westside High Students Practice STEM with Rocket Car Challenge; Lane Elementary Accelerated Readers Receive Special T-Shirts; Williams Students, Parents Learn About Nutrition; MAGIC Camp Introduces Young Women to Careers in Construction; Board Recognitions: Students Represent District in Science Competitions; Board Recognitions: National History Day Competition Winners Honored; Board Recognitions: Faculty Members Complete GLISI Leadership Program; Board Recognitions: Quiz Bowl Winners Receive Accolades


New Superintendent Visits Southwest High on First Day; High Schools Participate in Gravity Racing Challenge; Accounting Department Begins Work to Replace AS400 System; Kindergarten Registration Open for 2015-2016 School Year; Parents Asked to Provide Feedback About Schools; Complaint Procedures for 2014-2015 Posted on Website; Northeast High Horticulture Program Hosting Annual Plant Sale; FBLA Students, CTAE Administrators Win Big at State Event; Schools Chapters Celebrate FBLA Week; Students Focus on Career Interests through Job Shadow Program; District Launches Inaugural National Technical Honor Society; Central JROTC Places at State Drill Meet; 13WMAZ Anchor Mentors Students in Audio Visual Class at Central; Bernd Elementary Celebrates March Students of the Month; Top Mathematicians at Springdale Enjoy Popcorn with Principal; Bruce, Hartley Elementary Host Prep Rallies for Georgia Milestones; Ingram-Pye Elementary Hosts Family Literacy Night with Dr. Seuss Theme; Carter Students Stay Fit and Healthy with HealthMPowers Activities; Doctor Visits Westside to Discuss Importance of STEM in Field of Cancer Research; Students in Gifted Program Showcase Curiosity Projects for Cherry Blossom; Carter Elementary Goes Pink for Cherry Blossom; Rutland Spanish Club Sponsors Meal for Families at Ronald McDonald House; Jones, Williams Elementary Students Learn About Different Professions; Students Participate in Cherry Blossom Parade; Southwest SAAB Members Attend National Conference in Michigan; GEAR UP Students Get Firsthand Look at Life at FVSU; Westside High Chapter Celebrates DECA Week; Mercer Biology Students Facilitate Activities at Williams Elementary; Vineville Academy Artists Featured in Show for Youth Art Month; Springdale Showcases Fine Arts with Grand Affair; Ingram-Pye Celebrates Black History Month with Program; Administrators Begin PBIS Training; Eighth-Graders Celebrate Achievement in the Flexible Learning Program; Carter Elementary Students Donate Pennies for Patients; Taylor Pre-K Students Learn About Dental Health; Williams Elementary Parents Learning How to Make Healthy Meals; Appling Students Join King-Danforth in Celebrating Read Across America; Ingram-Pye Offers Mentoring Opportunities to Fifth Grade Girls; Porter Celebrates Reading Success with Sock Party; Springdale Fourth-Graders Make Bracelets, Headbands to Raise Funds for Relay; Hutchings Sophomore Receives First Place for District 4-H Project Achievement; Rice Pre-K Students Sing to Residents at Health and Rehabilitation Center; Vineville Academy Celebrates Students of the Month for March; Young Springdale Students Take Part in Easter Egg Hunt; Robins Air Force Base Personnel Volunteer at Lane Elementary Schoo; District Partners with Macon-Bibb County for Vendor Fair; Nutrition Program Seeking Community’s Help to Provide Summer Meals for Students


CTAE Stars: Howard High Student Named CTAE Student of the Year; Hutchings Converting from High School to Program; New Superintendent to Begin Work on April 6; District Selects IE² as Operational System Choice; Join the District for Cherry Blossom Activities; Board Recognitions: Museum of Aviation Poster Contest Winners Recognized; Board Recognitions: CTAE Students of the Year Recognized at BOE Meeting; Board Recognitions: District Employees Take on Top Leadership Roles in State Organizations; Board Recognitions: 2015 STAR Students Receive Accolades; Board Recognition: Westside Sophomore Wins Beta Club’s Georgia Drawing Contest;Board Recognitions: Two Community Members Recognized with Extra Mile Award; Board Recognitions: Students Represent District in Math 24 Competition; Science Teachers Elected to Leadership Roles in State Association; Two Southwest Students Selected to Attend National Summer Program; Three District Students Selected for 2015 Governor’s Honors Program; Students Attend State DECA Conference; Westside Chapter Advances to International Event; Appling CTSO Visits Atlanta for FCCLA Day; Students Participate in Regional FCCLA Events; Bernd Students Learn About Different Professions for Career Day; Central Students Learn How to Make Healthy Meals for National Nutrition Month; Central High JROTC Team Wins at Region Drill Meet; Carter Elementary Providing Enrichment for ESOL Students; Springdale Collects 55 Pounds of Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald House; Lane Elementary Students Moo-ve Outdoors for Mobile Dairy Classroom Visit; Judge Gives Keynote Address at Southwest’s Annual Law Day and Mock Trial; Bernd Elementary Celebrates February Students of the Month; Bruce Elementary Students Walk for Cure; Rice Elementary Fifth-Graders Learn About Chemistry with Bubble Bombs; Burdell-Hunt Accelerated Readers Surprised by Prize Patrol; Westside Alum Urges Parents to Get Involved at GEAR UP Event; Springdale Hosts Annual Pre-K Transportation Parade; Appling FBLA Hosts Fish Fry Fundraiser for St. Patrick’s Day; Lane Elementary School Goes Green for a Cause; Morgan Elementary Hosts Relay to Highlight Importance of Physical Activity; Howard High Teams Compete in Model UN Conference; Central High Students Celebrate Pi Day with Math Activities Involving Pies; Williams Commemorates Program for Exceptional Children Week; Rice Elementary Celebrates Dr. Seuss’s Birthday; Students, Parents Invited to Learn More About Dual Enrollment Opportunities; Howard Middle Hosts Renaissance Tours; Northeast FFA Chapter Participates in Competitive Events; Bruce Elementary School Sponsor Delivers First Aid Supplies; Hartley Elementary Students Share Donuts with Dad in Literacy Effort; Heard Students Learn About Careers on Wheels; Rice Elementary Commemorates Black History Month; Sign Up Now for Physics Summer Academy; Central Fine Arts Department Hosting Spring Concert


Board Approves Next Superintendent of Schools; Schools Celebrate Read Across America; District Hosting Teacher Recruitment Fair on Saturday, March 14; Two-Year Academic Calendar Approved; Scholarships Available for Central Ga. Students; Board Recognitions: Chief Academic Officers Retire, Thanked for Service; Board Recognition: Robotics Team Recognized for State Competition Participation; Board Recognitions: Spelling Bee Champion, Winners Recognized;Board Recognition: GaDOE Recognizes Elam for Supporting Positive School Climate; Board Recognition: Georgia Appleseed Presents District with Check; Board Recognitions: Three Schools Honored for Green Apple Day of Service; Procurement Vendor Fair Being Held in Conjunction with Macon-Bibb County; District’s Robotics Team Competes in Regional Event; French Students Visit Central as Part of Exchange Program; Rotary Club Presents Fifth-Graders with Dictionaries; Annual Dress Sale Helps Fund Scholarships for CTAE Students; Schools Commemorate Black History Month; Hutchings College and Career Academy Presented Check for $3.11M; District Participates in Metro RESA Critical Needs Recruitment Fair; Hutchings Student Named Central Georgia Youth of the Year; Middle Schools Participate in State FBLA Conference; Middle Schools Join Southwest High for College and Career Fair; Vineville Academy Singers Perform at Mercer Basketball Game; GEAR UP Students Receive Academic Enrichment During Winter Break;Springdale Students Visit Macon-Bibb County Firefighter; Ingram-Pye Celebrates ‘School is Cool’ Recipients for January; Northeast Kicks Off ASCEND Partnership to Help Students Reach Goals; Ingram-Pye’s Boys to Men Program Provides Fifth-Graders with Mentoring Services; Hutchings Student Designs Logo for Attendance Awareness Initiative; Williams Beta Club, Student Council Members Attend Mercer Basketball Game; Vineville Academy Students Jump Rope for American Heart Association; Fairy Tales and Magic Abound for Morgan Elementary Literacy Night; Hartley Students Learn About Health and Importance of Washing Hands; Brookdale Authors Share Original Works with Student Body; Rutland Middle Hosts High School Fair for Eighth-Graders; Williams Elementary Recognizes Students of the Month; Miller Middle Students Celebrate Positive Behavior with Pajama Day; Lane Elementary Students Receive Valentine’s Gifts for Positive Behavior; Annual Student Art Show Opens; Mercer Hosts STEAM Challenge for GEAR UP Students; Alexander II Students Learn About Different Cultures During International Week; Taylor Elementary Students Learn About Different Professions on Career Day; Rutland High Basketball Team Makes it to Final Four; Skyview Elementary 4-H Club Named Club of the Month; Lane Elementary Honors Teacher of the Month; Board Member Visits Heritage Elementary School; Howard High Hosting Drama Performance on March 10; Northeast High Chapter Celebrates National FFA Week; Northeast FFA Students Make Valentine’s Day Cards for Community Members


Board to Vote on Finalist for Superintendent on Feb. 26; Media Center Named in Honor of Esteemed Educator; Five Seniors Named QuestBridge Finalists; Annual Dress Sale Helping Provide Scholarships for Seniors; Community Partners Hosting Financial Aid Saturday; Too Many Unexcused Absences Could Mean Suspension of Driver’s License; Don’t Miss Chance to Register for 2015-2016 Pre-K Program; District’s Robotics Team Ready for Next Challenge; Four High Schools Named AP Honor Schools; Heritage Presented with Walk Georgia Award During Spring Kickoff Event; High Schools to Participate in Racing Challenge; Central High Senior Receives Horatio Alger Scholarship; Central Senior Selected for State Advisory Council; Howard High Baseball Coach and Program Honored; Annual Student Art Show Opens March 6; Morgan Elementary Ranks 10th in Nation for Classworks Usage; Bernd Elementary Celebrates January Students of the Month; High School Students Participate in Rotary Clubs of Macon Speech Competition; Vineville Academy Students Learn About Chinese New Year Traditions; Hutchings Hosts Pin Ceremony for Class of 2018; Lane Students Create Art Based on Book; Hartley Elementary Increases Word Recognition with Vocabulary Parade; Heritage Students Raise Funds for Jay’s Hope in Honor of Classmate; Williams Elementary Student Council Prepares Snacks for Staff; Springdale Students Exhibiting Character Trait ‘Commitment’ Enjoy Cookies with Counselor; Vineville Academy Collects Pennies for Patients; Central High Key Club Collects Books for Methodist Home; Miller Middle School Students Place in the Museum of Aviation Poster Contest; Hutchings Student Wins at Region​ SkillsUSA Competition;Lane Elementary Keeps 4-H Club of the Month Title; Vineville Academy Students Send Cards to Firefighters; Bruce Elementary Students Serve as Pages at Capitol; Westside High DECA Organizes Literacy Project; Burghard Elementary Hosts Black History Program; DECA Students Participate in Region Competition; FBLA Students Participate in Region Competition; Howard Middle Student Sings at Mayor’s State of Community Address; Westside High Engineering Students Designing Cars on Auto Inventor; Macon-Bibb County Honors School Counselors During National Counseling Week; Vineville Academy Fourth-Graders Participate in Capitol Art Exhibit


District Implementing Positive Behavior Framework to Support Student Success; Hartley Elementary Eligible for Removal from GaDOE’s List of Priority Schools; District Hosting Information Sessions to Discuss Future of Bibb Schools; Register Now for 2015-2016 Pre-K Program; Girls Getting Hands on with Science, Math at STEMtastic Saturdays; Board Recognition: Hartley Eligible for Removal from GaDOE’s Priority Schools List; Board Recognition: District Schools, Departments Receive Walk Georgia Awards; Board Recognition: Robotics Teams Recognized for Competition Awards; Board Recognition: District’s New Campus Police Drug Dog Sworn In;Retired Springdale Educator Selected for Governor’s Advisory Board; Weaver Middle Student Wins Annual Bibb County Spelling Bee; Lane Elementary Students Celebrate Super Bowl, Raise Funds for Relay; Williams Elementary Teacher Wins Gift Card from Jay’s Hope; Vineville Academy Students Journey through Human Body; Bernd Elementary Celebrates Students of the Month for December; Alternative Program Students Learning to RISE Up; Northeast FFA Students Attend Horticulture Conference; Southwest Places First in Bibb County Wrestling Championship; Lane, Heritage Students Inducted into Junior Beta Club; Rotary Members Donate Cameras for Williams Elementary Project; Vineville Academy Celebrates National School Choice Week; Lane Elementary Accelerated Readers Awarded with Limo Ride; Schools Prepping for Cherry Blossom Festival; Hutchings HOSA Students Sponsor Successful Blood Drive; Yoga Instructors Teach Class at Carter Elementary as Part of MDA Fundraiser; Lane Elementary Fifth-Graders Win 4-H Club of the Month Title; Central High JROTC Teams Win at Dooly Drill Meet; Students, Staff Celebrate 100 Days of School; Williams Elementary Honors Students, Character Class of Month; Rice Elementary Parents Volunteer to Teach Writing Skills through Art; Vineville REACH Students Raise More than $400 for Charitable Organization; Northeast Senior Recognized at State Capitol; Lane Elementary Honors Teacher of Month


New Interim Superintendent Sworn In; District Celebrates Opening of New Heard Elementary, Miller Gym; District Hosting Information Sessions to Discuss Future of Bibb Schools; Board Recognition: Elementary Schools Recognized for Promoting Health Education; Board Recognition: Two Honored for Dedicated Service to District; Board Recognition: District Receives 2014 Heart of Relay Youth Involvement Award; Board of Education Members Sworn In; Board Recognition: District Honors Retirees with More Than 25 Years of Service to Bibb; Newest Members Initiated into Men of Bruce; Bernd Students Snuggle Up with Books; REACH Students at Lane Interview Nutrition Manager; Rice Elementary Hosts Bring Your Own Devices Day at School; Rutland High Hosts Commitment to Graduate Ceremony for Class of 2018; G-Ryderz Members Donate Coats to Students at Burdell-Hunt; Brookdale Students Exhibiting Positive Behavior Receive Bikes from Academy Sports; Lane Elementary Recognizes Teachers of the Month; Hutchings Culinary Arts Students Participate in Macon-Bibb Holiday Reception; Rice Elementary Hosts Math and Science Night; Alexander II Fifth-Graders Take Environmental Field Trip to Tybee; Community Partners Present Williams Students with iPads; Lane Elementary Celebrates Students of the Month; Brookdale Pre-K Students Receive Gifts for Holidays; Community Organizations Sponsor School Supply Event; Museum of Arts and Sciences Animal Show Visits Lane’s Math and Science Night; Westside High Students Provide Gifts for Children in Head Start Program; District Staff Present Rice Students with Bikes for Holidays; Williams Student Council Members Tour Macon Rescue Mission; Vineville Academy Recognizes Students of the Month; Westside High TSA Members Deliver Holiday Spirit; Ingram-Pye Students, Staff Recognized for Perfect Attendance; Hartley Kicks Off the New Year with Walking Program for School Staff; Alexander II Star Students Honored for Displaying Excellent Character; Northeast AVID Students Attend FVSU Open House, Game; Southwest, Westside Students Take Part in SkillsUSA Mock Competition; Bernd, Lane Students Participate in Holiday Craft Events; Hartley Kindergarten Students Attend Junior League’s Character Breakfast; The NED Show Visits Lane Elementary School; Santa Claus Takes Photos with Students at Rice Elementary; Central Students Hosting All-Star Talent Show; Young Girls Invited to Participate in STEMtastic Saturdays


Farewell Reception Held for Interim Superintendent; District Celebrates Groundbreaking for New Elementary School; District Receives $3.11M in Funding for Hutchings College and Career Academy; Feedback Sought on Academic Calendar; Gently Used Formal Dresses Sought for CTAE Dress Drive; Free Seminar to Offer Tips for Finding College Scholarships; Gifted Screening Process Scheduled for January; Howard High School Musicians Perform with Spivey Hall Orchestra; Ingram-Pye Playground and Garden Complex Opens; REACH Students Participate in Georgia ‘Day of Code’; Rutland High Students Travel to Sister City in France; Howard Junior Selected to Attend Medical Program in Washington, D.C.; Westside High Named Beta School of Distinction; Hutchings Preparing Seniors to be Work Ready with Monthly GeorgiaBest Seminars; District CTSOs Hosts Annual Coat Drive for Loaves and Fishes; Students Attend FBLA Fall Leadership Conference; Hartley Elementary Color Guard Presented with Uniforms; Georgia Aquarium Program Helps Rice Students Visit Atlanta Attraction; Hutchings College and Career Academy Culinary Students Cater Annual Event; Bruce Elementary Parents Invited to Thanksgiving Lunch; Vineville Academy Selects November Students of Month; Students from Bibb Academy of Excellence Tour Tubman Museum; Rice Hosts Annual Holiday PTSO and Book Fair Event at Barnes and Noble; Howard High FBLA Officers Gather for Annual Social; Bernd Elementary Recognizes November Students of the Month; Central FBLA Members Visit Miller Middle Chapter; Vineville RoboPandas Place at Regional Competition; Williams Student Council Members Collect Goods for Rescue Mission; Carter, Ingram-Pye Students Perform at Hospital Opening; Howard High CTAE Students Visit Federal Reserve; Williams Elementary PEC Team Hosts Lunch and Learn for Parents; Rice Elementary School Hosts Fall Festival; Deputy Superintendent Reads to Students at Vineville Academy for Pajama Day; Rice Elementary Fifth-Graders Learn About Health and Hygiene; Westside High CTSOs Wrap Gifts for Children; Bernd Elementary Celebrates Positive Behavior with Movie Party; Westside High Beta Club Creates Christmas Cards; CTI Students Attend Fall Leadership Conference


Central High Receives Grant Package for Studio Equipment; Retiring Director Responsible for Exciting Changes to District’s Technology; Rutland Middle PTSA Hosting Holiday Bazaar; Free Seminar to Offer Tips for Finding College Scholarships; Fine Arts Department Releases Holiday Calendar Guide; Mayor Declares Dr. Steve Smith Week; Community Partners Join District in Celebrating Truancy Program; Parent Engagement Month Celebration Encourages Parents to Commit to Student Education; Board Recognition: Three Honored for Dedicated Service to Bibb County School District; Board Recognition: Northeast High Senior Places First at National FFA Fair; Board Recognition: Howard AP Teachers Honored for Contribution to Academic Excellence; Board Recognition: November Recognized as Parent Engagement Month; Board Recognition: Director Elected President of Georgia Association of Educational Leaders; Board Recognition: Drs. Steve and Laura Corkery Receive Lifetime Achievement Award; Board Recognition: Lane Elementary Media Specialist is Top in Middle Georgia District; Board Recognition: American Cancer Society Recognizes District for School Participation; Board Recognition: Carter Elementary Presented with Plaque by Retired Maj. David Carter; Board Recognition: District Newsletter Earns Top Award from State Association; Board Recognition: Ballard-Hudson Media Center to be Named in Honor of Dr. R.J. Martin; Two Selected to Serve on State School Superintendent’s Advisory Council; Alexander II Hosts First Student-Led Conferences; Schools Commemorate Veterans Day; More Than 200 Attend District’s JROTC Drill Meet; Westside Technology Student Association Attends Leadership Conference; Alexander II REACH Students Help Provide Clean Water to Those in Need; Northeast FFA Participates in Various Events; Southwest Beta Club Gives Back to Community; Vineville Academy Students Learn About Zumba for School Nutrition Week; Rice Teacher Awarded Math Fluency Grant; Organization Hosts Etiquette Workshop for Hartley Junior Beta Students; Alexander II Hosts Book Fair with Medieval Theme; Bloomfield Middle Celebrates Thanksgiving with Families; Vineville Partners with Mercer to Continue Green Day of Service; Howard, Hutchings FEA Members Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Williams Elementary Hosts Student Council Elections; Northwoods Academy Receives Grant to Purchase Library Books; Heritage Parents Invited to ‘Thankful Lunch’; Howard Middle Principal Receives Recognition for ‘Legacy of Kindness’; Alexander II PTA Hosts Annual Harvest Festival; Rutland High Students Compete in World Language Day Event; Hartley Students Inducted into Junior Beta Club;Miller FBLA Hosts Guest Speaker from Men’s Wearhouse; Mercer Basketball Players Lead Skyview PBIS Party; Alex II Fourth-Graders Participate in Environmental Science Camping Trip; Bernd Elementary PTO Sponsors Fall Festival; Lady Canes Win Region Softball Championship; Alexander II Fifth-Graders Meet Cowboy for Social Studies Lessons; Central Math Team Competes at Mercer University; Vineville Academy Family Engagement Night Shines Spotlight on Reading; Lane, Vineville Name Stevi B’s October Student of the Month; Rutland High Math Team Wins Mathematics Jeopardy Competition; Lane Elementary Classes Elect 4-H Officers; Bernd Elementary Students Show Off Crazy Socks for PBIS Event; Appling Heads to the Polls for Student Council; Westside High Teacher Attends NASA Robotics Workshop; Vineville Academy Teachers Attend Science Academy; Howard High Teacher Receives Pie in Face for Charity


Rutland High Educator Named 2015 Bibb County Teacher of the Year; District, Communities In Schools Celebrate Opening of Performance Learning Center; Join Workshop on Food Safety and Nutrition Training; Help Schools ‘Can’ Hunger with Donations; Northeast High Hosts Commitment to Graduate Ceremony for Class of 2018; Howard High Hosts AP Celebration for Students, Teachers; Bruce, Williams Celebrate Removal from GaDOE’s Alert Schools List; Vinville Academy Starts Robotics Team; Alexander II Magnet School Builds Fence with Lowe’s Grant; Japanese Exchange Students Visit Rutland High for a Week; Bernd Students Dress Up as Favorite Book Characters; Mayor’s Wife Visits Students at Williams Elementary for Halloween; GEICO Hires 13 Students through Youth Apprenticeship Program; State BOE Provides Funding to Improve Schools’ Technology Infrastructure; Morgan Elementary Pre-K Students Visit Elliott Farms; Central High Wins District AAA One-Act Competition; Community Partner Donates School Supplies to Ingram-Pye; Porter Elementary Whips Up Pancakes for Reading Success; Vineville Academy Kindergarten Students Time Travel to 1950s; Schools Celebrate Red Ribbon Week; Williams Elementary Students Mingle with Gubernatorial Candidate; Heritage Students Bring Pumpkins to Life as Book Characters; Southwest High CTI Students Participate in Transition Awareness Tours; Lane Celebrates October Students of the Month; Porter Hosts Title I Math and Science Night; Vineville Academy Appoints Junior Fire Marshals; Central DECA Volunteers at Buddy Walk, Takes on Service Project; Rice Student Leaders Visit Fort Valley State University; Lane First-Graders Present Special Program at PTO Meeting; Weaver Middle FBLA Chapter Celebrates Fall; Rice Hosts International Literacy and Grandparents Day; Bernd Recognizes October Students of the Month; DECA Students Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Gently Used Formal Dresses Sought for CTAE Dress Drive


Westside High Students Train to Use New Robots; Nutrition Program Honored at State Capitol for Farm to School Achievements; Bibb Teacher of the Year Event to be Held October 28; Applications Now Available for District’s Magnet School Programs; October is National Principals Month; Guests Join Schools to Top Annual Read for the Record Campaign; Team RoboBibb Preps for Next Season, Wins Off-Season Competition; Schools Celebrate National School Bus Safety Week; Riley, Union Elementary Afterschool Programs Provide Extra Support in Core Subjects; Central No Longer Considered a Priority School by GaDOE; Family Wins $10,000 for Skyview Elementary in Photo Contest; RT3 Coordinator Featured in Online Magazine; Taylor Pre-K Class Peels Apples for Fall; Springdale Principal Takes the Plunge for School’s Fall Festival; About 30 Students Accepted into MYSO Ensemble; Senate Candidate Visits Burghard for Community Service Project; Hartley Elementary Hosts Tea for New Teachers; Schools ‘Get in the Game’ to Celebrate National School Lunch Week; Teacher, Student Win Pete the Cat Books at Lane Elementary; Bernd Elementary Celebrates Students of the Month; Williams Student Council Welcomes Miss Macon; Springdale Artists Create Centerpieces for State Conference; Northeast JROTC Meets Governor; Lane Elementary Students Learn About Tennis from Local Players; Hartley Hosts Sock Hop for Students Demonstrating Strength of Character;Brookdale Elementary Students Harvest Sweet Potatoes from School Garden; Howard High School FBLA Members Volunteer at Skyview Fall Festival; Porter Elementary Hosts Health, Fitness and Career Night; Lane Teachers and Staff Participate in Hats 4 Hope; Williams Elementary Congratulates Stevi B’s Student and Staff of Month; Hartley Elementary School Prepped to Go Green; Macon Mayor Robert Reichert Visits with Heritage Fourth-Graders; Weaver Middle FBLA Kicks Off Year with Party and Donation Drive; CTSOs Attend Events at Georgia National Fair; Board Recognitions: Schools Recognized by GaDOE for Hard Work; Board Recognition: Bibb’s Retired Educators Honored; Board Recognition: Students Recognized by National Merit Program; Board Recognition: Campus Police Officer Receives Valor Award


District Partners with Organizations to Offer Flu Vaccine for Students; District, College Sign Agreement Designating Northeast as Professional Development School; Helpful Common Core Resources from Teachers Around the State; Rutland High FFA Hosting BBQ Competition; Howard, Central Partner for Fall Concert; District Celebrates GEAR UP Success; Bibb Celebrates Early Education Empowerment Zone Grant; Carter Elementary Receives Award for Promoting Physical Activity; Ingram-Pye Celebrates Partnership with Lizzie Chapel Baptist Church; Vineville Academy Green Team Designs Bins for Each Classroom; Miller Eighth-Graders Earning High School Credit through CTAE; Rutland High Junior Getting Head Start on College Credit; Lane Access Teacher Recognized by Horace Mann; Gifted Education Class Learns About Importance of Clean Water; Southwest High CTI Students Visit Warm Springs; Bernd Elementary Celebrates National Custodian Day; Lane Elementary Recognizes Student of Month; Schools Participate in National Green Apple Day of Service; District High School Students Selected for Annual GCAPS Program; Bernd Students Celebrate Attendance Awareness with Tacky Day; Grandparents Visit Lane Elementary for Breakfast; Lunch and Learn Sessions Highlight Importance of School Attendance; Springdale Students of the Month Enjoy Cookies with School Counselor;Heritage Elementary Teachers Participate in Make and Take Session; Lane Elementary Students Celebrate Constitution Day; Journalist Spends Week as Guest Teacher for Central High Pathway Class; Carter Elementary Principal, Teacher Take Part in Ice Bucket Challenge; Brookdale Students Learn About Different Career Paths; Derby Demons Donate School Supplies to Brookdale; Fraternal Organization Donates Books to Bruce Elementary School; Lane Elementary Celebrates September Students of the Month; Hutchings FBLA Members Volunteer at Run or Rye Event; FCCLA Members Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Rutland Middle School Raises Funds for ALS Foundation; Lane Elementary School Hosts Fall Book Fair; Heritage Elementary Educator Featured as Exemplary Teacher; Bernd Elementary Students Celebrate Success with Waffle Party; Lane Elementary Second-Graders Wish Former President a Happy Birthday


District Announces 5 Finalists for 2015 Bibb County Teacher of the Year; Bibb County Receives Early Education Empowerment Zone Grant; Count Yourself In: September is Attendance Awareness Month; Organization Seeking Participants for Scholarship Program; Five Schools Designated as Reward Schools for High Performance and Progress; Performance Learning Center to Open in October; Howard Graduate Takes Part in National Youth Science Camp; Elementary Schools Power Up for 30; Central High Senior Named National Merit Semifinalist; Rutland High Senior Becomes iOS Developer; Howard High Student Attends Air Force Camps; Bernd Staff Takes Part in Ice Bucket Challenge; Hutchings FBLA Officers Inducted into Service; Alexander II Third-Graders Participate in Greek Festival Day; Williams Elementary Students Inducted into Beta Club; Vineville Academy Students Release Butterflies; Heritage Teachers Dress as Favorite Book Characters; Appling Middle CTSOs Host Car Wash to Raise Funds; Hutchings FBLA Students Take Ice Bucket Challenge; Southwest High FBLA Hosts Car Wash; Special Guests Read to Students at Williams Elementary; Heritage Elementary Students Celebrate Constitution Day; Vineville Students Learn About Bamboo with Mandarin Chinese Teachers; Alexander II Students Learn About Importance of Recycling; Jones Elementary Celebrates Students of the Month


Students Eligible for School Meals at No Cost Thanks to Community Eligibility Program; District Opening Performance Learning Center; REACH Parents, Students Invited to Districtwide Open House; Pleasant Hill Group Hosting Gala to Help Provide Children’s Services; Groups Hosting Free Car Seat Safety Check Event; Rutland Middle Science Teacher Completes National Food Safety and Nutrition Training; Donors Choose Helps Teachers Find Funding for Special Projects; Kirby, Krakow Each Receive 2014 Yale Educator Award; CTSO Officers Participate in Leadership Training Sessions; Williams Names Stevi B’s Student of the Month; Superintendent Reads to Students at Vineville Academy; Heritage Junior Fire Marshals Inducted into Service; Bernd Celebrates Students of the Month; Central JROTC Performs at International Cultural Festival; Ingram-Pye Students Celebrated at United Way Campaign Breakfast; Students Participate in Summer Graduation Ceremony; Downtown Rotary Club Donates Composition Notebooks to Williams Elementary; Vineville Names Horace Mann Teacher of the Month; Free, Interactive Digital Textbooks Available through GaDOE’s Website; Skyview Hosts Second Annual Cinderella Ball for First-Graders; Vineville Academy of the Arts Strives for Power of 100


Organizations Break Ground on Ingram-Pye Gardens, Playground; Every Student in District to be Eligible for School Meals at No Cost; College Street Reopens in Front of Alexander II; Title I Office Accepting Applications for Math Tutoring through FLP; Springdale Teacher Wins Donation of School Supplies from Chick-fil-A; GEICO Donates School Supplies to Bernd Elementary School; The Ricoh Co. Donates School Supplies; Northeast High Senior Finds Success at Intel Science Fair; Ingram-Pye, Nutrition Department Receive Walk Georgia Awards; Transportation Department Receives EPD Award; Bibb County Quick Think Competition Winners Honored; Eleven Outstanding Students Participate in 2014 Governor’s Honors Program; Rutland High Students Receive Honors at National FBLA Conference; Title I Family Engagement Team Jumpstarts Year with Team Building Session; The NED Show Visits Bruce Elementary; Bernd Receives School Supply Donations from Partners


Hartley Faculty and Staff Visit Students' Neighborhoods; District Receives State Approval for Converting Hutchings to Charter School; Springdale's New Mascot Celebrates Start of School Year; Mercer University Accepting Applications for Upward Bound Program; About 100 Attend Youth Leadership Summit; Westside STEM Camp Introduces Students to Engineering Field; Southwest Helps Prepare Freshmen for Transition to High School; Westside's Taylor Babbs Honored by GaDOE as Work Based Learning Student of Year; MACIC Camp Exposes Young Women to Construction Industry; CTAE Camps Break Gender Stereotypes; Summer Academy Helps Students Prep for Rigorous AP Courses; Ingram-Pye Students Participate in Summer Flexible Learning Program; More Than 1,000 Attend Back-to-School Event; Southwest CTI Students Witness Government in Action; Administrators, Teachers Focus on Alternative Education Success; Tuskegee Airmen Bike Club Donates School Supplies to Bloomfield Middle; Educators Attend STEM Academy; Board Recognitions: Staff Recognized for Exemplary Custodial Work; Board Recognition: Director Named GACTE Administrator of the Year; Board Recognition: Administrator Receives Hometown Hero Award from American Red Cross; Hartley Students Prep for New School Year with Summer Program; Howard Principals Meet Community; FBLA Officers Attend Leadership Training


2013-2014 Academic Year


Class of 2014 Valedictorians and Salutatorians Celebrated atAnnual Luncheon; Nutrition Program, Skyview Celebrate Feed My School Week; StudentTransfer Applications Now Available for 2014-2015 School Year; Purchase Graduation Photos and DVDs; Get'Happy!' with Miller Middle Students; School VolunteersRecognized at Annual Program; Rutland High Science Teacher Named VP for StateAssociation; Central High Student Selected for Mercer's Griffith ScholarsProgram; Riley Volunteer Presented with Annual Award Named in Her Honor; SchoolsFind Success in Spring Sports; Westside Senior Named Work-Based Learning Region5 Student of the Year; District’s Students Participate in GDOL’sGeorgiaBEST Program; Bruce Elementary Hosts Third Annual Eveningof Elegance; Northeast FFA Members Participate in State Convention; Heard Facultyand Staff Get a Peek at New Building on Last Day of School; Teachers andStudents Honored with Transition Achievement Awards; Vineville AcademyCelebrates Life and Legacy of Former Principal; Heritage Kindergarten StudentsLearn About Growth with Ducklings; Westside High Preps for EOCTs with Review Bootcamp;Central High School Unveils Ceiling Mural; Northeast High Student Finds Successat Intel Science Fair; Commissioner Performs Magic at Taylor Elementary School;Williams Student Council Members Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week; Lane CelebratesReading Success with Accelerated Reader Event; Alexander II Magnet School Junior BetaStudents Recognized for Service; Heritage StudentsSupport American Cancer Society with Mini Relay for Life; Retirees with 25 Yearsor More in Bibb Honored; Miller Middle Students Benefit from STARBASEPartnership; Math Team CompetitionWinners Announced; Central Senior Named 2014 Gates MillenniumScholar; Springdale Fifth-Grader Honored for Regional Spelling Bee Win; District Robotics Team Finds Success inFirst Year; Howard High Senior Named 2014 Georgia Scholar; QuizBowl, Academic Team Winners Receive Accolades; Jones Elementary Students BecomePublished Authors; Rutland, Westside Seniors Recognized for Perfect Attendance;Communities in Schools Recognizes Students, Site Coordinator; StudentsRepresent District in Math 24 Competitions; District Celebrates Seven HighSchool Graduation Ceremonies; Heard Students, Staff Commemorate Final Full Yearwith Traditional Photo; Alexander II Magnet School Receives Lowe's Grant forFence


Meet the Class of 2014 Valedictorians and Salutatorians; Former Heard,Porter Students Open Time Capsule on Mother's Day; Burdell-Hunt Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary; Seven Student Athletes Receive Al Lucas Memorial Scholarships; Rutland High Student Wrestles Her Way Around the World; Burdell-Hunt Hosts Annual International Culture Parade; Rutland High Hosts Students from Macon, France; Southwest SAAB Attends Youth Conference at FVSU; Alexander II Junior Beta Club Participates in Relay for Life; Fifth-Graders Attend MSO Concert at Grand Opera House; Williams Elementary Inducts First Students into Junior Beta Club; Vineville Academy Principal Takes Seat in Dunking Booth; Alexander II's Student Council Leads Science Activities forMotivating Youth; Teachers Recognized by GEAR UP for Survey's Success; Westside High Students Attend CTI State Conference; Taylor Pre-K Students Release Butterflies into the Wild; WilliamsElementary Students Participate in Financial Seminar; Northeast High S.T.E.M. Program Participates in Field Trip toCoast; Southwest High CTI Students Tour College; Horace MannHonors Vineville Academy Teacher of the Month; Dauset TrailsRepresentative Visits Jones Elementary; Lane Wins FirstPlace in Optimist Club Jr. Olympics; Rutland HighWrestler Signs with College in Virginia; HeritageElementary Celebrates Accelerated Readers; Ingram-Pye Career Day Encourages Students to Work Hard; Alexander II Fifth-Graders Put Business Lessons to Use withKidsville Mall; Southwest High CTI Participates in Job Shadow Experience at LanePackaging; Spring GraduationCeremony Dates; Pay Lunch, Breakfast Bills Online; Sign Up Now for SummerOpportunity Program


Central Senior Named Gates Millennium Scholar; Elementary Schools Finding Creative Ways to Encourage PositiveBehavior; Howard High Senior Selected for National Youth Science Camp; Faculty Members Complete GLISI Leadership Program; Central, Howard Seniors Receive National Merit, NationalAchievement Awards;Talented Young Authors Recognized; Students Represent District in Science Competitions; National History Day Competition Winners Honored; Westside High Senior Receives Honors in Writing Contest; Northeast Horticulture Program Blossoms; Central High Baseball Field Rededicated in Honor of Dr. Smith; Bibb County DA and Chief ADA Visit Alexander II Magnet School; Northeast High FFA Receives $10,000 from Toyota; Bloomfield Middle Students Dress for Testing Success; Hutchings Career Center Celebrates Purple Up Day; Hartley Elementary Preps for CRCT with Pep Rally; Vineville Academy Encourages Students for CRCT; Northeast StudentsLearn About Computer Forensics at Middle Georgia State College; Vineville AcademyCelebrates Horace Mann Teacher of the Month; Hartley Elementary Receives Donation of Books for Classroom Libraries; Fourth-Grader Wins Lane Jelly BeanGuessing Game; Northeast HighSchool FCCLA Sews Quilts for Students at Northwoods; Williams Elementary Staff Bring Recognition to Autism Awareness Month; Students Selectedto Serve as 4-H Summer Camp Counselors; CTAE HostingSummer Camps; Youth ApprenticeshipOpportunity at GEICO


District Celebrates Groundbreaking of New Heard Elementary School; Robotics Team Advances to National Competition; Latest Updates from Technology Services; Eleven District Students Selected for 2014 Governor's Honors Program; Athletics Conducting Pre-participation Physical Screenings for2014-2015; Carter Elementary Celebrates Success of Yearlong Character Education Program; Students Participate in State FCCLA Competition; Mobile Dairy Classroom Visits Williams; Northeast Senior Scores Top ASVAB Results Among Classmates; District Participates in Cherry Blossom Festival; 24 Students Inducted into Alexander II Magnet School’s Junior BETA Club; Rutland Middle Student Elected to District 4-H Board; Bibb 4-H Students Win District Project Honors; Northeast Ninth-Graders Participate in Job Shadow Experiences; Hartley Elementary Students Visit King Center; Bruce Elementary Hosts Community Resource Fair; District Students Participate in Alpha Phi Alpha Cotillion; Hartley Elementary Hosts Grits with Grandparents; Lane Elementary Celebrates St. Patrick's Day; Vineville Academy Moms Learn Math Strategies; Students Learn About Different Professions During Career Day at Williams; Hartley Men About Change Students Visit Stables in Forsyth; Mercer Basketball Player Reads to Students at Lane Elementary; Northeast Advisory Board and FFA Alumni Meet; Jones Elementary Students Recognized by Optimist Club; Lane Celebrates Horace Mann Teacher of the Month; Alexander II Magnet Fifth-Graders Place in Writing Competition; District Hosts Tri-Service JROTC Drill Meet; Southwest High Hosts Health and Wellness Fair; Register Now for District's AP Summer Academy


SAFARI Montage toProvide District with Invaluable Educational, Digital Resources;CTAE Students of the Year Honored at Annual Banquet; Latest Updates from TechnologyServices; Georgia First Lady Visits Morgan, Lane; CentralHigh School 4-H’er Receives President’s Volunteer Service Award;Rutland Football Players Sign withCumberland University; Lane Celebrates March Reading Madness;Parent and Community Education Program Establishes Advisory Board; Parent &Community Academy Set to Kick Off Spring Quarter; Students, Parents Invited toLearn More About Dual Enrollment Opportunities; Cat-a-Van Reading Tour VisitsBurdell-Hunt Magnet; Howard Team Places First at State SkillsUSA Competition; MorganStudents Earn Field Trip to Georgia Aquarium; Brookdale Hosts CharacterEducation Program; Southwest High Students Visit State Capitol; Nutrition Awareness Grows with SchoolGardens; District Hosting Parent, Student Orientationfor Hutchings College and Career Academy; Alexander II Magnet School CelebratesEinstein's Birthday, Pi Day; Morgan Celebrates Family Fun Literacy Night withDr. Seuss; Miller Math Team Raises Funds with Solve-A-Thon; Students Compete atState FBLA Event; Four Advance to Nationals; Museum of Aviation, GEAR UPPartner for Robotics Lesson at Central High; Savannah State Musicians Performfor Southwest Students; Mock Interview Workshops Prepare Students to AchieveSuccess; Central Students Participate in Region FCCLA Competition; NortheastFFA Members Participate in Events; Alexander II Students Adopt Trees in Honorof State Arbor Day; Vineville Academy Dancers Perform at Family EngagementNight; Central High Revives Model UN, Participates in Conference at UGA; TheCat in the Hat Visits Pre-K Class at Taylor; 13WMAZ Anchor is Guest Reader atVineville Academy


Carter Elementary School Celebrates 20thAnniversary; Rutland High Students Visit Macon's Sister City of Kurobe, Japan; DistrictHosting Cherry Blossom Festival Events; Board Recognitions: Three DistrictSchools Named AP Honor Schools; Board Recognitions: Howard Senior NamedSemifinalist in Intel Science Talent Search 2014; Board Recognitions: TopCompetitors at Bibb Spelling Bee Recognized; Board Recognitions: 2014 STARStudents, Teachers Receive Accolades; Board Recognitions: Rutland TeacherNominated for Teacher Turn the Key Award; Board Recognitions: Northeast JuniorWins First Place in Writing Contest; Macon Rotary Club Donates Dictionaries toDistrict's Fifth-Graders; District Holds External Instructional Vendor Fair; Alex II Scoreswith Reading at PTA and Title I Family Literacy Night; Howard Junior Travelsto D.C. for National Youth Leadership Forum; District Hosts Procurement VendorFair; Northeast, Rutland Athletes Sign with Colleges; Central Senior Earns Spotat Prestigious College for Performing Arts; Jones Hosts Title I ParentalInvolvement Event; Schools Celebrate Black History Month; District CelebratesNational School Breakfast Week; Howard, Rutland Model UN Teams Receive Awardsat Competition; Barden Elementary Students Participate in National ReadingChallenge; District Hosts Annual Teacher Recruitment Fair; Miller, Central GEARUP Students Tour Mercer University; Southwest Early Childhood Education ClassVisits Northwoods Academy; Heritage Elementary is Tops in Fundraising for Jay'sHOPE; Hutchings StudentsDressing for Success Each Wednesday; Southwest High SAAB Inducts Officers; AlexanderII Students Visit with Senior Residents; Hutchings CulinaryArts Team Advances to State Competition; Southwest High FCCLA Students Earn Awards; StudentsParticipate Job Shadow Experiences; Students Compete at State DECA Event; Northeast FFA ChapterCelebrates National FFA Week; Alex II Jumping Team Performs at MercerBasketball Games; Northeast Students Improve Public Speaking Skills withToastmasters; Southwest SAAB Hosts Canned Food Drive; 4-H Students ShowcasePublic Speaking Abilities at Competition; 2014-2015 Academic Calendar Approved; March 17to be Used as Make-up Day; Annual Student Art Show on Display through March 25


RoboBibb Team Prepares for Competition; Central High Senior Receives QuestBridge Scholarship to Yale; Williams Media Specialist Earns Field Trip Grant; Howard Middle Receives $5,000 Grant for Outdoor Classroom; Howard High Juniors Receive Technology Honors; Hartley Launches New Keyboarding Curriculum; Southwest Alum, NFL Field Judge Speaks with Students at Hartley; Families Learn About Making Health and Fitness a Priority at Annual Event; Central, Howard Mock Trial Teams Advance to District Level; Dual Enrollment Program Prepares Students for Next Step; Athletes Commit to Colleges, Universities on National Signing Day; FBLA Students Compete in Region Events; DECA Students Compete in Region Events; Bernd, Lane Name Stevi B's Students of the Month; Union Elementary Celebrates National Day of Reading;Heritage Hosts Title I Science Night; Breakfast in the Classroom Expands to Middle Schools; Vineville Academy Students Commemorate MLK Day; Cook Named Horace Mann Teacher of the Month; Vineville Students Sing National Anthem at Mercer Basketball Game; Alex II Dads Greet Students on Valentine's Day; Williams Elementary Sponsors Leaders’ Breakfast; Northeast CTSO Students Serve Fort Hill Community; District Hosting Teacher Recruitment Fair; Workshop Offered for Parents of Young Children


Bernd Pre-K Teacher Receives Two Grants; Register Throughout February for 2014-2015 Pre-K Program; Art by Southwest High Senior to be Featured on Cherry Blossom T-Shirt; Student Portal Now Open for Grades 6-12; Five Schools Recognized as Reward Schools for High Performance and Progress; District Recognizes Local Business for Partnership; Alexander II Students Learn About Physics at STARBASE Robins; Bibb Schools Form District Tri-Service Color Guard; Westside High Teacher Receives National Attention; Howard High Students Producing Literary Magazine; Employees Win Local School Nutrition Competition; Southwest High Hosts College Fair; Rutland High FFA Teacher Nominated for National Award; Orange Duffel Bag Program Graduates Tour Kennesaw State; UGA Head Football Coach Mark Richt Visits Rutland High; Central High Students Selected for Regional Honors Band; Heritage Students on the Move for Better Health; Westside High DECA Members Organize Blood Drive; District to Host Financial Aid Night; Jones Fitness and Health Extravaganza; Porter to Host Taste of Porter with an Art and Jazz Twist


Pre-K Registration to Take Place in February; School Nutrition Celebrates Success of Breakfast in the Classroom at Taylor; Students and Staff from Old Hamilton Elementary Open Time Capsule from 1986; Southwest Speaker Encourages GEAR UP Students to Push for Success; Hutchings, GEAR UP Host Pinning Ceremony for Ninth-Graders; Carter Elementary Receives Award from Alliance for a Healthier Generation; Parent Academy Offering Winter Courses, One-Day Workshops; Mobile Dairy Classroom Visits Elementary Schools; Rutland High No Longer Considered Priority School by GaDOE; District Recognizes Ten Retirees in December; Rutland High JROTC Student Leads Pledge; Furry Friends Help Lane Students Celebrate Reading Achievements; Macon Mayor Talks About Government with Ingram-Pye Third-Graders; Hartley Teachers Nominated for State Competition; Microsoft’s IT Academy Offers Bibb CTAE Students Certification Opportunities; Rutland High FFA Advances in Competitions; Westside High Named National BETA School of Distinction; Springdale Fifth-Grader Earns Second Place in Competition at Jr. BETA; Lane Named BETA Club School of Distinction; Jones Elementary School Jr. BETA Attends Convention; Bernd, Lane Name Stevi B's Students of the Month; Vineville Staff Celebrate Holiday with Principal Before Retirement; Jones ElementaryHosts Title I Parental Involvement Activity for Holidays; Central High JROTC Students Place Fourth at Cadet Competition; School Nutrition Receives Walk Georgia Award for Second Year; Williams Elementary Student Council Members Presents Gifts for Toys for Tots; Lane Fifth-Grader Wins Holiday Guessing Game; Rutland High Students Deliver Gifts for Holiday Season; Central High BETA Club Fills Stockings for Salvation Army; Lane Student Council Sponsors Card-Writing Campaign and Food Drive; Howard High CTI Students Make Greeting Cards for Holiday Distribution; Alex II Students, Parents Participate in Parade; Culinary Students Cater Breakfast for Organization; Motorcycle Club Donates Coats to Students at Hartley; Howard High FBLA Gathers for Christmas Social; Hartley Jr.BETA Club Shares in Holiday Spirit; Howard High CTSO Students Ring Bell During Holidays; Lane Kindergarten Students Attend December Party; Westside SAAB Shows Holiday Spirit with Gift Collection; Academy Sports Donates 30 Bikes to Bruce Elementary Students; Educators Named Teachers of the Month at Lane; Channel 17 Undergoes Format Change; Donations Sought for Annual Cinderella's Wish List Dress Drive


Howard Middle Student Lead in 'The Nutcracker'; Howard Middle School Orchestra Teacher Receives Grant; Miller Middle School Students Participate in Junior Youth Assembly; Four Students Recognized for Artwork in State School Bus Safety Poster Contest; Central, Howard Students Honored by National Merit, National Achievement Programs; Two Central High Seniors Selected as QuestBridge Scholarship Finalists; Howard High School Team Places First in Alice Programming Competition; CTSOs Collect Coats for Loaves and Fishes Ministry; FBLA Students Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Schools Celebrate American Education Week; Howard FEA Members Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Carter Jr. BETA Club Sponsors Canned Food Drive; CTI Members Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Southwest High Senior Wins Art Contest; Central High Students Donate Artwork; Elementary Schools Celebrate Veterans Day; Jones Elementary Hosts Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon; Birch Communications Donates Food to McKinney-Vento Program; Deputy Superintendent Reads to Students at Vineville Academy; Carter Students Raise Funds for Relay for Life; Bernd Elementary Receives Donations from GEICO Employees; Southwest High CTI Chapter Hosts Health Awareness Event; Jones Elementary Receives Donation of Lab Coats through Donors Choose; Vineville Voices Choir Joins MSO for Holiday Performance; Williams Elementary Student Leaders Collect Over 1,000 Canned Goods; Hartley Elementary Accelerated Readers Receive Books; Performances, Chili Cook-off Highlights of Vineville Family Engagement Night; Former Cherry Blossom Senior Queen Teaches Alex II Students About Daffodils; Southwest CTI Students Visit Macon-Bibb County Transit Authority; Hartley Elementary Hosts Fall Festival; Alex II Students Donate Canned and Dry Goods to Macon Rescue Mission; Northeast HOSA Officers Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Vineville Second-Grader Meets with Mayor for Class Project; Southwest High SAAB Members Visit College; Hartley Elementary Parents Gather for Title I Event; Bernd Elementary School Hosts Poetry Night; 4-H Students Compete at Cotton Boll and Consumer Jamboree; Robotics Team Receives Grant for $7,000; Scholarship Workshop This Weekend; Winter Sports Schedules Available Online


Taylor Elementary Educator Named 2014 Bibb County Teacher of the Year; Five Schools Designated as Reward Schools by GaDOE; Campus Police Building Renamed in Honor of Fallen Officer; Campus Police Receives Grant from Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program; Northeast FFA Chapter Attends National Convention; Bibb County CTI Honors Veterans; Vineville Teacher Receives Top Fundraising Award from Jay's Hope; Heard Hosts Family Literacy Night; Howard, Northeast DECA Chapters Attend Fall Leadership Conference; Bibb County CTI Students Attend Atlanta Falcons Game; Second-Grader is Vineville Academy's Student of the Month; Northeast Hosts Annual Mock Job Interview Workshop; Vineville Academy Inducts 25 Students into Junior BETA; Students Eating Food Grown in School Gardens; Title I Parent Resource Center Hosting Series of Workshops; Northeast High School Selling Poinsettias for Holidays; Central High School Hosting Concert on Tuesday


Rutland High No Longer Considered Priority School by GaDOE; Northwoods Celebrates New Trike Path with Parade, Dedication Ceremony; Students Receive Flu Vaccinations; Hartley Elementary Inducts Eight Students Into Junior BETA; Carter, Lane Elementary Schools Host BETA Club Inductions; Horace Mann Recognizes Lane Elementary Teacher; Robotics Team Prepares for First Major Competition; Williams Elementary Hosts Student Council Elections; Howard High CTSO Members Volunteer at Springdale's Fall Festival; Schools Celebrate Red Ribbon Week; Westside Marketing Students 'Pop' with Hands-On Learning; Hutchings Students Construct Hovercrafts; Vineville Students Raise Funds for United in Pink; Northeast FFA Members Place in Competition at Georgia National Fair; Rutland High FFA's Meats Evaluation Team Advances to State Finals; Central High Cast Members Recognized at One-Act Play Competition; Northeast FFA Chapter Members Attend Ag Expo; Celebrity Servers Help Celebrate National School Lunch Week; Central, Rutland, Southwest DECA Chapters Attend Annual Fall Leadership Conference; Grandparents Join Students for Breakfast at Lane, Williams; Howard High CTSOs Improve Teamwork Skills While Celebrating Halloween; Lane Participates in Worldwide Day of Play; Group Donates School Supplies to Williams Elementary; Volunteer Reads Halloween Stories at Williams; Jones Elementary Hosts Annual Neighborhood Fall Festival; Superintendent Visits Students at Carter Elementary; Tomaia Glover of Bernd is Stevi B's Student of Month; Lane Fifth-Grader Wins Halloween Contest; Westside Advanced Marketing Students Learn About Finance from State Bank; Hartley Elementary Students Learn About Fire Safety; Westside, Hutchings CTSOs Help Raise Awareness at Local Events; Howard High Math Chair Participates in AP Reading; Students Participate in 4-H Fall Break Day Camp; Magnet Applications Now Available; Title I Parent Resource Center Hosting Series of Workshops


Teachers of the Year Recognized and Finalists for Bibb Teacher of the Year Announced; Hartley Elementary School Hosts 'Holiday School'; Deployed Mom Surprises Returns Home and Surprises Daughter at Vineville Academy; School Clinics Receive Donations of Nebulizer Machines, Tubing to Treat Students; Southwest, Barden Mom Nominated for State Title I Parent Advisory Council; Bernd Student Named Stevi B's Student of Month; Howard High Celebrates Success of School Store with Second Location; MidSouth Community Federal Credit Union Makes Donation for Teacher of the Year; Drivers Compete in Bus Roadeo During Fall Break; Bibb CTI Hosts Transition Enrichment Program; Northeast's Class of 2014 Cares for its Own; Lane Elementary Fifth-Graders to Serve as Fire Marshals; CTSOs Attend Rallies at Georgia National Fair; Southwest High's SAAB, CTI Partner to Host Blood Drive; Hartley Elementary Observes September 11; Westside DECA, FBLA Members Participate in CTAE Advisory Board; Bloomfield Middle Hosts GEAR UP Food Drive; Northeast High Raises Awareness for Various Causes at Football Game; Hartley Elementary Hosts Crime Prevention Week; Southwest's CTI Seniors Tour Warm Springs; Everybody On with Connect2Compete; Howard High Orchestra Hosting Fall Concert


Howard High School Celebrates AP Success; Community Offers Input on Plans for Heard Elementary; School Nutrition Program Wins USDA Awards; Rutland High Teacher to Serve on State Superintendent’s Advisory Council; Howard High Music Teacher Honored by Robert McDuffie Center; District Students Selected for Macon Symphony Youth Orchestra; Georgia State Patrol Officers Provide Assistance in Bibb Schools; Volunteers Read for the Record at Elementary Schools; Bibb Students Travel to China Over the Summer; Choice Bus Visits Middle and High Schools; Weaver Middle Hosts Funeral for 'Mr. I Can't' for GEAR UP Week; Seven Youth Apprenticeship Program Seniors Hired by GEICO; Retired Air Force Colonel and Author Motivates Williams Elementary Students; Porter Elementary School Hosts Family Math Night; Pilot Club Puppet Show Teaches Northwoods Students How to Stay Safe; Northeast JROTC Participates in Opening of Tractor Supply Distribution Center; Bernd Student Named Stevi B's Student of Month; Vineville Academy of the Arts Hosts Reading Night; Rutland High FFA Competes at FFA Region Rally; Students Raise Funds for Jay's HOPE; Firefighter Speaks at Southwest CTI Career Awareness Event; Howard SkillsUSA Officers Attend Leadership Conference on St. Simons; Central High IB Theater Students Perform 'Lil Red in the Hood'; Board Member Reads to Students at Carter Elementary; Bibb Students Compete in Annual State 4-H Congress; Cannonball House Director Presents History Lesson at Alexander II; Central Female Honor Guard Presents Colors at First Football Game of Season; Bibb 4-H Students Line Dance with Carlyle Place Residents; Dr. Smith Elected to PAGE Foundation Board of Trustees; Free Math Tutoring Available for Some Through Flexible Learning Program; Howard High Students Performing 'Romeo and Juliet'


Commemorates National GEAR UP Week with Kickoff Celebration at Bloomfield Middle; Delegation from China Tours Central High's IB Program for Potential Educational Partnership; Meet the New Executive Director of Capital Programs; Students Studying Mandarin Chinese for Second Year; School Nutrition Kicking Off Breakfast in the Classroom Program at Taylor; Interim Superintendent Reads to Students at Vineville Academy of the Arts; Northeast High JROTC Presents Colors at Program for VFW; Volunteer Donates Books to Students at Williams Elementary; Vineville Academy of the Arts Hosts Wreath and Pumpkin Auction; Northeast HOSA Chapter Partners with American Red Cross for Blood Drive; Lane Second-Grader Wins School Contest; Board Recognitions: Outstanding Students Participate in 2013 Governor’s Honors Program; Board Recognitions: Bibb County Quick Think Competition Winners Honored; Board Recognitions: Maintenance Workers Help Install Greenhouse at Carter Elementary; Jones Elementary Hosts Title I Meeting, Dress Code Fashion Show; Heritage Hosts Title I Literacy Night with 'Historical Heroes' Theme; Two Bibb Schools Receive $1,000 Grants to Improve Literacy; Rutland High Softball Team Honors Cancer Survivors; Williams Elementary Receives Donations from Generations Adult Day Services; Parent Information Night to be Held at Heard on Tuesday, September 24


Southwest Students Participating in Free SAT Prep Sessions Led by Mercer Volunteers; Safety Caravan Rolls into Bibb to Promote Child Passenger Safety; 63 Bibb Students Earn AP Scholar Award; Lane Teacher Wins Drawing for 25 Backpacks, Additional School Supplies; CTSO Rally Helps Youth Officers Develop Leadership Skills; Westside High Hosts Open House for AVID Program; Publix Delivers Donations of School Supplies to Lane Elementary; GEICO Donates School Supplies to Bernd Elementary; Miller Student Writes to President About Violence in Today's Society; Governor's Chef Teaches Skyview Students How to Make Peach Smoothies; Connect2Compete Computer Offer Expanded; Juniors and Seniors Sought for Civic Awareness Program


District Hosts Summer Commencement Ceremony; New Football Coaches Ready to Make Mark this Season; Southwest High Names Alum as Boys Basketball Coach; Two Howard High Students Elected as FBLA Region Officers; Bibb Students Attend International Science Fairs; Northeast Teacher Named 'AgriScience Ambassador'; Northeast Receives $15,000 to Open Floral Shop Business; Vineville Academy Leads Pledge, Tells Board Members About School's New Mascot; Rutland High Students Skype with Japanese Students in Sister City; Howard High, Springdale, Alex II Named Best Public Schools; Retiring Custodial Service Supervisor Honored at Reception; Employees Allowed to Attend Home Football Games for Free; Earn Box Top Credit with Your Kroger Card; State Schools Superintendent Seeking Student Advisers


Welcome Back!; Connect2Compete Expands Local Offer in Bibb; Dr. Smith Sworn In as Interim Superintendent; Youth Leaders Develop Skills for Successful Future; Students Get Jump-Start on New Year with AP Summer Academy; Females Learn About Male-Dominated Career Field at Girls Auto Know Camp; Men in Medicine Camp Expands Views About Careers in Healthcare Field; Girls Learn About Non-Traditional Career Field During MAGIC Camp; Rutland High's Jones Participates in Annual AP Reading; Hutchings Career Center Parents Accept First Day Challenge; Local FFA Officers Attend Training Conference; FFA Students Attend Washington Leadership Conference; FBLA Members Attend Summer Leadership Session; Bibb CTI Coordinators Attend FFA Conference; Pre-K Summer Program Students, Families Learn About Dental Hygiene; Bibb Restaurant Collects Back-to-School Supplies for Lane Students; Vineville Academy Adopts New Mascot; Employees Volunteer at Code Med Health Fair; Schools Recognized for Exemplary Custodial Work; Watch the District’s Convocation Video; Video Documents Westside Renovations; Mercer University's Upward Bound Accepting Applications for 2013-2014


2012-2013 Academic Year


Vals and Sals Celebrated at Luncheon; District Launches Wellness Initiative; Lane Elementary Celebrates Renovation of Courtyard with Turtle Release; Teachers and Students Honored with Transition Achievement Awards; Bibb County Quick Think Competition Winners Honored; Taylor Fifth-Grader Receives Young Citizenship Award; Westside CTI Student Recognized by State Superintendent; Howard High CTAE Recognizes Students Completing Career Pathways; Williams Elementary Hosts Event Honoring Pleasant Hill Neighborhood; Weaver Middle School Honors Students of the Year; Welcome Center Celebrates Another Milestone for Parent Academy; Welcome Center Hosts Gates Millennium Scholars


Meet the Class of 2013 Valedictorians and Salutatorians; Class of 2013 Graduations; Springdale Principal Named National Distinguished Principal; Orange Duffel Bag Program Helping At-Risk Teens Find Success; Howard Student Selected to Study in China as Part of Summer Camp; Northeast Entrepreneurs Present Business Plans; Ingram-Pye, Nutrition Employees Earn Walk Georgia Honors; Jones Elementary Students Experience Farm Life; Springdale Pre-K Students Spending Time in School Garden; Bruce Elementary Students Participate in Career Day; Westside High Students Tour World of Coca-Cola; Welcome Center Honors Teachers, Nutrition Staff; Elementary Students Learning About Fresh Fruits and Vegetables; 41NBC Producer Surprises Members of Jones News Team; Williams Student Council Members Help Honor Teacher Appreciation Week; Northwoods Academy Hosts Field Day; Kindergarten Handbook Available Online; Photos: Student and Staff Recognitions at May 16 Board Meeting; Photos: Retiree Recognitions at May 16 Board Meeting


School Volunteers Recognized at Annual Program; Howard High Track Athlete Sets Sights on Clemson, Summer Olympics; Alexander II, Miller Middle Win County Quiz Bowl Competitions; District Students Place at State Level of National History Day Competition; CTI Students Attend State Conference; Northeast FFA Chapter Attends State Convention; Northeast High CTAE Hosts Mock Interviews; District Employees Celebrate Relay for Life; Hutchings Culinary Students Prepare Caribbean Cuisine for Teachers; Miller Orchestra Performs Concert at Museum of Arts and Sciences; Mercer Law Student Speaks to Healthcare Science Students at Hutchings


Board Extends Employment Offer in Interim Superintendent Search; External Review Team Recommends Accreditation; Barden Students Celebrate Life of Former Classmate; Alexander II Crowns Relay for Life Queen; District Hosts Annual Summer Academic and Enrichment Fair; District Students Win Mother's Day Essay Contest; Communities in Schools Recognizes Student Achievement Month Winners; Track Athletes Qualify for State After Sectionals; Rutland Track Athlete Signs With College; Union Elementary Students Explore College, Career Opportunities; Welcome Center Open This Saturday for 2013-2014 Kindergarten Registration


Wall to Serve as GaTAPP Ambassador; Schools Celebrate Earth Day; Welcome Center Receives Elite Grant; Seven District Student Athletes Receive Al Lucas Memorial Scholarships; Rutland Sweeps Region Girls, Boys Track; Westside, Howard Athletes Qualify for Sectionals; Longtime Coach Retiring from Southwest High; Jones Elementary Community Service Project Benefits Midstate Children; MSO Artists in the Classroom Visits 14 Bibb Elementary Schools in 2012-2013; Hutchings Healthcare Science Dual Enrollment Students Pass CNA Test; Alexander II Magnet School Fifth-Graders Tour City Government Agencies; Campus Police Present Gang Resistance Session at Hartley; Lady Canes Sign with South Georgia College; Southwest High CTAE Department Hosts Mock Interviews; Heritage Elementary Students Study Life Cycle with Ducks; Vineville Academy Honored by My Teacher is Tops; Weaver Middle FBLA Students Raise Funds for March of Dimes; District Hosting Summer Academic and Enrichment Fair


Three Central High Seniors Named Gates Millennium Scholars; District to Host 2013-2014 Kindergarten Registration Roundup April 22-May 17; Connect2Compete is BACK! Families in the Free Lunch Program Qualify for $9.95 Cox Internet; Applications for 2nd Enrollment of Summer Flexible Learning Program Due April 22; Welcome Center Launches Community Academy; Welcome Center Partners with CGTC to Expand Adult Education Courses; Rice Elementary Celebrates Month of the Military Child with Purple Up Day; Westside Students Participate in Mock Interviews; CTAE Hosting Non-Traditional Summer Camps; Thacker Named CTI Student of the Year at Hutchings; Southwest High SAAB Students Attend National Conference; Hutchings CTI and GNETS Students Visit Aquarium; Pinwheels on Parade at The Welcome Center; Three Students Win Contest at Lane Elementary School; Weaver Middle School Honors Students of the Month; Dual Enrollment Parent Information Meetings Next Week at 3 High Schools


District's Pre-K Program Receives Commendation from Governor; Second-Graders Learning How to Play Chess; Welcome Center Celebrates One-Year Anniversary; Two Seniors Receive Exchange Club Scholarships; Students Tour South Georgia Technical College; Springdale Hosting Movie Night; Nature Explorers Camp Open to Rising Sixth-Graders


Deputy Superintendent to Remain Acting Superintendent Through May 1; Students Begin Taking CRCTs Next Week; Westside Standout Earns Emerging Leader Honor; Ten District Students Selected for 2013 Governor’s Honors Program; Team from Lane Elementary Wins Bibb County Readers’ Cup; Legislative Representative Visits Howard Middle to Experience AVID Program; Pre-K Registration Draws About 1,000 Applicants; Students Honored at Reception for “The Art of Reading”; Parent Academy Hosts First Parent Field Trip; Hutchings Career Center Students Attend State HOSA Conference; Rice Elementary Hosts Dr. Seuss-Themed Literacy Night; Community Guests Speak to Healthcare Science Students at Hutchings; Operations Hosts Appreciation Breakfast for Community Partners; Hutchings Healthcare Science Students Tour CDC; Welcome Center Staff Participate in Cherry Blossom Festival; Georgia Department of Education Launches Teacher Resource Link


Rutland High Junior Receives State Award from Boys and Girls Clubs; Carter Elementary Fifth-Grader Receives Award from Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful; Northeast Field House Named After Former Student Athlete; Howard High Sophomore Receives Technology Award; Students Place at 2013 Georgia Educational Technology Fair; Bibb Students Receive State FBLA Awards, Advance to National Competition; Southwest High FCCLA Members Attend State Leadership Meeting; Northeast High Wrestling Champion Looks to Future; Central High Seniors Receive Scholarships; Miller, Weaver Academic Teams Take Top Honors at Quiz Bowl Competition; Football Player Visits Weaver Middle School; District to Conduct Athletic Pre-Participation Physical Screenings; Rutland High FFA Chapter Selling Boston Butts 


An Interview with Howard's New Athletic Director and Head Football Coach; Georgia's Dual Enrollment Programs Doing More for Bibb Students; Math Team Competition Winners Announced; Central Parents Return to Classroom with Students; Harlem Globetrotter Visits Ingram-Pye to Share Anti-Bullying Message; District Celebrates National School Breakfast Week; Northeast Faculty Members Present at STEM Conference; Williams Elementary Honors Exceptional Children's Week; Northeast High Welcomes Community Stakeholders; Marines Visit Students at Northeast High School; Westside High DECA Raises Money for Baskets of Joy; Weaver Middle School Honors Students of the Month; Register Now for Classes at Parent Academy; Students to Perform for Cherry Blossom; Howard High Tweeting Baseball Updates 


Central High Junior Recognized as Artist on the Rise; Howard High Coach to be Inducted into Macon Sports Hall of Fame; Mayor Presents 2013 Bibb Teacher of the Year with Proclamation; District Celebrates Read Across America; Central High Parents Invited to Return to Classroom; Father and Son Team Present Anti-Bullying Message at Southwest; Students Advance to International DECA Competition; Central High FCCLA Members Advance to State; Northeast Celebrates Academic Achievements at Luncheon; Jones Hosts Double Feature with Title I Event, Black History Show; School Nutrition Program Celebrates Reading at Downtown Market; Skyview Elementary Students Jump Rope to Raise Funds; Weaver Middle Celebrates FBLA Activities Night; Successful Seasons for Southwest, Rutland, and Howard Basketball Teams; Northeast FFA Celebrates National FFA Week; Weaver Middle Raising Funds for March of Dimes; Mentors Project Needs Easter Baskets; Downtown Festivities to Benefit Mentors Project


Griffin-Ziebart Named Acting Superintendent; District Developing New Heard Elementary School; Howard High Senior Named CTAE Student of the Year; CTAE Hosts Cinderella's Wish List Dress Sale; Miller Academic Teams Participate in Okefenokee Quiz Bowl Competition; Students Advance to State for National History Day; Rutland Middle Seventh-Grader Wins Region Spelling Bee; CTAE Students Explore Career Options; Williams Elementary Celebrates Black History Month with Assembly; Former Mayor Speaks at Northeast High Black History Month Event; Hartley Elementary Students Study Black Inventors for Black History Month; Williams Children Compassion Fund Set Up to Help Family with Expenses; Student Artwork Celebrated in Downtown Art Show


Central Senior Receives Full Scholarship to ‘Dream School’ Brown University; Four District Schools Named AP Honor Schools; Skyview Fifth-Graders Portray African-American Inventors for Science Project; Central High Artists Receive Awards; Title I Hosting Parent Sessions About Free Tutoring Opportunities; Northeast FFA Chapter Kicks Off FFA Week with Arbor Day Event; Member of Middle Georgia Mounted Search and Rescue Visits RMS; Hutchings FCCLA Team Wins Region Culinary Competition; District FCCLA Chapters Visit State Capitol for FCCLA Day; Westside DECA Sells Sweets to Serve the Community; Northeast Senior Signs with Clark Atlanta University; Hutchings Career Center PTSO Hosts Dance; Drum Line, Dancers to Perform at Taylor Black History Month Celebration


Tuskegee Airman Speaks at Black History Month Assembly at Bloomfield Middle; Hundreds of Students Attend Computer Technology Competition; Best-Selling Author Visits Southwest High for Black History Month; Central High Hosting French Students as Part of Planned Exchange; Alexander II Dads Celebrate Valentine's Day with Students; Morgan Elementary Title I Event Celebrates Chinese New Year with Mandarin Teacher; Williams Elementary Student Council Members Visit Mercer; Heritage Workshops Focus on Building Character, Encouraging Positive Futures; Rutland High Senior Signs with Fort Valley State University; Bernd Elementary Staff Hosting Yard Sale 


Central High Junior Appears on Jeopardy! Teen Tournament Semifinals; Youth Leaders Reunite After Envoy Project Camps to Renew Focus; District Celebrates Winter Graduation; U.S. Rep. Scott Visits Howard's NMSI Program; Jones Elementary Health Extravaganza Teaches Ways to Live Healthier Lifestyle; Howard High School's Model UN Team Competes at UGA Conference; Northeast High School Receives Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award; Howard High FBLA Receives Accolades at Region Conference; Students Celebrate Business Partnerships; Williams Elementary Celebrates 100 Days of School; Heritage Hosts Title I Parent Science Night; Weaver Middle School Honors Students of the Month; Bibb 4-H Members Receive Health Rocks! Training; Student Athletes Highlighted on National Signing Day; Teacher Recruitment Fair on Feb. 23; CTAE Hosting Dress Drive; Pre-K Registration Ongoing


Central High Junior Advances to Semifinals on Jeopardy! Teen Tournament; Rutland Middle Student Wins Bibb County Spelling Bee; Middle School Students Compete in Online Math Challenge; U.S. Rep. Austin Scott Speaks to Howard High FBLA; GaDOE Honors Title I Parent Trainer; Williams Elementary Students Place in Essay Competition; Bibb DECA Students Place in Region 10 Competition; Hutchings HOSA Members Advance to State Leadership Conference; Williams Student Council Thanks Teachers, Staff; Winter Graduation Ceremony Rescheduled for February 6; Macon and Bibb County Citizens Invited to Attend "Macon A Difference"


Bibb County Announces Pre-K Registration Dates; CTAE Hosting Dress Drive to Support Scholarship for Student of the Year; Rutland High Student a Culinary Superstar in Training; 41NBC Partners with Jones Elementary News Team; Miller Band Students Participate in Festival; Hartley Elementary Students Pay Tribute to MLK; Student 4-H Members Volunteer at 'Chipper' Event; Best Spellers to Meet Up for County Title; Winter Graduation Ceremony on Jan. 30; Mentors Project Still Needs 65 Mentors


Discipline Task Force Meets; New Director Passionate About CTAE; Learn Ways to Live Healthier Lifestyle; Graduation Schedule Announced; Rutland High Senior Publishes Poetry; Miller Students Recognized for Academic Achievement; Howard High FBLA Officers Present at Rotary Meeting; Hutchings Students Meet with Recruiter of Nursing Agency; Hutchings Students Participate in Community Service Activity for HOSA Week; Special Education Teacher Debuts First Children's Book; Students Compete in 4-H District Project Achievement; Jones Elementary Preps Students for Post-Secondary Future


Board of Education Members Sworn In; MTV Visits District High Schools for Reality Show MADE; District Announces Dates for Discipline Task Force Meetings; District Website Now Available in 66 Languages; GEAR UP Partnering with SunTrust for Workshops on Financing Post-Secondary Education; Southwest FBLA Students Find Many Ways to Serve Community; Hutchings Career Center Students Receive Nursing Pins; Rutland High FCCLA Members Participate in Community Service Projects; Weaver Middle Partners with Wendy's to Celebrate Students of the Month


Happy Holidays from the Superintendent: The Spirit of Holiday Season Lives in Us All; Carter Elementary Wears Green to Honor Victims of Sandy Hook Shooting; Technology Upgrades Move Forward for Central, Southwest; Parent Academy Hosts Inaugural Graduation; Connect2Compete Deadline Extended to Dec. 31; Register Online for Parent Academy Courses; Skyview Taking Part in Feed My School for a Week; Grant to Fund School-Based Health Center at Ingram-Pye; Students, Staff Join Vigil Honoring Sandy Hook Elementary Victims; Porter Students Collect Pecans for School Fundraiser; Bibb Employee Makes it a Happy Holiday for Homeless Students; DECA Members Deliver Christmas Cards by Students; Alexander II Honors Former Coach with Dedication of Auditorium; Mercer Professor Visits Vineville Academy as Career Guest; Williams Students Visit Nursing Home to Spread Holiday Cheer; Jones Elementary Brings Holiday Cheer to Parental Involvement Meeting; Williams Elementary Students Celebrate with Holiday Program; Lane Elementary Students Receive 30 Bikes; County Commissioner Plants Flowers at Hartley Elementary; Skyview Students Donate Items to Salvation Army


Superintendent Meets with Teachers of Year; Technology Upgrades Featured in Model Classroom; Mentors Project Receives $15,000 Donation from Walmart; Taylor Teacher Appointed to State Licensure Board; School Nutrition Sending Care Packages to Troops; CTSOs Induct New Members, Install Officers; Williams Elementary Students Make Donation to Hurricane Sandy Efforts; Westside High School Hosts Mock SkillsUSA Competition for Region 5; Program Promotes Positive Attitudes Visits Vineville Academy; Weaver Middle Partners with Wendy's to Celebrate Students of the Month; Next Committees, Board Meetings on Thursday, Dec. 20; Huskies Tweeting Game Stats, Scores; Blood Drive Planned for December 21


Superintendent Formally Accepts Extension of Contract; E-mail Changes Will Provide Reliable Communication; Deadline for Internet and Low-cost Computers Fast Approaching; EpiPens Capable of Saving Student Lives to be Distributed to Schools; Welcome Center Collecting Donations for Community Organizations; District to Install Carbon Monoxide Detectors in Schools; Reminder: Additional Pre-K Class Opening at Williams Elementary; Rutland High School Hosts Mock Interview Fair; Rice Students Perform at Barnes & Noble, Sing Holiday Music in Chinese; Central High Choral Ensemble Performs at Museum Dedication Ceremony; Rutland High Students Place in Competitive Events; Vineville Academy Celebrates National Parental Involvement Day; Students Attend CTI Leadership Conference, Tour Savannah College


Technology Upgrades Moving Along at Northeast High; Superintendent: The Future Students Deserve and Our Community Demands; Information Sessions Teach Parents Signs of Bullying, Gang Activity; Faith Leaders Learn More About Welcome Center; Students Wanted for Additional Pre-K Class at Williams Elementary; Central Student, Bibb Parent Selected for Superintendent’s Advisory Councils; Westside, Northeast Football Teams Make it to Playoffs; Westside High CTI Receives Honors at Fall Leadership Conference; Northeast Students Attend Science Seminar at Georgia Aquarium; Parents Participate in Heritage Elementary Anti-Bullying Activities; Hartley Elementary Holds Induction Ceremony for Junior Beta; Skyview Elementary Hosts Math and Science Night; Weaver Middle Partners with Wendy's to Celebrate Students of the Month; Northeast FFA Students Serve on Youth Ranger Corps; Men of Bruce Donate More Than 1,000 Cans to Macon Rescue Mission; Williams Elementary Students Bring in More Than 850 Cans for Community; Northeast FBLA Students Attend Leadership Conference; RHS FCCLA Chapter Raises Money for Ronald McDonald House; RHS FCCLA Members Help Capital City Bank Honor Home Town Heroes; Howard High CTSO Members Ring Bell for Salvation Army; District Students Attend 4-H Junior Conference; Celebrate Holidays with Fine Arts Department; School Organizations Hosting Coat Drive


2013 Bibb County Teacher of the Year Recognized; Westside and Northeast in State Playoffs; District Teams Top Computer Programming Competition; Schools Commemorate Veterans Day; Miller Celebrates First Family Thanksgiving Luncheon Celebration; Schools Plant Gardens; Jones Elementary Students Learn About Careers; Vineville Academy Paints School Pink for Fundraiser; Heard Family Literacy Night, Book Fair Kickoff; Jones Program Promotes Positive Attitudes, Academic Achievement; Grandparents Invited to Special Breakfast at Vineville Academy; School Organizations Hosting Coat Drive


Westside Marketing Teacher is 2013 Bibb County Teacher of the Year; Northwoods Academy Students Vote on New Mascot; Rutland High Junior Tapped for Commission on Teen Driving; Jones Elementary Holds First Student Council Elections; Jones Elementary Students Honor Veterans Day; CTAE Advisory Board Appoints New Chair; School Organizations Hosting Coat Drive


Howard High School Celebrates Grant's Success; Bibb Academy of Excellence at Barden to Open Nov. 5; District Recognized for Career Coach Program Efforts; Five Schools Designated as Reward Schools; Northeast High Mock Interviews Give Students Real World Experience; Northeast FFA Chapter Attends National Convention; Students Learn About Voting Ahead of National Election; Councilman Encourages Students During School Elections; Rutland High Students Host Guests from Macon's Sister City in Japan; Families Attend Science Night at Rutland Middle; Character Days Promote Literacy, Drug Prevention; Hutchings Kicks Off Inaugural Homecoming Spirit Week; Rutland High Softball Team Finishes Among Top 8 in State


Central Junior 1 of 15 Headed to Jeopardy!; District Focuses on National Bullying Prevention Month; Eighth-Graders Demonstrate Accountability at Student-Led Conferences; Southwest High School Awarded $500 Grant by March of Dimes; Rutland Middle School Hosting Science Night; School Organizations Hosting Coat Drive; Westside CTI Teams Up with Falcons for Fourth Annual CTI Day; Central High JROTC Invited to FVSU


District Featured Nationally on ABC's World News; Top 5 Finalists for 2013 Bibb County Teacher of the Year Named; Partners Break Ground on Macon Promise Neighborhood Initiative; Cox Communications Presents Initiative to Offer Low-Priced Internet and Computers; Celebrity Servers Highlight National School Lunch Week; Magnet School Application Process Open Through November 16; Rutland High Awarded $8,000 Grant by NFL Program; Rutland High Girls Advance to Elite Eight; Howard High DECA Places at Fall Rally; Northeast STEM Club Learns About Careers in Energy; Central Chargers Commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month; Westside FBLA Chapter Attends Fall Motivational Rally; Hutchings Hosts Voter Registration Drive


ABC's World News to Highlight Mandarin Chinese Program; Campus Police Reinstate Random Searches; State Representative Reads to Students in Celebration of Georgia Pre-K Week; Western-Themed Activities Highlight Heritage Family Literacy Event; Students Receive Flu Vaccinations; Rutland High Girls Win in First Round of Softball State Playoffs; Bruce Elementary Participates in National Oral History Project; Weaver Middle Celebrates Students of the Month; Rap Artist Visits Northeast High School; Howard High Musicians Kick Off Year with High Notes; Rice Students Visit Fort Valley State University; FBLA Students Learn About Leadership, Being College Ready; Students at Hutchings Learn About Fire and EMT Professions; Heritage Fourth-Graders Present Research on Native Americans; Jones Elementary Family Festival Focuses on Common Core; Lane Elementary Participates in Statewide Fire Drill; Barden Elementary Students Get Fit with Radio Disney; McGruff the Crime Dog Visits Riley Elementary; Artwork by Vineville Academy Students on Display


"The Macon Miracle" to be Featured on CBS Evening News on September 29; Spotlight on School Safety and New Leadership; School Lunch Program Wins National Award; Students Tour Law School, Courthouse for Law Day; Southwest High Organization Salutes Male Role Models; Heritage Students Visit The Gym Nest; DECA Students Volunteer at Senior Living Community; Bibb 4-H Students Teach Residents How to Line Dance


"Macon Miracle" Garners National Attention; Judge, Others Speak on Safety, Discipline, and Importance of MOU; Secretary of State Speaks to Students for National Voter Registration Month; Child Passenger Safety Caravan Rolls into Bibb to Keep Kids Safe in Cars; Young Adult Author Visits Southwest; District Partners with Organizations to Provide Students with Flu Vaccines; Letter: Don't Let Outside Influences Keep You From Supporting Schools; Save the Date: Teacher of the Year Gala; Improved Website to Launch Next Week


District Celebrates College Access Program During National GEAR UP Week; Roberson Excited About Coaching at Westside; District Commemorates Anniversary of 9/11; Northeast Honors Former Teacher with JROTC Complex Dedication; Jones Elementary Hosts Annual Title I Meeting with 'Mission Possible' Theme; Weaver Middle Partners with Wendy's to Celebrate Students of the Month; Free Car Seat Safety Check September 19; Public Invited to Take Part in Southwest Student African American Brotherhood Events; Howard Talent Show to Feature Students, Staff; Register for Run With the Huskies


District Addressing Discipline and Safety Concerns Through “The Macon Miracle”; Discipline Put Back in Hands of Schools with Memorandum of Understanding; Springdale Boosterthon Fun Run Promotes Fitness, Leadership, Character; Central High School Book Club Seeking Sponsors


Mandarin Chinese Instruction Begins as Part of "The Macon Miracle"; Key Points for Bibb County’s Strategic Plan in 2012-2013; Georgia's First Lady Visits District Schools for Bus Safety Campaign; Elementary School Lunch Price Increase Going Into Effect; Teachers Participate in CCGPS Training; Northeast Students Participate in Blood Drive; District's Athletic Coaches Trained in CPR; Howard High Kicks Off Softball Opener on New Field; Students Sought for Advisory Council


District Kicks Off New School Year with Convocation; Students Begin New School Year; Youth Leaders Develop Skills for Successful Future; Students Prepare for Rigorous Courses with District's AP Summer Academy; School Nutrition Program Serves 8,000 Meals a Day Through Summer Food Initiative; CTAE Summer Camps Help Students Look Beyond Career Stereotypes; District Celebrates Summer Graduation; Backpacks Distributed at Welcome Center

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