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The Common Core program is the brainchild of Bill Gates. Do you think he is qualified to control every aspect of your child's public education?
If approved, the amendment will allow for the creation of a non-elected board and a million-dollar government agency.
Photos of the excitement of the special day for so many senior and their friends celebrating with families a day that they will remember.
School is almost over, and we should be thinking of vacations and enjoying the summer; however, that truly is not the case thanks to the CRCT.
Students from Tapp Middle School in Powder Springs had the opportunity to test their engineering abilities by building bridges out of toothpicks.
Ryan Martin is building a preschool playground for Varner Elementary School.
Tapp and Lovinggood band students participate in the GMEA District 12 Honor Band.
Kemp Elementary placed first in the elementary division, and McEachern placed second in the high school division.
Trinity Chapel Academy will hold an open house Dec. 1 to highlight our middle and high school.
Proud of making AYP after summer school testing results were announced, students and staff at Tapp Middle School celebrated during their connections classes.
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