QUITMAN — The FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Regional Conference was held Jan. 18 at Moultrie Technical College. All students who placed will advance to the state competition which will be held Feb. 26 at the Georgia National Fairground in Perry. The following students placed at the Regional FBLA Conference from Brooks County Middle School were, Shannon Griffin, first place Business Computation; Jordan Rose, second place, Business Concepts; Yessica Torres, third place, Business Spelling; Jamaya Shelton second place Computer Concepts; Tamia Herring fourth place Computer Concepts; Jamaya Shelton first place FBLA Creed; Shannon Griffin first place Introduction to Business Communication Naiquavis Sutton third place Introduction to Business Communication; Jordan Rose first place in Public Speaking.
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Francisco Diaz named new principal of W.G. Nunn Elementary School
Francisco Diaz has been named the new principal of W.G. Nunn Elementary School.
Fraction Fun with Hungry Howie’s
Third grade students at Southeast Elementary School learned about fractions with pizza.
BCMS Writing Fair winners announced
The 2013 Brooks County Middle School Writing Fair winners were recently announced.
BCMS holds career fair
Brooks County Middle School hosted its annual career fair on March 29.
BCMS band attends concert
On March 8, members of the Brooks County Middle School band travelled to Valdosta State University to attend a concert of the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra.
Jackson named member of National Society of High School Scholars
The National Society of High School Scholars announced that Brooks County High School student, Kyanna Jackson from Morven has been selected for membership.
Quitman Elementary holds field day
Students at Quitman Elementary participated in many events during the school's field day on March 29. The Brooks County High School Student Leadership team participated and assisted students in learning the various techniques of the games that were held.
Three LHS students awarded technology scholarships
Three students received $500 scholarships for outstanding leadership at the Georgia Technology Student Association (TSA) State Leadership Conference held recently at The Classic Center.
Three VHS students named GHP finalists
Valdosta City School System has received notification that three students have been selected as finalists for the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program.
VHS Jobs for Georgia Graduates make huge impact at competition
The Jobs for Georgia Graduates Program (JGG) is a school-to-work transitional program at Valdosta High School.
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