Oconee County Primary School Teacher of the Year Jamie Evans would not be the educator she is today without her mother, a veteran educator, or her first grade teacher, Jan Ross.
Long before she became an art educator, Rocky Branch Elementary School Teacher of the Year Stephanie Dickson loved painting and drawing as a child. In fact, art runs in her family.
Oconee County Elementary School physical education teacher Keri Halleck never thought that she would end up teaching at the same school her children attend, much less be recognized as its Teacher of the Year.
ATHENS, Ga – Classic Entertainment partners with Terrapin Beer Co. and the Ready, Set, Go Safely initiative to present an in-person, live performance with a focus on sanitation and safety. The socially distanced concert will be held at The Classic Center Theatre on Friday, October 23 at 7:30…
ATHENS, Ga. – The Classic Center is partnering with the Athens Convention and Visitors Bureau to invite all football fans to celebrate the season in a new way this year with an indoor, socially distant tailgate experience. The venue, Akins Ford Arena at The Classic Center, will already be f…
Even though High Shoals Elementary School first grade teacher Jessica Tiller first worked in the business world, for a long time, she had her sights set on becoming a teacher.
Lea Pacut has been helping younger students learn her whole life, from her childhood as the eldest of eight children to her current roles as a mother and a teacher at Colham Ferry Elementary School.
Oconee County High School special education teacher Sandy Palmer fell in love with educating diverse learners when she helped students as part of an adaptive physical education class during her senior year of high school.
During her three years at North Oconee High School, Teacher of the Year Jade Paustian has taught algebra one and advanced mathematical decision-making classes. She currently teaches algebra one at NOHS to mostly ninth graders. She is also the head girls’ lacrosse coach at the high school.
Clarification: In the Sept. 10 print story, The Oconee Enterprise reported that the current hydroelectric dam owner provides "limited access" to walk in the tunnel under the dam.