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Former classmates of Clarke Central High School graduate and grandson of Billy Henderson, Zach Henderson, honor his name with a scholarship aimed at sending children with special needs to summer camp.
When students returned to Clarke Central High School from Thanksgiving break on Nov. 26, a transformation had occurred.
Incumbent President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney’s stances on key issues are compared.
Despite her many commitments, newly appointed county commissioner Allison Wright has learned how to maintain balance in her life.
Many undocumented students in the Clarke County School District have faces struggles since their arrivals as children in the U.S. Cedar Shoals High School senior Alejandra Diaz is one such student.
The members of the audience sat, unmoving and silent. All eyes were focused on the six teenage girls at the front of the room, their voices reverberating against the walls. Six students, three from Clarke Central High School and three from Cedar Shoals High School, were called upon to speak in a theatre at the UGA Tate Center. These students were asked to speak because of their legal status: they are undocumented.
“Anytime anyone comes into your classroom, whether it’s a parent, someone from the district office, or someone from the state department, you want to practice good instruction, to put on your best face,” Clarke Central High School Assistant Principal Dr. Sheila Dunham said. “It is a big deal, but we should be doing that every day of the school year.”