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Chiefs' unbeaten streak now at 23

The McIntosh Chiefs ran their perfect season record to 23-0 with a 63-38 win over Forest Park Friday night at home.

Leading 27-20 at the half, the Chiefs came out and scored the first nine points of the third quarter, building a 50-26 lead by the end of the period.

Now 16-0 in Region 4-AAAAA with only two regular-season games to play, McIntosh will travel to Mundy's Mill Tuesday night before hosting Northgate next Friday.

The overall region standings were shaken up a bit Friday when Stockbridge, looking to wrap up the top seed in the other subregion, was upset at home by Luella. Read More»

Northgate High evacuated after bomb threat

Northgate High evacuated after bomb threat

Update: Northgate High was given an all-clear after the bomb threat, with the first bus loads of staff and students returning to the school at 1 p.m.

Original story: Northgate High School in east Coweta County was evacuated Wednesday morning after the school received a bomb threat by email. Safety procedures were put in place to evacuate students and staff while law enforcement initiated a search of the large high school. Read More»

MHS Chiefs still unbeaten as region playoffs loom

The McIntosh Chiefs ran their record to 21-0 over the weekend with two big region wins and have a handful of games left before the Region 4-AAAAA tournament begins. The Chiefs traveled cross-city to Starr’s Mill Friday night and won 62-50 before a sellout crowd Read More»

Fayette private, home school numbers remain steady

Fayette private, home school numbers remain steady
Fewer students attend Fayette schools in 2015 than a decade ago, so where have the kids gone?

Clayton State offering more chances to learn about film school

One session to be in Fayetteville

Want to know more about film school? Now is the time to learn at a Clayton State University information session to be held on the Fayette campus.

Clayton State’s Film and Digital Media Center is having two free information sessions – one on Thursday, Jan. 22, and another on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Jan. 22 event will be held in Fayetteville at the LaFayette Education Center, Room Media D, 205 LaFayette Ave. It begins at 6:30 p.m.

The Feb. 7 event will be held at Clayton State’s film studio in Lucy Huie Hall, 9013 Tara Blvd., Jonesboro, and begins at 10 a.m. Read More»

Booth teacher wins statewide honor

Awarded for teaching citizenship

A Peachtree City teacher has been named as the 2015 State Citizenship Education Teacher of the Year for middle school teachers.

Holly Trudgeon, who teaches gifted social studies at J.C. Booth Middle School, was honored by the state Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) and will receive her award on Jan. 31 in Macon at the VFW State Convention. Read More»

New connector opens at McIntosh High School

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Jan. 6 to officially open the second floor connector between the two classroom buildings at McIntosh High School in Peachtree City to students and staff. Among those in attendance for the opening were members of the Fayette County Board of Education, Superintendent Dr. Jody Barrow, various county-office personnel, principals of neighboring schools and parent volunteers. Photo/Submitted.

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Jan. 6 to officially open the second floor connector between the two classroom buildings at McIntosh High School in Peachtree City to students and staff. Among those in attendance for the opening were members of the Fayette County Board of Education, Superintendent Dr. Jody Barrow, various county-office personnel, principals of neighboring schools and parent volunteers. Photo/Submitted.

McIntosh on the rise as region hoops heat up

McIntosh’s Jordan Lyons (driving with ball) helped propel the Chiefs to a 68-63 win over cross-county rival Whitewater Saturday. The win moved the Chiefs to 13-0 and kept them ranked second in the state. Photo/Taylor Trebotte.

More than a month after the season officially began, varsity basketball teams in Fayette and elsewhere are moving full steam ahead into the heart of their region schedules this month.

Fayette County, Sandy Creek and Whitewater began Region 5-AAAA play last night, while Region 4-AAAAA squads from McIntosh and Starr’s Mill already have several conference games under their belts.
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The Citizen Sports Calendar — Jan. 9–Feb. 14

The Citizen Sports Calendar — Jan. 9–Feb. 14

Friday, Jan. 9

Basketball: Fayette County at Sandy Creek; Elite Scholars Academy at Landmark; Woodland at McIntosh; OLM at Mt. Vernon; Stockbridge at Starr’s Mill; Carrollton at Whitewater.

Swimming: Landmark at Forsyth Winter Invitational; Whitewater vs. McIntosh (Kedron).



Saturday, Jan. 10

Basketball: W.D. Mohammed at Landmark; ELCA at OLM; Forest Park at Starr’s Mill.

Wrestling: A area duals at ELCA; AAAA area duals at Whitewater; AAAAA area duals at Hardaway.
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State soliciting student opinions

Chance for Fayette students to lead

A state education official wants to hear student opinions and is accepting applications from savvy kids who want to share theirs.

All seventh through 12th grade students in Fayette County and in the state are invited to apply for a seat on the 2015 Student Advisory Council that will be led by state School Superintendent-elect Richard Woods. Read More»

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