Local Family and Consumer Science Teachers attended the GATFACS Winter In-Service meeting in Atlanta. The teachers that attended were Sandi Taylor, Jacki Atkinson, Laotha Carswell, Martha McGough, Barbara Howard, and Debbie Seymour.
Students participate in program
The following Augusta Christian student are participants in Duke University's Talent Identification Program: (bottom, left to right) John Perry, Megan King, Emily Gilpin, Barbie Bufford, William Towler, Logan Huff, Michael Conway, Jeffrey Martin; (middle row) Ashley Hart, Lekeyta Palmer, Laura Allen, Nick Gilliam, Andy Fisher, Rachel Veal, Will Wright, Andy House; (back row) Megan Newman, Tracey Mulleln, Caitlin King, Lynlee Satcher, Kyle Meeks, Timothy Van Vliet, Whitney Waters, Stacie Wells.
Art contest winner
Tiffany Mun, a student at Augusta Christian, placed first in the Agnes Markwalter Youth Art Exhibition at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art in the High School Division. Tiffany's winning art piece is on display at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art.
Student places second at state meet
Harlem High School senior Mary Simpson won second place in Word Processing II at the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference held in Atlanta March 15. The competition was part of a three-day program for FBLA members from around the state. She will compete at the National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn. June 29 to July 1. Megan Fox, Jessica Bates, Renita Germany and Amber Halvorson, all from Harlem, also attended the state conference.
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