The Student Press

Hulbert Takes Over Teacher Academy

Jaida Strahan, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

   Always enjoying school as a child, loving kids and watching her mom teach as she grew up has now brought her to be a teacher to others who want to be teachers.   Along with teaching the Teacher Academy, Holly Hulbert also ...

Technology Changes Classroom

Olivia Wachsman, Executive Editor

December 17, 2019

   Students today have technology at their fingertips, giving them access to social media, entertainment, and informational resources. This allows students to use this technology to their advantage in class, but it can also serve...

Graham Serves His Alma Mater

Jaida Strahan, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

 As students pass by the GCHS maintenance director in the halls, many do not know much about him or his day-to-day schedule.      Duke Graham has a little bit of history here at the high school, starting out as the masc...

Long Attends Facebook Seminar

Olivia Wachsman, Executive Editor

December 17, 2019

  While students and faculty at George County High School were returning from summer break, AP Computer Science teacher Stephanie Long sat at Facebook headquarters in San Francisco, California. Long was one of the computer science teachers chose...

JROTC Welcomes WO Fallon

Charlsi Caldwell, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

   As a teacher, Chief Warrant Officer 4 Gerry Fallon strives to impact the future of sports, government and society. Although this is his first year as a teacher, Fallon expects a lot from his JROTC cadets.    “I exp...

Sawyer Becomes Inclusion Teacher

Kirstie McLeod, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

The inclusion teacher, Ginger Sawyer, has to take care of three dogs and two hamsters along with her son. She went to the University of South Alabama to be close to home.    “I knew that I wasn’t going far from home,” Sawyer s...

Peterson Joins Football Staff

Lane Pitts, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

 Christian man , football enthusiast, Driver’s Ed. teacher and a football coach; Chris Peterson, is excited to be teaching at George County High School.    Originally from Louisville Mississippi, he married a woman from George County.The...

Multi-Sport Athletes Become Well-Rounded Students

Charlsi Caldwell, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

  Many students around George County High School play just one sport, but not very many play multiple sports throughout the year.    Throughout the school year, there are several sports seasons, most of them intersect with ...

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