The Foundation for Excellence’s annual “tea” honoring this year’s nominees was featured in the Athens Banner-Herald. Click on the link to read the full article!
Two students have won both the Eve Carson Humanitarian Spirit Award and the Gregg Lewis Scholar Athlete Award for 2014. Clarke Central–Henry Scott (parents Elizabeth Dubberly and Robert Scott) is the valedictorian of his class with a 101.84 GPA. His list of achievements and accomplishments is long and impressive: Clarke Central’s STAR Student, National AP […]
This year’s 13th Annual Athens to Savannah Double Century Bike Ride – AthSav2014 – was the largest ride to date, with nearly 90 riders participating, and with net proceeds of more than $6000 donated to the Foundation for Excellence in Public Education in Clarke County. The first AthSav ride took place in April of 1999, […]
The Foundation for Excellence in Public Education in Clarke County honored 94 of the school district’s finest at a tea in their honor on Monday, April 14th. The event was hosted at Trumps on South Milledge and was underwritten by Athens First Bank and Trust. This was by far the largest number of nominees in […]
Mark your calendars! The 2014 Awards Banquet will be on October 13th @ 6:00p.m. at the Classic Center.
Originally published Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at OnlineAthens.com The nomination for this year’s Foundation for Excellence in Public Education in Clarke County awards officially opened this month. This year there are two newly endowed awards being offered. The first is the Seasoned Teacher Award and was endowed by longtime Clarke County School District educator and former Foundation […]