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Past articles by Jenel:

Savannah-Chatham schools ramping up advanced learning options

Savannah-Chatham Public Schools are making it easier for students to get ahead. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham schools ramping up advanced learning options

Savannah-Chatham Public Schools are making it easier for students to get ahead. → Read More

Garrison school counting down construction days for new performance center

Practicing in a temporary space at the back of the gym is frustrating for the Garrison Arts Wind Ensemble, but they’re all smiles. → Read More

Garrison counting down construction days for new performance center

Practicing in a temporary space at the back of the gym is frustrating for the Garrison Arts Wind Ensemble, but they’re all smiles. → Read More

Savannah pastor with Puerto Rican ties, ministry spurs relief in wake of hurricane

When Pastor Frank Ruiz awoke to media reports about the way Hurricane Maria laid waste to Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, he — like many other good and faithful people — got down on his knees and prayed. → Read More

Savannah pastor with Puerto Rican ties, ministry spurs relief in wake of hurricane

When Pastor Frank Ruiz awoke to media reports about the way Hurricane Maria laid waste to Puerto Rico on Sept. 20, he – like many other good and faithful people – got down on his knees and prayed. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham School Board rebukes Byrne for pre-hurricane Facebook post

On Wednesday, Savannah-Chatham Public School Board President Jolene Byrne was formally rebuked by her school board peers. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham school board rebukes Jolene Byrne for pre-hurricane Facebook post

On Wednesday, Savannah-Chatham Public School Board President Jolene Byrne was formally rebuked by her school board peers. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham school graduation rate reaches record high

For the third consecutive year, the Savannah-Chatham Public School System’s high school graduation rate exceeds the state average. → Read More

Language classes open up the world for students at Coastal Middle

Coastal Middle School students on Tuesday discussed the need to get “comida y agua” to disaster victims. They greeted each other with a friendly “nĭ hăo” in Chinese class and learned that none of the picky eaters in Arabic class like “barukli,” “tamatim” or “bitata.” → Read More

SCCPSS board approves three storm make-up days

The Savannah-Chatham Public School Board agreed to make up three of the seven instructional days that students missed during the first two months of school due to dangerous weather closures. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham school board approves 3 storm make-up days

The Savannah-Chatham Public School Board agreed to make up three of the seven instructional days that students missed during the first two months of school due to dangerous weather closures. → Read More

Bloomingdale Elementary evacuated due to plumbing issue on campus

Bloomingdale Elementary students were evacuated this morning because of a major plumbing issue on campus. → Read More

Bloomingdale Elementary students moved to West Chatham Elementary on Monday

Bloomingdale Elementary students were evacuated this morning because of a major plumbing issue on campus. → Read More

Savannah-Chatham elementary schools may lighten homework load

Savannah-Chatham Public Schools officials are considering a homework policy update to provide additional guidance on homework assignments for kindergarten students as well as first- and second-graders. → Read More

Homework load may lighten for Savannah-Chatham elementary students

Savannah-Chatham Public Schools officials are considering a homework policy update to provide additional guidance on homework assignments for kindergarten students as well as first- and second-graders. → Read More

High school band battle, football game canceled due to community violence

This Saturday’s Beach High Battle of the Bands has been canceled and the football game between Beach and Savannah High that was supposed to take place at Memorial Stadium has been rescheduled for Sept. 30 as a precaution because of youth violence in the community. → Read More

Beach, Savannah High band battle, football game canceled due to recent violence

This Saturday’s Beach High Battle of the Bands has been canceled and the football game between Beach and Savannah High that was supposed to take place at Memorial Stadium has been rescheduled for Sept. 30 as a precaution because of youth violence in the community. → Read More

Officials report smooth opening for Savannah-Chatham schools

About a month into the 2017-2018 school year, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools officials have reported a student enrollment of 37,339. → Read More

Levett assesses 2017-18 school year opening

About a month into the 2017-2018 school year, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools officials have reported a student enrollment of 37,339. → Read More