The Coffee County Board of Education held their first work session and regular meeting of 2018 last Thursday, January 18, and District 4 board member Bryan Preston was selected to serve as the Boa
The winners of the Coffee County Board of Education’s annual Artwork Calendar were recognized this past Thursday night. The winners are: Ambrose Elementary, Kadee Connell; Broxton Mary-Hayes Elementary, Mauricio Tavera; Eastside Elementary, Jamal Wilcox; Indian Creek Elementary, Antelise Rogers; Nicholls Elementary, Gabriela Lopez; Satilla Elementary, Shelby Crawford; West Green Elementary, Emmanuel Lopez; Westside Elementary, Ka’Juan Lewis; Coffee Middle, Nallee Mobley; Georgia Washington Carver Freshman Campus, Brandon Kight; and Coffee High, Daniel Hughes. Pictured with the students are two of the art teachers, Julie Lord from Coffee High and Suzette Smith from the Freshman Campus.
Enterprise Staff Writer
A called meeting by the Coffee County Board of Education on Tuesday morning, January 17, was the final step in the board’s approval of the sale of 23+ acres of property for more than $3.6 million to the Jones Company of Waycross. Pictured above at the meeting are: (front row, L-R) Superintendent Dr. Morris Leis, board members Adam Lott, Jesse Jowers, Bryan Preston, Ronnie Johnson and Reagan Miller; and (back row, L-R) EDA members Stanley Lott and Adam Smith, EDA Executive Director Andrea Taylor, EDA President Luke Morgan, BOE/EDA Attorney Sid Cottingham, and EDA members JoAnne Lewis and Lidell Greenway. –Photo by Luke Roberts, Enterprise Staff Writer
Students pictured with their featured artwork L-R: Caylee Salazar, Satilla Elementary; Alyssa Rish, West Green Elementary; Jaden Myers, Eastside Elementary; Emma Stevens, Westside Elementary; Gracie Ott, Broxton-Mary Hayes Elementary; Isaiah Smith, Coffee High School; Jim Aldridge, Coffee High School; Camryn Tanner, George Washington Carver Freshman Campus; Zuleyka Arguello, Ambrose Elementary; Cali Harper, Indian Creek Elementary; Christin Dean, Nicholls Elementary; Kyla Tucker, Coffee Middle School.
This will be the view of the new Nicholls Elementary School from Georgia Highway 32 once the school is constructed and completed, which the board hopes will be by Labor Day 2017. The board will begin accepting bids for the multi-million project next week, with plans of beginning the project later this year in October.