Our first student to repair/refurbish a client (teacher on staff) computer during class on campus.
Congratulations to Nadia Carr for fixing Mrs. Cobb's ACER Aspire 4520 Laptop Computer back to factory new condition. Thank you to Mrs. Cobb for trusting Nadia and having faith she could do it. This was done by completing the following:
1. Completely Remove Virus by Remove/Replace OS (Vista Replaced with Windows 7)
2. Download all needed Drivers for the specific laptop from the manufacturer's website.
3. Installed all drivers related to all factory installed components that originally came with the unit
4. Created 2 new user administrator accounts (one for normal use and one for a back door use)
5. Created a password on both accounts and shared this information with the owner (very important :-))
Nadia personally delivered the UNIT to Mrs. Cobb with printed instructions.
Say cheeeeeese! School pictures will be taken on Tuesday, December 19th. Pictures are prepaid, and the forms should be to parents by Friday, December 15th.
Parents can use the link below to order pictures as well.
Band Students from this past weekend at Ware County Middle School auditioned against 500 other middle school students across South Georgia for a spot in the GMEA (Georgia Music Educator's Association) District 8 Honor Band. We had eight students audition and all eight score high enough and were selected to be a part of the District 8 Honor Band. They will have a two day clinic and performance in February with the other students that made the District 8 Honor Band.
In the STEM Lab, Mrs. D. Williams’s 7th and 8th grade students are learning the different concepts of Automation and Robotics. One activity that has allowed the students to explore different engineering techniques included building and programming a VEX Robot. The students had the challenge of planning, designing, and constructing the robot. Afterwards, each student had to program his or her robot using ROBOTC program. This allowed students to become familiar with programming language and challenges that a programmer might experience.
Newbern's student, Nevaeh Goodloe is surprised by her dad, TSgt. Marcus Goodloe from deployment overseas.
After serving overseas for more than five months, Goodloe was able to embrace his daughter Nevaeh.
After the surprise, Goodloe helped his daughter take down the flag and fold it. The principal then put it in a “Welcome Home” display case, and gave it back to the family as a keep safe.
The school resource officer helped Goodloe pull off the big surprise.
Please be aware of the new schedule for our middle school students.
Students can purchase a 2016-2017 yearbook now until March 30, 2018.