We are ONE month away from the registration deadline for #KLC2020! We have your ticket ready to join #TEAMKAY! Talk to your sponsor today to ensure your spot on the “team” for this life-changing week,

We are ONE month away from the registration deadline for #KLC2020! We have your ticket ready to join #TEAMKAY! Talk to your sponsor today to ensure your spot on the "team" for this life-changing week, July 27-31!

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1 final post and two final chances to win and honor the close of #MLEM20. Are you up for the challenge? #SCAMLE2020 Here we go! Task #1: favorite song for the soundtrack to pump up your day? And

1 final post and two final chances to win and honor the close of #MLEM20. Are you up for the challenge? #SCAMLE2020

Here we go!

Task #1: favorite song for the soundtrack to pump up your day?

And

Task #2: what is your fav part of your classroom, school, or district that you miss the most right now?

And go!

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Alhadeff, Amado, Capelluto, Franco, Israel, Piha, Hasson, Sidis? Perhaps one of our Facebook friends recognizes a member of their family in this photograph from Rhodes?

Alhadeff, Amado, Capelluto, Franco, Israel, Piha, Hasson, Sidis? Perhaps one of our Facebook friends recognizes a member of their family in this photograph from Rhodes?

A Jewish Family in Rhodes Island, 1906
Rodos Adası'nda Yahudi Bir Aile, 1906

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Summer/Fall 2020 registration begins April 7 at 8:30am. Check your SGSC email for more details.

Summer/Fall 2020 registration begins April 7 at 8:30am. Check your SGSC email for more details.

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Beaufort County Schools will serve meals this week, March 30-April 3 per our normal schedule posted below. We will serve them April 6-9 (but NOT on the 10th). We will serve them April 13-17 (this is

Beaufort County Schools will serve meals this week, March 30-April 3 per our normal schedule posted below. We will serve them April 6-9 (but NOT on the 10th). We will serve them April 13-17 (this is Spring Break but we will still serve meals those days) and then each week, Mon-Friday after Spring Break as normal. Please see posts below for meal times and locations. Stay safe!

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A message from #MGA President Dr. Christopher Blake: Dear Students, Faculty & Staff: One of the great institutions and ceremonies of academia is Commencement, and its Exercises of Graduation.

A message from #MGA President Dr. Christopher Blake:

Dear Students, Faculty & Staff:

One of the great institutions and ceremonies of academia is Commencement, and its Exercises of Graduation. Commencement is truly a great moment in the lives of our students and our University. For me as President, it is a special honor and privilege to share Commencement with our graduates and to shake the hand of each participant at the ceremonies. For our faculty, their day-to-day work is dedicated to helping students reach this momentous day.

So it is with great disappointment that I am announcing that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Middle Georgia State University is postponing all Commencement Exercises for this coming May. This postponement is in alignment with the guidance and directives given by the University System of Georgia and public health authorities. We know how devastating this decision is to students scheduled to graduate, and we deeply regret the inconvenience and disappointment this decision causes our spring graduation candidates and their families.

I have asked our leadership to review options to reschedule Commencement for a later date, so that we shall still be able to celebrate and honor our graduates’ achievements in the traditional manner of Commencement – enjoying all the honor and festivity that the Class of 2020 has earned. Postponing and re-scheduling will take some time to plan, and so I ask you for your patience as we work out the details. Further information will be sent from the Registrar, which will include options for refunds for cap and gown expenses.

Please be reassured that postponing Commencement is a postponing of the ceremony only, and not a postponement of your degree award. Students who satisfactorily complete all degree requirements this spring are full degree recipients and graduates in May.

This is a challenging time for all of us. Please know that MGA is committed to investing its collective energy and creativity into helping our students continue moving forward with their degree programs and toward the ultimate prize of their diploma. Thank you for your understanding, and please continue with essential good health practices at this critical time, so that each and every one of us may BE WELL.

Thank you,
Chris

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