Last week, students from a private academy in Cumming traveled to Dawsonville to give the gift of Christmas to Dawson County children.
Dawson County High School is seeing an increase in graduation rates from last year.
Robinson Elementary continues its ornament sale trend for a second year in a row.
Last year, Riverview Middle School student Shannon Porter started a charity to help the Dawson County Humane Society provide for animals during the holiday season.
Dawson County School Superintendent Keith Porter's announcement that he would retire at the end of the school year left friends and colleagues praising his service and dedication.
In the center of Riverview Elementary School stands an intersection where the entrance meets the media center and splits into two wings for classrooms.
Sarah Tinsley was announced as the 2014 Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership award winner during the Dawson County Board of Education meeting Nov. 11.
Last week, Dawson County High School officials encouraged seniors to take the next step to higher education.
Students at Kilough Elementary got a chance last week to spend time with their mothers at school.
In its ongoing commitment to prepare students for careers, Lanier Technical College has opened a spa in Dawsonville.
Maker Day is coming back to the Dawson County Library.
One of three state-sponsored clubhouses in Georgia has officially opened its doors to Dawson County students.
Third grade students at every elementary school in Dawson County received a visit Oct. 24 from a local educational advocacy group.
Rotary Club of Dawson County's October Student of the Month is Brock Bearden, a fifth-grader at Black's Mill Elementary School.
One Dawson County teacher is flipping math class on top of itself.
With ice and snow hitting Dawson County during January and February, students and teachers missed almost two weeks of school.
"As you know, this winter has been especially harsh, which has resulted in nine days of absences due to the inclement weather...," said Dawson County School Superintendent Keith Porter in a letter addressed to parents dated Feb. 21. "The difficult situation with missed days is made worse due to the fact that we started the year two days short of a full student calendar due to budget."