How to teach kids to love science, math and reading

South High School in Georgia has teamed up with a local elementary school to teach math and science to a student who was raised by a single mom.

The school, located in a suburban neighborhood of Atlanta, said it will teach a two-hour math and English course in the fall that will also help a ninth grader who is learning English as a second language.

The curriculum includes a physics lab and an English-language course that will teach the fundamentals of writing.

The program will be a part of a partnership with the Atlanta Public Schools.

The first of two math and language courses will be held on Sept. 25.

“We want to be able to teach students what they need to know,” South High principal Karen Parson told the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

“It’s about creating a space where they can explore and have fun.”

South High’s math and Science program will feature two students who have been reading at grade level.

Parson said the program is geared toward kids who are interested in math and the sciences, but who don’t want to take an all-encompassing math or science course.

“We want the students to see that math and physics can be fun, that there are different things you can do in math,” she said.

“So they can take a few weeks of that and then they can get back to doing other things.”

Parson noted that the school has been working with the public schools to develop curriculum that focuses on students who are not necessarily focused on math or language.

What happened to the greenville county football team that lost the 2016 NFL title game to the Carolina Panthers?

The greenville County Football team will host the 2017 NFL season opener at 5 p.m.

Sunday in Charlotte, NC.

The team was ranked No. 3 in the country.

The Panthers had a 10-0 lead heading into the final play of the fourth quarter against the Greenville County Wildcats in the championship game of the 2016 season.

The Wildcats tied the score at 7 with a field goal and were up 24-20.

The Greenville Football team had a 1-0 deficit at halftime and had to punt the ball to the Tennessee Titans for a score.

However, the ball bounced back off the back of the end zone and hit the back side of the goalpost and bounced into the stands.

The Tennessee Titans scored three unanswered points to go up 30-24 and tie the game.

The Greenville team was able to put up 24 unanswered points and eventually pull off a stunning comeback victory in the game, ending up with the title.

The Titans lost in overtime and missed the playoffs.

The team was officially renamed the Greenfield County Wildcats this season and will travel to Charlotte for the 2017 season opener.