The crossing guard for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office was hit Wednesday morning while directing traffic outside Hickory Flat Elementary School.
Hickory Flat Elementary School
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The crossing guard is recovering from injuries at North Fulton Hospital.
A Cherokee County Sheriff's Office crossing guard is recovering from injuries she suffered after being hit by a car this morning. Michelle Hale, 42, was working in front of Hickory Flat Elementary School on East Cherokee Drive when she was hit by a minivan shortly after 7 a.m. Wednesday, according to a press release from the sheriff's office. Hale, who has been with the sheriff's office for 10 years, was transported to North Fulton Hospital where she is undergoing treatment for a leg injury. Her injuries are non life-threatening. The driver of the minivan, 18-year-old Alexander Hopkins of Canton, was cited for driving with an obstructed windshield and obedience to a traffic controller. The Cherokee County School District on Wednesday …
Sunday, March 11, 2012
Do you know someone dedicated to the Hickory Flat Community?
The Carter and Elizabeth Browning Award was established to honor the dedication of these two individuals who devoted themselves to students and adults in the Hickory Flat community, according to a press release. The late Carter Browning served as the principal at Hickory Flat Elementary for 24 years, while his wife served that same length of time as the school media specialist. They resided in a home next to the school and unselfishly dedicated themselves to Hickory Flat Elementary as well as to the entire Hickory Flat community. They were a team that exemplified the highest qualities of service, dedication, care and compassion to those they served, the release said. Individuals or groups may be nominated. Individuals do not have to be …
Thursday, January 12, 2012
A fifth-grader was named spelling bee champion for 2012.
Ashlee Scales won the Hickory Flat Elementary spelling bee for 2012. Emelia Sengstock, also a fifth-grade student, was the runner-up. Ashlee will move on to the Hickory Flat at the Cherokee County Spelling Bee on Jan. 24.