Support the Good Rally Sponsored by the Atlanta Council of PTA’s – This Thursday

ATLANTA, GA. – Parents, Teachers, Community Leaders, Clergy, and Business will come together to rally support for our Students, Teachers, Administrators, Staff, Superintendent and School Board in Centennial Olympic Park, Thursday, August 4, 2011 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

The start of a new school year provides a phenomenal opportunity to create an atmosphere of promise, growth, progress and hope. The Atlanta Council of PTA’s supports all of APS’ great teachers, students, parents and staff. Thursday’s rally allows the entire community to cheer about all that is good in the city’s school district.
WHAT: “SUPPORT THE GOOD” RALLY for Atlanta Public Schools

WHO: Atlanta Grassroots Community

DATE: THURSDAY – August 4, 2011

TIME: 6:00 – 8:00 pm

PLACE: Centennial Olympic Park

285 Andrew Young International Blvd., N.W.

Atlanta, GA 30313

2 thoughts on “Support the Good Rally Sponsored by the Atlanta Council of PTA’s – This Thursday

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  1. Glad to go to Centennial Park today and show my support for the best thing we got going in this city – Great kids, great teachers, and fabulous families who know that education and caring for everyone in our community are key to making Atlanta the great city it is meant to be.

  2. So…are you better off than you were 3 years ago when gas was less than half the price? If you are now much better off, support this event. If you are not, maybe try a different approach, starting with following Refounders on Facebook, not supporting NAACP who works to oppose school choice, and not aligning with race baiters who are counting on you and your child’s culture of dependency to keep you down.

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