Notice of Public Hearing – White Elementary, Coan Middle, Kennedy Middle, Parks Middle

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Atlanta Board of Education will hold two public hearings on March 19, 2012, and March 28, 2012, during which officials from Atlanta Public Schools will discuss the proposed closure of Walter F. White Elementary School. No vote will be taken at these public hearings.

Both hearings will start at 6:30 p.m. at White Elementary, located at 1890 Detroit Avenue N.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30314.

Students living in the White zone will be reassigned to Grove Park-Woodson Elementary, a merged school split between two campuses, one for K-2 and the other for grades 3-5. As a result of the proposed closure and reassignment, Grove Park-Woodson Elementary is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 1,047 students.

Atlanta Public Schools is in the process of determining the future use of the White facility. White may be used as a relocation site, administrative site or nontraditional learning center, or the school may be leased, sold or demolished.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Atlanta Board of Education will hold two public hearings on March 16, 2012, and March 23, 2012, during which officials from Atlanta Public Schools will discuss the proposed closure of Coan Middle School. No vote will be taken at these public hearings.

Both hearings will start at 6:30 p.m. at Coan Middle, located at 1550 Hosea L. Williams Drive N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30317.

Students living in the Coan zone will be reassigned to King Middle, a school with grades 6–8. As a result of the proposed closure and reassignment, King Middle is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 804 students.

Atlanta Public Schools is in the process of determining the future use of the Coan facility. Coan may be used as a relocation site, administrative site or nontraditional learning center, or the school may be leased, sold or demolished.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Atlanta Board of Education will hold two public hearings on March 15, 2012, and March 22, 2012, during which officials from Atlanta Public Schools will discuss the proposed closure of John F. Kennedy Middle School. No vote will be taken at these public hearings.

Both hearings will start at 6:30 p.m. at Kennedy Middle, located at 225 James P. Brawley Drive N.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30314.

Students living in the Kennedy zone will be reassigned to the schools listed below. The school sizes as a result of the proposed closure and reassignment are also listed below.

  • Brown Middle – a school with grades 6-8 – is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 795 students.
  • Inman Middle – a school with grades 6-8 – is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 1,000.

Atlanta Public Schools is in the process of determining the future use of the Kennedy facility. Kennedy may be used as a relocation site, administrative site or nontraditional learning center, or the school may be leased, sold or demolished.

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The Atlanta Board of Education will hold two public hearings on March 19, 2012, and March 30, 2012, during which officials from Atlanta Public Schools will discuss the proposed closure of Walter L. Parks Middle School. No vote will be taken at these public hearings.

Both hearings will start at 6:30 p.m. at Parks Middle, located at 1090 Windsor Street S.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30310.

Students living in the Parks zone will be reassigned to the schools listed below. The school sizes as a result of the proposed closure and reassignment are also listed below.

  • King Middle – a school with grades 6-8 – is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 804 students.
  • Price Middle – a school with grades 6-8 – is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 482.
  • Sylvan Hills Middle – a school with grades 6-8 – is expected to have an enrollment of approximately 647.

Atlanta Public Schools is in the process of determining the future use of the Parks facility. Parks may be used as a relocation site, administrative site or nontraditional learning center, or the school may be leased, sold or demolished.

 

 

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