Back to School Door-to-Door at Young Middle School

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This year, the faculty and staff at Young Middle School took to the streets to spread the message of open house and the first day of school throughout the community.

Choosing to use their flexible work day on Saturday, August 3, 2013, school leaders, teachers and staff members spent the day going door-to-door throughout neighborhoods, conducting student home visits in the school zone prior to the opening of school.

Teachers passed out a community newsletter highlighting information such as dress code expectations, PTSA information, FAQs, administration contact information, parent center information, and a message from the principal, counselors, and parent liaison.

“The community endeavor was well received by the community, ” said Dr. Kelvin Griffin, principal of Young Middle School. “Many students and parents were excited to see the JCYMS staff in the neighborhoods, and this community endeavor will be integrated into the fabric of the JCYMS culture.”

About JCYMS:

The MISSION of JCYMS is to provide rigorous instruction and guidance in a safe, nurturing learning environment and produce life-long learners equipped to function and compete in a technological and global world.   We are committed to empowering students with the confidence, social skills and intellectual capacity required to successfully thrive and compete in the global society.  Our children represent our hopes and dreams for the future, and they deserve the best education we can give them. We believe every student has the potential to succeed, and we are dedicated to making a difference in children’s lives by encouraging them to open their minds to learning, discovery and achievement.

Parents and community members are invited to learn more about the school during Coffee & Conversation with principal Kelvin. L. Griffin.  Meetings are held in the parent center every 1st Friday at 9am.   Visit us at http://www.atlanta.k12.ga.us/young to view the school’s calendar and upcoming events.

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