Atlanta Public Schools and Urban League of Greater Atlanta put out a call for support of the third annual Race2Read challenge, and the city’s business community answered.
The Cougars and Lions have conquered again! While the entire District continues to Race2Read 20 minutes daily towards our 10-million-minute goal, two groups of APS students have taken their love of reading to new heights. The Sutton Middle Cougars and the E. Rivers Elementary Lions took first-place honors at the virtual Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl (HRRB)... Continue Reading →
BARR Center (Building Assets, Reducing Risks) and the Addiction Alliance of Georgia—a unique collaboration between Emory Healthcare and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation—are excited to announce their partnership in welcoming South Atlanta High School of Atlanta Public Schools as the first BARR school in Georgia. BARR is a national organization that aims to bring education into the 21st century through intentionally deepened relationships and a data-driven, personalized and supportive approach.
On April 1, Principal Tiffany Momon, Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring, Board Chair Jason Esteves, and Board members Leslie Grant and Cynthia Briscoe Brown welcomed Senator Jon Ossoff to the Cascade Elementary School, where he toured a care room and media center and made a big announcement.
The Atlanta Public Schools Office of Instructional Technology rolled out the virtual red carpet for the District’s most talented student innovators at the TOSCARS (Technology Oscars) on March 15—announcing the winning projects of the 2021 APS Technology & Innovation Competition (APSTIC).
Atlanta Public Schools has partnered with Stratum Health Solutions to secure HealthCheck, an online tool that helps safeguard the health of students via daily wellness check-ins.
The redefinED Atlanta Innovation Fund: Pandemic Education & Restart has awarded a total of $116,699 in grants to support 14 Atlanta Public Schools initiatives. Grant recipients will use designated funds to address immediate needs created by the pandemic and advance innovative ideas that reimagine education for the future.
Race2Read campaign has reached 5 million minutes! That’s the equivalent of almost 10 years, and it’s halfway to our 10-million-minute goal!
The Atlanta Public Schools' Office of Early Learning (OEL) is currently accepting Pre-K lottery applications for the 2021-2022 school year through March 15, 2021 at 11:59p.m. In an effort to increase lottery awareness and participation, OEL has launched a social media contest. Help spread the word about the APS Pre-K Lottery application for your chance to win one of three grand prizes!