Another Successful Xanadu Summer Program Concludes

Summertime in Atlanta brings two things for certain:  hot weather and Xanadu in Atlanta Public Schools. The annual summer enrichment program, sponsored by the district’s Office of Gifted and Talented Education, has been a staple in the district for more than 20 years. The four-week initiative, for rising first graders through 12th graders, provides students... Continue Reading →

Price students visit France

Luther Judson Price Middle School's French students arrived in France on June 8th and met with the Honorable Mayor Stephane Hablot of  Vandœuvre-les-Nancy, France on Monday, June 10, 2013 along with a host of other distinguished guests such as the Board of Education, the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, the Director of International Affairs, parents, and students.... Continue Reading →

The Consequences of Thug Life Presentation at Price Middle School

Choices.  We sometimes make good ones, sometimes bad.  As adults we try to guide our students to make good choices.  Attorney Mawuli Davis of the DavisBozeman Law Firm came to Price Middle School and spoke about making good decisions and choices.  Price’s sixth and seventh grade students attended the one hour long “Consequences of Thug... Continue Reading →

Price Middle School’s Operation Take Back Mentoring Program End of Year Program Celebration

Thursday, May 16th was the culminating event for the Operation Take Back Mentoring Program at Price Middle School.  Over one hundred seventy three students (approximately 50% of the students) were mentored for the last eight weeks of the school year.  The program was started as a result of an incident at Price and former alumni... Continue Reading →

The Sixth Annual L.J. Price High School Alumni Breakfast

Luther Judson Price High School first opened its doors in 1954 as the fifth African – American High School in Atlanta Public Schools.  Price High was known for an outstanding education provided by dedicated teachers and administrators.  Price was also known for its athletic prowess as well as its academic scholars.  Throughout its long history... Continue Reading →

Price Middle School’s French program caps a year of learning with a trip to Nancy – Metz, France

Atlanta Public Schools is proud to announce that the French program at Price Middle School has been active throughout the school year. The French program at Price has collaborated with The French Consulate of Atlanta, The Carter Center, The Georgia Department of Education's Global Languages and Initiatives Division, Alliance Francais, Theater du Reve, and The... Continue Reading →

Price “Love Not Hate” Forum

The “Love Not Hate” Student, Parent, Staff and Community Forum on School Violence was held in the L. J. Price Middle School Media Center on March 6, 2013 from 6 – 8pm.  Special guests included Donna Lowry of Channel 11, APS Board of Education member Brenda Muhammad, Assistant Chief M. A. Perdue of the APS... Continue Reading →

Price Middle School Updates

On Thursday, January 31, a shooting occurred at Price Middle School. The incident was contained immediately by the assigned school resource officer. One student was injured and taken to the hospital, where he was treated and released. Because of the shooting, standard emergency procedures were implemented, including a hard lock-down of the school and a... Continue Reading →

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