Humphries invites Author Patrick Phillips to discuss parental involvement

Author Patrick Phillips met with parents at a Humphries Elementary School PTA meeting to discuss the importance of parental involvement and the impact it has on a child's academic performance. He referenced his book, Decisions: a Young Man's Guide to Avoiding the Middle and High School Traps and copies of the book were given away at... Continue Reading →

Centennial’s PTA Hosts a Technology & Engineering Night

Centennial Place Elementary School’s PTA hosted a Technology & Engineering night with students, parents, and representatives from Stevens & Wilkinson, Atlanta Institute of Architects, Atlanta Streetcar, and Atlanta Beltline. The focus of this event is to celebrate students’ work, and provide an opportunity for students and families to be aware of projects in their local... Continue Reading →

Beecher Hills Elementary Announces International Baccalaureate Status

  Beecher Hills Elementary School officially announced its new status as an International Baccalaureate (IB) school last Tuesday, August 16, 2011 at 2257 Bollingbrook Dr., SW, Atlanta 30311.          Implementation of the primary years program framework will help Beecher Hills Elementary School achieve its mission of developing compassionate, balanced, lifelong learners who are both locally and globally-involved... Continue Reading →

Burgess-Peterson Academy talks pre-K with parents

A dozen parents attended Burgess-Peterson Academy’s first Pre-K Parent Chat with Principal Robin Robbins on Thursday. Held in the school’s parent center, the chat was an informal gathering for parents to share their child’s pre-K experience, voice their concerns and offer suggestions to Principal Robbins. Burgess-Peterson has two pre-K classrooms funded by Bright from the... Continue Reading →

Field Day fun at Dunbar Elementary

Update: Check out the photo gallery here. Dunbar Elementary students celebrated the end of the school year with a little face painting, potato sack racing and the electric slide during Field Day on Tuesday. More than 35 parents also lent their support, donning Dunbar T-shirts and corralling excited students between events. “I can’t explain how... Continue Reading →

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