South Atlanta Education Complex Celebrate the Freedom to Read

The South Atlanta Educational Complex, which includes the schools of Computer Animation and Design, Health and Medical Sciences, and Law and Social Justice, exercised their freedom to read during Banned Books Week (BBW) observed September 22-28th.  This event was bolstered by a $1,000 grant from the Freedom to Read Foundation’s Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund,... Continue Reading →

Essay Contest Encourages Students at Kennedy to Achieve Academic Success

The Logan Wilkes Foundation recently sponsored the “Tell Me Your Story” essay contest at Kennedy Middle School. Kennedy Middle School students were encouraged to formulate their essays as if they were describing their life story to a complete stranger. The Logan Wilkes Foundation aims to educate, empower and enrich the lives of youth.  The foundation is founded by Mr.... Continue Reading →

Deadline nears for The Legacy Essay Contest sponsored by National Education Association

Tuesday, Dec. 15, is the deadline for The Legacy Essay Contest, aimted at high school juniors and seniors. Here's the info pulled from the National Education Association Web site: Writing: The Legacy Essay Contest High School Students Write About Civil Rights Movement Beneficiary: High School Students. Grant Type: Student Skill Development Deadline: Tuesday, December 15,... Continue Reading →

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