APS Students to be Honored at Georgia Institute of Technology Game Tonight

Inman Middle School students Safia Read and Annie Laster will be honored at the Georgia Institute of Techonology and University of Alabama’s game, Friday, Dec. 18, 2015 at 7 pm for winning Georgia Institute of Technology’s Jacket 2 Jacket reading program. The Jacket 2 Jacket month long reading program, sponsored by the Georgia Institute of... Continue Reading →

West Manor Elementary Takes 1st Place at Georgia Institute of Technology’s Storytelling Competition

By Taylor R. Jones On Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015, West Manor Elementary School’s 3rd grade class took home first place at the WeDo Storytelling Competition hosted by the Georgia Institute of Technology College of Computing. Not only are students tasked with creating an innovative story using LEGO WeDo programmable robots as characters; but also have... Continue Reading →

Marlon Portillo is the 2015 Valedictorian of Carver School of Health Sciences & Research

Marlon Portillo was born in El Salvador, and later migrated to Atlanta at the age of 10. During his 8th grade year, Marlon enrolled at Price Middle School and began experiencing cultural changes during his transition from his former suburban school system. As a Latino minority, Marlon knew he had something to prove to himself,... Continue Reading →

Atlanta Public Schools Students Featured in Education Roundtable Documentary with President Barack Obama

By Kimberly Willis Green Antwarn Sanders and D’Ariel Myrick, seniors from Atlanta Public Schools’ (APS) historic Booker T. Washington High School, were featured in an education documentary taped March 9 with President Barack Obama. In the documentary, “A Roundtable with President Barack Obama: The Cost of Education,” the APS students join three students from Georgia... Continue Reading →

Morningside virtual fieldtrip to Georgia Tech

Fourth graders at Morningside Elementary School and scientists at a Georgia Tech biology lab recently interacted with each other during an activity designed to support a study on animal adaptations. Under the auspices of a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dr. Warren Matthews from Georgia Tech’s Information Technology office provided Morningside with a... Continue Reading →

Inman’s GEMS Club Receives GA Tech Educational Partnership Award

The Inman GEMS Club has received the 2013 Educational Partnership Award offered through the Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL).  The Educational Partnership Award is an annual Georgia Tech award of $7,500 that recognizes genuine and substantial partnerships between the faculty and students of Georgia Tech and the K-12 community.... Continue Reading →

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