The Atlanta Board of Education releases financial details and a list of corporate donors supporting the current APS leadership transition team

Last week, the Atlanta Board of Education reported that to date, nearly $350,00 has been committed to the Atlanta Public Schools Improvement Fund to support the current APS leadership transition. With funds being managed by The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, corporate donors have committed $200,000 to support the Atlanta Public Schools’ incoming superintendent Dr.... Continue Reading →

Dunbar Elementary: Building Character, Building Careers

Dunbar students were full of energy and excitement on Career Day as they interacted with over 25 professionals in various career fields. In preparation for Career Day, students participated in activities that helped them discover their interests and dreams. DreamMaker Kids, a company promoting career awareness, visited the school campus with costumes and took photos... Continue Reading →

Vals and Sals give moving speeches at annual breakfast

We had a chance to videotape some of the speeches delivered by the valedictorians, salutatorians and "STAR" students who were honored this week at the annual breakfast featuring Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Beverly L. Hall and hosted by Georgia Power. Here we get to watch in on Paul Harris, Jr. (valedictorian and "STAR" student of Carver... Continue Reading →

Dr. Hall honors valedictorians, salutatorians and ‘STAR’ students & teachers with breakfast

UPDATES: Check out the photo gallery here. Watch speech by Carver Early College's Paul Harris, Jr., and Douglass' Edward Furman Mosley, III, here. Watch speech by Carver Early College teacher Matt Westmoreland here. Atlanta Public Schools' valedictorians, salutatorians and "STAR" students were honored Wednesday morning with a breakfast hosted by Georgia Power and featuring Superintendent... Continue Reading →

Washington High makes the right CHOICES

During the week of Jan. 25-29, eight Georgia Power volunteers have been at Booker T. Washington High School delivering the CHOICES program. Volunteers are scheduled to implement the CHOICES program through the ninth-grade English/Language Arts classes in the Schools of Banking, Finance and Investment; Early College; Senior Academy; and Health Science and Nutrition. They brought... Continue Reading →

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