King Middle and Therrell High students awarded the 2011 Georgia Progressive Reading Grant

Congratulations to Kalisha George at King Middle School and Pam Givens-Brown at Therrell High School on being awarded the Georgia Progressive Reading Grant. Capstone Digital, developer of personalized learning environments for students, announces the recipients of its Georgia Progressive Reading Grant, a program focused on improving literacy in schools. “We’re thrilled to provide schools with... Continue Reading →

More images from King Middle School’s World AIDS Day activities

We had a great time visiting King Middle School during its World AIDS Day activities, which included a collaboration between the school's guidance counselors Shirley McCullough and Ronald Garlington and grad-student interns Yori Aiyeola and Anthony DeCosta and from Clark Atlanta University, a class exercise in Alison Isabelle's art class, and the making of "unity... Continue Reading →

King Middle School students learn awareness, sensitivity during World AIDS Day

King Middle School commemorated World AIDS Day with a series of activities designed to provide teachable moments about a deadly disease that strikes too close to home for some. The No Place for Hate school took a cue from the Anti-Defamation League and designed work for students that included a quiz about the disease, hosting... Continue Reading →

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