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March 3, 2018
As you know, there have been increasing conversations about mental health and how we can help address the situation as a society. Unfortunately, we may not have all of the answers, but we can do our part to learn more about the potential risk factors and warning signs. That being said, I am excited to announce that Inman Middle School will host a Mental Health 911 Training on March 3, 2018, from 9am-5pm. To be considered, please email “Reserve Seat” to Ms. Randolph (School Social Worker). Unfortunately, there are only 30 slots available on a first come first serve bases. This is an amazing training opportunity that will leave you feeling empowered and better equipped to assist others who may be dealing with mental health and/or substance abuse. Hope to see you there!
The 8th Annual Morningside Mile is coming back on Sunday, March 25. Kicking off at 2:00 pm, the race is immediately followed by a block party until 7:00 pm with music provided by My Friend Ian’s Band, and many family friendly activities. Doc Chey’s popular noodle eating contest returns, along with a jump rope competition, corn hole, face painting, balloon animals and more.
This is the only one-mile chip timed race in Atlanta, and features cash prizes for top runners and a beer or an Alon’s cookie for runners, as well as a new ‘Just for Fun’ half-mile for children under 10 years old. Decorate your bike, stroller, wagon, or just yourself and follow the APD motorcycle to launch the block party.
The Morningside Lenox Park Association has joined with Virginia-Highland Civic Association this year to raise funds to improve the North Highland Corridor through our historic neighborhoods. The race course has changed as well. This year it follows North Highland from the start near the YWCA at 957 N. Highland to Morningside Village—times should be even more competitive over this gently rolling course with minimal elevation gain.
Register for the race to get your shirt and a chance to win cash, gift cards and bragging rights.
Volunteers are needed—in exchange for a two hour shift, all volunteers receive a free t-shirt plus a chance to fulfill community service requirements for students. Click here to pick your time slot.
Join us Sunday, March 4 at 4pm for the first annual Inman talent show. We have lots of incredible acts this year, from singing, guitar playing and dancing. Ms. Nunnink will be our MC for the event. Come support your friends and classmates, and don’t miss this super fun community event.
Tickets are $5 per person.
Please read the document from Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta regarding when to keep your child home from school, and extracurricular activities, and for how long. Being that we are still at the height of flu season, it is extremely important to be careful, so not to spread the flu and other viruses.
This spring, we will be electing representatives to serve on our GO Team. The GO Team is a crucial aspect to the success of our school. This diverse team, representing all aspects of our school community (parents, teachers, and community members), develops our strategic plan, approves our budget, and requests flexibilities, and more. Our GO Team is able to address the unique needs of our students.
We have 2 parent/guardian positions and 2 non-supervisory instructional positions open. Interested in serving? Find more information about what it means to serve on a GO Team, declare your candidacy, and material on the charter system at www.apsstrongschools.com
The PTO operating budget needs your generous tax-deductible support by September 30! The suggested amount is $100 per child at Inman, but any amount is appreciated. Any amount over $20 includes a PTO family membership. $10 includes a PTO individual membership.JOIN / DONATE