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Come join us for at Yeah! Burger @yeahburger Feel Good Tuesday – Our November 7th Dine-Out benefiting Inman Middle School! The kids will be out of school for Election Day and will have eaten everything in the house anyway!! So why rush home after voting – let someone else cook for you!!! This way you can just sit back and enjoy the company!
We are looking for an additional parent who would like to help assist in coaching our girls LAX team. No Lacrosse experience necessary! Practices will be held Tuesdays and Thursday at Inman’s “Field of Dreams” (across from the school) from 4:15-6pm and will start in January. Games are typically on Saturday mornings from February through April.
Early-bird Registration is happening now for Stan’s How to Study Class for middle school and high school students.
Located at the Westminster school.
What is it?
An in-person class designed to help students be more successful in school.
Students are equipped with easily implementable study skills, strategies, and actions that are designed to have an immediate impact on the student’s academic performance.
The class is open to the public.
Who should enroll?
Middle School Students (6th grade and up)
High School Students
What are the benefits to students?
What topics are covered in the class?
Communicating with Teachers and Professors
Preparing for Quizzes, Tests and Papers
When and where is it?
Saturday, November 11, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
1424 West Paces Ferry Road, N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30327
Who is teaching the class?
Stanley B. Lemons (bio)
How much does the class cost?
$99 Early-bird registration discount. Ends Friday, October 13, 2017.
Regular Price $149
The class includes lunch and class materials. Plus, parents or guardians are invited to attend the class at no additional charge (FREE) in order to reinforce the class material with their student(s).
When should I register?
Now! Stan’s How to Study Class is available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is limited space in each class.
P.S. Want to learn more about the Expanding College Opportunity resources? Review the attached “Why Expanding College Opportunity?” brochure.
Ms. Lebowitz is recruiting student artists for the Inman Pumpkin Walk this Saturday, 10/21!
Artist Teams will head to local participating business to decorate a pumpkin from our Inman Pumpkin Patch to be displayed in their storefront.
Decorating will happen THIS Saturday at 10am!
Sign-up with Ms. Lebo in the cafeteria at lunch and see her for more details.
Black Sharpie Markers (Thick and thin)
Craft Items – glitter, buttons, sequins, etc.
Random Halloween craft items
Cheap Plastic Table Cloths to protect the shops/sidewalks/tables where the kids are working.
Small Plastic cups (for water to wash brushes)
(of course anything fun and having to do with the participating businesses)
The Decorating for our Pumpkin Walk is this weekend! Everyone come out and encourage our talented artists at the window fronts of our wonderful local businesses!!!
A very special Thank You goes to our participating businesses!!! Thank you so much for supporting our students and our school, and letting us have a little fun too!
American Roadhouse, 842 North Highland Ave
Art Bath Soul, 1037 North Highland Ave
Atkins Park, 794 North Highland Ave
Atlanta Pro Bikes, 1039 North Highland Ave
CVS, 865 North Highland Ave
Lionheart Framing, 804 North Highland Ave
Dakota J’s, 1038 North Highland Ave
Judith Bright Jewelry, 1030 North Highland Ave
Moe’s & Joe’s, 1033 North Highland Ave
San Francisco Coffee, 1192 North Highland Ave
Urban Cottage, 998 North Highland Ave
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.