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Once again, Inman students will participate in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Pennies for Patients program – coordinated by the Inman Beta Club!
Students are encouraged to collect money between 1/23 and 2/10 in coin boxes provided to them in homeroom. Funds collected will support LLS’s mission: to find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients.
There’s also a website you can share with family and friends.
Return student boxes to homeroom on 2/10.
Last year we raised $1,200. Our goal this year is $1,500.
First place homeroom receives an Olive Garden Party, second place pizza party, and third place doughnut party.
Start looking under those sofa cushions now!
When: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 @ noon
Where: Mary Lin Elementary School media center (586 Candler Park Drive NE)
Featured Speaker: John Keltz, Atlanta Public Schools Director of Research and Evaluation
Please join your fellow Grady Cluster parents, teachers, and stakeholders as we learn about the achievements and challenges in the Grady Cluster Schools. Mr. Keltz has a talent for bringing numbers to life and will share insights into the Grady Cluster’s performance data, including the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) for each school, demographics, test scores and more. He will also discuss how Grady Cluster schools measure against other Atlanta cluster schools, the state, and the nation.
Questions will taken from the floor, or you may submit questions in advance to John Keltz.
Attendees are welcome to bring lunch.
Inman earned the Gold Award this year for work during 2015-16 school year! IMS was in the top 3% of all schools in the state for the last 3 years in terms of growth, and only 36 schools were recognized as gold. In 2014-15, IMS received the Silver Award.
Mark your calendar for Inman’s Winter Dance is February 10th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm! Follow the Inman Eagle News for more details as we get closer to date.