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The Met’s HD Live in Schools Program for Middle & High School Students
Saturday, January 27, 2018
In celebration of Gifted Education Month 2018, the Fine Arts Department in conjunction with the Office of Gifted and Talented Education would like to offer 50 students an opportunity to attend a FREE HD viewing of Puccini’s “Tosca.” This 3-act Metropolitan Opera will be performed live from New York. Students will view the performance via telecast at a local theater.
This FREE event is open to the first 50 middle and high school respondents.
Please provide this information to your students and allow those who are interested to review the details and complete the Google Form below.
To ensure that we have and accurate count of students attending, please have students complete the Google Form by Wednesday, January 24, 2018.
For additional questions, feel free to contact Dr. Yolanda Cobb. Thank you for your support of gifted education. Your positive contributions enhance the lives of every student that you encounter.
Dear 6th-12th Grade Parents,
Do you have a talented student who isn’t being challenged? Or do you have a child that lacks self-confidence and doesn’t know how talented and unique they are?
As the only youth experience supported by the Georgia Tech Enterprise & Innovation Institute, the CEO Of My Life (CML) Youth IncYOUbator is a transformative experience for students to build confidence and be successful in the fluid economy. It’s time students design their own futures and prepare for the innovation economy. Applications are now open. This is a high demand experience with limited spots available.
Early Bird Special Ending Tomorrow, Apply Online Today to receive $100 off tuition.
Students will Gain:
-Competitive Advantage Over Peers
-Mentors & Friendship
Parents and students can sign up to attend our info session next week Saturday, January 27 at Georgia Tech to learn more about our summer experience and program pipeline,spaces are limited.
Odyssey Atlanta is seeking students from all grades 1-12 in APS, but have an emphasis on identifying juniors and seniors to sign up for their low cost ($35) summer program at Westminster. Odyssey, a summer program with a proven track record, works with motivated public school students to help improve their school performance and instill a love for lifelong learning. Targeting Atlanta Public Schools students in rising grades 1 to 12 from disadvantaged communities, Odyssey offers an educational six-week summer camp experience for nearly 400 students, focusing on STEAM — science, technology, art, engineering, and math — through a curriculum grounded in Project Based Learning. Odyssey encourages students to embark upon a quest for knowledge and a journey toward higher education.
Girls Who Code is looking for rising junior and senior girls to participate in a free summer program that will expose them to coding learning experience, industry professionals and have them visit tech jobs to help cultivate their interest in the field. More details below:
This summer, there’s an opportunity to learn about jobs in tech, make lifelong friends, and qualify for a stipend all for free! We are partnering with Girls Who Code to bring computer science opportunities to students across our community. I wanted to let you know that applications for their Summer Immersion Program
In the Summer Immersion Program, you will learn about:
In addition to providing a free program, Girls Who Code provides summer stipends to cover transportation and living costs for Summer Immersion Program! The summer stipend is available for all Summer Immersion Program applicants who qualify. Applications for summer 2018 open in early January 2018 with an early application deadline of February 16, and the final deadline is March 16.
If you have questions or need clarity about these opportunities, feel free to contact our APS Partnerships Manager, Amber Stewart.
The top ranked Grady Soccer teams kick off the 2018 season when the Boys and Girls Varsity teams take on rival North Atlanta at North Atlanta on Friday February 2. The first home games of the season are Saturday February 10 when the teams face off against another rival – Paideia High – at Grady stadium.
The Grady soccer teams are in need of ball boys/girls (ages 9 or older) for each home game (see schedule below) throughout the season. Home games are played in the Grady Stadium. Each volunteer will receive a youth-sized ball boy/girl shirt. Sign up here.
The Varsity Home Game Schedule is:
The entire Grady Soccer Schedule can be found on the Grady Athletic Website under the Schedule tab.
8th Grade Girls
Grady Girls Ultimate Frisbee Info Session
4:30 Tuesday, Jan. 23 in the Grady Cafeteria
Meet 2018 Season Captains and players, Coaches and hear all about Grady Ultimate
No experience needed!
Thursday Jan. 25 and Friday Jan. 26 @ Central Fields 4:30-6:30
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