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The Howard Middle School Design Review Committee met on June 16, 2017 (meeting minutes). The Architect has issued a preliminary pricing package and an estimate is being prepared by both the Contraction Manager and Architects. Atlanta Public Schools continues to develop the schemes to confirm that APS’s budget can sustain the design. As soon as APS reconciles both budget and design, the next design review committee meeting will be scheduled. The current anticipated project completion date is July 2020.
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The deadline for applying to Camp MAGIK, a healing camp for bereaved children and adolescents, is approaching. Our fall session will be held at the Swamp in Union Point October 13-15, 2017. Applications (español) need to be postmarked, emailed, or faxed to us no later than October 4th, 2017. We will provide FREE transportation to camp and back depending on need.
Our camp is well suited to all youth who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or other close loved one, especially youth who have experienced trauma linked to the death. Professional bereavement counselors, trained in grief and trauma, lead all counseling sessions.
There is also a retreat available for adults who want to process their own grief with other adults who are grieving. The adult retreat is held on the same campus as the children’s camp session, also led by professional bereavement counselors.
Camp sessions are FREE OF CHARGE to all participating children and adolescents. Please share this information/announcement with families you feel may benefit from this FREE service for bereaved children and with other professionals as you see fit. If you have any questions or concerns, please visit the Camp MAGIK website or call us at 404.790.0140.
Welcome back to school! Now that everyone is settling into their routines, let’s not forget about Box Tops for Education! It’s easy money for the school and it’s all based on items we already buy! We have 2 coordinators this year, so thank you Claire Davis and Takeita Ward for volunteering for our Inman kids! Box Tops are worth 10¢ for schools and are found on hundreds of products. When students, families, schools and communities work together to collect Box Tops, the money adds up fast. Our first big drive ends on October 31st, and you can send your box tops in with the kids to be dropped in the office either in a bag or on the collection sheets found in the link below! Just have the kids tape their box tops to the collection sheets and then have the kids turn them in the next morning!
There’s also opportunities for Bonus box tops!! Just use the app and help Inman collect even more Box Tops for Education!
It’s super easy – just create your account and choose Inman as your school! Then, select your bonus offers and scan your receipt! No clipping involved for the Bonus Box Tops!!! Every dollar helps us provide more support for our students and our teachers!
Mondays at 4:45, Starting Aug 28th
Led by theater professionals, MJCCA Theater classes present a curriculum built to inspire and nurture a young performers’ innate curiosity, creativity, and ability to make connections with others. This class will be focused on allowing each student the greatest opportunity to grow their skills and understanding of theater arts. Monologues, scenes, and songs will handpicked for our actors. Each week will be a workshop diving into assigned material – focusing on character analysis, script breakdown, and technique. The course will culminate in a Showcase for families and friends!
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