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Join college students and other school kids across the Atlanta metro area for a fun walk on a college campus! Talk with college students who are excited to spend time with you and answer your questions about college. You will learn how to be successful at school and at work from successful business leaders. The day starts with breakfast and group exercises followed by a short, energetic, and interactive walk. Students will attend sessions on the college process, finding a job, starting your own business, financial literacy, career modules, reading and more. We’ll have lunch and fun activities for you to participate in! For parents, educators, and other adults, there will be a panel discussion on education followed by question and answer session. Panelists will consist of experts in the field of education, business, government, and the community. Sign up in advance to get breakfast, lunch, snacks and a backpack with great information about college, other goodies, and a super cool t-shirt. Event Details
Saturday, March 18, 2017
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Atlanta Technical College
Everyone must register to walk – online or through your school.
The Office of Gifted and Talented Education will host the Spring 2017 Parent University at Deerwood Academy on March 14, 2017 from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. All parents of gifted and high ability students are invited to take part in a series of informational sessions that focus on STEM, critical thinking, and creativity. For further information contact Yolanda Cobb at 404-802-1585.
Parents of students who receive special education services are asked to take a Parent Involvement survey from the Department of Education. The purpose of the Parent Involvement Surveys is in order for all students to graduate prepared to achieve a lifetime of success, families need to be an important part of the school team. Completing this survey will assist in achieving this goal. The survey also helps the state to determine parents’ perception of the success of parent engagement between the local school and themselves. The information is gathered as a component of the State Performance Plan, Indicator 8: Percent of parents with a student receiving special education services who report that the schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving the results of children with disabilities. The data collected is reported in the Annual Performance Report and on the system profile. The deadline for the survey is April 15, 2017.
The meeting is tentatively re-scheduled for Wednesday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m.
The Grady Grey Knights Athletic Booster Club is now accepting nominations to its board of directors for the 2017-2018 membership year. Elections will take place on
April 12 April 19. The board of directors consists of the following officers: President, First Vice-President, Second Vice-President/Membership Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer. A description of officer responsibilities can be found in the Booster Club bylaws on the Grady athletic website. All members who have paid their dues for the 2016-17 year can vote in the election. Dues for the remainder of the 2016-17 school year are only $5 and may be paid at the meeting. To suggest yourself or someone else for the Athletic Booster Club board of directors, send the name and contact information to Grady Athletics by March 27th.
The Athletic Booster Club provides financial and volunteer support to Grady High School athletic teams and clubs. The Athletic Booster Club welcomes everyone who supports its mission to become a part of our organization! Parents of rising 9th grade students are especially encouraged to get involved with the Booster Club as we begin planning for Homecoming 2017 and the rest of the 2017-18 school year.
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