- Teachers & Staff
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Walk with Majok Marier, the former Sudanese Lost Boy who started Wells for Hope and has met with Inman seventh graders the past two years.
Sunday, March 12, 2017 | 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Wells for Hope – Walk for Water and Health
The walk symbolizes the distance women in South Sudan must walk each way to retrieve clean water. Wells for Hope has drilled three water wells in South Sudan and now seeks to build health clinics.
Please plan to attend the upcoming meeting on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 in the Inman Cafeteria.
Faculty/Staff: 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Community: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
With Dr. Bockman named the Grady principal, the hiring process for Inman is anticipated to move quickly in order to name her permanent successor. This meeting gives the Inman community an opportunity to give input for the qualities they would like in the permanent Inman principal.
“An Eagles Knight Out”
Inaugural event Mixer of the Year
to benefit Inman Middle School & Grady High School
Come enjoy samplings from many of the restaurants you know and love
and some you have yet to discover.
Food, Drinks & Music all at your local historic landmark The Trolley Barn in Inman Park.
When: Sunday March 26, 2017 from 4pm-8pm
Where: The Trolley Barn, 963 Edgewood Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Ticket Prices: $35
Sponsor Tables available, seating 6, $325/table
Only 2 VIP Tables are available, seating 8, in the Mezzanine overlooking the main floor, $400/table
Weather permitting we will have an outdoor patio and bar. Auction: We will be auctioning off vacation weekends, beauty services, gift certificated to local shops and more. Participation vendors to follow as the items are still rolling in. Music performance will be announced as we get closer to the event.
We cannot wait to see you there!
Inman Robotics won 6th place in GA and won the Judges Award for Strategy, Design & Engineering Notebook at the VEX Robotics State Championship on Saturday, Feb 25! These are amazing wins for our new debut team!
Our district’s Human Growth and Development Advisory Committee has been working since last May to develop a comprehensive sex-education unit as part of our health curriculum for grades five through twelfth. This committee has reviewed instructional resource materials that support the sexuality curriculum and has made recommendations for implementation of materials. To ensure that the community has the opportunity to review and provide feedback on these materials we are placing them in the Media Centers at North Atlanta High School, Washington High School and South Atlanta High School for three weeks. The Media Specialist at each school will be able to help stakeholders access the materials and will provide an evaluation form. Again, we encourage all stakeholder to visit one of the Media Centers to review the sex-education materials currently on display and provide feedback to the committee.