Meetings | 2016
- September 8 – General Meeting 6pm | Curriculum Night
- September 16 – Board Meeting 8am, Principals Coffee 9:15am
- October 21 – Board Meeting 8am
- November 18 – Board Meeting 8am
Inman Middle School was named a “Highest Performing School” by the Georgia Department of Education. A “Highest-Performing School” is a Title I school among the 5% of Title I schools in the State that has the highest absolute performance over three years for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments. A Highest-Performing School must have made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for the “all students” group and all of its subgroups in 2011. A school may not be classified as a Highest-Performing School if there are significant achievement gaps across subgroups that are not closing in the school.
The Inman Eagles were winners at the recent Georgia Student Media Festival which was judged on May 10, 2013. Winning with their advertising video “Joe’s Kabob Place” were Harrison Gray, Alexander Menor, Ruth Payne and Olivia Hunter. Seventh grader Avery Welty Green won for her biography web site on Vincent Van Gogh. Max Nevins, seventh grader, won for his Power Point titled “Probability”. Congratulations to all!
The Inman Orchestra traveled to Westlake High School to participate in the Georgia Music Educators Association’s (GMEA) Annual District Five Large Group Performance Evaluation for Orchestra. They received a Superior rating from the performance judges and a Superior rating from the sight-reading judge. Superior is the highest rating given at LGPE.
Karin Wilksa represented both Inman and Atlanta Public Schools Saturday, March 9th, 2013 at the Georgia State Technology Fair in Macon, GA. Participants had to have won their recent regional fair in order to participate. There were over 700 student participants. Karin won 2nd place in the Multimedia Division for Eighth Graders.
The students who represented the Inman Middle School Singing Eagles Chorus at the Annual LGPE Choral Music Festival achieved SUPERIOR ratings from all three judges in Performance & a SUPERIOR rating in Sight-Reading!
Congratulations to 8th grade students Audrey Burnette, Frankie Clarke, Allie Schneider, Jared Steckl, and 7th grade students Viola Fruth, Amani Watkins, Samaria Campbell, and Kamryn Boone for going on to represent Inman Middle School at the 2012-2013 State Science and Engineering Fair, which will be held at the University of Georgia, March 2013.
The girls’ lacrosse team had a very successful season and came in second place in their division, and made the playoffs. The team has 20 players returning next season and continue to welcome new participants. The Lacrosse Program at Inman gets stronger every year. Coach of the Year! Congratulations Coach Maxwell! Craig Maxwell, Inman’s Girls Lacrosse coach, was honored as Lacrosse Coach of the Year on January 27, 2013 by the Georgia Chapter of US Lacrosse.
“Submit the Documentary”
virtual reality of cyberbullying™
Please mark your calendars for this important evening, sponsored by the Inman PTA:
Thursday, January 23, 2014
6:00 p.m. in the Inman Auditorium
A must-see for every middle school and high school student and their parents. SUBMIT* The Documentary is a 45-minute look into the frightening new reality of Cyberbullying. SUBMIT* The Documentary is rated PG, but the subject matter is sensitive and may not be suitable for younger children. Please use discretion. Click here to view the trailer: http://www.youtube.