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1 What a Year! Georgia Arts Council awards $44,000 to Fulton schools

2 What a Year! North Springs High School FBLA team wins nationals

3 What a Year! School Board successfully moves to paperless meetings

4 What a Year! Creekside High School and Centennial High School earn certification for business education programs

5 What a Year! Contracting Department wins 2005 Excellence in Procurement Award

6 What a Year! SAT scores top 1056, highest of metro Atlanta large districts

7 What a Year! Woodland Elementary, Spalding Drive Elementary, Holcomb Bridge Middle students published in Town Turtles book

8 What a Year! Paul D. West Middle starts scholarship fund for students showing improvement

9 What a Year! Hurricanes Katrina and Rita relocate more than 1,100 students to Fulton County schools

10 What a Year! Schools collect thousands of dollars for hurricane relief

11 What a Year! 549 Fulton bus drivers awarded for safe driving

12 What a Year! Thirty-two schools receive Single Statewide Accountability System awards from GDOE and OSA

13 What a Year! Groundbreakings held for new Renaissance Elementary and Woodland Middle replacement

14 What a Year! Riverwood High School debuts Academic Integrity policy

15 What a Year! Twenty-five teachers earn National Board Certification

16 What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle School gains Lighthouse School status, Crabapple Middle is recertified

17 What a Year! Tri-Cities High School named School of the Year by Junior Achievement of Georgia

18 What a Year! Fulton awarded $812,000 for performing arts programs

19 What a Year! 98% of 11 th graders pass Georgia High School Graduation Writing Test

20 What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle, Northview High win national online quiz bowls

21 What a Year! S.L. Lewis Elementary School wins Atlanta Falcons Fitness Challenge

22 What a Year! Centennial High School, Chattahoochee High School, and Milton High School bands and orchestra reap national honors

23 What a Year! Twenty-five schools win Best Buy TE@CH Emergency Response grants to support hurricane victims

24 What a Year! Bethune Elementary kindergartners publish book about Thanksgiving

25 What a Year! New Georgia Tech partnership provides college-level calculus to high school students

26 What a Year! Northview High School wins Governors Cup for SAT Achievement for second consecutive year

27 What a Year! Microsofts BAM! Minority Student Day draws students from Banneker, Creekside, Tri-Cities, and Westlake high schools

28 What a Year! Brother of Challenger astronaut visits namesake McNair Middle School

29 What a Year! Fulton student Nandhini Sundaresan represents Georgia in National Spelling Bee

30 What a Year! State Athletic Champions: Centennial HS – Girls Swim Team Northview HS – Girls Volleyball, Boys Tennis

31 What a Year! Milton HS – Girls Lacrosse Westlake HS – Boys Track & Field

32 What a Year! Autrey Mill Middle School named state PAGE Academic Bowl champions, Haynes Bridge Middle wins Fulton County Academic Bowl

33 What a Year! New South Fulton High School design debuted

34 What a Year! Northwestern Middle School named a 2006 Georgia School of Excellence

35 What a Year! First Place State Winners: Technology Fair……….22 Science Fair………….…..9 Social Studies Fair……..2

36 What a Year! Ridgeview celebrates 20 years as a middle school

37 What a Year! Roswell High School students take honors at Japan Bowl

38 What a Year! Teachers from Sandtown Middle, Sweet Apple Elementary, Findley Oaks Elementary, and State Bridge Crossing Elementary receive Braves awards

39 What a Year! Eighth grade writing scores climb to 93% scoring On Target or Exceeding Target

40 What a Year! Creekside High School dedicates new classroom addition

41 What a Year! New Westlake High School design debuted

42 What a Year! Love T. Nolans Chandra Lemons and Creek View Elementarys Tracy Trussell named Georgia PTA Outstanding Principals

43 What a Year! Georgia DOE honors 24 Fulton schools as Title I Distinguished Schools

44 What a Year! Governor Perdue signs Highly Qualified Principals legislation at Roswell High School

45 What a Year! Conley Hills Elementary students publish biography of former Atlanta Thrashers player Dan Snyder

46 What a Year! National Center for Educational Accountability identifies 14 schools as consistent high performers Brookview ES, Crabapple Crossing ES, Heards Ferry ES, High Point ES,

47 What a Year! Hillside ES, Mountain Park ES, New Prospect ES, Northwood ES, Oak Knoll ES, Randolph ES, Roswell North ES, Stonewall Tell ES, Summit Hill ES, and Tubman ES

48 What a Year! National PTA President visits Woodland Middle School

49 What a Year! National Wildlife Federation certifies Dunwoody Springs Charter Schools outdoor classroom

50 What a Year! Taylor Road Middle School chorus wins national competition in Williamsburg

51 What a Year! 39 Fulton students named National Merit Scholars

52 What a Year! Creek View Elementary teacher named National Cultural Educator of the Year by VIF

53 What a Year! Teachers from Seaborn Lee Elementary School, Ridgeview Middle School, and New Prospect Elementary School named VIF honorees

54 What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle School Principal Elizabeth Fogartie named Georgia VIF Principal of the Year

55 What a Year! Seven high schools named Top Schools by Newsweek Magazine

56 What a Year! Riverwood High ranked highest in Georgia on Newsweek list

57 What a Year! 11 th graders excel on High School Graduation Tests – 4% increase of students passing all sections

58 What a Year! 2006-07 Employees of the Year: Nathifa Williams Carmichael, North Springs HS – Overall Teacher of the Year

59 What a Year! Karen Jones, Hembree Springs ES – Elementary School TOTY Deborah Polk, Taylor Road MS – Middle School TOTY

60 What a Year! Suresh Srinivasan, Barnwell ES – School Professional of the Year Michael Graham, Warehouse – Support Professional of the Year

61 What a Year! Successful passage of FY2007 $736.9 million budget – 8.5% increase over previous year

62 What a Year! Thank you for everything youve done to make the year a success!

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