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What a Year! Georgia Arts Council awards $44,000 to Fulton schools
What a Year! North Springs High School FBLA team wins nationals
What a Year! School Board successfully moves to paperless meetings
What a Year! Creekside High School and Centennial High School earn certification for business education programs
What a Year! Contracting Department wins 2005 Excellence in Procurement Award
What a Year! SAT scores top 1056, highest of metro Atlanta large districts
What a Year! Woodland Elementary, Spalding Drive Elementary, Holcomb Bridge Middle students published in Town Turtles book
What a Year! Paul D. West Middle starts scholarship fund for students showing improvement
What a Year! Hurricanes Katrina and Rita relocate more than 1,100 students to Fulton County schools
What a Year! Schools collect thousands of dollars for hurricane relief
What a Year! 549 Fulton bus drivers awarded for safe driving
What a Year! Thirty-two schools receive Single Statewide Accountability System awards from GDOE and OSA
What a Year! Groundbreakings held for new Renaissance Elementary and Woodland Middle replacement
What a Year! Riverwood High School debuts Academic Integrity policy
What a Year! Twenty-five teachers earn National Board Certification
What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle School gains Lighthouse School status, Crabapple Middle is recertified
What a Year! Tri-Cities High School named School of the Year by Junior Achievement of Georgia
What a Year! Fulton awarded $812,000 for performing arts programs
What a Year! 98% of 11 th graders pass Georgia High School Graduation Writing Test
What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle, Northview High win national online quiz bowls
What a Year! S.L. Lewis Elementary School wins Atlanta Falcons Fitness Challenge
What a Year! Centennial High School, Chattahoochee High School, and Milton High School bands and orchestra reap national honors
What a Year! Twenty-five schools win Best Buy TE@CH Emergency Response grants to support hurricane victims
What a Year! Bethune Elementary kindergartners publish book about Thanksgiving
What a Year! New Georgia Tech partnership provides college-level calculus to high school students
What a Year! Northview High School wins Governors Cup for SAT Achievement for second consecutive year
What a Year! Microsofts BAM! Minority Student Day draws students from Banneker, Creekside, Tri-Cities, and Westlake high schools
What a Year! Brother of Challenger astronaut visits namesake McNair Middle School
What a Year! Fulton student Nandhini Sundaresan represents Georgia in National Spelling Bee
What a Year! State Athletic Champions: Centennial HS – Girls Swim Team Northview HS – Girls Volleyball, Boys Tennis
What a Year! Milton HS – Girls Lacrosse Westlake HS – Boys Track & Field
What a Year! Autrey Mill Middle School named state PAGE Academic Bowl champions, Haynes Bridge Middle wins Fulton County Academic Bowl
What a Year! New South Fulton High School design debuted
What a Year! Northwestern Middle School named a 2006 Georgia School of Excellence
What a Year! First Place State Winners: Technology Fair……….22 Science Fair………….…..9 Social Studies Fair……..2
What a Year! Ridgeview celebrates 20 years as a middle school
What a Year! Roswell High School students take honors at Japan Bowl
What a Year! Teachers from Sandtown Middle, Sweet Apple Elementary, Findley Oaks Elementary, and State Bridge Crossing Elementary receive Braves awards
What a Year! Eighth grade writing scores climb to 93% scoring On Target or Exceeding Target
What a Year! Creekside High School dedicates new classroom addition
What a Year! New Westlake High School design debuted
What a Year! Love T. Nolans Chandra Lemons and Creek View Elementarys Tracy Trussell named Georgia PTA Outstanding Principals
What a Year! Georgia DOE honors 24 Fulton schools as Title I Distinguished Schools
What a Year! Governor Perdue signs Highly Qualified Principals legislation at Roswell High School
What a Year! Conley Hills Elementary students publish biography of former Atlanta Thrashers player Dan Snyder
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,
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
What a Year! National PTA President visits Woodland Middle School
What a Year! National Wildlife Federation certifies Dunwoody Springs Charter Schools outdoor classroom
What a Year! Taylor Road Middle School chorus wins national competition in Williamsburg
What a Year! 39 Fulton students named National Merit Scholars
What a Year! Creek View Elementary teacher named National Cultural Educator of the Year by VIF
What a Year! Teachers from Seaborn Lee Elementary School, Ridgeview Middle School, and New Prospect Elementary School named VIF honorees
What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle School Principal Elizabeth Fogartie named Georgia VIF Principal of the Year
What a Year! Seven high schools named Top Schools by Newsweek Magazine
What a Year! Riverwood High ranked highest in Georgia on Newsweek list
What a Year! 11 th graders excel on High School Graduation Tests – 4% increase of students passing all sections
What a Year! 2006-07 Employees of the Year: Nathifa Williams Carmichael, North Springs HS – Overall Teacher of the Year
What a Year! Karen Jones, Hembree Springs ES – Elementary School TOTY Deborah Polk, Taylor Road MS – Middle School TOTY
What a Year! Suresh Srinivasan, Barnwell ES – School Professional of the Year Michael Graham, Warehouse – Support Professional of the Year
What a Year! Successful passage of FY2007 $736.9 million budget – 8.5% increase over previous year
What a Year! Thank you for everything youve done to make the year a success!
What a Year! Alpharetta High School, North Springs High School, and Northview High School FBLA teams win first place state awards.
Engagement Raises Achievement Connecting the Curriculum to Kids’ Lives.
Success Stories that we are Proud To Share!
Mt. Tabor High School Academically, Artistically, Athletically Awesome!
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Located in Johns Creek, Georgia, a suburban community of over 76,000, Chattahoochee High School is a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence serving.
Welcome to Lincoln High School’s Advanced Placement Night.
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2013—2014 Success Stories that we are Proud To Share!
Hanover-Horton Middle School Points of Pride. Academic Excellence MEAP Scores are consistently high MEAP Scores are consistently high Highest MEAP scores.
Houston Independent School District Town Hall Meeting Sharpstown Feeder Pattern November 27, 2007.
Oakwood Middle School School of Champions. Oakwood 21 st Century Learning Skills Each year over 75% of our students are adjudicated by judges by: Performing.
Dempsey Middle School ●Middle school can seem like a scary place…at first. With a little knowledge and the help of friends it can be a fun and wonderful.
Elida Board Of Education Meeting Superintendent's Report March 19, 2013.
Hanover-Horton Middle School Points of Pride. Academic Excellence MEAP Scores are consistently high MEAP Scores are consistently high 8 th Grade MEAP.
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C LINTON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT Board of Education Meeting June 9, 2015.
District 88 Mission and Vision District 88 Mission To work for the continuous improvement of student achievement District st - Century Vision A.
One-cent sales tax on every dollar spent in Fulton County One-cent sales tax on every dollar spent in Fulton County Used to fund capital improvements.
N A T I O N A L A S S O C I A T I O N O F I N T E R CO L L E G I A T E A T H L E T I C S 1 E L I G I B I L I T Y C E N T E R Playing College Sports in.
Etowah Eagles: Girls' Soccer “A TEAM ABOVE ALL. ABOVE ALL A TEAM”
Principal: Mrs. Green Assistant Principal: Mrs. Davis Dean of Students /Athletic Director: Mr. Keller 7 th Grade Guidance Counselor: Mrs. West 8th Grade.
Strategic Plan 2017 How will you contribute to our success?
State of the School Address Michael McDonough Principal Pin Oak Middle School April 14, 2009.
2013 Superintendent’s Business Breakfast “The State of the Schools” October 24, 2013 Dr. Steven L. Walts Superintendent of Schools.
LOUISIANA 1 Goals for Education Challenge to Lead 2003 Louisiana.
PROPOSED BUDGET April 19, 2016 Dr. Dean Goewey, Superintendent.
Up Front with Dr. Terranova Eastchester UFSD Preliminary Budget
8 th Grade Forecasting West Salem High School. WELCOME WSHS CLASS OF 2017.
Our Vision & Mission Our Vision: Our vision is to empower every student to reach his or her unique potential. Our Mission: The mission of the.
Forsyth County Schools Overview of the Proposed IE 2 Partnership Contract.
State of the School Welcome to Back to School Night.
Southern Regional Education Board 1 Preparing Students for Success in High School.
6 th Grade Adventure Awaits “Welcome to the Flock!”
HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK (SPF) Clark County School District.
2011 Apple Valley Staff Meeting. AVHS Team Success Athletics: Three State Championships Wrestling, Boys Soccer, Co-Ed Competition Cheer Two.
12/19/05 Finance Committee Framing Statements & Conclusions.
BISHOP MOORE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL. Guided by our Catholic tradition, Bishop Moore Catholic High School students will develop personally, spiritually,
Blissfield Community Schools Strategic Plan Facilities Team.
N A T I O N A L A S S O C I A T I O N O F I N T E R CO L L E G I A T E A T H L E T I C S E L I G I B I L I T Y C E N T E R Keep Playing: Being Recruited.
2013 Faith Summit Faith Community and Schools Working Together for the Success of Students.
Budget Committee’s Proposed Budget Oxford Hills School District FY 2014.
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Title I What Parents Need to Know!. What is Title I? Title I is a program that provides funds from the federal government to improve student learning.
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Good News - MAP Results Compared to Spring 07 Percentage of students in the district meeting their growth targets increased in every grade for math.
Marshall Public Schools World’s Best Workforce September 2014.
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