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What a Year! Alpharetta High School, North Springs High School, and Northview High School FBLA teams win first place state awards
What a Year! Ridgeview Charter School, TEACH Charter High, and Connected Academy receive $632,000 in grants
What a Year! Successful GPS implementation continues in math, science, and social studies
What a Year! Southern Regional Education Board names Northview High School and North Springs High School to its 2006 High Schools That Work list
What a Year! Contracting Department wins 2006 Excellence in Procurement Award
What a Year! SAT scores increase for 13 th straight year
What a Year! Ludacris Foundation donates $10,000 to Tri-Cities High Schools fashion design program
What a Year! Mimosa Elementary School showcased as model school by Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education
What a Year! Largest rezoning ever of South Fulton schools is completed successfully
What a Year! Alpharetta High School recognized by GaDOE with Exemplary Media Center Award
What a Year! Connected Academy takes first steps to creating its first class of students
What a Year! 32 schools receive Single Statewide Accountability System awards from GDOE and OSA
What a Year! First phases of A+ Project and SAMS implemented
What a Year! Roswell North Elementary School recognized by Standards & Poors
What a Year! Northview High School earns certification for business education program
What a Year! Parklane Elementary School teachers partner to publish childrens book
What a Year! Elkins Pointe Middle School teacher named Georgia Music Educator of the Year
What a Year! All School Board meetings now streamed live over the internet FCSTV cable channel now videostreams on web site
What a Year! Hapeville Elementary School and Northview High School teachers are Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Scholars
What a Year! 227 Fulton County Schools retirees recognized for service
What a Year! School additions set to open at High Point Elementary School, Woodland Elementary Charter School, and Roswell High School
What a Year! Science additions complete at Camp Creek, Crabapple, Haynes Bridge, Holcomb Bridge, McNair, and Taylor Road middle schools
What a Year! Groundbreakings held for five new schools
What a Year! Fourteen teachers earn National Board Certification
What a Year! 97% of 11 th graders pass Georgia High School Graduation Writing Test on first try
What a Year! Webb Bridge Middle School and River Trail Middle School win national online quiz bowls
What a Year! State Athletic Champions: Roswell High – Football, Gymnastics Northview High – Boys Golf, Girls Golf, Girls Swimming, Boys Tennis Milton High – Girls Lacrosse
What a Year! Chattahoochee High School named State Debate Champions
What a Year! Tri-Cities High School named State One Act Play Champions
What a Year! First Place State Winners: Technology Fair……….21 Science Fair……….…..10 Media Festival…………11
What a Year! Stonewall Tell Elementary School teacher receives Georgia Excellence in Physical Education award
What a Year! Northview High School sweeps all categories in Southeast Regional Chemagination Competition
What a Year! Dunwoody Springs Charter Elementary School teacher named Supervising Teacher of the Year
What a Year! Conley Hills Elementary School art teacher named Teacher of the Year by Young Audiences of Georgia
What a Year! Holcomb Bridge Middle School and Centennial High School win awards at Model United Nations conferences
What a Year! Designs approved for new South Fulton High School and North Fulton High School
What a Year! River Trail Middle School, Hopewell Middle School, and Webb Bridge Middle School teachers win prestigious Edyth May Sliffe mathematics educator awards
What a Year! Alpharetta High School art teacher named Georgia Secondary Art Educator of the Year
What a Year! Director of Social Studies Pat Guillory named Outstanding Social Studies Educator by the Georgia Council for the Social Studies
What a Year! Alpharetta Elementary School celebrates 50 years
What a Year! Roswell High School students take honors at Japan Bowl
What a Year! Renaissance Elementary School dedicates building
What a Year! Dan Sims from Paul D. West Middle named Outstanding Principal by the Georgia PTA
What a Year! Georgia DOE honors 23 Fulton schools as Title I Distinguished Schools
What a Year! Eight Fulton high schools shine in Atlanta Magazine as High Achievers
What a Year! Creekside High School student named to U.S. Armys All-American football team
What a Year! Voters overwhelmingly re-approve SPLOST in all polling districts
What a Year! North Springs High School charter petition receives approval from State Department of Education
What a Year! Bear Creek Middle School named National NASA Explorer School
What a Year! Fulton named among Top 100 Communities to Live for Music Education for eighth consecutive year
What a Year! Partnerships formed with new cities Cogburn Woods ES and Hopewell MS get trees from City of Milton Milton High School designs police car logo for City of Milton
What a Year! 32 Fulton students named National Merit Scholars
What a Year! Roswell High School student named Presidential Scholar
What a Year! Ridgeview Middle School teacher named Georgia Cultural Educator of the Year by VIF
What a Year! Teacher from Mimosa Elementary School named Georgia Outstanding Cultural Educator
What a Year! Mimosa Elementary School Principal Cheryl Williams named Georgia International Education Advocate of the Year
What a Year! Eight high schools named Top Schools by Newsweek Magazine
What a Year! Noris Price from Woodland Elementary Charter School named Distinguished Principal by the Georgia Association of Elementary School Principals
What a Year! 11 th graders excel on High School Graduation Tests – 82% pass all sections on first try
What a Year! 2007-08 Employees of the Year: Basil Lee, Banneker HS Overall Teacher of the Year
What a Year! Karen Sperber, Abbotts Hill ES Elementary School TOTY Eric Huston, Haynes Bridge MS Middle School TOTY
What a Year! Frederick Green, Randolph ES School Professional of the Year Duane DeBruler, Transportation Support Professional of the Year
What a Year! Successful passage of FY2008 $831.9 million budget
What a Year! Thank you for everything youve done to make the year a success! Thank you for everything youve done to make the year a success!
What a Year! Georgia Arts Council awards $44,000 to Fulton schools.
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