APS to Provide Free Meals to All Children Throughout the District

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has recently announced an extended Seamless Summer Option (SSO) waiver, which allows free meals to all children (ages 1-18) in communities designated as areas of community eligibility. On Sept. 9, the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) School Nutrition Program announced that the entire state of Georgia has been declared... Continue Reading →

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‘APS Good Trouble Voter Campaign’ Aims to Register 100% of Eligible High School Voters

Atlanta Public Schools has partnered with When We All Vote for the APS Good Trouble Voter Campaign, which aims to educate and inspire APS students and families about the importance of voting and honors the late Congressman and Civil Rights leader John Lewis, who once said: “Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get... Continue Reading →

Watch Sept. 21 on CBS46: APS Featured in ‘Race & Healing: A Community Conversation’

APS students joined Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring, best-selling authors, and community leaders in Race & Healing: A Community Conversation--a town hall event to promote understanding and justice through literacy. Race & Healing: A Community Conversation was recorded remotely on Sept. 15 and will air Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 at 7 p.m. EST via cbs46.com and http://www.facebook.com/AtlantaPublicSchools.

Extra Yard for Teachers: APS Teacher Awarded $1,000 DonorsChoose Gift Card

The College Football Playoff Foundation is honoring teachers in a BIG way! Through their primary platform Extra Yard for Teachers, the foundation and the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl are both giving back to teachers through various campaign efforts, one of which includes the #BigDayforTeachers initiative! On Monday, September 14, 2020 the foundation awarded an Atlanta Public... Continue Reading →

Principal Shares History and Impact of the New David T. Howard Middle School

Guest Blog By: Kevin Maxwell, Principal of David T. Howard Middle School There is excitement across our community and across generations about the opening of the David T. Howard Middle School. It is well known that David Tobias Howard donated the 7.5 acres of land on which this former elementary school and high school operated... Continue Reading →

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