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Career Day Brings Physics To Inman Middle School

  Hair pulled back into a ponytail that reached the small of his back, he wore a purple button-down shirt tucked neatly into a black kilt that swung freely as he stepped his brown cargo boots into Mr. Hamilton’s eighth-grade science class. The physicist had arrived for Inman Middle School’s career day. “I hope to…

#APSRace2Read Winner’s Podium (Our Top 10 by Day 10!)

Nov. 16 marked Day 10 of our district-wide literacy campaign APS Race2Read: The 2 Million Minutes Challenge. Four schools have already crossed the finish line, and other schools are closing in quickly! Drum roll, please …  Crossing the finish line on Nov. 9 and taking the Gold is Cleveland Avenue Elementary School (South Atlanta Cluster)!…

APS Celebrates School Psychology Awareness Week

Atlanta Public Schools recognizes the incredible work of our school psychologists during National School Psychology Awareness Week (SPAW), Nov. 12 – 16. The APS Division of Psychological Services comprises 25 school psychologists who provide evaluations, counseling and consultative services to Pre-K-12th grade students. Each school psychologist serves three-five schools and are active participants in district-wide crisis teams…

The ‘Wimpy Kid’ Gets Race2Read Rolling

Cheers, raised hands and even snow balls filled the air in South Atlanta High School’s auditorium on Nov. 7, as nearly 500 students from 24 APS elementary and middle schools had a meltdown showdown! New York Times best-selling author/cartoonist Jeff Kinney’s visit came one week after the release of “The Diary of a Wimpy Kid“…