Quest for Excellence Scholarship, UGA Fall 2021


My name is Benjamin Coffie, and I am the Scholarship Chair of Sigma Pi Fraternity at the University of Georgia. We are now accepting applications for The Quest for Excellence Scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year! These are two $1,000 scholarships awarded to deserving incoming freshmen men attending UGA Fall Semester 2021. Scholarship recipients are not required to join Sigma Pi.… Read More »

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Benjamin Coffie
(470) 554-2601

13 Tips for Kids Heading to College – Advice from Financial Innovations!

by Laura Schilling of Financial Innovations for The Aha! Connection

In today’s strange world leaving for college is not just about going to Bed Bath and Beyond to get your comforter.  Will you go to classes live or online?  Will the dorm stay open?  Will you wear masks on campus?  These are strange times; however, there are things that every college student should have/do on the financial front:

  1. A Financial Power of Attorney. 
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The AJC Awards Cornerstone Christian Academy Top Workplaces 2021 Honor


Click here for a video of Colin Creel sharing the news with the staff. 

Peachtree Corners, GA 3/18/21 – Cornerstone Christian Academy has been awarded a Top Workplaces 2021 honor by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.… Read More »

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Registration for 2021-2022 SSUMC Kindergarten

We have just a few spaces remaining in our Kindergarten class for the Fall! We’ve loved offering in-person learning to Sandy Springs families this whole year! Next year may still be an adventure– and we’ll be here! We’ll prepare your Kindergartener for “big” school in a small Kindergarten class! Our teachers meet the kids where they are academically and socially, and challenge them to their potential!… Read More »

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Meredith Dunn
(404) 250-9455

PALS Spring 2021 Program Announcement

PALS (Perimeter Adult Learning Services) is pleased to announce its next exciting lineup of classes for the Spring 2021 session running for 8 weeks on Mondays AND Wednesdays beginning April 5, 2021 and running through May 26, 2021. The classes will again be virtual using the Zoom platform.
The lineup of classes is as follows:
MONDAYS from April 5, 2021 – Inside the GBI – Agents of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation will discuss the agency’s various operations, including how they investigate major thefts, police officer involved shootings, child trafficking, elder abuse and the use of the crime lab among others.… Read More »

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Iris Katz
(770) 698-0801

FCA Zoom gathering

Thursday morning, March 12th @ 7:45 AM, we will have an FCA Zoom gathering. 

Mr. Fortenberry will be announcing all our restaurant gift card winners from the raffle last week and Justin Bagwell from North Atlanta will be our speaker. You don’t want to miss him!!  We will be done at 8:00 AM. Can’t wait to see you this Thursday morning!!!… Read More »

Will you write a note of encouragement to a DHS Teacher? Here’s how!

Calling all DHS Families!

Throughout the 2020-2021 school year, our students and teachers have worked together to strive for academic excellence. Recently, our teachers returned to the building and are now preparing their classrooms for face to face instruction. The PTSO would like our families to show their LOVE and APPRECIATION for our DHS Faculty through our PTSO March Project. … Read More »

Dunwoody High Principal Message Re: Return to School

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, Superintendent Watson-Harris announced the reopening of schools date.  DeKalb County Schools will reopen for hybrid/in-person learning on the following dates below:

9th grade students will return starting Tuesday, March 9th

10th – 12th  grade students will return starting Monday, March 15th

During January 2021, a Dunwoody HS Student Intent to Return survey was sent to parents/guardians requesting your instructional model option for your child; hybrid or distance/remote.… Read More »

School, Disrupted: Rediscovering the Joy of Learning in a Pandemic-Stricken World

The COVID-19 pandemic forced students, teachers, and parents to change their ways of doing things almost overnight as schools closed and learning went online. The situation left everyone scrambling – and often grumbling about the limited learning taking place under this hasty reinvention of how schools operate.

But despite all the downsides, could this moment of school upheaval also be an opportunity to transform the nation’s education system into something better?… Read More »

DeKalb Teacher Re-Assignments…..Why NOW?

by Lauren Townsend for The Aha! Connection

On Monday, March 1, 2021 many DeKalb County School District (DCSD)1 parents received an email informing them their children’s teachers are being reassigned, effective this week. The letter cited that the Georgia Department of Education (DoE) reported several District 1 schools being out of the State Comparability Policy. “This policy requires Title 1 schools to have similar resources as non-Title 1 schools.… Read More »

St. Martin’s Episcopal School – Apply Now

St. Martin’s Episcopal School is Atlanta’s preschool through 8th grade experience dedicated to graduating well-rounded individuals ready to wholeheartedly embrace life. We do this by giving students the personalized attention, instruction and support they need as they learn about the world and themselves through intellectual adventures, extracurricular opportunities and spiritual formation. We believe the transition from children to young adults is a time to savor and celebrate, and the best time to develop a strong foundation on which students can build for the rest of their lives.  … Read More »

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Marist School

The mission of Marist School is to form the whole person in the image of Christ through instruction grounded in religious values, the teachings of the Catholic Church, and the spirit of the Society of Mary. This mission is advanced through communal pursuit of excellence in academic, religious, extracurricular, leadership, and service programs.


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