Monday, May 6, 2013
This letter is to inform you that our Principal, Ms. Gaynor, will not be given the opportunity to serve as Principal in APS beyond the current school year. We need your help!
Dear STEMS’ Parents, We need your help! I am Maryann Briley, a STEMS’ parent and the Chairperson of the STEMS Local School Council. This letter is to inform you that our Principal, Ms. Gaynor, will not be given the opportunity to serve as Principal in APS beyond the current school year. She has been denied a Principal’s Contract with APS. This is a TRAVESTY and we deserve as explanation from the District! We solicit your input and support as we plan a course of action to take our wishes and concerns before the District. We are all aware that STEMS at Therrell High School is performing competitively with the “top performing” schools in the District and improvement plans have been implemented yearly to raise performance levels, with …
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Raynard Johnson is a lifetime resident of SW Atlanta and has been a constant advocate, on his Facebook page and Twitter account, for everything related to Southwest Atlanta and the metro area.
Dear Friends, On April 19, 2013 I announced my candidacy for the Atlanta Board of Education, representing District 5. I have filed the declaration of intention to accept campaign contributions for the Atlanta School Board seat and I will submit the necessary forms to qualify to have my name placed on the ballot as the filing dates approach. I humbly ask for your support and your vote on Election Day, Tuesday November 5, 2013. As a lifelong resident of SW Atlanta, I am a product of the Atlanta Public Schools system, which I hope to be able to represent as one of your board members. From my early days at both Mary Agnes Jones and Beecher Hills Elementary Schools to my time at Southwest Atlanta High School, I have always had a special place …
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The Atlanta Police Department lost 2 great pilots, officers, friends and family members last week when their helicopter crashed.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
To the Atlanta Community, The Atlanta Police Department would like to give a big THANK YOU to the citizens of Atlanta, Dekalb Co., Fulton Co. & College Park. As the police motorcade came through your jurisdiction, the traffic was shut down to allow us to proceed to bury our brothers in BLUE. We saw people standing at attention, crying, waving, taking pictures and creating videos. It is an impressive site to watch and it will take your breath away. Thank you for your patience and kind hearts during this difficult time here at the Atlanta Police Department, it is greatly appreciated. Officer K. Y. Jones Atlanta Public Safety HDQ Office of the Chief of Police Public Affairs