The Club is a joint initiative sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology (WST) and IMS.
NOTICE TO ALL APS STUDENTS, PARENTS, AND GUARDIANSThis notice is to inform you that the Atlanta Public Schools has received a subpoena related to Fulton County Superior Court case 13SC117954. The subpoena requires the school system to produce information that may contain the education information of students, including student identification numbers. Please note that the subpoena is directed to the school system, and you are not required to take any action or provide any information.
The school system will comply with the subpoena and provide the subpoenaed information unless restrained in some manner by legal authority. The school system is providing you this notice as required by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Should you choose to seek protective action, it is your responsibility to take the necessary steps with appropriate court officials. The school system must comply with the subpoena unless restrained in some manner by legal authority, and the school system is not allowed to withhold the subpoenaed information based upon a request by a student, parent, or guardian.
Court officials will have access to the subpoenaed information on or after May 17, 2013, unless restrained in some manner by legal authority.
Please be assured that Atlanta Public Schools takes the privacy of students and their families very seriously and discloses information related to students and their families only in a manner allowed by law.
Superintendent Search Committee community meetings
The Superintendent Search Committee will hold community meetings at schools in every cluster. The purpose of the meetings is to obtain input regarding the profile for the next superintendent. The meeting dates and locations are listed below. All meetings will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
· May 15: North Region meetings will be held at Harper-Archer MS, the Coretta Scott King Young Women’s Leadership Academy and Sutton MS.
· May 16: South Region meetings will be held at Long MS and Price MS.
· May 20: West Region meetings will be held at Brown MS, Bunche MS and Young MS.
· May 21: East Region meetings will be held at Inman MS and King MS.
Dear Inman Families,
It’s time to express gratitude for the great things that are happening at Inman Middle School. We have just been named a Georgia “Highest Performing School” by the GA Department of Education, we have a winning Cheerleading team and we won an Atlanta Partners for Education Award for our partnership with the Federal Reserve.
Our success is not only due to our great students and staff, but also because of the on-going support extended to our staff and students from you, our parents and community. We cannot do the great things we do without your individual support as well as the active participation through our PTA and LSC.
We also continue to work very closely with school-wide management and behavior expectations. Our new vision at Inman is “Creating a Culture of Excellence” and I hope you will continue to work with us in that manner. Please take the time to review the APS Student Handbook and your child’s Student Agenda and know that our expectation for appropriate behavior and academic readiness are very high.
We are delighted for Dr. Cha Walker-Rice, Assistant Principal and Ms. Barbara Copney, 8th grade science teacher who are retiring at the end of the month. It was a very difficult decision for both of them and we wish them well in their new adventures. They have both served with great integrity and passion and will be truly missed.
As the semester is ending soon, please continue to check the IC portal on a regular basis, talk to your children about making good choices and holding your child accountable for their academic progress.
Best wishes to all Inman families this Thanksgiving time and thank you for being such a critical part of Inman’s success.