Redistricting plan impacts 11 north Fulton elementary schools
by James Swift
December 17, 2014 01:42 PM | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
At Centennial High School last Wednesday, Fulton County Schools debuted a redistricting draft plan that will affect students attending 11 north Fulton elementary schools. The catalyst for redistricting is a new elementary school under construction at the intersection of Highway 9 and Thomas Drive. Set to open in 2016, the unnamed school will serve as a temporary home for Esther Jackson Elementary students during the 2015-16 school year, as a new facility is built at the school’s cur...
Parents affected by redistricting speak out at meeting
Parents of students affected by Fulton County Schools’ northern redistricting plan used Thursday night’s Board of Education meeting as another opportunity to voice their opinions on the issue. The ...
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Column: Progress being made in state’s charter school efforts
You may recall I vigorously opposed passage of a constitutional amendment in 2012 creating the State Charter School Commission that would allow an alternative method for authorizing charter schools...
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North Fulton players named to All-6AAAAAA team A number of north Fulton players were selected to the All-Region 6AAAAAA football team, which was released last week. Alpharetta coach Jacob Nichols w...
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    Has the traffic situation in north Fulton improved in the past five years?