BOOK, Roland Martin and The 74 (the74million.org) invite you to attend “Is School Choice the Black Choice?" an education town hall aimed at helping Atlanta parents learn how they can better access high-quality schools for their children.
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The event will take place on Friday, February 22, 2019 from 6-8pm at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center at Morehouse College, with a local partner fair to be held from 5:30-6pm and 8-8:30pm.
This event will feature prominent national and local education advocates and will offer opportunities to network with local education reform, faith, and civic groups.
The event is free. Childcare will be provided.
You don’t want to miss this exciting event, so be sure to secure your spot ASAP!
Is School Choice the Black Choice? Keeping it 100 for Atlanta students
eventbrite.comRoland Martin and The 74 (the74million.org) invite you to attend the “Is School Choice the Black Choice?" education town hall event aimed at helping families in Atlanta learn how they can better access high-quality schools for their children. This two-hour event will feature speakers at the local,...
This is an important reminder from the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board!
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Atlanta Planning Advisory Board will convene their first General meeting of the year on Saturday, January 19, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Atlanta City Hall, Committee Room One, 55 Trinity Avenue, SW, Atlanta, 30303.
For questions and suggestions email Apabatlanta@gmail.com. Sign up to receive updates at Apabatlanta.org.
Introduction of 2019 Officers:
Debbie Skopczynski, President
Eric Toomer, 1st Vice President
Eunice Glover, 2nd Vice President
Melissa Moore, Recording Secretary
Richard Rauh, Correspondence Secretary
Anne Phillips, Finance Secretary
James Martin, Parliamentarian
Guest Speakers: Foris Webb, III, Municipal Clerk, and Nathan Soldat, Public Engagement Manager, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.
APAB General meeting’s are the third Saturday of every month at City Hall (Committee Room One). The public is invited to attend the General APAB and committee meetings. A brief period for public comment is on the monthly APAB agenda. The meetings are broadcast live on City Channel 26 and Facebook for archival purposes.
NOTE: Meeting dates are subject to change. Please check the APAB website, eNEWS, TEXTAlerts, and Social Media for updates.
WHERE TO PARK?
The city parking deck is located on Central Avenue across from the city Courthouse and the Atlanta Public Schools Administrative Building. You may also enter the parking deck on Washington Street behind Trinity United Methodist Church . Parking is $4 all day on Saturday.
Checkout APABs latest YouTube video of the 2018 Neighborhoods Matter and Partner Awards, held on December 15.
Hello! My name is Catherine and I am working on a project for HDDC, a local housing nonprofit based in Old Fourth Ward. We have created a survey to gather info about what you want for the Old Fourth Ward. You may have seen a request come from my colleague and your neighbor, Joey Kline, on NextDoor. Please only fill out the survey once. Follow the link below and complete by February 15.
And thanks for your time! ...
Part-time position: Atlanta Bike Champion
The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is hiring a team of 9 dynamic individuals to promote bicycling in elementary school communities and to advance the creation of safe streets for all. The work is fun, collegial and will align with your energy and your skills.
You will learn a lot about Atlanta, about school-centered communities, about each other, and about yourself as you engage in transforming our city. Check out the link and apply. We need you.