2017 College and Career Ready Performance Index Survey
Please take a minute to complete the following CCRPI survey at the following link: CCRPI Parent Survey
CCRPI is a comprehensive school improvement, accountability, and communication platform for all educational stakeholders that will promote college and career readiness for all Georgia public school students.
February 16, 2018 will be a Make Up Day
for Hurricane Irma
Fulton County Schools announces it will make up one of the three school days missed as a result of Hurricane Irma. February 16, originally a holiday for students and school-based staff, is now scheduled as an instructional day.
On September 11-13, the district closed schools due to widespread power outages throughout the county. Two of the days occurred during the Governor's declaration of a State of Emergency, which allows the district to excuse those days.
"We, like thousands of others across the country, experienced the effects of Hurricane Irma and were forced to close schools for safety and recovery reasons," said Superintendent Jeff Rose, Ed.D. "We have the flexibility for making up days based on the Governor's declaration of a State of Emergency and based on our charter. We want to maximize our ability to provide instruction to our students, so we are making up one of the three days."
Fulton County Schools Website
Esther Jackson's New House Trophy!
This year all students have been placed in a house. The house names are a positive character trait in English and Latin and are tied to a color.
Students can earn points for their house throughout the month by following the rules and being a good role model. At the end of each month, the house points are tallied, and a winner is declared! The winning team is awarded the House Trophy and the cafeteria is decorated in their house color for the month.
We welcome visitors and volunteers to our school! Many procedures have been put into place by our school district to ensure the safety of all students when a visitor or volunteer is on campus. Sometimes these processes can seem cumbersome, but we appreciate your patience in helping us maintain our number one focus; the safety of our children!