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​​​​​​Important Upcoming Events

  • ​​August 18 - September 5th - Otis Spunkmeyer Fall Fundraiser      

  • ​September 1st  - LABOR DAY (No School)  

  • September 23rd - Annual Title I Meeting @ 6:00 p.m. All school stakeholders are invited to discuss the annual Title I budget and Title I plan.  Hear the goals that have been set for the year and how Title I funds have been budgeted to support the goals.​

  • September 23rd - State of the School Address @ 6:30 p.m.  

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Love T. Nolan's Summer Bridge Program​​​

This summer, our students in grades 2nd-4th had the unique opportunity to attend a hands-on, project-based learning opportunity here at Nolan. The pur​pose of the summer program was to bridge the gap between literacy and math, science and social studies. The program focused on using reading and writing strategies and skills for students in the other content areas. This will be accomplished using a hands-on, project based approach to teaching and learning that includes the use of technology.  The students and staff had an awesome time learning creatively and we look forward to offering this program again. 

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​Father & Daughter Valentine's Ball 2014

​​​The inclement weather this February couldn't stop our first Father & Daugther Dance from being a success! Though we had to reschedule the event, we still had an amazing turnout of beautiful girls and their handsome fathers, who danced the night away. Take a look at some special moments from that night:​


 

 

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​Presenting Our 2014-2015 Employees of the Year!

                  Teacher of the Year:            Professional of the Year:

                     Deborah Derden                   Tanecre​ia Walton


We recently announced our 2014-2015 Employees of the Year! Our staff nominated several of their fellow colleagues for their outstanding dedication to making a difference here at Nolan. The finalists were chosen from those who had the most nominations, and after careful consideration a winner was chosen for each category.  Congratulations to all nominees and winners!

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Our Pajama Day Read-a-Thon is "Newsworthy!"

The CBS Atlanta ​News crew was at our annual Pajama Day Read-a-Thon! Thanks to all the volunteers from the community and our partnerships who donated their time to come spend the day reading to our students. We even had a special visit from Harry the Atlanta Hawk! Check out the news segment on the wonderful things happening here at Nolan:

​​Another special guest was Kristin, a cohost of the popular morning radio show, The Bert Show! Check her out reading to a first grade class below!

 

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​Our 2013-2014 Spelling Bee Winner!

         Winner - Alexander Izuchukwu, 4th Grade

          Runner Up - Talaya James, 5th Grade

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Two representatives from each 4th and 5th grade class competed January 24, 2014 in our school Spelling Bee. It was a tough competition, as many of the contestants stayed in for several rounds. Ultimately, the last two standing were Talaya James (5th grader) and Alexander Izuchukwu (4th grader). These two exhibited tremendous stamina as they battled many more rounds, with neither one missing a word. In the end, Alexander took the title! He will go on to represent Love T. Nolan in the Fulton County Spelling Bee on Saturday, February 8th. Talaya, being our runner-up, will stand in for Alexander if he isn't able to attend. Congratulations to all who participated in this year's Spelling Bee!

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