Upcoming SGC Meeting
We have an upcoming SGC meeting on Thursday March 12, 2015 at 5:30pm. The meeting will be held in the school's Media Center.
Written Excuse for an Absence
Any student who has been absent from school shall present a satisfactory written excuse within three (3) days of returning to school. The excuse must state the reason for the absence and be signed by the student's parent or guardian. Excuses will be kept on file at the school at least until the beginning of the next school year. Students who have missed ten (10) days of school or more in a school year may be required to provide additional verification including doctors' statements.
In the event of an emergency, we are asking you to please take the time to add our school's phone number to your contact list in your phone. We want you to be informed of any information about your student(s) here at McNair Middle School.
In addition, please inform us of any changes to your contact information as soon as possible.
Our MAIN NUMBER is (770) 991-4160, which may appear as (770) 991-4162 or (770) 991-4163.
Junior Achievement Magnet Program at Banneker High School
being accepted until March 1 for Fulton County Schools’ newest magnet program,
the Junior Achievement Magnet Business Academy at Banneker High School. More information is available through the Fulton County Schools Website or Banneker High School Website, with applications due March 1, 2015. Classes will begin in August 2015 and will follow the school district's calendar year.
Congratulations to Prayer Idowu, McNair Middle School's Award recipient of the REACH Georgia Program.
Prayer was one of Eight Fulton County middle school students who recently signed commitments to graduate high school and accept a $10,000 college scholarship funded by the REACH Georgia program.
The event featured Gov. Nathan Deal, Fulton County Schools Superintendent Robert Avossa, Fulton school board members, principals, counselors, graduation coaches and other district leaders.
The REACH Georgia program (Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen), launched in 2012. The REACH Georgia program is a needs-based scholarship designed to promote academic success and expand access to higher education.
As a part of the program, the students signed contracts to maintain a certain grade point average, remain crime, drug and behavior issue free, and meet with a volunteer mentor until they graduate from high school. Their parents or guardians also signed contracts to support their student through their education. When these scholars graduate from high school, they will receive up to a $10,000 scholarship – $2,500 each year for up to four years – to be used at a HOPE eligible college. Many colleges are matching this scholarship and some are double matching the scholarship, providing scholars additional resources for their college education.
More than 100 students across Georgia in 23 school systems signed contracts for the 2014-2015 school year.
Please join us in congratulating our first REACH scholar.
Prayer Idowu, representing McNair Middle School
Way to go Prayer!!!