Fulton County Schools

State Superintendent Woods Urges Compassion Over Compliance

This morning State School Superintendent Richard Woods urged us to choose compassion over compliance in a message to Georgia parents and stakeholders. The correspondence started by praising Georgia’s teachers, educational leaders, parents, and students by them doing a remarkable job…

Dekalb County and Fulton County Schools Both Change Food Distribution Schedule

With most of the metro Atlanta schools coming out of Spring Break on April 13th, two metro area school districts have changed the way food distribution will be given to students as they continue virtual learning due to COVID-19. Beginning…

Westlake High School Honors Top 25 Seniors With Billboards

In an announcement from Principal Jamar Robinson, for the next four weeks (starting April 7) there will be billboards throughout South Fulton honoring the academic performers of the top 25 students. During the final two weeks, the billboards will feature…

Fulton County Changes Food Distribution Protocol

Starting the week of April 13th, Fulton County Schools will change its protocol to comply with additional guidance from the Georgia Department of Education regarding new precautions from the Center for Disease Control around employees reporting to work for essential…

Atlanta Community Feedback Will Serve Food During Metro Area Spring Break

The Atlanta Community Food Bank will serve for Fulton County Schools families at 10 locations on April 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ACFB works with over 600 nonprofits including food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters and…