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Attention Buckhead: NAPPS Seeking Volunteers

North Atlanta Parents for Public Schools aims to increase its ability to educate and inform parents in the North Atlanta school cluster by among other things, providing more focused and relevant events.

NAPPS is looking for committed parents in its school cluster willing to serve on its board and/or sub-committees. Courtesy NAPPS Facebook page
NAPPS is looking for committed parents in its school cluster willing to serve on its board and/or sub-committees. Courtesy NAPPS Facebook page

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The local organization, North Atlanta Parents for Public Schools (NAPPS), is looking for committed parents in its school cluster willing to serve on its board and/or sub-committees. 

The organization aims to increase its ability to educate and inform parents in the North Atlanta school cluster by providing more focused and relevant events and to be a resource for parents in areas such as special education, Hispanic relations, interaction with the new Board of Education and overall representation within APS and the greater Atlanta community.

NAPPS facilitates communications among the North Atlanta cluster schools, from elementary through high school. It focuses on issues that affect the cluster as a whole and encourages parents to utilize the public school system from grades K through 12.

By educating the community about existing public school opportunities and advantages, NAPPS strives to strengthen the bond between our community and our school system, ultimately resulting in a high student retention rate.

If you are interested, please contact nappsus@gmail.com by Friday, April 4, 2014, and someone will get back to you with more details.

The North Atlanta Cluster is comprised of six elementary feeder schools, one middle school and one high school, each of which is rich in diversity and recognized as an IB school: Bolton Academy, E. Rivers, Garden Hills, Morris Brandon, Sarah Smith, Warren T. Jackson, Sutton Middle School and North Atlanta High School.

- NAPPS contributed information for this report.



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