Sunday, March 22, 2009

Public School Choices - Community Meeting Tonight @ PCMS 6:30 p.m.

Is your child interested in going to ...
  • Kittredge Magnet Elementary for High Achievers?
  • Chamblee Middle School Magnet for High Achievers?
  • Chamblee Charter High School for High Achievers?
  • Huntley Hills Elementary for Montessori?
  • DeKalb Elementary School of the Arts?
  • DeKalb School of the Arts High School?
  • DeKalb Early College Academy?
Other magnet schools specializing in Mathematics, Science, and Technology?

Read this Brochure and attend tonight's meeting at Peachtree Charter Middle School at 6:30 p.m.

(Since this important meeting announcement missed the Crier deadline, I would appreciate it if you forward this to any school age families who might be interested. Thanks.)


themommy said...


You may have this wrong. As far as I know, this meeting is just about options for students at schools that are labeled Needs Improvement by NCLB.

There will be a Powerpoint presentation about the NCLB policies and then choice options for those schools that are labeled NI.

One meeting is being held in each part of the county.

John Heneghan said...

OK, I apologize if I am wrong but the information available in the flyer said very little and I attempted to interpret what it meant. I do believe I posted the correct information (links & brochures) on school choices for most of the parents in the Dunwoody area. Thanks for correcting me if the focus of the meeting is a little different than what I imagined but I’m sure they will be able to answer questions on general school choice if asked.

As far as No Child Left Behind, the one question that comes to my mind is, “Will Dunwoody High School continue to be a Receiving School?”

Anonymous said...

I think I'm correct on this, but if Dunwoody does not make AYP again, then the school goes into the "Needs Improvement" category and cannot be a receiving school.

If, however, Dunwoody does make AYP, I would venture to guess it will still be a receiving school.

Anonymous said...

Cerebration posted the information on the Dekalb School Watch blog. Dunwoody will not be a receiving school, but Peachtree will have 50 8th grade seats available. Here's the link.