Atlanta Parents & Community Legislative Reception, Wed., Feb. 11, 2015 @ 6:00 pm

Posted on behalf of the Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools:

Join Atlanta Parents & the Atlanta Community
The 5th Annual
Legislative  Dessert Reception

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Special Guest Speakers
GA State Superintendent
Richard Woods
Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent
Dr. Maria Castarphen

Bringing the Gold Dome to the Community!
Securing our Future through Education

Enjoy Dessert and Hot Drinks and speak one-on-one with your elected officials about education.

All Atlanta-Fulton Legislators invited:
APS, Fulton County, Atlanta City Council, State Legislators, House & Senate, Education Committee

Center for Leadership & Learning (APS Building)
130 Trinity Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303
(free and open to the public, free parking in the APS deck – entrance on Garnett Street)

Host Committee:
Parent and Community Representatives from the following organizations
CASE (Community Advocates for Special Education)
CINS (Council of Intown Neighborhoods & Schools)
NAPPS (North Atlanta Parents for Public School)
SEACS (SE Atlanta Community for Schools)
SNAPPS (SW & NW Atlanta Parents and Partners for Schools)
Schools of Carver Cluster
South Atlanta Cluster
WCAG (Washington Community Advocacy Group)
APAB (Atlanta Planning Advisory Board Education Committee)
ACET (Atlanta Community Engagement Team)
NPU education chairs
And More!

The Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools, founded in 1978, represents the Grady High School cluster of eight schools, all located within Atlanta in town neighborhoods. CINS includes six elementary schools and one middle school that feed into Grady High School.   As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, CINS provides a forum for parents, teachers, administrators, business leaders and neighborhood stakeholders to share information, suggestions and ideas to ensure that all students in our cluster receive a safe and quality education.  For additional information about CINS, visit

Empowering Schools … Enhancing Neighborhoods
Grady High School • Inman Middle School
Centennial Place Elementary • Hope-Hill Elementary • The Intown Academy
Mary Lin Elementary • Morningside Elementary  • Springdale Park Elementary

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