The superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools is asking the public for more input - and patience - to find a solution for crowded conditions at Inman Middle School.
In a letter addressed to Inman Task Force Members, Superintendent Erroll Davis wrote:
"While I remain committed to solving the crowding issues at Inman, it is clear that little that I will do at this point will have impact on the 2013-14 school year."
The letter explains that the school system needs more time to review possible sites, including sites that the school system does not own, that could house some Inman students.
Parents and other community members who want to share suggestions are invited to email school officials at InmanComments@atlanta.k12.ga.us through the end of April.
To see a full copy of Davis' letter to the community, click on the PDF attached to this article.
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