Digging into the Grady Cluster Data Meeting Wednesday

The Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools Presents “Part II: A Deep Dig on the Grady Cluster Data” on Dec. 11 at Morningside Elementary School.

Grady High School. Credit: Patch
Grady High School. Credit: Patch

Patch Staff Report

If you want to hear about your school’s data and how Atlanta Public Schools is using it, you will not want to miss Wednesday's discussion meeting presented by the Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools (CINS).

“Part II: A Deep Dig on the Grady Cluster Data” will be held Wednesday, Dec. 11 beginning at noon at Morningside Elementray School. The public is invited and feel free to bring your own brown bag lunch to the school located at 1053 East Rock Springs Road.

Last March, CINS’ hosted the Local School Councils of the schools in the Grady Cluster. Those schools in the cluster include Centennial Place Elementary, Hope-Hill Elementary, Intown Academy, Mary Lin Elementary, Morningside Elementary, Springdale Park Elementary, Inman Middle, and Grady High.

The representatives presented a stimulating discussion about how they are raising student achievement at their respective schools. As part of the discussion, CINS invited APS to present the school performance data for the schools.

As a follow-up, the audience requested that CINS host a meeting in 2013 to present and discuss the performance data when it was released. The data is out and an analysis and discussion will take place on Wednesday afternoon.

CINS is a not-for-profit organization that has worked for more than 35 years to empower public schools in its cluster located in the heart of Atlanta. CINS’ mission is to work with Atlanta Public Schools to foster the development of safe, quality education in the Grady cluster of schools. 

For more information on CINS and its mission, please visit www.cinsatlanta.org or to become a member or add your name to the CINS’ eblast list, click here

- CINS contributed to this report


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