The Muscogee County School District will hold a series of town hall meetings for parents of students attending high schools offering No Child Left Behind public school choice transfers during the 2010-2011.
Carver High, Kendrick High, Jordan High and Spencer High have not made adequate yearly progress as defined by the federal No Child Left Behind Act for at least two years and are labeled as Needs Improvement schools. Students at Needs Improvement schools are eligible to transfer to better-performing schools in the district.
Parents and students attending will learn about AYP, strategies for improving student achievement and their transfer options.
The meetings will be held at 6 p.m. on the following days at the following schools:
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Feb. 1 - Carver High Feb. 3 - Kendrick HighFeb. 4 - Jordan HighFeb. 9 - Spencer High
Representatives from the Division of Academics and the Division of Student Services will be available to answer questions related to NCLB Public School Choice Transfers.
For more information e-mail email@example.com or call the Division of Academics, Anne Gemes at (706) 748-2103.