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CONGRATULATIONS TITANS!!

WE DID IT!

CDHS: AP HONOR SCHOOL

 

Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is committed to protecting the sanctity of the learning environment. In support of this commitment, CCPS welcomed Channel 2’s Lori Wilson for a special interview with Dr. Anthony W. Smith, Superintendent/CEO of Schools, and  Dr. Melvin Blocker, Executive Director of Discipline, Prevention, and Intervention, as he along with members of his staff met with scholars at Adamson Middle School.

To view the entire story, please visit:
https://www.wsbtv.com/video/local-video/leaders-clayton-county-found-way-curb-violence-its-schools/3ed90fd8-3863-4e00-8b6a-e1d9e68bf1ef/

 

Clayton County Public Schools

 

 

 

Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Parent Survey was developed to measure parent perceptions of school climate at your child’s school. Your opinion is very important to us. Your survey responses are confidential and will be combined with the survey responses of other parents at your child’s school to identify areas in need of improvement. It should only take ten or fifteen minutes to complete the survey. Thank you for your time and participation.

https://gshs.gadoe.org/Pages/parent.aspx

 

 

WE DID IT AGAIN!

CDHS FOR THE WIN!

2024 PBIS RAP BATTLE!

 Here's a Recap:

https://clayton.instructuremedia.com/embed/f83372d7-db27-4b29-ad9f-ca42ddc48bdf

 

 

 

Clayton County Public Schools is proud to share that Ms. Candence Jones, 12th grade English Teacher at Charles R. Drew High School, is a finalist for the High 5 For Teacher recognition created by Montlick & Associates and with Fox 5 Atlanta to recognize exceptional teachers within our communities!

The program invites viewers to nominate deserving high school teachers and share what makes these teachers exceptional. Five finalists are then selected by Fox 5's Good Day Atlanta producers to be recognized and featured in a special segment on Good Day Atlanta. Each finalist will receive $500 from Montlick & Associates. Once all High 5 for Teachers finalists have been recognized, the public votes to determine which teacher is the grand prize winner. Montlick & Associates will donate $2,500 to the winning teacher's school.

Online voting begins Monday, April 22, 2024, at 6:00 a.m. and ends on Friday, April 26, 2024, at noon. Once voting is complete, Fox 5 will announce the teacher with the most votes and that person will win $2500 for their school from Montlick Injury Attorneys — plus Fox 5 will come back to that school to present the check! Let's wish Coach Jones the best of luck and congratulations for making it this far in the contest!

LET'S VOTE!!!!! WE WANT TO WIN!!!

 

To view Coach Jones' profile video for this nomination, please visit: https://www.fox5atlanta.com/video/1435935

To vote for Coach Jones', please visit:  https://www.fox5atlanta.com/contests