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2004 - 2005 Meetings

August 25, 2004 Centennial Place Noon Principals' Forum
September 22, 2003 Morningside Noon What Parents Should Expect of APS when Learning is Difficult
October 27, 2003 Walden 7:00p Dr. Hall
November 17, 2003 Inman 7:00p Neighborhoods and Schools
January 19, 2004 Mary Lin 7:00p Legislative Agenda
February 16, 2004 John Hope Noon Report Card on Reform Models at CINS Schools
March 23, 2004 C. W. Hill Noon GA Performance Standards - Math Changes
April 20, 2004 Grady 7:00p Grants Showcase


The Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools, founded in 1978, represents a cluster of eight schools, all located within Atlanta intown neighborhoods. CINS includes the five elementary schools and two middle schools that feed into Grady High School. Each year, CINS awards grants totalling thousands of dollars to teachers in these schools. [More about CINS Grants.]


CINS mission is to influence Atlanta Board of Education policy to ensure ongoing progress for all children in the Grady cluster schools. To meet this goal, CINS conducts monthly meetings of parents, school administrators, and Board of Education members to explore resources, identify critical issues and seek solutions to problems.

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