Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Katie Reeves will host April 17 meeting at Alpharetta High School.
Every month, each member of the Fulton County Board of Education sponsors a meeting open to the entire community, enabling board members to listen directly to local concerns. Katie Reeves, who represents Alpharetta and Milton on the school board, will host her meeting Wednesday, April 17, at 9:30 a.m. at Alpharetta High School. Meeting times in North Fulton include: Linda Schultz, District 1 April 17, 9:30 a.m. Teaching Museum North Katie Reeves, District 2 April 17, 9:30 a.m. Alpharetta High School Julia Bernath, District 7 April 17, 11:30 a.m. Northwood Elementary School Linda McCain, District 5 April 18, 9:30 a.m. River Trail Middle School
Monday, March 25, 2013
Forty-two Fulton students win first place at Georgia Educational Technology Fair.
Twenty-two students from Alpharetta and Milton schools recently won first place at the Georgia Educational Technology Fair in Macon. Students from Cogburn Woods Elementary, Crabapple Crossing Elementary, Northwestern Middle, Alpharetta High, Cambridge High and Fulton Science Academy High join 42 students and 31 projects from Fulton County overall who took first place honors. Sixty-four projects advanced from a Fulton-level fair to the state competition. According to Fulton County Schools, first place winners in the state competition include: 3D MODELING Andrew Wang Grades 5‐6 Fulton Sunshine Academy Apurva Nemala Grades 7‐8 Taylor Road Middle School Fethullah Kucuktas and Jackson Morgan Grades 11‐12 Fulton Science Academy High School…
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Competition will be March 21-23 at UGA.
Wednesday, February 6
Students from Alpharetta and Milton schools will advance to the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair in March after earning first place titles at the regional competition. More than 235 students overall recently displayed their exhibits at the 2013 Fulton County Schools Regional Science and Engineering Fair. In Alpharetta, students from Haynes Bridge, Hopewell and Northwestern middle schools and Cambridge and Milton high schools will advance to the state competition. The regional competition was open to students in middle school and high school whose research projects were deemed exemplary at their school fair. After earning first place at the county competition, 48 Fulton projects now advance to the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair…