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April 22, 2019

This Week's Club Meetings


Tuesday, 4/23

Little Big Band Rehearsal, 7:30 AM

Academic Bowl, Room 758, 7:45 AM

Jr. Classical League, Room 161, 7:45 AM

Debate, Room 114, 4:15 PM



Wednesday, 4/24

Jazz Band, 7:30 AM

Special Love for Special People, Room 803, 7:45 AM

Project 31, 600 Triangle, 4:05 PM

TED-Ed, Room 919, 4:05 PM



Thursday, 4/25

7th Grade Trip (1/2 of 7th grade)

Academic Bowl, Room 821, 7:45 AM

No Club Left Behind, Room 153, 8:00 AM

121 Reach, Cafeteria, 4:05 PM



Friday, 4/26

7th Grade Trip (1/2 of 7th grade)

Fiddle Fun Friday, 7:30 AM

Men's Chorus, 7:45 AM

FCA, Room 114, 8:00 AM

Chess Club, Room 119/121, 7:30 AM



Monday, 4/29

History Bowl, Room 730, 4:05 PM

121 Reach, Cafeteria, 4:05 PM

Jack of All Trades, Room 623, 4:05 PM

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Fulton County Wants Youth Commission Applicants




Program mentors and trains future leaders

Fulton County is seeking Youth Commission applicants for the 2019-2020 term. Ideal candidates are potential young leaders who want to serve their communities and act as advocates on behalf of other youth. Applications for the 2019-2020 Youth Commission are now available until Friday, May 17, 2019 (see attached). Applications are also accepted online: www.fultoncountyga.gov/youth-commiss-app


Leadership, service and excellence describe a few of the many qualities exhibited by the Fulton County Youth Commissioners and their work. Since its inception in 1999, Fulton County Youth Commissioners have focused on influencing policies, procedures and legislation involving children, youth, and families in Fulton County.


The program seeks to achieve the following:

• Encourage leadership and self-empowerment

• Enhance public speaking and presentation skills

• Develop critical thinking skills that enhance life skills

• Teach participants advocacy skills that will apply to their communities

• Teach participants the functions of government and legislative processes

• Teach students decision making skills that will help them live a positive and productive lifestyle


For consideration, applicants must meet the following criteria:

• Must be residents of Fulton County

• Students must attend a school within Fulton County (Atlanta Public Schools, Fulton County Schools, Private or Charter Schools).

• Must be in the 9th -11th grade during the 2019-2020 academic year

• Must submit a completed application and a two-page essay on a subject included in the 2019-2020 application packet

Rising 9th Grade Students: Hooch Basketball Cheerleading

YOU GOT SPIRIT?

YES, YOU DO!

YOU GOT SPIRIT?

OUR CHEER TEAM NEEDS YOU!

Chattahoochee Sideline Basketball Cheer will offer

2019-2020 Spring Tryouts

Monday, April 22nd-Wednesday, April 24th

3:30-5:00 pm

Attire: yellow or blue shirt (Hooch preferable), black shorts and tennis

Auxiliary Gym (lower level)

For more information, contact

Vonda Malbrough


vbell42@gmail.com

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Harvard Diversity Project Now Taking Applications


The applications for the 2019-2020 cohort of the Harvard Diversity Project are now open! Gifted and talented students from all schools around Metro Atlanta are invited to apply for admission into our nationally acclaimed pipeline program, where they will train another group of minority youth for matriculation into Harvard's annual summer residency. Eligibility requirements are listed in the graphic below. The application will remain open from April --30, 2019. Click here for more details.

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