Follow Our Lead: Class of 2023

Sophomore News at your fingertips - September 2020

Upcoming Assessment - The diagnostic will be administered using the Universal Remote Learning platform via students regular Teams Math & ELA classes. Testing accommodations will be provided to students.



Tuesday, September 1- 4, 2020 during each block

◦Two 30 - 45 minutes sessions

◦Total testing days; 4 (2 A-days; 2 B-days)



Tuesday, September 8, 2020 during each block

◦Two 30 - 45 minutes sessions

◦Total testing days : 4 (2 A-days; 2 B-days)


◦Asynchronous monitored by coaches

◦September 9, 11, 14, 16 & 18 from 2:30 - 3:30 (Flex Time)

10th Grade Town Hall

Wednesday, Sep. 9th, 2:30pm


Join the Live event with this link:

Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

+1 470-705-1712 United States, Atlanta (Toll)

Conference ID: 351 562 471#

Connect with the Class of 2023

From Dr. Popoola - 10th Grade Administrative Support

Greetings Class of 2023 families!

We made it through the first 2 weeks of school and what an awesome 2 weeks we have had! I would like to thank you for login in daily and being patient as we all navigate this new way of teaching and learning.

Our teachers continue to receive trainings on how to make your online learning experience even better.

While we are waiting and preparing to come back to face to face school, I encourage each of you to:

Find safe ways to connect with family and friends;

Take care of your body

Live life mindfully

Keep learning new things

Set new goals for yourselves

We miss seeing your faces in the building and are looking forward to seeing you all again soon.

Follow Our Lead! Class of 2023

Dr. Popoola

470-254-1828 - Office

404-964-8737 - Cell

Counseling Corner - Ms. Moore

Class of 2023!!

I appreciate all of your patience during the first 2 weeks of school. Things are starting to look up and we are ON THE MOVE!!.. Please note that you should IMMEDIATELY Email me at if you have one of the following issues on your schedule.

  1. You are in a course that you have already taken and passed.
  2. You are placed in the wrong foreign language.
  3. You are an Honors or Gifted student and do not have the correct courses.

All other schedule changes cannot be accommodated at this time, unless approved by admin.

September is National suicide prevention month. Please take a look at the lifeline website

to find resources on suicide prevention. Also Students you can also text BULLDOGS to 1-844-201-9946 24/7 To speak with confidential counselors.

Bulldog PRIDE Students Award

  • Betzayda Betancourt

  • Michael Black ​

  • Jarmondre Douglas​

  • Bryan Garcia ​

  • Ingacio Garcia-Navarro​

  • Mariana Gonzalez

  • Ashton Graham
  • Miguel Guiterrez ​

  • Karma Hart​

  • Janaya Henderson​

  • Trinity Hinton​

  • Broderick King​

  • Tracy Leveque​

  • Jekira Lynsue​

  • Joseph Ramos Canete​

  • Servin Vergara Martin​

  • Mackenzie Williams​

Celebrating September Birthdays

Karin Abarca-Palma

Alondra Aleman

Aidan Altimus

Janiyah Bell

Betzayda Betancourt

Elyjah Booker

Sai'Tiana Bouyer

Fatima Chavarria Garcia

Aaron Cooper

Dayana Cruz-Cervantes

Izerria Fussell

Marlen Garcia

Saul Gonzalez

Mahamadou Jabbi

Joy Jackson

Constance Lawson

Kayla Love

Jessica Mata-Martinez

Brioni Melson

Asia O'neal

Fatima Ozuna

Tierra Perry

Jamiah Peters

Osvaldo Rodriguez

Ruby Rodriguez

Aminah Salahuddin

Tariyah Smith

Tyrell Stiles

Quentin Taylor

DreMonte' Tigner

Jade Verrett

Mykaela Wenzel

Heaven Williams

Johnny Williams

Symone Williams

Jamario Wise

Keyshana Zachary

Celebrating our August Birthdays!

Monae Aiken

Jamon Boyd

Robert Boyd

Jaquavious Brown

Anthony Carranza

Thunder Chiapa-Little

Patrick DeLeon

Jarvous Franklin

Emely Gallegos

Antonio Garcia-Garcia

Jocelyn Gonzalez Ordaz

Taylan Hall

Zayvion Holland

Jenabu Jabbi

Suleman Jabbi

Zarriya Lewis

Emely Gallegos

Oscar Martinez

Charlie Martinez Valdez

Iraell Mitchell

Khaliyah Norris

Olivet Opaaje

Austin Parks

Eryn Regans

Victor Reynoso-Garcia

Anayeli Rodriguez Cruz

Abraham Rojas Melo

Talia Sanders

Kalil Satterwhite

Tyler Scott-Newberry

Juan Suastegui Gissel

Tejeda Davis

Dayisalyzey Teo

Cashad Thornhill


Emir Vazquez

Victoria Velasquez

Kameron Ware

Madison Wheeler

Skylar Williams

Armonie' Winkler

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Device Support

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10th Grade Support Team

Dr. Kemi Popoola - 10th Grade Assistant Principal

Ms. Brianna Moore - 10th Grade Counselor

Ms. C. Lawson - RTI Support (

Ms. A. Winkles - Social Worker (

Ms. E. Tyler - Social Worker (

10th Grade Courses and Credit Requirements

Parents and students please pay close attention to the 10th grade course requirements. All of the courses listed below are graduation required classes and students can earn half a credit for each semester. Students must have at least 11 credits and passed all of the classes listed below to be on track for graduation. Students can earn up to 8 credits for the year (Core Content courses plus Elective Courses).
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10th Grade Content Teachers

10th Grade Literature and Composition

Ms. A. Addison -

Ms. A. Hawkins -

Mr. D. Ingram -

Ms. R. Hill -


Mr. Z. Blindauer -

Mr. A. Johnson -

Ms. N. Owens -

Ms. D. Robinson -

Mr. B. Rock -


Ms. K. Bray -

Mr. E. Ekara -

Dr. M. Jones -

Ms. C. Nicolas -

Social Studies

Mr. S. Rase -

Ms. Parker-Farmer -

Mr. M. Buffins -

Mr. J. Hopkins -

Ms. Rachel Hill -

Universal Remote Learning Discipline Letter

July 30, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,

We very much look forward to the start of a new school year! As we prepare for our students returning to a Universal Remote Learning environment, we strongly encourage students and families review the 2020-2021 FCS STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT HANDBOOK as there are several changes. It is important to know that behavioral expectations for students are still in place and apply in a Universal Remote Learning environment. Potential rule infractions in a virtual learning environment include, but are not limited to, harassment, bullying, cyber bullying, technology offenses, disruption and insubordination. Please note that code of conduct rule violations can also occur in the community or when using social media inappropriately. It is important that the school is notified of any student behaviors that negatively impact the school or virtual learning environment.

Furthermore, incidents of harassment, racial slurs, bigotry, derogatory comments, physical harassment, ethnically offensive behaviors or any threats of harm to others will not be tolerated and will be taken very seriously. Depending on the nature and severity of the offense, the District’s response may include disciplinary consequences up to and including long term suspension/expulsion from school.

Please note any behavior that violates the FCS STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT HANDBOOK will be addressed through our district’s discipline process. Below are some potential discipline responses that will be utilized in the Universal Remote Learning environment include, but are not limited to, the following:

Parent Conference Suspension from synchronous learning

Restorative Practice Conference Loss of Privileges

Virtual Drug Education Program Impact Lesson or project

Suspension of club/extra-curricular activities Loss of Graduation Ceremony/Prom

Suspension upon return to school Long-term suspension/Expulsion

Please know that we are committed to ensuring that all our students feel safe and ready to learn and will be providing students guidance, resources and support. Thank you for your partnership in teaching our students behavioral expectations and standards of conduct while in a Virtual Learning Environment.

Please continue to be safe and as always, please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions or support.

Principal Shateena Love