End of the Year Newsletter

May 4, 2021

Summer School Request

Students interested in attending summer school should complete this form using the QR code or link below no later than May 14th, 2021. Students with Incompletes will automatically be scheduled for Summer School. Also, seniors who did not meet the May 7th deadline will be enrolled in summer school to complete final requirements for graduation.

McClarin is offering two face to face summer school sessions.

Monday- Friday 8:20am-12:20pm.

Session 1 - June 7th- 24th

Session 2 - July 1st -22nd

Students will take 4 classes per session and can elect to participate in both sessions with Counselor approval. Students can expect schedules to be available to view in Infinite Campus and emailed by May 20th. Summer School Request Link: https://tinyurl.com/5dy549d8

Frank McClarin Graduation

Wednesday, May 19th, 10am

3605 East Main Street

College Park, GA

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Mask Update

Mask Mandate Update

Superintendent Mike Looney shared that Fulton County Schools will be taking a measured, cautious approach to relax COVID-19 protocols, which includes updating COVID-19 restrictions and mask mandates in phases. There are several factors spurring these changes, including Governor Brian Kemp’s lifting of restrictions on group sizes and ending a ban on large gatherings. Also, vaccines are now readily available to those 16 years of age and older. In this new phase, employees and students who may have been exposed to COVID-19 but have been fully vaccinated will not have to quarantine, providing they are symptom free.

Beginning Monday, May 3, 2021:

· For outdoor activities only, masks will be recommended but not required for students in grades 9-12 and employees in high schools. All other safety protocols will remain in effect for this group of individuals.

· At school-sponsored outdoor events and activities, masks will be recommended but not required for visitors/spectators.

· Capacity limitations are lifted on all outside school venues (stadiums, fields, etc.).

· Coaches may attend banquets.

All other existing COVID-19 risk mitigation strategies will remain enforced for the balance of the 2020-21 school year. This includes requiring all staff, students, and visitors to wear a mask while inside an FCS facility, and adhere to recommended social distancing, surface sanitizing, and handwashing. More information on the new mask mandate can be found here.

Facility Master Plan

Every five years, Fulton County Schools creates a capital plan to address facility improvements as well as the technology, transportation, furniture and safety upgrades needed to support learning. As part of this work, the school system is creating its next Facility Master Plan.

MGT Consulting and Parsons, two education consulting firms with expertise in this area, were contracted to assess the physical condition and educational adequacy of every facility owned by the district. Their findings were shared at the March 9, 2021, School Board work session, which can be reviewed under "Resources."

Fulton County Schools invites the community to be involved and give their feedback.

  1. First, take a few minutes to watch the explainer video below (and/or review the information under “Resources.”)
  2. Next, provide your thoughts through this survey on where Fulton County Schools should focus its facility master plan priorities.

Final Exam Schedule

May 18 is the last day of in person class.
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