Community Talks

 

Our event was a success!

With the start of the 2019-20 school year, our first BOOK event was a great success! Thank you to those that were able to attend and it was a great evening featuring parents, community leaders, and other education stakeholders. The event featured a Meet-and-Greet with the new, dynamic school leader of Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS), Chuck Meadows. It also featured a legislative update from Rashaun Holliman with GCSA, and additional remarks on the upcoming legislative session from the Foundation for Excellence in Education’s, Ryan Mahoney. The event ended with a panel conversation featuring Chuck Meadows (ANCS School Leader), Gail Johnson (Executive Director of the Warren Boys & Girls Club), Timmy Foster (Principal of Parkside Elementary), and Rev. Bettye Holland-Williams (President of the Metro Atlanta Concerned Black Clergy), moderated by the Chair of the Men of BOOK, Greg Clay. Thank you to the Georgia Charter School Association for co-sponsoring this event! To receive updates about our upcoming events you can sign up for our email list by taking our brief survey, here.
 

With parents, community members, leaders, policy makers in mind, our CommunityTalks are designed to listen to dialogue, gain knowledge, share resources and industry best practices, develop solutions, empower champions, and build collaborative relationships through the sharing of information.

Join us for our first activity kicking off the 2019-2020 school year, a CommunityTalk at the

Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School
688 Grant St SE
Atlanta, 30315


Thursday, August, 29, 2019
from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Hosted by ANCS's new Executive Director, Chuck Meadows, this will be an engaging, moderated conversation discussing priorities for the year, how best stakeholders can get engaged, and the impact economic development is having on education in the area.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Parents/Guardians, Community Leaders, Community Members, Policy Makers, and Education Advocates