The Council of Intown Neighborhoods and Schools, founded in 1978, represents a cluster of seven schools, all located within Atlanta in town neighborhoods. CINS includes the five elementary schools and one middle schools that feed into Grady High School. Each year, CINS awards grants totaling thousands of dollars to teachers in our cluster schools. [To read more about CINS Grants click here.]
CINS mission is to work with Atlanta Public Schools (APS) to foster the development of safe, quality education, in the Grady cluster of schools. To meet this goal, CINS conducts monthly meetings of parents, school administrators, and Board of Education members to explore resources, identify critical issues and seek solutions to problems.
"How Grady High School Measures Up"
October 20, 2014, 6pm
Murray Auditorium, Grady High School
Please join CINS as we ask questions and hear answers about Grady's performance. We will start with an in-depth look at test scores and other indicators of student performance. Following the data presentation, Grady’s Principal, Mr. Tim Guiney, and Dr. Timothy Gadson, the Associate Superintendent of High Schools, will respond to Grady's present levels of performance by setting out next steps and goals to address shortcomings and preserve strengths. After the responses from Mr. Guiney and Dr. Gadson, questions will be taken from the audience. Come and see where Grady was last year and where we are heading this year. CINS’ community meetings are always free and open to the public.
The APS presentation for this meeting can be found HERE. Mr. Guiney's presentation can be found HERE.
High School CCRPI Index Pathways Guidance: Indicator Number 9 - Attachment HERE.
If you would like to become involved in CINS' committee work or other activities with respect to the cluster, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The APS presentation on achievement data in the Grady Cluster can be found HERE.
Following are the individual school one page reports:
Grady High School
Inman Middle School
Centennial Place Academy, Hope Hill, Mary Lin, Morningside, Springdale Park
CINS Bylaws can be found HERE
Follow the official blog of Dr. Meria Carstarphen, superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools, http://atlsuper.com/
From Dr. Carstarphen's Blog:
Our Three New Stakeholder Committees
I am pleased to announce the members of our three new stakeholder advisory and oversight committees: Finance and Budget Advisory Committee, Special Education Advisory Committee, and SPLOST Oversight Committee. Read more HERE.
CINS would like to congratulate the following for being chosen by Dr. Carstarphen! Thank you for your committment!
SPLOST: Tamara Jones
Budget & Finance: Mark Rebillot
Special Education: Michelle Constantinides
APS Task Force on Flexibility Model Updates:
Operational Models at a Glance
Operational Model Advisory Committee meeting updates:
September 11 and 18
Powerpoint - APS Operating Models for School System Flexibility Options