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Titan Community,

I am excited to announce that Susan Walker will be joining our staff in the position of Assistant Principal! Susan's start date is January 5th but she will be in the building soon to start meeting everyone.

For the past year and a half, Susan has worked in the Governance and Flexibility Department as a School Governance Facilitator for Fulton County. In this role, she has supported all schools and the Governance Councils in the Northeast Learning Community as they transitioned into the charter system. Prior to joining Fulton County Schools, Susan held positions as the inaugural Site Director for Georgia Teaching Fellows- Atlanta, the Deputy Director for the Georgia Governor’s Office of Student Achievement, and the Director of Policy and Research for the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education. She began her career in south Texas as a high school English teacher at McAllen High School.

Susan earned her Master of Science in Policy Studies degree from Georgia State University and her Bachelor’s degree in English from Emory University. Susan resides in Roswell with her husband and her two daughters.

Please join me and welcoming Susan to the Titan family!

Brian P Downey

Principal

Northview High School


Dear Parents/Guardians and Students,

A-1 Driving School, Inc. has partnered with FULTON COUNTY PUBLIC
SCHOOLS! We have established this partnership to spread the importance
of safe driving and, in turn, hope that it becomes contagious! To
encourage you to take this step with A-1, we have drastically reduced
our prices to as low as $47.50 an hour (lowest prices you can find in
Georgia!).

But first let us introduce ourselves!

A-1 Driving School is a family owned and operated company established
in 1987. Since 1987, we can proudly say that we have helped thousands
of people get their license! We are Certified by D.D.S. (Department of
Driver's Services) as well as our highly trained and professional
Instructors.

Our Instructors care about you! You will feel safe knowing that A-1
instructors range from teachers, police officers, and to firemen. They
continue to serve our community by successfully training and preparing
you for the road ahead. To further ensure that you receive a quality
learning experience we offer private driving lessons to everyone. Our
staff is patient and ready to help you succeed!

For ALL STUDENTS in Fulton County, we offer $50 dollars OFF our already
reduced fee of $399 which includes a package of 6 hours of driving and
30 hours of classroom instructions. This package helps to fulfill
requirements set forth by JOSHUA'S LAW. ALL 16 to 17 year olds must
fulfill these requirements in order to receive a Class D driver's
license.

For your convenience we have 14 locations diligently serving the greater
metro Atlanta area. We welcome you to come in to register or you may
call us or email us to schedule your driving and/or class appointment.
To even further the convenience, our 30 hour classroom instruction will
be held at your High School. A-1 Driving School also offers a free pick
up and drop off at the High School you attend!

Our goal is to help Georgians become the Best Drivers in the Nation! So
get Driven with A-1!

Ask your School if they are scheduled to have a Driver's Ed. class. If
so, make sure you sign up fast as we are only allowed to admit 20
students. We hope to encourage you to take this step to become a safe
and knowledgable driver. Please feel free to contact us for any
information you need. We thank you for your time and we hope that our
company may help serve you on your road to successProgram Administrator
!

Thank you from your friends at A-1 Driving School!

Sincerely,
Mike T. Markos

Program Administrator

*Look at external links for more information*

 


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