Ralph J. Bunche

Middle School

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    Odyssey provides a free six-week academic enrichment experience that includes transportation, meals, supplies, field trips, college counseling, out-of-state college tours, and daily project-based learning instruction, held on the Westminster campus. 

    Please feel free to reach out to Jeff Cohen at (678) 634-7017 or by email at jeffcohen@odysseyatlanta.org or Adrienne Avery, Senior Director of School Engagement, at (404)609-6407 or by email at adrienneavery@odysseyatlanta.org


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  • Personal Communication/ Electronic Devices:
    Dear Parents, Students, & Stakeholders,
    All students may possess mobile telephones and other personal devices (PEDs) with the expressed, written consent of their parents and guardians. The parent/legal guardian must complete the Parental Consent & Acknowledgement Form For a Mobile Telephone/Personal Electronic Device each school year and deliver it to the school principal or designee before the student is allowed to possess a device on school property. Unless otherwise directed by school administration or school staff, the use of cellular telephones or other PEDs is forbidden for all students at all times during the instructional day. The instructional day includes, but is not limited to, lunch periods, class changes, study halls, or any other structured or unstructured instructional activity that occurs during the normal school day. Devices must be out of sight and turned off. This prohibition includes all emergency situations unless the student is directed to use a cellular telephone or PED by a school administrator or school staff or unless an extreme threat to the health or safety of a student arises and no school administrator or school staff member is present.
    All staff members have the right to confiscate mobile phones or PEDs when used in the violation of policy JCDAF and its implementing regulation. If as student refuses to relinquish a phone or other device to a school staff member, the staff member may refer the student with the device to the principal or designee. Atlanta Public Schools assumes no liability for the theft, loss, or damage of mobile telephones and other PEDs possessed by students on school property or held by school officials during the confiscation period. APS employees will not be responsible for searching for lost or stollen mobile phones or other PEDs. Students shall not use, display, or turn on cellular phones, or PEDs during instructional time, class change time, or breakfast/lunch.
    *The above is directly from the APS Student Code of Conduct/ 2023-2024 Student Handbook, which can be found at: 
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  • Go Teams

    This spring, we will elect representatives to serve on our GO Team. The GO Team is a crucial aspect to the success of our school.  This diverse team represents all aspects of our school community (parents, teachers, and community members), develops our strategic plan, approves our budget, and can request flexibilities aligned to our strategic plan. Our GO Team can address our students' unique needs.

    We have 2 parent/guardian positions and 2 non-supervisory instructional positions open. Interested in serving? Find more information about what it means to serve on a GO Team, declare your candidacy, and materials on the charter system at: www.apsstrongschools.com



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    The window to request a parent referral for Gifted Eligibility Testing this school year is open from September 1 through September 30.  Please visit these links:

    1) Parent Referral Informational Video and FAQs 

    2) Online Request for Parent Referral Form

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  • Beyond the Day High School Courses

    For more information click the links to register and make a request 

    AVA Part-Time Middle School Course Request Form

    Bunche Counselor Approval Form

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  • Hazel Health has partnered with Atlanta Public Schools to provide access to quality healthcare services for all students, at no cost to families, this school year. A school health representative can initiate a video visit with a Hazel health care provider while your child is at school to provide either physical or mental health services. Therapy sessions with Hazel Health are a safe space and are private and confidential.
    To ensure your child has access to this service, please take 5 minutes to sign up today.
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  • APS Writing Tutorial Available

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