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    Go Team
    Atlanta Public Schools became a charter system effective July 1, 2016, to increase student achievement and improve organizational effectiveness and efficiency.

    A key component of operating as a charter system is the establishment of Local School Governance Teams at the 71 APS neighborhood schools. Local School Governance Teams are also known as GO Teams.

    GO Teams work with school leadership and the community to help determine the long-term direction of the school, design innovative solutions to increase student achievement, and serve as school ambassadors to the local community.  To learn more, visit http://www.atlantapublicschools.us/Page/45013
     
    2018-2019 Bolton Academy GO Team Members
     
    Ashley Rivera - Chair - ashleycaronrivera@gmail.com - nominated position: final term
     
    Celine Browne-Roberts - Vice-Chair - cbrowne@atlanta.k12.ga.us - elected position: final term
     
    Terah Sherrer - Secretary - txsherrer@atlanta.k12.ga.us
     
    Anita Lawrence - Principal - anita.lawrence@atlanta.k12.ga.us
     
    Lina Scharff - Asst. Principal - pscharff@atlanta.k12.ga.us
     
    John Ramseur - johnram2@yahoo.com
     
    Marie Cruzado - mcruzado@agapeatlanta.com
     
    Telene Anderson - cateringatl1@gmail.com - nominated position: final term
     
    Leslie Stevens - leslieusm@yahoo.com - elected position: final term
     
    Ernest Worley - ernest.worley@atlanta.k12.ga.us
     
    Monica Varner - mveiga@atlanta.k12.ga.us
     
     
    Meetings are held on the 2nd floor in Room 212 at Bolton Academy from 5-6pm; unless otherwise noted. Meetings are monthly, unless a special meeting is called.
     
    Meeting Dates
    (click the date for the agenda/minutes)
    November 9, 2018 - Strategic Planning Mtg. (Strategic Plan-Final)
    January 25, 2019 - Budget Work Session(No Public Comment)
    April 9, 2019  - Meeting was not held because a quorum was not met.
     

    Public Comment Format

    The GO Team meetings are open to the public, as such we welcome and encourage citizens and community members to attend meetings to become better acquainted with the programs of the school and the GO Team’s role.  Citizens are encouraged to attend; however, please refrain from interrupting and/or causing distractions during GO Team proceedings.  For citizens and/or community members wishing to provide a public comment, there will be a maximum of 20 minutes allotted for public comment on each meeting agenda. Each speaker will have 2 minutes to provide feedback/speak. At the end of the 20 minutes the Public Comment Forum will close and move on to the next agenda item. Please note, the Public Comment period is designed to gain input from the public and not for immediate responses by the GO Team. However, a GO Team member may ask clarifying questions to better understand the comments/concerns.  If necessary the principal will follow-up with those community members that may require additional feedback in regards to their questions or provide a general statement during the next GO Team meeting.