• Graduation Coach- Mr. Teddrick McCreary

    Caseloads are created based on student needs.  Needs are based on these three indicators: academic performance, behavior and attendance. Students are also placed in the appropriate support groups based on tribunal letters or behavior exhibited on and off campus.  Students are monitored throughout the school year and also reevaluated as an essential part of the student’s transition back to his or her respective home school. We also are monitoring students closely in the 6th and 9th grade to ensure that students remain in the correct cohort.



     

    Support Services

    Facilitator/Person of Contact

    Day/Time

    Community

    CARON (Drug and Tobacco)

    Mr. Amen Kush

    Alfred Garner

    Wednesday 12-2

    College Career Center

    A, B, and C

    MiBlock

    Entrepreneurship/Life Skills

    Mr. Kong

    Alfred Garner

    Thursday 130

    Multi-Purpose Room

    C

    Anger Management

    (Comprehensive Counseling Solutions)

    Mr. Ekom Essien

    Alfred Garner

    Thursday 130

    College Career Center

     

    B and C

    SSYP (Street Smart Youth Project)

    Mr. Jayson Smith

    TBA

     

    MS and HS

    AYIP (Atlanta Youth Initiative Project)

    Officer Keith Roach

    Wednesday 1230

    Multi-Purpose Room

    MS and HS

    Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness (Young Parenting Class)

    Ms. Wavella Bell

    TBA

    Parent Center

    HS

    College Institute for Males (AIM)

    Mr. Curtis Halton

    Saturday

    Atlanta Area Technical College

    10-12

    Next Generation Youth (Food Pantry, Life Skills, Community Service and Mentorship)

    Mr. Ryan Dunn

    Alfred Garner

    TBA

    TBA

    Anger Management and Mentorship (Girls)

    Ms. Quasandria Turner

    Alfred Garner

    Wednesday   10-12

     

    Community D

    Community A