John Denine, Executive Director of Center and Study of Independent Education (CASIE) presented on IB Programs in Georgia’s education sector (above photo), DCSD Regional Superintendent Trenton Arnold spoke about the next SPLOST the new Smoke Rise ES building plans and its impact on potential redistricting, a ground swell of support is growing for Idlewood ES, Ashley Little introduced the Tucker Education Foundation, and much more was discussed at Midvale Elementary. (Photo Credit: Matt Holmes)
The Next Tucker Cluster Council General Meeting will be
Tuesday, May 14th from 6PM to 7:30PM at Brockett Elementary School
This Month's “4 Feedback” is on Thursday, May 16th at Oak Grove Market
Our DCSD District 4 Representative Allyson Gevertz will be hosting her "4 Feedback" listening session this month on Thursday, May 16th from 8-10am at the Oak Grove Market. All residents are welcome, not just those from BOE District 4. Plan to stop by and meet Allyson!
And if you missed last month's session at Dresden Park, worry not! Below is a link to a downloadable PDF with updates Allyson that shared with the group. For more information visit www.allysongevertz.com.
Community Involvement is Critical
Here are some ways you can support TCC’s mission in the academic success of every Tucker student:
Advocates for the Success of ALL Tucker Schools
The Tucker Cluster Council’s (TCC) purpose is to create a unified voice to efficiently and effectively communicate the needs of every school in our cluster to the Dekalb County School District. This includes all stakeholders in the neighborhoods of:
Uniquely United with a Common Purpose
The Tucker Cluster Council is a unique organization of community stakeholders that includes parents, businesses, educators and DCSD representatives who are invested in working together to actively support and promote the schools within our cluster. This special collaboration is working to enhance opportunities for educational success of every child in our community. Membership is free, so won’t you join us?