May 2019’s TCC Meeting at Brockett Elementary School featured a “State of the Region and Tucker Cluster” presentation by Region 2 Superintendent Trenton Arnold, supported by most of the Region 2 Cabinet. Tucker Cluster Principals shared individual school updates, several parents and community stakeholders voiced concerns, and DCSD Region 4 Rep. Allyson Gevertz informed us of recent news.
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)
Regional Superintendent Trenton Arnold presented the current status and process for the new Smoke Rise Elementary School build at last week’s community meeting. Click through to the article to access the presentation.
Tonight’s meeting included 1st semester highlights from our Tucker Cluster Principals, information about the Positive Behavior Incentive and Supports Program (PBIS) being implemented at Tucker Middle School, access to 2 opportunities to help our schools through the STEM programs, QBE information as presented by our Regional Superintendent Trenton Arnold, as well as information from our newly elected District 4 Board Member, Allyson Gevertz.