On Tuesday, September 15th, TCC kicked off the 2020-2021 school year with a virtual Town Hall style Q&A meeting on Zoom, featuring DeKalb County School District Representative Allyson Gevertz.
In DeKalb County, nearly 140,000 people, including nearly 40,000 children, are food insecure. The Atlanta Community Food Bank’s Community Food Experience (CFE) is a discussion-based, interactive simulation that identifies major barriers to food security in our region. Tucker Cluster stakeholders participated in the CFE For this special hands-on meeting.
Tucker Cluster Council’s November 2019 meeting featured updates from DCSD Rep Allyson Gevertz, Regional Superintendent Trenton Arnold, and featured presentations from Midvale Elementary and Tapestry Public Charter Schools.
September’s TCC meeting featured a presentation by local entrepreneur Laura Bolsen of STEM for Every Child, BOE and E-SPLOST Budget issues updates by DCSD 4 Representative Allyson Gevertz, an explanation of Open Work Orders by the District’s COO Dan Drake, along with information from Regional Superintendent Trenton Arnold and shared news from Tucker’s feeder schools’ Principals.
The DeKalb County School District (DCSD) announced it is holding five (5) public meetings to seek public input on proposed options to address the E-SPLOST “GO” Bond budget. The proposed options were presented to the Board of Education on July 8, 2019.
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.