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Cross Keys HS and Sequoyah MS Issue Letters of Support for Option B

Over the past few weeks, the Cross Keys High School Council has been gathering input from various stakeholders in the Buford Highway community. Today, Principal Heard (Cross Keys HS) and Principal Anthony (Sequoyah MS) issued their schools' position papers in... Continue Reading →

Secondary Schools Planning: Thinking Through the Options for Fall 2016

The options for the DeKalb County Secondary Schools Planning and Feasibility Study are out for public review and comment. The big question in the minds of many thoughtful people is “Which option is best for DeKalb?” I wish I could... Continue Reading →

COO Joshua Williams Says Statement about Moving the Magnet Program is “completely inaccurate and inappropriate”

Apparently an earlier statement from a consultant with Educational Planners has been disqualified as "completely inaccurate and inappropriate."

The Chamblee Magnet Is NOT Moving?

I have created a survey for our community to take (a Spanish version will be released shortly), and I encourage you to disseminate this information to your different networks.

Could a New Cross Keys HS Be Located at Assembly?

Before the Tuesday, May 10, and Thursday, May 12, secondary schools meetings next week, I want our community to consider one last option for our high schools. I consider this option to be somewhat of a middle ground option, and I hope that after thinking through these different ideas, we will be able to think a bit more clearly about the potential future of DeKalb Schools in Region 1.

What If Chamblee HS and Cross Keys HS Combined?

In my mind, this integrating of two medium-sized high schools into one large high school can benefit our community and our school system (both financially, academically, and athletically), but we need to be okay with thinking outside the box and making some changes to our comfort zones.

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