On Monday, Fulton County Schools will host a meeting for parents of students attending one its 12 Priority, Focus, and Alert schools.
The meeting will be held at Renaissance Middle School, 7155 Hall Road, Fairburn.
Parents are encouraged to attend and provide input on the Flexible Learning Program (FLP) that will be implemented during the 2013-2014 school year. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m.
The schools represented are: High Point, Esther Jackson, S. L. Lewis and Randolph elementary schools; Bear Creek, Renaissance, Ridgeview Charter and Sandy Springs Charter middle schools; and Banneker, Creekside, McClarin and Tri-Cities high schools.
Ernie Suggs is an enterprise reporter covering race and culture for the AJC since 1997. A 1990 graduate of N.C. Central University and a 2009 Harvard University Nieman Fellow, he is also the former vice president of the National Association of Black Journalists. His obsession with Prince, Spike Lee movies, Hamilton and the New York Yankees is odd.