Georgia school leaders tour programs at Fulton elementary

State school Superintendent Richard Woods and Fulton County schools interim Superintendent Kenneth Zeff are touring one of the district’s schools today.

The two men are part of a small delegation of political and state officials visiting River Eves Elementary in Roswell to learn about its Project-Based Learning and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports programs for grades K-5. They’re also observing a number of STEM-centered classrooms.

They will participate in a roundtable discussion with Principal Neil Pinnock and a select group of teachers and parents about launching the innovative programs and the community support and participation that makes them successful.

River Eves has earned a number of accolades, including two Reward School Titles for Highest-Performing Title I School. The River Eves PTA, education foundation and business partners collectively give approximately $100,000 annually to provide enrichment for students.

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