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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