Incoming Fulton County Schools Superintendent Mike Looney laughs as he speaks with Jennifer Burton, principal of Evoline C. West Elementary School, after he finishes touring the school during their summer school program in Fairburn, Ga., on Thursday, June 13, 2019. Looney's first official day on the job is Monday, June 17. Starting Monday, June 17, Looney will lead Georgia's fourth largest school district, which has a general fund budget of more than $1 billion.
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Fulton Schools Superintendent to host bilingual Q&A on Wednesday

It can be tougher for families to navigate a complicated Fulton County Schools system if some don’t feel comfortable speaking and writing English.

Superintendent Mike Looney is hosting a bilingual Q&A on Wednesday with translators fluent in Spanish, Korean and Mandarin.

The school district released fliers in those languages along with one in Hindi.


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It has been billed as an “opportunity to hear an overview of the plans and priorities” of Fulton Schools.

The event will be held at 10 a.m. inside the commons area at Dolvin Elementary School, 10495 Jones Bridge Road in Johns Creek.


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