Nine of our students made the School & Sport section, on page 35, of the September edition of Around Acworth Magazine. We will try to get each of them a copy! It’s awesome to see so many happy back to school smiles 🙂 Continue reading “Students in Around Acworth Magazine”
Keyeion’s article “Surf and Service in Costa Rica“, from the Smithsonian Student Adventures 2017 Costa Rica 10 Day Surf & Service Program this past summer, made the local newspaper! Way to go Keyeion! 😀
Link to the article in Bright Side, on page 9 Continue reading “Keyeion is in the newspaper, again!”
and our Little Dyslexia School Teachers and Students have done an amazing job this year!
We were fortunate enough to receive a grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation (DGLF) for the 2016-2017 school year. DGLF generously helps out schools and non-profits that target literacy, especially, below grade level readers, readers with learning disabilities, and students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).
OUR GOAL was to achieve an increase in reading level of at least half a year, ideally a full year. It is not uncommon for many Continue reading “We just finished our 2017 Spring Testing season…”
On Thursday, December 15, Ms. Kim was named Acworth’s Citizen of the Year by the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce during the Northwest Cobb Area Council’s luncheon at the Marietta Country Club in Kennesaw.
“I am honored, as I’m honored to serve this community,” Wigington said after she was handed the award by Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood, who nominated Ms. Kim for the honor.
Thank you so much to Dollar General for awarding us $3,000 as part of their $4.5 million Youth Literacy Grant program.
Committed to helping increase the literacy skills of individuals of all ages, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation has awarded more than $127 million in grants to nonprofit organizations, Continue reading “Thank You Dollar General!”
Ms. Kim is awarded Business Person of the Year by the City of Acworth during the last city meeting.