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Middle School Parent Night! Grades 6-8

Middle School parents, be sure to attend our Middle School Parent Night on Thursday, Aug. 23 from 6:30-8pm. We will begin the meeting in Hipp Hall and then you will have the opportunity to visit your student's teachers and classrooms.
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Lower School Parent Night-Grades 1-5

Lower school parents, be sure to attend parent night on Tuesday, Aug. 21 from 6:30-8pm. We will meet in the chapel at the church (where we had our Welcome Celebration) and then you will have an opportunity to visit your child's teachers and classrooms.
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What States are Advocating for Dyslexia?

Dyslexia has become a buzzword in the state of Georgia, as parents and educators have worked very hard to bring awareness to a learning difference that effects approximately 1 in 5 students. From 2013 to 2017, the number of states passing legislation focused on measures designed to support identification and treatment of children with dyslexia grew from 22 to 42.
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GRACEPOINT Students witness signing of HB 217

This week, Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 217 into law and 2 of our students, Will and Audrey Jane Leftwich, were there to witness the excitement and represent GRACEPOINT! This bill increases the annual cap on the Georgia Education Expense Credit Program from $58 million to $100 million for the next decade. The signing of HB 217 marks the largest expansion of this program since its inception in 2008. The increase in the cap on Education Expense Credits will provide thousands of additional Georgia students the opportunity to attend the schools of their parents' choice!
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