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The school board will hold the last of three public hearings on a proposal to raise its millage rate by .88 percent above the rollback millage rate.
The first of three public hearings on the proposed 2014 millage rate will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 10.
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The six Cambridge High School students participated in the Georgia Music Educators Association (GEMA) All State Band event held in Athens.
The network and Comcast will visit Cambridge High School on Wednesday to honor the students who won the competition.
Eight more seniors in the Fulton County School System will earn $2,500 cash scholarships funded by the National Merit Corp.
The school system wants to have open dialogue with religious leaders on what ideas they have to help students thrive.
Three students at Milton High School have received scholarships through the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
The Fulton County School System's average on the College and Career Ready Performance Index outpaced the state's score.
The Fulton County School System will hold its 30th annual Bus Driver Road-e-o competition on Saturday in Alpharetta.
Officials will discuss several middle school additions under construction that will relieve overcrowding.
Sahaana Sundar, a student at Alpharetta High School, was recognized as one of the 20 students named to the prestigious list.
The Georgia State University's Alpharetta Center will host two events in conjunction with the Atlanta Science Festival.
The board will meet on Tuesday at 2 p.m.
The Fulton County School System will soon open registration for incoming pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students.
The honor given by the Georgia Department of Education recognizes schools that offer challenging curricula.
High school graduation dates are not impacted.
School system had previously announced that all Monday after-school activities would end no later than 6:30 p.m.