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Woodruff Salutes Georgia Arts in Education Leaders; Call for Teacher Nominations

Atlanta, GA-- The Woodruff Arts Center is pleased to announce the 4th Annual Woodruff Salutes Georgia Arts in Education Leaders recognition program-designed to promote the value of using arts in education through recognition, cultivation, and engagement of leaders throughout Georgia who have championed and demonstrated the ability of the arts to positively impact the lives and learning of young people in grades Pre-K through 12.

Disney and Steve Harvey are Calling for 100 High School Students...Apply Now!!!

Atlanta, GA--  Steve Harvey is looking for 100 high school students to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will open their minds, change their lives and help them shine their brightest. There is only 30 more days to Apply!!! Atlanta is known for always being represented in the group of 100, so let's do it again and get our applications in!

NFL Network and Michael Turner of the Atlanta Falcons to Visit Camp Creek Middle School

Atlanta, GA--  NFL Network, Comcast and Atlanta Falcons Kick Off 'Keep Gym in School' at Camp Creek Middle School on Tuesday, September 21st.

On Tuesday, Sept 21 at 10 a.m. Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner, will join NFL Network analyst Jamie Dukes; John Eaves, Chair Fulton County Commission; Dr. Cindy Loe, Superintendent of Fulton County Schools; and 1,000 Students and faculty from Camp Creek Middle School as a part of the “Keep Gym in School” program.

The goal of "Keep Gyms in School" is to help boost fitness and physical education in America's middle schools. This campaign was developed for middle schools across the country who have been forced to cut P.E. out of their daily curriculum.

Bomb Scare at Campbell Elementary School Cleared

Atlanta, GA--  A bomb threat at Campbell Elementary in Fairburn is being investigated by authorities.  Sheriffs say that the school received a threat by phone at 12:50, at which time the 860 students plus staff members were taken outdoors and a safe distance away from the school.

Instead of staying outside waiting for the bomb sniffing dogs to finish their sweep of the building, everyone was loaded onto busses and transported to the Georgia Military College (Fairburn campus) until the all clear was given.

Once the all clear was given students were transported back to their school andbusses and parents picked up their kids as usual.