Hear Clayton school superintendent’s plan at these meetings


The Clayton County Superintendent of Schools, Morcease J. Beasley will host three community forums to tell parents, teachers and students information regarding priorities and goals for 2017, and to listen.

The first meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 12, at Charles Drew High School at 6237 Garden Walk Boulevard in Riverdale, for those who have a stake in surrounding high schools as well as their middle and elementary feeder schools.

All meetings are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. and will available for viewing via livestream on the CCPS district website, www.clayton.k12.ga.us

The second will be at Forest Park High School and its nearby and feeder schools at 5452 Phillips Drive in Forest Park. It will take place Tuesday, Sept. 19. 

The third meeting will take place at Mundy’s Mill High School at 9652 Fayetteville Road in Jonesboro on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

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