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Ivy Prep Governing Board Information
For information on Ivy Prep’s Governing Board, including members, meeting times, and contact information, please see our Governing Board page.
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Ivy Prep Kirkwood
1807 Memorial Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30317
Serving grades K-8
For families eligible for DeKalb County Schools (DCS) and Atlanta Public Schools (APS)
School Principal: Charcia Nichols (email@example.com)
Kirkwood Contact Form
Family and Scholar Handbook (Kirkwood)
School Uniforms (Kirkwood)
21st Century Program
Application Link: Click here to apply.
Note: This program is currently only available at our Kirkwood campus.
21st Century Community Learning Centers at Ivy Preparatory Academy provides an after-school and summer program. The program serves scholars in K-8 for free! Students are provided with homework help/tutorial, fitness activities, and various enrichment activities focused on STEAM (Science Technology, Engineering Arts and Math). Please see flyer for more details, you can apply in the front office or online now!
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Ivy Preparatory Academy offers a full meal program with breakfast and lunch. Please see the documents below for information on Free and Reduced Meals.
Kirkwood Federal Programs and Disclosures
Annual Right to Know Letter
Kirkwood School Improvement Plan (SIP)
Facilitated Individualized Education Program (FIEP) Information
The Title I funds are used to provide supplemental core academic instruction, instructional support, and parental involvement and engagement to schools to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
The Title II Part A funds are used to increase academic achievement by providing supplemental funds to implement strategies to improve the quality of instruction and leadership. Title II Part A will also increase student academic achievement through strategies such as improving teacher and principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in the classroom and highly qualified principals and assistant principals in schools. It also holds local educational agencies and schools accountable for improvements in student academic achievement.
To further drive the goal of improving student achievement, the Office of Federal Programs will be implementing a strong focus on Parent Engagement in FY2013-2014. An online parent survey will be developed to assist in gathering continuous feedback, and information from parents that will be used in designing and implementing purposeful engagement strategies, evaluating the effectiveness of these strategies, and promoting communication.
Pamela Dingle Title I Coordinator, Ivy Preparatory Network firstname.lastname@example.org Ayanna Aponte Parental Involvement Coordinator, Ivy Preparatory Academy for Girls at Kirkwood email@example.com
Comprehensive LEA Improvement Plan (CLIP)
Under the Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) specifies that local educational agencies (LEAs) may receive funds under (ESEA) if the LEA has an approved plan on file with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE). The LEA plan is submitted as part of the consolidated application. The GaDOE has integrated the requirements for planning across all ESEA programs and the state’s professional learning program. The Comprehensive LEA Plan (CLIP) eliminates the need for LEAs to submit separate plans for individual programs.
Parent Right to Know Letters
Complaint Procedures Under ESEA NCLB Act
Parents as we enter the testing season, we wanted to reassure you that your child’s test scores will be accurate because we have strict testing securities in place. Teachers do not have access to the test outside of the testing window of time. Test booklets are counted daily and shelved in a secure locked room. If you are ever aware of any concerns please feel free to report them to your scholar’s administrator.