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Parent Title 1 Meeting
You’re Invited to attend Alpha Academy’s Parent title 1 meeting

           Monday, October 22, 2018            
5:00 - 6:00 PM

1045 North St. Conyers, GA 30016

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED

Parent Compact Revisions Meeting

Monday October 22, 2018

6:15 – 7:15 PM

1045 North St. Conyers, GA 30016

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED



Bright Bytes Parent Survey

Alpha Academy Bright Bytes Parent Survey

Georgia Climate Survey

Parents please complete the following survey for Alpha Academy. 
 Alpha Academy Climate and Culture Parent Survey

Reminder about Dress Code

Regular Dress Code

Khaki Pants (No cargo pants, jeggings, joggers, or rips in pants)

White Collared Shirt

White, Black, or Brown Shoes

Black or Brown Belt (No emblems on belt)

Dress Down Passes

If students receive a dress down pass they may wear the following:

White or Black Shirt (No red, blue or purple is allowed on the shirt)

Black or Blue Jeans (No rips or tears in the jeans)

White, Black, or Brown Shoes

White, Black, or Brown Belt (No emblems on belt)

 

Dress for Success

Students must be dressed in professional business attire. No tight fitting clothing.

Boys: 

Collared Shirt and Tie (No red, blue, or purple)

Dress pants (No red, blue, or purple)

Dress Shoes (White, Black, or Brown only)

Black or Brown Belt (No emblems)

Girls:

Dresses (Knee length and need to be business appropriate) (No cotton/t-shirt style dresses)

Skirts (knee length) (No red, blue, or purple)

Dress Blouse/Shirts (Cannot be revealing and No red, blue, or purple.)

Dress pants (No red, blue, or purple)

Dress Shoes (White, Black, or Brown only) (All shoes must be closed toe shoes.)

Black or Brown Belt (No emblems)



 

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Our Mission

The mission of Alpha Academy, a positive and caring learning environment where students are motivated to alter negative behaviors and to improve socially, academically, and vocationally, is to ensure that students are able to become better decision makers, compete in a global economy, and to become productive members of society through delivery of innovative and differentiated pedagogical approaches, a variety of group and one-on-one interventions, positive behavior and support systems which encompass rewards and incentives, and parent/community and home school involvements.