Update from 5/16/22

Even if you have kids at a private school or if you don't have school-aged children, these decisions affect our whole neighborhood – and all residents should feel empowered to make your voice heard on this matter.

Please sign our petition that supports the current APS proposal, which keeps Piedmont Heights children at the Morningside Elementary building: https://www.change.org/APSRezoning2022

A sample letter is available to use for sending your own to Dr. Herring and the BOE. Download the sample letter (Microsoft Word document) 

Shraddha Srivastav Strennen will send out canvassing info to those who signed up. After that, she will keep info posted to our Piedmont Heights Facebook group rather than by email. Please join to stay informed. 

UPDATE FROM 5/10/22

APS was supposed to vote on the final plan in June. It has now been pushed back to August.

We have JUST TWO WEEKS of remaining Engagement Sessions to be heard! This is the time for Piedmont Heights parents to SHOW UP and SPEAK UP.

Community engagement information from APS can be found HERE. And Sizemore Group's April 15 and Superintendent Herring's May 2 recommendations and corresponding maps can be found HERE.

May 16 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm Virtual - http://tinyAPS.com/?MidtownZoom

May 16 from 6:30pm – 8:00pm at Inman Building, 774 Virginia Ave NE

Hear about the recommendation, ask questions, and provide feedback. 

Use this Sign-Up Genius form to let us know which one of the two community engagement sessions you will be attending on Monday, May 16. We will coordinate accordingly.

May 17 - May 23 - Focus Groups In-person & Virtual

Register here: http://tinyAPS.com/?MidtownFocusGroup

Engage on specific topics, to include the model, attendance zones, and grandfathering

Please sign up for FOCUS GROUPS! Focus groups will meet May 17-23. Once more information is available we will coordinate with one another. 

May 23 - Cluster GO Team Meeting - Time (TBD)

Discuss feedback from the community


***** QUESTIONS & COMMENTS *****

Questions and comments can be submitted via Let's Talk or via individual email. Please use Let's Talk for questions or minor comments, but send letters of support to the email addresses listed below or individually via Let's Connect.  Click on each board member's name on the left, then click "Let's Connect".

Board of Education email addresses:


**** For previous information, regarding the education rezoning, please visit our previous blog post: https://piedmontheights.org/More-News/12774950


And, a special THANK YOU to Mark Kooyman of EXPERIENCE Insight Group for his assistance in providing updated demographic data, among other helpful data, for Piedmont Heights! 


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