Marietta City Schools (MCS) Superintendent, Emily Lembeck will host “Coffee Talk” — a community dialogue, at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 26, at West Side Elementary.
“Coffee Talk” is free and open to the public. West Side Elementary is located at 344 Polk St., Marietta.
“Coffee Talk provides an excellent opportunity for me to meet with parents and community members to discuss Marietta City Schools’ accomplishments, strategic initiatives and our progress overall,” said Lembeck.
“Among the topics at this Coffee Talk are the upcoming Education SPLOST, our new Strategic Plan, Charter System Renewal status, the Common Core State Standards, and Career Pathways.”
The Talented and Gifted (TAG) Learning Academy at West Side Elementary provides kindergarten through fifth grade students a global, academic program designed to uncover and develop the unique talents and gifts of all students.
The focus of this program is on developing the various aptitudes and potentials for advanced learning and creative productivity that exist in all student populations.