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Volunteer Information

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    All persons interested in volunteering in the Fulton County School District are required to re-register/register by completing the new online volunteer registration/application process. The registration process can be found by clicking on the Volunteer global icon. Applicants should be prepared to spend about 10-15 minutes for the training and application process. In accordance with State Law, all volunteers must be current with the Child Abuse Reporting Protocol Training before being allowed to volunteer in our schools. All applicants must wait 24 hours after applying for application processing and approval.

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FCS District News

  • FCS Board Bulletin for May 16, 2024

    FCS Board Bulletin for May 16, 2024

    In this issue: May 15 Post-meeting Summary; Superintendent's Report; Board Approves FY24-24 Tentative Budget; Policy Updates; New Hires & Promotions.

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  •  The Dereef College Scholarship Program Pays It Forward

    The Dereef College Scholarship Program Pays It Forward

    In June 2023, Fulton County Schools (FCS) Chief Financial Officer Marvin Dereef Jr. was awarded the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International Eagle Award for his outstanding leadership contributions in the field of education for more than 18 years.

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  •  "Let's Talk Schools!" S3E19: 2025 Literacy Leaders

    "Let's Talk Schools!" S3E19: 2025 Literacy Leaders

    In episode nineteen, Superintendent Mike Looney announces twenty-two FCS elementary schools were recently recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as "Literacy Leaders" - the most in the state! Dr. Looney and his guests - Elementary School Improvement Coaches Amy Long and Deshunta Adams - explore why we deserve this honor and the steps we are taking to transform education.

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  • Pre-K Through Seniors: Summer Learning Has Students Covered

    Pre-K Through Seniors: Summer Learning Has Students Covered

    There are roughly 10 months in a regular school year. A lot can happen over that stretch of time. For students who need a little extra time, Fulton County School's Summer Learning program is here to help.

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