FCS District News
Just the Facts: School Instructional Calendars
Superintendent Looney brought forward a recommendation for the proposed 2023-2024 and 2024-2025 instructional calendars. Each calendar draft aims to...
Just The Facts: Georgia Milestones Assessment
Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in language arts, mathematics, scie...
Just The Facts: FCS Releases Educational Options Application Schedule
FCS believes families should be able to choose the best educational options for students. The Board of Education has long believed in providing opportunities and flexibility for families...
Just The Facts: FCS Bill of Rights
When Fulton County Schools (FCS) Superintendent Mike Looney wanted to define the rights for stakeholders in our schools, he asked working groups of students, parents and teachers to help develop the Fulton County Schools Bill of Rights.
Just The Facts: Late Start Days on 2021-2022 School Calendar
The FCS Board of Education has approved six “late start days” for the school year 2021-2022. During “late start days” instruction starts an hour later in elementary, middle and high schools...
Just The Facts: Three New Schools
FCS' Innovation Academy in Alpharetta, the Global Impact Academy in Fairburn, as well as Crabapple Middle School in Roswell, with tours and back-to...
Just The Facts: Updated Attendance Policy
For students to learn and achieve to their fullest potential, it is critical they attend school and are engaged in the learning process. Student ab...
Just The Facts: ‘Start with Hello’ Campaign
As students head back to school in August, FCS is implementing a new initiative to help prepare for their return to safe and secure schools. The di...
Just The Facts: Building the Bridge to Success
The plan focuses on ensuring FCS students recover from COVID-19 learning disruption and record the highest growth averages in the Atlanta metro are...
Just The Facts: Safety Protocols for 2021-22
COVID-19 continues to be a serious safety concern as staff and students return for the 2021-22 school year. As part of our ongoing commitment to en...
Just The Facts: Learning Options for 2021
Fulton County Schools will offer three options for instruction in the upcoming school year: Face-to-face, the new FAVE school, and the Fulton Virtual program.
Just The Facts: May 21 Mask Mandate Update
Beginning Tuesday, June 1, masks will be strongly recommended for students, staff and visitors, but not required at Fulton County Schools’ facilities.