Officials report smooth start to school year
by James Swift
August 20, 2014 12:28 PM | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
Last week, about 96,000 students — in addition to 13,000-plus employees — returned to Fulton County schools. The first week back was deemed a rousing success by many local parents, administrators and school board representatives. Alpharetta Elementary Principal Adam Maroney said his school had an excellent opening. “We’re right back into the swing of things,” he said. “The kids here are happy, they’re smiling, and they’re settled in.” Jane Kragh, the mother of two Roswell High stude...
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    North Fulton traffic
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    Has the traffic situation in north Fulton improved in the past five years?