The Community School

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Farm Burger Spirit Night – Oct. 2nd

10% of all proceeds will directly benefit TCS!

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Math Affinities by Dave Nelson, Executive Administrative Director

On Monday mornings, I teach a class called Affinities Math, with help from our new Assistant Teacher, Jordan Spurlin. This is a class for a group of young adults who are focused on transitioning into the larger world. They don’t…

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Playing for a Purpose – Sept. 17th

We are excited to invite you to the 22nd Annual Playing for a Purpose Charity Golf Classic! The tournament will be held at the Trophy Club of Atlanta on Monday, September 17th, and this year will benefit The Community School. 

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After School Registration is Now Open!

The TCS After School Program is back for the 2018-2019 Program Year! Make sure to sign up asap, the deadline to register is September 5th. 

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Upcoming Info Session May 2nd

Learn more about what programs we have to offer by attending our upcoming information session on Thursday, May 2nd from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.

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Learn How We Work; Bow-Drilling in the Staff Meeting

This article written by Zach Kissell, one of TCS’s counseling interns, explores his reflection on our Monday staff meetings and training days.

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Fernbank Volunteer Ceremony

TCS staff members, Zach Batson and Sarah Champ, joined one of our participants and his family in attending the Fernbank Museum of Natural History’s annual volunteer award ceremony on April 15th.

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Why You Need to Use Soap (a Germs Simulation Experiment)

This article explores one way in which our independence classes explore personal hygiene through experiential learning.

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A Participant’s Perspective on the Alliance Theatre’s Production of ‘The Jungle Book’

This article written by a TCS participant illuminates their unique perspective upon attending The Alliance Theatre’s production of ‘The Jungle Book’.

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Autism and the Arts

This article shares a personal reflection from one of our staff members, Tim Harland, about autism and the arts.

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