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Students, teachers and staff at Georgia Cyber Academy 04 in Atlanta, Georgia are excited to announce that they will be celebrating National School Choice Week with a special event!
Georgia Cyber Academy will celebrate National School Choice Week with a field trip to the Bradley Observatory at Agnes Scott College. They will tour the Observatory and ask questions live with our Astronomy lead. They will then enter the planetarium for a view of the constellations, night sky and more!
Full Schedule of Events for NSCW:
1/23 12-1pm – Microsoft Monday: Tynker Space Quest (virtual)
1/23 3-5pm – NASA Challenger Learning Center at University of Tennessee Chattanooga
1/24 10:30am-12:45pm – Souper Jenny Farm Tour
1/24 12-1pm – Tennessee Aquarium (virtual)
1/24 5-7pm – DuPont Planetarium at University of South Carolina Aiken Campus
1/25 3:45-4:45pm – Spy School with the International Spy Museum (virtual)
1/26 11-12:30pm – Georgia Southern Planetarium
1/26 2-3:30pm – Agnes Scott College Planetarium
1/26 3:30-5pm – Ecologist School: Astronomy (virtual)
1/27 12-12:30pm – Fit Friday: Motivation & Muscles with Mayya (virtual)
This event is not open to the public.
This event is hosted by Georgia Cyber Academy
Georgia Cyber Academy provides an interactive virtual learning environment designed to support individualized and differentiated student-centered educational experiences serving students from kindergarten through the 12th grade.
Thursday, January 26, 2023
This special event will celebrate school choice options available for children and families across the state of Georgia.
For more information please contact Ashlei Brittany at [email protected]
National School Choice Week (NSCW) informs, inspires, and empowers parents to discover the K-12 education options available for their children, including traditional public, charter, magnet, online, private, and homeschooling.
Every January, tens of thousands of schools, organizations, and individuals plan unique events and activities to shine a positive spotlight on effective education options in their communities. The Week is a project of the nonpartisan, nonpolitical National School Choice Awareness Foundation.