The parents group that supports public schools in the North Atlanta cluster is looking for volunteers willing to serve on its board.

North Atlanta Parents for Public Schools, known as NAPPS, sent out an announcement March 10 that it was looking for “committed parents in our school cluster willing to serve on its board and/or subcommittees.”

“The organization aims to increase its ability to educate and inform parents in the North Atlanta school cluster by providing more focused and relevant events and to be a resource for parents in areas such as special education, Hispanic relations, interaction with the new Board of Education and overall representation within the APS [Atlanta Public Schools] community,” NAPPS said in an email.

For more information, contact by April 4.

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