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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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The Boards target for 2023-2024 was 32.5% of schools needing Tier 2 or Tier 3 support. They have exceeded this goal with 29.2% of schools reported needing the support.
School board focuses on innovation growth in district
Penelope KeenanFebruary 29, 2024

The Atlanta Board of Education reviewed Guardrail 4, which is focused on innovation and accountability in the district, by examining the progress...

Ward Rentz-Baker, junior

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Junior Ward Rentz-Baker works on his assignment in his AP U.S History class.

Junior Ward Rentz-Baker plays for the Midtown utlimate frisbee team in his free time. His freshman year on the team they won state and narrowly missed nationals.

“That season was amazing,” Rentz-Baker said. “Getting the oppurtunity to learn from some players who now play collegiately really helped my devolpment.”

Rentz-Baker hopes to lead the team back to former success this spring.

“If everyone is throwing and stretching outside of practice, working out on their own, we will achieve our expectations. Doing more than what we do just in practice is really crucial to our success.”

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Sam is a junior and this is his third year writing for the Southerner. When he is not writing he is playing soccer, going on runs, or hanging out with friends.

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