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The Atlanta Leaders for 100% Literacy (ALL) movement, which brings together 139 community members from a range of professions, aims to hire a new superintendent who can intervene with students and improve district literacy rates.
“Atlanta Leaders for 100% Literacy” demands district focus
Shalin BhatiaFebruary 12, 2024

The Atlanta Leaders for 100% Literacy (ALL) movement is urging Atlanta school board members to underscore the urgency of hiring a superintendent...

Tristan Thompson, junior

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Mariam Darb
Thompson smiles outside her AP Calculus AB class.

Junior Tristan Thompson is passionate about pursuing and continuing her career with Engineering Drafting and Design. She is apart of Midtown’s Technology Student Association (TSA) and loves the skills she has learned from it. 

“I love my drafting and design class because it lets me be creative while learning new skills,” Thompson said. “Learning to visualize and create drawings of objects is not only fun but it made me interested in pursuing something in the future that uses these skills.”

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Mariam Darb, News Section Editor
Mariam Darb is a sophomore and this is her first year on The Southerner. Outside of school, she is involved in Fashion Club and MSA. She is excited to be on staff and start writing.

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