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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...

Clara Bachrach, senior

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Abby Hyken
Bachrach enjoys reading Hamlet in her AP Literature class.

Senior Clara Bachrach has been cheerleading since 5th grade. She currently cheers for the Stringray Allstars, where she competes against teams across the country.

“Cheerleading is both mentally and physically challenging,” Bachrach said. “But I couldn’t imagine my life without it.”

Aside from cheerleading, Bachrach works as a hostess in a restaurant and manages the Midtown Boys Baseball team.

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Abby Hyken is a senior and the comment section Editor in Chief. She is a fourth-year writer for the paper and is excited to write for the Southerner this year. When she's not writing, she's competing for Midtown’s Public Forum debate team and spending time with friends and family.

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