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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...

Henry Sandrini, senior

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Carolyn Harty
Senior Henry Sandrini poses in his 1A AP Literature class.

Senior Henry Sandrini has played lacrosse at Midtown since his freshman year. He is currently on the boys varsity team, looking forward to the upcoming season. Outside of lacrosse, Sandrini enjoys being outside and hanging with friends.

“I’ve been playing lacrosse for a few years now,” Sandrini said. “I love to hang with friends, go on hikes and be outside.”

 

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Carolyn Harty is a senior and a sports editor in chief. This is her third year writing for The Southerner. When she’s not writing, she enjoys playing soccer and hanging out with friends. She is excited to continue writing for The Southerner.

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