39th Annual Wardlaw Fun Run

The 39th Annual Fun Run continues to bring together parents and community to support the Wardlaw School in making a lasting and immeasurable impact on our students. From training for the Race to training the Reading Brain, students benefit directly from the research-based methodologies offered as part of the Wardlaw School experience.  Your support provides the additional instructional materials and technical tools our students use to enhance their academic success. 

20th Annual Montag Family Community Lecture Series

Dr. Dooley has given this phase of her very distinguished career to public service and leadership. She is tirelessly pursuing Governor Nathan Deal’s and State School Superintendent Richard Woods’ goals of universal literacy proficiency for Georgia’s children and strengthening all phases of our state’s public education system. Dr. Dooley will discuss the framework she has developed for accomplishing these outcomes in her presentation “Learning for Literacy: Creating a System for Success.”

Thursday, April 12, 2018

 7 p.m.

The Atlanta Speech School

Love Auditorium

"RHYME with Me" Launches on Read Right from the Start on Cox Campus

The team at the Atlanta Speech School's Rollins Center for Language & Literacy has recently launched RHYME with Me, the newest addition to the infant/toddler track on Read Right from the Start on the Cox Campus. 

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Summer Reading: "Amari's Big Idea"

Amari is at it again! She’s on a quest to make a difference in her community. Amari is working with her neighbors and friends to make life easier for Nia and her family as they welcome Baby Jax home into the neighborhood. Will Amari be able to pull off her big idea?
Be sure to include Amari's Big Idea on your summer reading list!

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Children's hearing aid bill passes Georgia House, Senate

The Georgia House of Representatives voted 155 to 5 Monday to pass a bill that would require private insurance companies to cover the cost of children's hearing aids.

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The Cox Campus just opened its doors even wider.

Cox Campus has removed the requirement to register so EVERYONE can to join the movement and see what the Cox Campus community is all about.

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Talk With Me Baby: Today on Cox Campus, find a brand new course in the Infant Toddler Track

Partnering with families is the key to children's healthy development.
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11Alive Covers Childhood Literacy Symposium

Watch the clip from 11Alive News.
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Atlanta Speech School Part of Buckhaven Lifestyle Back to School Issue

"Looking Back, Paying it Forward" article on what notable milestones some area schools hit last year on campus and what priority they will put on community service in the 2016-17 school year.
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Gov. Nathan Deal to Open Childhood Literacy as a Public Health & Economic Imperative Symposium on July 30

The focus of the event will be the vital role education plays in closing the opportunity gap for children and their parents.
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Comer Yates Interviewed on California Radio Show

Listen to the podcast of the NBC News Radio Affiliate KCAA San Bernardino interview of Yates on the work of the Rollins Center and early literacy.
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Neighbor Newspapers Highlight Language & Literacy Luncheon

Guild raises money for need-based financial aid.
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KNOW Atlanta Includes Speech School in Article on Atlanta's Unique Schools

"New Programs and Initiatives Set Atlanta's Unique Schools Apart"
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Patricia Kuhl, Ph.D., Speaking at April 14 Montag Lecture

Dr. Kuhl is internationally recognized for her research on early language and bilingual brain development, for pioneering brain measures on young children, and studies that show how young children learn.
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Speech Schools Partners With PNC and Atlanta Children's Museum to Bridge the 30 Million Word Gap

"Spread the Word" is a multi-year program to help families and educators bridge the vocabulary gap in Atlanta’s rapidly improving Westside community.
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Rollins Center to Train Atlanta Public Schools K-3 Teachers

APS announces grant from the Kellogg Foundation to fund Rollins Center training of 200 teachers
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Speech School Celebrates Black History Month

For Black History Month 2016, the Speech School celebrates 'The Sound of Courage'.
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The Atlantan Names Speech School Best School

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Northside Neighbor Features the Gala

Article highlights annual fundraiser for need-based financial aid.
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Rollins/JLA Book Featured in Peachtree Papers

Book written by the Rollins Center and The Junior League of Atlanta promotes early literacy and the importance of community service.
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