Atlanta-based Cumberland Academy of Georgia has established a partnership between itself and two Chick-fil-A stores in the Perimeter Mall area. This partnership will allow students to learn culinary skills from the director of training, Jeff Chong.
Students from Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, continue to learn this summer break by taking a trip to the University of Georgia’s Marine Education Center and Aquarium on Skidaway Island, working at Homewood Suites and Chick-fil-A, as well as volunteering at a local YMCA.
Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, sponsored overnight trips for all students, teachers and counselors on May 2 to 4. The entire student body participated, with 4th and 5th graders traveling to a local camp in Covington, Georgia; middle schoolers going to Chattanooga; and high schoolers visiting Nashville.
When Cumberland Academy of Georgia administrators discovered the catalytic converters had been stolen on two of their transport vans, Atlanta-based auto dealership Steve Rayman Chevrolet quickly stepped in and donated several thousand dollars worth of parts and labor to make the repairs. During the same 48-hour period, Cumberland welcomed in two new teachers, one counselor and 10 students who were suddenly without a school.
Starting in early April, Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, will open a new “living laboratory”, this new classroom will provide a facility where students can learn independent living skills. (more…)
Atlanta special needs school Cumberland Academy of Georgia hosts a spring fundraising gala every year to raise funds for the school. This year’s gala will take place on March 17, 2018, and have a Saint Patrick’s Day-theme.