Students and faculty at Atlanta special-needs school, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, are grieving the loss of the school’s therapy dog, Haley, who recently died.
Cumberland Academy of Georgia’s beloved therapy dog, Haley, recently passed away, and students and faculty are grieving. The dog had been with the Atlanta-based special-needs school since its founding in 2007. No longer having Haley around will be an adjustment for the entire school. (more…)
This month, Cumberland Academy of Georgia, an Atlanta school for children with autism and other learning disabilities, is partaking in various charitable events as part of a “Circle of Giving.” These include a celebratory dinner for donors, Georgia Gives Day, the Year-end Giving Campaign, and a food drive. (more…)
Cumberland Academy of Georgia, an Atlanta special-needs school, announced today that Deedra Hughes has been named president of its board of directors. Hughes is president of Hughes Media, a full-service digital marketing agency in Atlanta, and a longtime supporter of the school. (more…)
Atlanta Autism School Cumberland Academy of Georgia Celebrates Students’ Graduation; Welcomes Graduation Speaker Donna Lowry of 11Alive News
“I was 50 years old and never thought I’d be starting a school,” said the Sandy Springs resident. “But my son was going into sixth grade, and I couldn’t find a school that was academically strong and socially challenging – the two things these students need. But I had also owned a business for 30 years and knew how to find good people.”
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