Forrest Hill Academy
Dress Code Procedures
In the interest of improved school performance, school safety, a reduction in student disruptions, and improved student self-esteem, Forrest Hill Academy has enacted a school-wide student uniform dress code policy.
The following clothing will be considered appropriate:
1. Solid black or khaki pants (Shorts, dresses, and skirts must be knee length
2. Only solid white, forest green, or gold collard shirts are allowed. (Printed words and designs are not allowed on shirts).
Uniforms must also abide by the following guidelines:
1. Shirts may not reveal any body parts or undergarments. Therefore, no sheer, sleeveless, or midriff shirts are allowed.
2. Leggings, jeggings, and jogging pants are not allowed.
3. Uniforms must be worn at the natural waist and when clothing is large or baggy, belts are required.
4. All shoes must be closed toe and closed heel. Red and blue shoes are not acceptable.
5. Coats, hoodies and jackets may not be worn inside of the building. Therefore, students may wear long sleeved white or black undershirts.
6. No head scarves, bonnets, or bandanas are permissible.
7. Socks may not contain any illegal or offensive images or words.
Parent Portal- Infinte Campus
Have you ever wondered how your student(s) was/were progressing in their classed. You can by using the Infinite Campus Parent Portal.
Parents of students in grades K–12 have access to class schedules, attendance records and grades through the Parent Portal which is an easy-to-use, secure communications tool. Additionally, the Parent Portal enables parents to verify household information, including their email address, home address and telephone numbers.
New Parent Users can request a Parent Portal Activation Key using the online Parent Portal Key Request or the parent can visit the school and present a valid photo ID. The Parent Portal Activation Key cannot be provided over the phone.
For more info on Parent Portal, please click the link below.
FHA Launches New GED Program
In an effort to provide students with "a better alternative," FHA has launched a brand new GED program. Students who withdraw from the traditional program are now registered in the GED program in collaboration with the APS Adult Education Program. Students receive instruction and are also offered the opportunity to participate in a school to work program.
For more information on the FHA GED program, please contact Mr. Alfred Garner, Graduation Coach, at (404) 802-6966.
ATLANTA – Atlanta Public Schools (APS) unveils
a game management plan for district sporting events at both Grady and Lakewood
stadiums to ensure a better game day experience for students, families and the
The “United We Play” campaign focuses on enhanced standards of behavior in and around APS sporting venues. This includes crowd management, ticketing, traffic and parking, and emergency planning. For the remainder of the season, the district wants all APS football fans to “huddle up and have a ball,” and wear their favorite APS school team gear, all while enjoying games in a safe and secure atmosphere.
“I want all of our communities and school clusters to have the confidence that we are very serious about our security measures so everyone can enjoy themselves,” said APS Superintendent Meria J. Carstarphen. “The time has come for us to exercise more leadership across the district, and we will be asking everyone in the city to step forward with us.”
In advance of games this weekend, the district has updated safety and security planning with the Atlanta Police Department to improve the fan experience at both stadiums. These include:
Creating a more visible police presence both inside and outside Grady and Lakewood stadiums, including assigning more marked vehicles outside the stadiums
Managing ticketing procedures to ensure quicker service and shorter lines
Assigning perimeter security officers around the stadiums to focus on pedestrians walking to and from the games through neighborhoods
Improving security mobility with use of additional vehicles for quicker responses
For the long-term, the district is allowing more staffing flexibility on game nights and providing training for stadium employees in the form of drills and exercises. APS will also reach out to partners who have expertise in safety and security planning to review existing plans and communications for all major sporting events. “We need a district-wide conversation about how we establish norms in and around our extra-curricular activities, including a fan-civility policy and expanding our Social-Emotional Learning programming beyond the classroom and into our play spaces,” said Carstarphen.
To see a list of upcoming APS football games, visit www.atlantapublicschools.us/athletics.