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Holy Innocents' cuts ribbon on new Math, Science & Commons Building

Holy Innocents' cuts ribbon on new Math, Science & Commons Building

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School’s state-of-the-art Math, Science and Commons Building was formally opened on Aug. 21.

Friday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony was more than the dedication of a new high-tech STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) building, however, said Board of Trustees Chair Bruce Ford. “I see much more than brick, stone and mortar. The development of this new building is a beginning that serves to ask, ‘What’s next, what now, and what else?’”

The Rev. Michael Sullivan, rector of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church, said the new building was also the newest symbol of Holy Innocents’ “deep and abiding responsibility to care for children.”

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Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs announces photo contest award ceremony

Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs announces photo contest award ceremony

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs will announce the winners of its first Stream Photo Contest and present their prizes on Sunday, Aug. 30, at the Morgan Falls Overlook Park Pavilion starting at 4 p.m.

Winning entries will be featured in a publication of WASS photo calendars and note cards, available for purchase at the awards ceremony, the 2015 Sandy Springs Festival, and throughout the year. It is the hope of WASS that the calendar will help raise awareness of this valuable but fragile resource residents have in their backyards. 

Border development plan has two metro cities on the fence


SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- A $55 million development in Sandy Springs was put on hold for 30 days, Thursday night, after residents in another town complained about the traffic gridlock it could bring to their way.

The apartments and office buildings are proposed right on the border of Sandy Springs and Brookhaven at Old Johnson Ferry Road.

Sandy Springs voted to take thirty days to look a little closer, not only at how this plan will affect their city, but how it will affect people in Brookhaven.

The proposed 305 unit mixed-use development is designed to be built in the already crowded Pill Hill area near Northside Hospital.

That idea brought two words to Brookhaven resident Constance Jones.

"Insanity traffic," she said.

Maureen Engle exhibit opens at Ventulett Gallery

Maureen Engle exhibit opens at Ventulett Gallery

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Artist Maureen Engle brings her artistry to the Ventulett Gallery inside Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church with an opening reception on Thursday, Aug. 20, at 6 p.m. The show, which Engle calls an experiment with “color and energy in nature,” runs through Sept. 24.

The public is invited to attend.

A Massachusetts native, Engle graduated from the University of Virginia and then spent a year living in Provence, France, where she studied art and began to experiment with a fresh approach to painting. She is well known today for her contemporary and abstract work, as well as her passion for color and its ability to convey energy and emotion.

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Holy Innocents' begins school year With STEM building, new tradition

Holy Innocents' begins school year With STEM building, new tradition

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Seniors and kindergartners at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School began their journey through the 2015-2016 school year together Tuesday morning, Aug. 18, with an inaugural Senior/Kindergarten Tie Ceremony in the courtyard of the new Math, Science & Commons Building.

Head of School Paul Barton spoke briefly at the beginning of the ceremony, reminding students that classes across campus are enriched by each other. He thanked kindergartners, for example, for inspiring HIES with “their sense of wonder and curiosity,” and seniors for “the generous way you share your talents with all of us,” and for their leadership in the year to come.

“Today is a right of passage, the beginning of a journey,” he said.

South Fulton County Economic Development to host career expo

South Fulton County Economic Development to host career expo

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. -- Job seekers, get ready! The Unincorporated South Fulton County Economic Development Initiative will host a Career and Resource Expo on Aug. 26 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Holy Innocents' partners with Center for Civil and Human Rights

Holy Innocents' partners with Center for Civil and Human Rights

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. -- Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School (HIES) has been named an Affiliate Partner with Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Inc., in downtown Atlanta—an engaging cultural attraction connecting the American Civil Rights Movement to today’s Global Human Rights Movements. The partnership is particularly appropriate for a school whose mission is, in part, to develop in students a respect for self and others.

“As an Episcopal school, we are called and compelled to stand for inclusivity of culture, diversity of thought, and the worth and dignity of every human being,” said Head of School Paul Barton.