Atlanta Public Schools
Board Of Education
Love and resources to support and surround APS.
I am thankful for the incredible relationships and personal connection to our community. That community who came out in full force to secure 70% of the vote for me in the largest D4 voter turnout in three election cycles! I am grateful and ready to go.
I am a current, active and engaged APS parent. When we became an APS family almost ten years ago, we were excited to get behind and support our neighborhood public school. E. Rivers Elementary was core to our community and representative of our city. Our scope of experience broadened once we joined the Sutton Middle School Family. Now, as new North Atlanta High School parents, we are excited for the path these high school students are taking to be life-ready when they graduate.
Every year, I invested my time serving in leadership positions within each respective school environment from Kindergarten to now where I am volunteering to serve in multiple roles for our PTSA at NAHS. Being in the buildings and hallways gives me a unique position of learning not only what is important and impactful to other families but to our Administrators as well.
I also joined the Board of North Atlanta Parents for Public Schools six years ago, serving two years as C0-President. I am proud of our work to understand the uniqueness of each school in our cluster, build cross-cluster collaboration, continue our great relationships with our Principals and school leaders, build relationships with other parent leaders across our district as well as business leaders and parent leaders in District 4 but not currently part of APS.
As an attorney, a professional leader and coach, an engaged community member and volunteer, I know first hand how imperative accountability, collaboration, resources, crisp and timely information, goals, and clear communication are to the success of any entity.
I am pleased to endorse Jennifer McDonald as the District 4 representative for Atlanta Public Schools. I have served this district for the past 12 years with integrity and transparency and I am confident that Jennifer will do the same. Please join me in supporting her and most importantly voting for her on November 2nd.
Nancy Meister, Current Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education District 4 seatholder