This Week's NTI Schedule: Last Days of the 2019 - 2020 School Year
Congratulations, Scholars! NTI is almost complete - please make sure to get all your work in to your teachers. They are updating grades and finishing up this week.
IMPORTANT BUS Information for 2020-2021 School Year
The 2020-2021 school year brings a big change to transportation for Carter G. Woodson Academy. ALL families that need bus transportation for the 2020 - 2021 school year MUST submit a request on the FCPS Transportation website. www.fcps.net/bus
Once on this site, scroll down to: How do I find my child's bus? Then click on the link that reads: Special Programs Bus Stop Request Form. Fill out the online form (3 steps).
You must request a bus stop before June 26.
All transportation requests will be handled through the Transportation Dept. If you move, you must go to this website to request a new stop. The CGWA office staff will no longer be able to request transportation changes for our families.
Senior Sign Day Video
Congratulations to our CGWA Class of 2020! Thanks to our CGWA Royal Staff who made this day special for our seniors.
(Special thanks to Mr. Guthrie for this video compilation.)
New Scholar & Parent Orientation Cancellation
The CGWA Orientation for new scholars and their families originally scheduled for May 5, 2020 has been cancelled. We will contact families with a new date and time as soon as one is set. Thank you.
New NTI Tab
We have a new NTI tab at the top of our website! Please reference it for our NTI Plan for Scholars and Parents. It has important information for our NTI Days starting April 6th, 2020.
Gov. Beshear praises innovation at Carter G. Woodson
When Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear toured Carter G. Woodson Academy, he commended the all-male school’s creative and innovative approach. “I’m impressed with all the work you’re doing and even more impressed with your students,” he told Rosz Akins, the school’s founder and now dean of students at Woodson. “Watching this grow and what it’s become shows what can happen when you take a good program, a good idea and bring it to life,” Beshear said. “In these classrooms, we have Kentucky’s leaders of the future. Carter G. Woodson shows us that innovation can and should happen in public schools. As a Fayette County graduate, I’m excited to see where we’re going. I hope we can see more schools like this all across Kentucky.”