2016 Run with the Wolves 5K & 1-miler

5K, 1 Mile

Event Date

Sat, May 6, 2017


Atlanta, GA


About This Activity

Don't just stand there, Atlanta!

Join the Wolves for the 4th Annual Run with the Wolves 5K and 1 Mile. Race-day registration opens at 7:15 a.m. Online pre-registration information is available at: http://atlncs.org/5k

The Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School is excited to host a fun and challenging 5K and 1 Mile walk/run on Saturday, April 30, 2016! Organized by the school’s PTCA, the Run with the Wolves 5K and 1 Mile combines our desire to promote healthy lifestyle choices and fitness awareness into one fun and family-friendly event.

It does not matter where you go to school or where you live. We want you walking or running the 5K or 1 Mile and meeting others in the community.

The Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) is a K-8 APS charter school with two campuses that have been operating in the Grant Park/Ormewood Park neighborhood for the past decade. Neighborhood Charter School (NCS) opened in 2001 serving kindergarten through fifth grade students. Atlanta Charter Middle School (ACMS) opened in 2005 serving sixth through eighth grade students. Both schools stood as lefts of community education excellence in southeast Atlanta, gaining recognition from the Georgia Department of Education and the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement for outstanding student performance on state assessments. The merger of these two schools established a framework for sharing resources between the former ACMS and NCS, while jointly pursuing a common goal of continuing to providing an innovative small-school alternative choice within the Atlanta Public Schools that actively involves families from the diverse neighborhoods of southeast Atlanta.

ANCS is a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools (CES), a national network of schools focused on creating schools that are intellectually challenging, personalized, and democratic. CES schools are brought together by a shared commitment to 10 Common Principles that guide teaching, learning, and decision-making at each school. Numerous studies have shown that students in CES schools demonstrate a high level of progress academically and personally.

See more at: http://atlncs.org/school/overview/history/

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