Legislators, principals to speak at High Point Civic Association meeting

Members of the High Point Civic Association with Sandy Springs City Councilmember Tibby DeJulio, front row center, planted daffodil bulbs at Ridgeview Charter Middle School in November 2023 were joined by a teacher with some of his students. (Provided)

Members of the Georgia General Assembly, Sandy Springs City Council, and local principals will speak at the High Point Civic Association Annual Meeting on Wednesday, April 10.

The High Point Civic Association is a nonprofit organization of Sandy Springs residents who live south of I-285 and east of Roswell Road.

Members and neighbors are invited to the annual meeting, which will be held at High Point Elementary School, 520 Greenland Road, in Sandy Springs.

Attendees will gather and greet their neighbors starting at 5:45 p.m. The meeting will begin at 6 p.m.

Speakers will include Rep. Betsy Holland, D-Buckhead; Sen. Josh McLaurin, D-Sandy Springs; Sandy Springs City Councilman Tibby DeJulio; High Point Elementary School Principal Danielle Miller; Ridgeview Charter Middle School Principal Thomas Garrett; Riverwood International Charter School Principal Kindra Smith; and High Point Civic Association President Mary Ford.

Questions can be sent to the High Point Civic Association at

The association’s purpose is “to promote the common good and general welfare of the residents of the High Point neighborhood by working to promote friendship, cooperation, and understanding among all residents, to foster civic pride, to enhance, preserve and maintain property values, and to provide a forum for the full and free discussion of all matters of interest to the residents of the neighborhood,” according to its website.

Bob Pepalis covers Sandy Springs for Rough Draft Atlanta and Reporter Newspapers.

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