What RISE Parents need to know
Who can apply to RISE?
All children in Hall County may apply; however, preference is given to returning students since RISE is a program designed to build year-after-year toward scholastic and personal excellence.
How does the application process work?
The sooner you apply, the better your chances. Paper applications will be available at Fair Street School and Gainesville Housing Authority (750 Pearl Nix Parkway) by March 1st. Or, print the forms below.
Once you’ve completed them all you can drop them off at either Gainesville Housing Authority office, 750 Pearl Nix Parkway, Gainesville 30501, or mail them to GHA, PO Box 653, Gainesville, GA 30503.
RISE Application forms, English:
RISE Application forms, Spanish:
What is required of parents?
Parents must commit their child to attend the entire session (four weeks). Transportation is provided for children who live in the City of Gainesville. Other residents must drop off their children by 7:30am for free breakfast, and 8:00 am for program start. RISE ends at 4:45pm each day and carpooling parents must pick them up by 5:00pm. Additionally, parents are encouraged to attend all special events and RISE graduation.
How much does RISE cost?
RISE is free to participants. The funding for the program is provided by community partners and grants.
When is the RISE program held?
JUNE 1st – 26th, 2020
Where is RISE held?
Fair Street School
For more information, please contact Maria Calkins, 404-358-3558, firstname.lastname@example.org or Tracy Troutman, email@example.com