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Michelle Olympiadis is a member of the Atlanta Public Schools school board in Georgia, representing District 3. Olympiadis assumed office on January 1, 2018. Olympiadis’ current term ends in 2021.
Olympiadis is running for re-election to the Atlanta Public Schools school board to represent District 3 in Georgia. Olympiadis is on the ballot in the general election on November 2, 2021.
Olympiadis has held the positions of VP of Communication for the Georgia Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and President of the Morningside Elementary School PTA. She has been associated with the Georgia Department of Education State Advisory Panel and Student Success Stakeholder Committee and the Atlanta Public Schools Grady High School Cluster Advisory, Inman Middle School GO Team, the Special Education Advisory Committee, and has been on two Principal Selection Committees for the Atlanta Public Schools.
See also: Atlanta Public Schools, Georgia, elections (2021)
The general election will occur on November 2, 2021.
- See also: Atlanta Public Schools elections (2017)
All nine seats on the Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education in Georgia were up for general election on November 7, 2017. Six seats were elected by districtand three seats were elected at large . Six incumbents filed for re-election. A runoff election was held on December 5, 2017, after no candidate in Districts 2, 3, 5, and 7 won a majority of votes in the general election.
District 2 incumbent Byron Amos won against newcomer Keisha Carey in the runoff election after they defeated challenger Tony Burks in the general election. As of December 5, 2017, the runoff election was too close to call. The openMichelle Olympiadis, Antoine Raynard Trammell, and Rashida Winfrey. Olympiadis-Constant defeated Agyapon in the runoff election. Newcomer Erika Yvette Mitchell defeated Raynard Johnson in the runoff election after defeating candidates D’Jaris James, Jatisha Marsh, Bobby Montgomery, and Jackye Rhodes for the District 5 seat. In District 7, newcomer Kandis Wood Jackson won against Patricia Crayton after they defeated candidates Nathaniel Borrell Dyer, John Wright, and Micah Rowland in the general election.District 3 seat drew five newcomers, Adzua Agyapon, Lewis Cartee,
In the general election, incumbent Leslie Grant defeated challenger Ade Oguntoye to retain her District 1 seat. Incumbent Nancy Meister was the only candidate to file for the District 4 seat and won unopposed. In District 6, incumbent Eshé Collins defeated newcomers Valrie Walker Sanders, Patreece Hutcherson, and Donta McMichael to retain her seat. District 8 incumbent Cynthia Briscoe Brown won against challengers Ben Stone and Charlie Stadtlander. Incumbent Jason Esteves was the only candidate to file for the District 9 seat and won unopposed.
|Atlanta Public Schools,
District 3 Runoff Election, 4-year term, 2017
|Source: City of Atlanta, GA, “Fulton County/DeKalb County ‐ Official and Complete Combined Results,” accessed December 12, 2017|
|Atlanta Public Schools,
District 3 General Election, 4-year term, 2017
|Antoine Raynard Trammell||5.33%||823|
|Source: Fulton County, Georgia, “Official Summary Report: Official and Complete,” accessed November 17, 2017 and DeKalb County, Georgia, “Election Summary Report: Official and Complete,” accessed November 17, 2017|
Olympiadis-Constant reported $16,550.99 in contributions and $12,893.63 in expenditures to the City of Atlanta Office of Municipal Clerk as of December 31, 2017.
Olympiadis-Constant was endorsed by the Atlanta Federation of Teachers.
Ballotpedia survey responses
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- Michelle for BOE, “Experience,” accessed October 25, 2017
- Atlanta, Georgia, “City of Atlanta 2017 General Municipal Election: Candidates Who Have Completed Qualifying Process,” accessed August 28, 2017
- Fulton County, Georgia, “Official Summary Report: Official and Complete,” accessed November 17, 2017
- DeKalb County, Georgia, “Election Summary Report: Official and Complete,” accessed November 17, 2017
- Fulton County, GA, “December 5, 2017 General Municipal and Special Runoff – Unofficial results,” accessed December 5, 2017
- DeKalb County, “Election Summary Report: Unofficial and Incomplete,” accessed December 5, 2017
- City of Atlanta, GA – Easy File, “2017 Disclosure Reports,” accessed January 24, 2017
- Twitter, “Ade Oguntoye 4 APS,” accessed October 31, 2017