A group of enthusiastic elementary school teachers took to the streets on Friday.
Teachers from Northside Elementary School went door-to-door to some of their student's homes.
They passed out flyers and met with parents to invite them to the school for open house.
They even gave out $20 gift cards to 15 parents.
Principal Katina Allen said one of her goals is to create stronger relationships with stakeholders in the school community.
"We just want to put ourselves out in the community, let the parents know that we are here for them and we want their support," said Allen. "We just want to reinforce that partnership."
Open House for all Dougherty County Schools is on Monday:
Albany Middle School is staggering its Open House.
Open house for sixth grade parents and students is at 4 p.m., seventh grade is at 5 p.m. and eighth grade is at 6 p.m.
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