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Cobb Schools Board Votes to Add AC to New School Buses
Cobb Schools Board Votes to Add AC to New School Buses
Posted: 11/18/2019

Cobb students who step on new school buses will feel the cool rush of AC thanks to a recent vote by the Cobb County School District Board of Education. 


Keeping Your Student’s Classroom in Top Shape
Keeping Your Student’s Classroom in Top Shape
Posted: 11/15/2019

Cobb School District’s head of maintenance discusses the challenges of taking care of our students’ learning environment.


Students in Some AP, IB Courses No Longer Required to Take State End-of-Course Tests
Students in Some AP, IB Courses No Longer Required to Take State End-of-Course Tests
Posted: 11/15/2019

In an effort to eliminate double testing and the number of tests Georgia students are required to take, the State Board of Education, Governor Kemp, and Superintendent Woods approved a policy revision that eliminates the End-of-Course-Test (EOC) for International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement students.  


Cobb Schools Teachers of the Year Pick up Keys to New Cars
Cobb Schools Teachers of the Year Pick up Keys to New Cars
Posted: 11/14/2019

Cobb’s three top teachers will roll up to school this year with a new set of wheels thanks to one of the district’s community partners. 


Cobb Schools Finance Team Showcases District Financial Training Program at National Conference
Cobb Schools Finance Team Showcases District Financial Training Program at National Conference
Posted: 11/13/2019

How does a billion-dollar organization, like Cobb Schools, provide financial training to employees? 


 Cobb Schools Students Excel on CCRPI, Outperform Georgia Peers
 Cobb Schools Students Excel on CCRPI, Outperform Georgia Peers
Posted: 11/12/2019

Students in Cobb Schools are more proficient, are progressing faster, and are demonstrating college-readiness at a higher rate than their peers across the state of Georgia.


This is Cobb: Officer Phil Bradford Personifies Service to Nation, Community
This is Cobb: Officer Phil Bradford Personifies Service to Nation, Community
Posted: 11/11/2019

Visitors who attend a Cobb County School District board meeting may not know of the decades of service Cobb Schools Police Officer Phil Bradford dedicated to his country.  


State of the District for Federal Programs

You are invited to view our Cobb County School District 

StateoftheDistrict for Federal Programs Webinar. 

 

As we strive to continually improve student achievement, we invite you to please join us as we share information about our District. 

In this webinar  (Spanish, Portuguese) we will be discussing and gathering your feedback for theDistrict Improvement Plan. 

We hope you'll watch and provide your input on this important work!

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Cobb Schools Communications Department Wins State Awards

Cobb Schools Communications Department Wins State Awards

The Georgia School Public Relations Association (GSPRA) recently announced the 2019 award winners and the Cobb Schools Communications Department took home nine awards including two for Best in Category. 


How Schools Work: Dual Enrollment

How Schools Work: Dual Enrollment

Cobb School District’s Advanced Learning Programs Supervisor, Dr. Andrew Kutscher, explains the dual enrollment program and its benefits.


Former Milford Elementary Teacher to Turn 99, Milford Students Help Her Celebrate

Former Milford Elementary Teacher to Turn 99, Milford Students Help Her Celebrate

More than six decades have passed since Myra Petty welcomed her first classroom of students in the Cobb County School District. Ms. Petty, who is just two years shy of turning 100 years old, taught Cobb students for 34 years and still visits with some of her former students.  


Communities in Schools Brings Financial Literacy Program to Cobb Students

Communities in Schools Brings Financial Literacy Program to Cobb Students

“Now I see what my mom goes through!” That was the reaction of one of the students at Garrett Middle School who attended Reality U. 


Cobb Schools Students Surpass State, Nation on ACT

Cobb Schools Students Surpass State, Nation on ACT

Like the SAT, graduation rate, and Georgia Milestones, students in Cobb Schools increased their scores on the ACT in 2019 and topped the Georgia and national averages.  


Q&A #2 with Charisse Davis, Post 6 Board Member

Q&A #2 with Charisse Davis, Post 6 Board Member

Cobb School Board Member Charisse Davis updates us on happenings in Post 6.


World-Renowned Electric Violinist Mark Wood to Perform with Cobb High School Students

World-Renowned Electric Violinist Mark Wood to Perform with Cobb High School Students

Cobb high school students will join Emmy award-winning composer, Mark Wood on stage at Harrison High School to perform in “Electrify Your Symphony!” (EYS) on Nov. 2 at 7:30 p.m. 


Let’s Read! Community Donates Books to Hollydale Elementary Students

Let’s Read! Community Donates Books to Hollydale Elementary Students

Thanks to books, students go on adventures in far off places. 


Cobb Schools Leads Metro on CCRPI, Timber Ridge Elementary School Earns Top Score for Georgia Elementary Schools

Cobb Schools Leads Metro on CCRPI, Timber Ridge Elementary School Earns Top Score for Georgia Elementary Schools

Earlier today, Cobb Schools announced that Cobb students outperformed their student peers on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI). There is more success to report. Cobb Schools’ CCRPI of 86.1 also leads the Atlanta metro.  


This is Cobb: Angee Scott Has Safely Transported More than 5,000 students

This is Cobb: Angee Scott Has Safely Transported More than 5,000 students

When Angee Scott climbed behind the wheel of a big yellow school bus for the first time, it was a bus driver’s flexible schedule and health benefits that wooed her. She soon discovered, however, what keeps some bus drivers on the job for four decades. It’s the kids. 


Helping Your Student Stress Less

Helping Your Student Stress Less

Cobb School Social Worker offers insights into dealing with stress in the lives of our students.


Sope Creek Elementary Goes Blue to Celebrate National Blue Ribbon Award

Sope Creek Elementary Goes Blue to Celebrate National Blue Ribbon Award

From popsicles and balloons to stickers and their clothes, everything was blue. It was a Friday party on the lawn of Sope Creek Elementary School to celebrate the school being named a National Blue Ribbon School.  


Recent News Stories

Cobb Schools Recognizes 11 Teachers for Commitment to STEM Education Join Cobb in Celebrating: Georgia School Bus Driver, Bus Monitor Appreciation Day Cindy Wadsworth Cements Her Place in Cobb History AND the Hearts of Her Students The Gift of Sight: Georgia Doctors of Optometry Provide Free Eye Exams, Frames for Cobb Students
Cobb Schools Announces 2020 Commencement Schedule Campbell High School Students Help Complete 450+ Hours of Community Service Donations Needed: Cobb Schools Continues Support for the Center for Children and Young Adults Q&A #2 with Board Member Dr. Jaha Howard of Post 2
Cobb Schools SAT Scores Lead Metro, Georgia, Nation This is Cobb: Lt. Michael Wilson Mentors Students, Keeps Community Safe 30+ Years Cobb Schools Celebrates Public Safety Appreciation Week Cobb Schools Graduation Rate Increases AGAIN, Bests State
Cobb Schools Team Up Against Drugs with Oakland Raiders Darren Waller Cobb Musicians March into Annual Band Exhibition Two Cobb Schools Earn National Blue Ribbon School Recognition This is Cobb: Sprayberry Custodian’s Career Spans 40-Years
Cobb Custodians—The Best of the Best Rewind: What You Need to Know to be Ready for Conference Week 76 Cobb High School Seniors Named Semifinalists for National Merit Scholarships Cobb County Students SAT Scores Rise Again, Top State and National by 66+ points

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