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Two Cobb County Schools Named Schools of Excellence by National PTA

Brumby Elementary and King Springs Elementary schools have been named 2014-2016 Schools of Excellence by the National PTA. Both schools were recognized for their achievement in building effective family-school partnerships, and were among just 170 schools nationwide to receive the two-year designation. Read more.

Posted 8/28/2014

Tyler Gwynn of Allatoona High School
Named Cobb County Teacher of the Year

The Cobb County School District has selected Tyler Gwynn, a Geography, Psychology and Current Events teacher at Allatoona High School, as the 2014-2015 district Teacher of the Year! Superintendent Chris Ragsdale surprised Mr. Gwynn with the announcement during a pep rally at Allatoona on Aug. 22, 2014, in front of more than 1,000 screaming students, cheerleaders, football players and band members. Mr. Gwynn was surrounded by family members, students, friends and colleagues cheering in celebration. Read more.

Posted 8/22/2014

Eleven Cobb Title I Schools Recognized As Reward Schools For Highest Progress

Posted: Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:17:00 +0000

Upcoming College Credit Now Summits

Posted: Mon, 15 Sep 2014 17:44:02 +0000

CCSD to receive 2014 Golden Radish Award

Posted: Fri, 12 Sep 2014 12:19:23 +0000

Campbell High School Ice Bucket Challenge

Posted: Thu, 11 Sep 2014 20:32:02 +0000

Mableton Elementary School Named a STEM Education Awards Finalist

Posted: Thu, 11 Sep 2014 13:54:54 +0000

Cobb ACT Scores Increase; Top State & Nation

The Cobb County School District’s recently graduated class of 2014 has outperformed its peers across the state and nation on the ACT assessment for college readiness. The average Composite score of 22.2 was one-tenth of a point higher than last year’s score, almost 1.5 points higher than the state average of 20.8, and topped the national Composite score of 21.0. Read more.

Posted 8/20/2014

Cobb Proposes Becoming IE2 District in 2015

By June 2015, state law requires all Georgia school districts to choose a framework for leading and operating schools. The Cobb County School District currently saves almost $44 million annually through state waivers no longer available after July 1, 2015, unless a contract is developed to become either a charter system or an Investing in Educational Excellence (IE2) system. The Cobb County Board of Education will take up the IE2 proposal at its Sept. 2014 meeting. Click here for more information.

Posted 8/13/2014

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