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Two Cobb Students Honored as Distinguished Finalists for Georgia Top Youth Volunteers of 2020 Award
Two Cobb Students Honored as Distinguished Finalists for Georgia Top Youth Volunteers of 2020 Award
Posted: 2/26/2020

Kennesaw Mountain High School’s Destiny Kluck dedicated hundreds of volunteer hours to help children in foster care. Dipen Mehta of Walton High School made it a mission to provide STEM-related workshops and tutoring to senior centers, rehabilitation communities, and underserved schools. 


Keeping an Eye Out for Old Man Winter
Keeping an Eye Out for Old Man Winter
Posted: 2/25/2020

Cobb Schools' Chief Technology and Operations Officer discusses the challenges and considerations around inclement winter weather decisions.


Pope High School to Present Broadway’s ‘Footloose’
Pope High School to Present Broadway’s ‘Footloose’
Posted: 2/25/2020

“Footloose” is the heartfelt story of a father longing for the son he lost and a young man aching for the father who walked out on him.


Repeat Win! Argyle Elementary Wins Georgia Tech Buzzer Reader Competition…Again
Repeat Win! Argyle Elementary Wins Georgia Tech Buzzer Reader Competition…Again
Posted: 2/24/2020

Students at Argyle Elementary School recently read 495,499 pages to claim the title of the Elementary School winner of the Georgia Tech Buzzer Reader Competition.


Be an Upstander, Not a Bystander: Quiet Acts of Courage Work to Discourage Bullying
Be an Upstander, Not a Bystander: Quiet Acts of Courage Work to Discourage Bullying
Posted: 2/18/2020

You’re getting bits and pieces of something happening at school, perhaps not in your child’s classroom, but in the cafeteria, maybe, or outside at recess.


Cobb’s Philosophy on Discipline: The Facts
Cobb’s Philosophy on Discipline: The Facts
Posted: 2/17/2020

Every teacher, administrator, and support staff member knows their role in making our schools as safe and productive as they can be, and each one of them takes that responsibility to heart.


Stakeholders Meeting for Federal Programs

You are invited to our Stakeholders Meeting for Federal Programs 
Tuesday, March 17, 2020  
6:30 pm  

Meeting Location

Pebblebrook High School – 991 Old Alabama Road SW, Mableton, GA 30126 

Or, online via Skype – http://bit.ly/CobbFederalProgramsWebinar

 As we strive to continually improve student achievement, we invite you to join us for our annual opportunity to share information about our schools and the District.  We will be discussing and gathering your feedback for the District Improvement Plan; including the Title I Family & Community Engagement Policy.  We hope you’ll join us and provide your input on this important work.   

Any questions, please contact the Cobb County School District at  770-426-3323. Thank you for your attendance!

Download Skype for Business and login with your email

(Spanish and Portuguese translators available at the live session located at Pebblebrook High School)

Spanish     |    Portuguese

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Students Write to Brighten Veteran’s Valentine’s Day, Fifth Graders Take Action to Honor California Man’s Wish

Students Write to Brighten Veteran’s Valentine’s Day, Fifth Graders Take Action to Honor California Man’s Wish

When Maddie Dombrow watched the video appeal of 104-year-old WWII veteran, Major Bill White, she immediately knew she must act and respond to his request.  


Cobb Schools Board Approves Architect for Eastvalley Elementary Replacement School

Cobb Schools Board Approves Architect for Eastvalley Elementary Replacement School

Thanks to Thursday’s vote by the members of the Cobb County School District Board of Education, the Eastvalley School community is one step closer to seeing the visual renderings for the new Eastvalley replacement facility.


A Gift to Parents: Opening the Door to a World of Possibilities

A Gift to Parents: Opening the Door to a World of Possibilities

The Cobb Schools annual Community Connections Resource Fair for students with disabilities, which is organized by the District’s Special Education Parent Mentors, was a resounding success.


Inspired by the Heart: Special Art from Special Students

Inspired by the Heart: Special Art from Special Students

You won’t want to miss the 8th Annual “Inspired By the HeArt” art show, a collaboration of Cobb Schools special education art students, their fabulous teachers, and the Cobb County Parks and Recreation department.


Recent News Stories

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Cobb Student Philanthropy – “Be The Good” Laura LaQuaglia Named 2020 Southeastern Region Supervision & Administration Art Educator Beta Testers and Computer Coding: Unlocking Creative Potential Riverside Intermediate Community Reaches Beyond Classroom to Support Students
How a School Psychologist Can Benefit Your Student The Gift of Reading: Mountain View Elementary Students Collect Books for Fellow Cobb Students LGE Credit Union to Sponsor $5,000 Scholarship for Cobb Student Davis Elementary, Rocky Mount Elementary Students Participate in Cobb EMC Career Day
Superintendent Ragsdale Announces Opening of Two New Pre-K Centers Foster a Culture of Caring: 2019 Goes Out with a Helping Hand A Top Priority: To Accurately Communicate with Our Community Barber Middle School Students Compete in Black History Bowl, Advance to Next Round
Sope Creek Elementary Aims to Change World Through STEM Georgia Department of Education Names 4 More Cobb Schools 2019-20 Reward Schools, That’s 11 in All! Cobb Together: Palmer Middle School, Community Mentors Build Champions Here’s How McCall Primary Helps Students Shine

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