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New Principal Profile Q&A: Dr. Benji Morrell, Pickett’s Mill Elementary School
New Principal Profile Q&A: Dr. Benji Morrell, Pickett’s Mill Elementary School
Posted: 6/12/2019

It’s a blessing to become a member of the Pickett’s Mill family. They have created a culture of excellence at the school over the last 11 years, and I look forward to working with the teachers, students, parents, and community business partners as we continue to build on such a great foundation.


Campbell High School Teacher Knighted by Consul General of France
Campbell High School Teacher Knighted by Consul General of France
Posted: 6/11/2019

Only 20 Americans have been knighted with the French Academic Palms award and Campbell High School’s Dr. Svetoslava Dimova is one of them. 


Dodgen Middle School Students Experiment with STEAM Day, Pack 3,000 Lunches for MUST Ministries
Dodgen Middle School Students Experiment with STEAM Day, Pack 3,000 Lunches for MUST Ministries
Posted: 6/11/2019

During the last few days of the school year, Dodgen Middle School students continued to focus on their studies. 


New Principal Profile Q&A: Nathan Stark, Kennesaw Mountain High School
New Principal Profile Q&A: Nathan Stark, Kennesaw Mountain High School
Posted: 6/9/2019

I’m really excited to step into the role as principal. It is a great school that has a lot going on. It has great community support and the kids do amazing things at the school.


3 Cobb High Schools Win Battle for Georgia Athletic Director’s Cup
3 Cobb High Schools Win Battle for Georgia Athletic Director’s Cup
Posted: 6/8/2019

Every year, the Georgia Athletic Director’s Association recognizes the top athletic departments in the state that have excelled and shown superior performance. Cobb County School District high schools often take home a Director’s cup. This year was no different.  


Hillgrove High Band, Orchestra to Perform in 75th Anniversary of D-Day, WWII Veteran Joins Students on Historic Trip
Hillgrove High Band, Orchestra to Perform in 75th Anniversary of D-Day, WWII Veteran Joins Students on Historic Trip
Posted: 6/6/2019

Today, more than 100 Hillgrove High School students will do something that no other student in Georgia and very few in the nation will have the opportunity to do.


Cobb Students Stand Out at National Invention Convention
Cobb Students Stand Out at National Invention Convention
Posted: 6/4/2019

The Henry Ford and Litton Entertainment recently announced the winners for The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation Teacher Innovator Awards, which includes a Cobb County School District teacher. 


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New Principal Profile Q&A: Cissi Kale, Due West Elementary School

New Principal Profile Q&A: Cissi Kale, Due West Elementary School

Student success is when kids are excited about learning and excited about their growth and getting better. Everyone can get better every day. We all have something we can do every day to grow and reach to a higher notch. I love seeing kids get excited about growing 100 points on a test or growing because they were able to run faster.


Rocky Mount Elementary Collects Backpacks, Water Bottles for Homeless

Rocky Mount Elementary Collects Backpacks, Water Bottles for Homeless

As students across the Cobb County School District prepared to toss their bookbags aside for the summer, students at Rocky Mount Elementary School had different plans for their backpacks.  


New Principal Profile Q&A: Dr. Patricia Alford, Dodgen Middle School

New Principal Profile Q&A: Dr. Patricia Alford, Dodgen Middle School

“When students are being successful they are involved in the school community and enjoy coming to school. Most importantly they are confident so that they can be resilient when they encounter challenges.”


Brumby Elementary School Launches First Dual Interactive Playground

Brumby Elementary School Launches First Dual Interactive Playground

Imagine a PE class that is an extension of what students are learning in their classrooms.  


New Principal Profile Q&A: Alvin Thomas, Tapp Middle School

New Principal Profile Q&A: Alvin Thomas, Tapp Middle School

Student success is when students are happy about school and themselves. Student success is when students are ready for the next phase of being a student and ultimately adulthood.


Walton High School Student Launches Chemistry Program for Powers Ferry Elementary Students

Walton High School Student Launches Chemistry Program for Powers Ferry Elementary Students

Walton High School sophomore Megan Chang grabbed the students’ attention and dazzled their taste buds when she helped the Powers Ferry Elementary School students make ice cream


Cooper Middle School Students Team Up with Community Volunteers to Build School Garden

Cooper Middle School Students Team Up with Community Volunteers to Build School Garden

Before students at Cooper Middle School left for the summer, they had an extra reason to be excited about returning to Cooper in August, and it was all thanks to their own handiwork, well, their work and the work of Cooper staff and community volunteers from the Home Depot. 


LGE Community Credit Unit Continues Support of Cobb Schools, Awards $5,000 Scholarship to Pope High School Student

LGE Community Credit Unit Continues Support of Cobb Schools, Awards $5,000 Scholarship to Pope High School Student

The LGE Community Credit Union not only supports teachers and staff in the Cobb County School District, but they also contribute to the success of Cobb students with programs, like annual scholarships.   


14 Cobb Students Earn $2500 National Merit Scholarships; 6 Cobb Students Win Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholarships

14 Cobb Students Earn $2500 National Merit Scholarships; 6 Cobb Students Win Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholarships

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) recently announced this year’s National Merit $2500 Scholarship winners.


Cobb Schools Nurse Sharon O’Grady Named One of Top 10 Nurses in Georgia

Cobb Schools Nurse Sharon O’Grady Named One of Top 10 Nurses in Georgia

Out of the more than 900 nurses who were nominated for making a difference, Cobb Schools nurse Sharon O’Grady was selected as one of Georgia’s top 10 nurses who earned an AJC Jobs Nursing Excellence Award.


Cobb County Police Introduce Bus Stop with a Cop

Cobb County Police Introduce Bus Stop with a Cop

As Hollydale Elementary School students walked to meet the school bus on a recent Tuesday, it was like any other day except there were two extra friendly faces waiting to greet them. 


Campbell, Pope High Schools Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapters Receive $5000 State Farm Matching Grants

Campbell, Pope High Schools Habitat for Humanity Campus Chapters Receive $5000 State Farm Matching Grants

Each year Campbell High School and Pope High School students work together in the spring to build a Habitat for Humanity house over nine weeks. 


Cobb Schools Graduates Return to Elementary Schools to Say Thank You

Cobb Schools Graduates Return to Elementary Schools to Say Thank You

Prior to walking across the stage and turning their tassels at their graduations, seniors across the Cobb County School District returned to where it all started—their elementary schools. 


King Springs Foundation Awards $2,000 Scholarship to Campbell High School Student

King Springs Foundation Awards $2,000 Scholarship to Campbell High School Student

The King Springs Foundation recently awarded its second annual Linda B. Keeney Scholarship for King Springs Alumni to Campbell High School senior, Spencer Ford.


Cobb County Celebrates School Counselors

Cobb County Celebrates School Counselors

The Cobb County School District, along with Marietta City Schools and the Cobb School Counseling Association recently joined together to recognize the dedicated school counselors who play a significant role in student success. 


Recent News Stories

THIS is South Cobb: A Great Place to Learn, Work and Grow Cobb Schools 8,000+ Graduates Earn About $118 Million in Scholarships Walton High School Student Named Presidential Scholar State Superintendent Woods Names 19 Cobb Students 2019 Georgia Scholars
An Evening of Excellence: Cobb Schools Honors CTAE Students Preparing for Graduation Walton High School Wins 1st Place in State Inventure Prize Competition Atlanta Braves Help Green Acres Elementary Celebrate Success of School’s Recycling Program
Cheatham Hill Elementary School Team Captures First in Georgia Stock Market Game Cobb Schools to Host Graduation Ceremonies for 8,000+ Students Brumby Elementary Students Shop for Mother’s Day Gifts Thank You for Your Service: Cobb Schools Honors 236 Retirees
School Heroes: Cobb Nurses Save Lives One Day at a Time  How to Help Your Student Transition from Elementary to Middle School Girl Power! Cobb Students Help Set World Record in Coding Chalker Elementary Odyssey of the Mind Team Advances to World Finals
Superintendent Ragsdale Proposes Historic 8 – 12.6% Raise for Staff Cobb County School District Superintendent Honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award  Gov. Kemp Visits Wheeler High School to Sign Student-Focused Education Bills Kennesaw Elementary’s Beth Finnegan Named Cobb County Library Media Specialist of the Year

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