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School Choice Transfers Open Feb. 5, 2018
School Choice Transfers Open Feb. 5, 2018
Posted: 2/21/2018

The Cobb County School District is offering School Choice (HB 251) transfers for the 2018-2019 school year. Individual school capacity information and applications will be available beginning February 5, 2018 on the District website. For more information, please see our 2018-19 School Choice webpage. The deadline for applying is Wednesday, February 28, 2018.


Rick Grisham Maintains Transportation Department’s National Legacy, Wins 2017 National Transportation Leadership Award
Rick Grisham Maintains Transportation Department’s National Legacy, Wins 2017 National Transportation Leadership Award
Posted: 2/21/2018

Before the sun rises, you may find Rick Grisham at the entrance to the Carroll Pitts Jr. Transportation Center welcoming bus drivers. You may see him in the afternoons driving behind a bus as students…


Transportation Department’s Jeremiah Bradberry Crowned America’s Best Technician
Transportation Department’s Jeremiah Bradberry Crowned America’s Best Technician
Posted: 2/21/2018

As soon as he was old enough to hold a wrench, Jeremiah Bradberry started working on car engines. The now veteran mechanic graduated from working on cars and motorcycles to caring for the engines responsible…


Griffin Middle School Students, Teachers Share Science of Baseball at Atlanta Braves Chop Fest
Griffin Middle School Students, Teachers Share Science of Baseball at Atlanta Braves Chop Fest
Posted: 2/20/2018

Amid the autograph sessions, appearances by Atlanta Braves baseball players, and performances by the Atlanta Braves Heavy Hitters, Griffin Middle School students and teachers added to the Chop Fest 2018 celebration by sharing the Science…


Cobb Middle School Students Go for Gold in Olympic-Style Reading Challenge
Cobb Middle School Students Go for Gold in Olympic-Style Reading Challenge
Posted: 2/20/2018

Inspired by the 2018 Winter Olympics, Cobb middle school students are competing in an Olympic Reading Challenge in February. Students and staff log books that they read to determine the winners across five Olympic events:…


Jacqueline Fross Named CCSD Social Worker of the Year

Jacqueline Fross Named CCSD Social Worker of the Year

The Cobb County School District (CCSD) Social Worker of the Year, Jacqueline Fross, has served as a school social worker for more than 20 years. She is a member of the CCSD Crisis Response Team,…


Tapp Middle School Student to Compete in NBC’s Genius Junior Show

Tapp Middle School Student to Compete in NBC’s Genius Junior Show

It started with a flyer sent home from Varner Elementary School about a national TV show celebrating the smartest kids in America. The flyer caught the attention of the parents of then Varner fifth grader,…


Varner Elementary School Families Celebrate STEM

Varner Elementary School Families Celebrate STEM

What has drones, a 10-foot catapult, a labyrinth, robots, and microscopes? Answer: The Varner Elementary School Family STEM Night. School staff members and parent volunteers teamed up to get more than 400 students and parents…


GADOE Review of High School Science Standards

GADOE Review of High School Science Standards

The Georgia Department of Education welcomes feedback from teachers, administrators, and parents regarding the review of the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) for 12 high school science courses: Astronomy, Botany, Ecology, Entomology, Epidemiology, Forensic Science, Geology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Meteorology, Microbiology, Oceanography, and Zoology. This survey feedback will be used to inform the development of Science Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE). The survey will close at 5:00 PM EDT on March 2, 2018.


Hillgrove High School Students Publish Book, Share it with Mableton Elementary School Students

Hillgrove High School Students Publish Book, Share it with Mableton Elementary School Students

Very few high school students publish a book before they graduate and even fewer publish a book in another language, but that’s exactly what a group of Hillgrove High School students did. The Hillgrove Honors…


Durham Middle School Crowns Michele Downey Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week

Durham Middle School Crowns Michele Downey Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week

When Michele Downey was in middle school, one of her teachers predicted that she was going to be a teacher because of Downey’s desire to help her fellow students. Her teacher was correct. Today, Downey…


Cobb County School District Employees Earn $11,900 for School Programs Through Employment Program at SunTrust Park

Cobb County School District Employees Earn $11,900 for School Programs Through Employment Program at SunTrust Park

The official food and beverage partner of the Atlanta Braves, Delaware North Sportservice, announced a major donation to Cobb County School District schools through an employment incentive program offered to district employees. The program gave…


Tritt Elementary School Recognized with STEM Education Award

Tritt Elementary School Recognized with STEM Education Award

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) and the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG-Ed) announced that Tritt Elementary School is the elementary school-level winner of a STEM Education Award. The award recognizes and celebrates schools, programs, and…


CCSD Student IDs Now Double as County Library Passes

CCSD Student IDs Now Double as County Library Passes

Students in the Cobb County School District (CCSD) don’t need an extra card to access the digital and print resources inside the Cobb County Public Libraries. A new initiative, Library PASS – Public Library Access for Student…


Recent News Stories

Board Recognitions – January 25, 2018 Clay Elementary Celebrates Student Achievement with 70’s Themed Dance Griffin Middle School Students Design Tiny Houses Cobb Schools Earns Highest Long Term, Short Term Credit Ratings
Floyd Middle School Students Examine Career Field Opportunities Smyrna Elementary Students Fly Back in History, Debut Amelia Earhart Museum Governor Recognizes 11 Cobb Schools on 2017 Shape Honor Roll Keheley Elementary Uses National Grant to Host Family Math Night
Acworth ES Celebrates Angela McDill as Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week Cobb Schools Foundation Surprises Teachers with a Record-Breaking $40,000 in IMPACT Grants Acworth Elementary School Cuts Ribbon on 26th School Food Pantry Harrison HS Surprises Andrea Walter with Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week Award
CCSD Executive Director of Transportation Rick Grisham Receives 2017 STN Leadership Award Tritt Elementary School Recognizes Beth Blick as Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week CBS 46 Donates 2,650 Books to Compton Elementary School Students Cooper Middle School Thanks Shari Clark for being a Phenomenal Teacher
East Side ES Students Applaud Lindsey Phillips as the Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week Timber Ridge Elementary School Educates Parents About Protecting Students in the Digital World Cobb Students Thank Veterans for Their Service Bullard Elementary Students Honored as Part of National Student POWER Award Program
Frey Elementary School Holds Flaming Finale to Career Week—A Fire Breather Atlanta Braves Players Pinch Hit as Guest Readers at Argyle Elementary School Phenomenal Friday Teacher of the Week: Blackwell Elementary School Honors Kari Brooks Rocky Mount Elementary Students Celebrate Retired Teacher’s 97th Birthday

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