Pebblebrook High School

Travis Joshua, Principal

Brandon Boles, AP  |  Robin Dowdy, AP  |  Debra Lee, AP  |  Marilyn Mitchell-Wilson, AP
Deanna Munlin, AP  |  Tommy Perry, AP  |  Hannah Polk, AP  |  LaRoyce Sublett, AP  |  Frank Timmerman, CCCEPA

991 Old Alabama Road
Mableton, Ga. 30126
Phone: 770-819-2521
FAX: 770-819-2523
 



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Teacher of the Month-May

Ms. Curry

Ms. Curry


Chic-fil-A Leadership Academy and Pebblebrook's Student Government come together for a great cause. Click on the video below to see an amazing story.


The Parent E3 ACADEMY

Pebblebrook parents and students participated in United Way programs that taught them skills related to community involvement in an effort to improve the lives of its members.  The parent group, called The Parent E3 Academy (Empowered, Equipped, and Engaged), afforded participants the opportunity to network and collaborate on projects focused on community improvement and engagement.  The student group, entitled The Youth E3 Academy, taught participants the essential skills of setting personal, family, and community involvement goals in preparation for life after high school.  Students also completed group projects focused on community or school improvement.  Congratulations to our parents and students for their fantastic projects and for their participation in the academies!

CLICK HERE FOR THE E3 YEAR END VIDEO


WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE SGA & CLASS OFFICERS FOR

2016-2017

STUDENT BODY OFFICERS

Student Body President - Mary Emily Landers

Student Body Vice President - Selitha Haudey

Student Body Secretary - Morgan Powers

Student Body Treasurer - Lamyiah Fain

PR Representative - Matthew Peddie

12th Grade Class Officers

Class President - Justice Hopper

Class Vice President - Alexia “Lexi” Christopher

Class Secretary - Nyla Swain

Class Senators - Jada Llyod & Jamia Rogers 

11th Grade Class Officers

Class President - Sincere Young

Class Vice President - Sergio Nava

Class Secretary - Keisy Macias

Class Senator - Courtney Chesters & Lyric Carter

10th Grade Class Offices

Class President - Abigail Olatunji

Class Senator - Faleti-Adeola


CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION



Making the Grade: College readiness workshop pays off for Cobb students


Congratulations to our very own Mr. Larry Riley.  Mr. Riley was recognized and awarded the Community Service of the Year Award by BUY-COBB Inc.   

 BUY –COBB Inc. : Blacks United For Youth, INC. which provides mentoring, leadership development, scholarships, and community services for the youth of Cobb County and the surrounding communities of greater Atlanta.  

www.buycobbinc.org

 Thank you Mr. Riley for all you do for the students of the Cobb County School District!


GEORGIA SHAPE SCHOOL HEALTH SUMMIT

On behalf of Georgia Shape, we invite you to the final Georgia Shape School Health Summit on June 1, 2016 at Kennesaw State University from 9am-3pm (information below). 

These events have armed educators with free and low cost physical activity, nutrition and child health resources currently available to them through Georgia Shape and partner organizations. Expert technical assistance will be provided to educators to further develop school wellness policies, build grant writing capacity, and increase adoption of nutrition and physical activity standards.

Georgia Shape is the Governor’s statewide, multi-agency and multi-dimensional initiative that brings together governmental, philanthropic, academic and business communities to address childhood obesity in Georgia. Over the next ten years Georgia Shape will work towards increasing the number of students in the Healthy Fitness Zone for Body Mass Index by ten percent. Other objectives set forth by the Governor and Georgia Shape include reaching disparate populations, increasing the aerobic capacity measure of Georgia’s youth, increasing the breast feeding rate across Georgia, and increasing the number of early care centers that excel in nutrition and physical activity measures.

We need your leadership to encourage all schools to participate in Georgia Shape. Through your attendance and support, we believe the community, your staff, and educators from across the state will further buy into, and believe, that this important work is imperative to improving the health of our most prized population, our children.

Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you soon!

June 1, 2016 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Kennesaw State University Center
KSU Center

3333 Busbee Drive NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Please register online by copying this link into internet browser https://dphga.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6tx380mltm3k3Z3

Please note the link works best using Google Chrome browser.

Contact Angie Mykytyn at angela.mykytyn@dph.ga.gov or 770-432-7937 or Kelsey McDavid at kelsey.mcdavid@dph.ga.gov for more information.


Congratulations

2016-2017 Teacher of the Year:

Marvin Phinizy

&

2016-2017 Classified Employee of the Year:

Raul Moliner


SUMMER SCHOOL
HEALTH/PERSONAL FITNESS

Click HERE for more information.


Pebblebrook Named AP Honor School

State School Superintendent Richard Woods recently named 272 Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools. Fifteen Cobb County high schools were included in this prestigious honor. The Cobb schools recognized by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) fall into five categories, based on the results of 2015 AP courses and exams. Superintendent Woods named Pebblebrook as an honor school in these categories:

AP STEM School: Stem schools have students testing in at least two AP math courses and two AP science courses (AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, and AP Computer Science).

AP Humanities School: Humanities schools have students testing in all of the following AP courses: at least one ELA course, two social sciences courses, one fine arts course, and one world language course.


Pebblebrook has in accordance with the mandated requirements of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) prepared an Inspection Report and Management Plan.  The purpose of the inspection report and management plan is for detecting, controlling and informing the public of any asbestos containing materials that may exist in this school facility.  In the event that a building addition, renovation or response action is required at this facility, the inspection report and management plan will be revised accordingly.

This will advise you that a copy of the inspection report and management plan for this facility is available for public review in the administrative offices of the facility during normal working hours. Copies are available, upon written request, only in completed sets at 25 cents per sheet. Thanks.


HB91 PETITION PROCESS for Formerly Enrolled Students

Implications for currently enrolled students:

Assessments required for graduation

  • The GAA is still required for students on the alternative track to graduate at this time because it was not addressed in the law.
  • According to state law enacted on March 30, 2015, currently enrolled students do not have to pass the GHSGT, GHSWT, or EOC/EOCTs to graduate.
  • Currently enrolled students are still required to take the EOCs for any EOC course in which they are enrolled.
  • “Currently Enrolled Students” includes ALL enrolled students including 5th/6th year seniors
  • Students who left school in December having fulfilled all graduation requirements except for assessment requirements will be treated as currently enrolled students

Implications for former, non-enrolled students:

Petition Process is in development

  • A petition form will be placed on the CCSD website in the near future. Former students must meet ALL graduation requirements other than the assessment requirement to receive a diploma.

Please direct any inquiries to Risa Fischer, Secretary in Teaching and Learning at (770) 426-3316.


STUDENT IDENTIFICATION

Students should wear or have their IDs on them at all times.  We will order a limited number of lanyards that we can make available to students.  For safety reasons, we need to be able to identify Pebblebrook students especially since we have an open campus.  Reminding your child of this requirement will assist us.


SYNERGY PARENTVUE/ STUDENTVUE:

To access the ParentVue/StudentVue Portal, please go to the following link:   https://parentvue.cobbk12.org

NOTE:  Students accounts are already set up and DO NOT require activation letters.  Students are to log in with their student ID and current network password.  If they have not setup an account yet, their initial password can be obtained from their teachers.

For additional instructions, click HERE.

If you are not able to access Synergy, and you have gotten your password reset in the media center, please come to the main office between classes, before or after school so that we can correct the issue.

 


STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE

Student accident insurance applications from the Young Group are now available online in PDF format for parents to download and print on demand.
English versionSpanish version


DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

FIRE LANE CHANGES FOR SCHOOLS The Cobb County Fire Lane Ordinance was amended to include a provision for student pick-up at schools. Per the Fire Marshall's Office, no one is allowed to park in a Fire Lane, whether there is a driver in the vehicle or not, at any time other than the following:

  • 30 minutes prior to the end of the school day and 30 minutes after the end of the school day (this does not include the After School Program nor any other activity at the school)
  • Passengers actively loading or unloading during the day (this would cover students unloading in the morning at the beginning of the school day)
  • Stopping or parking a vehicle in a fire lane at any other time is prohibited, unless passengers are actively loading or unloading.
  • Enforcement of this new provision will begin on April 9, 2012. Fire lanes can be identified by “No Parking Fire Lane” signage and/or curbing that is red in color. Fire lane violations currently result in a fine of $135.00.

Should you have questions or concerns, please contact the Department of Public Safety (678) 594-8620.

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STUDENT OF THE DAY

May 16th   Briana Jackson 
May 17th    Akaba Jackson
May 18th  Tanese Banks Grant 
May 19th   Moriah Potts
May 20th  
Faith Thomas

   

FALCON OF THE MONTH:

DEPT STUDENT
English Lilliana Carlos-Valentino
Math Kathia Acosta
Social Studies  
Science Maimouna Sarr
CTAE  
Performing Arts Josh Bussey
World Lanuages  
ESOL  
PE Ebelin Silva-Cardenas

 

MOST IMPROVED FALCON OF THE MONTH:

DEPT STUDENT
English Omar Carpenter
Math Erin Wright
Social Studies  
Science Hannah Branch
CTAE  
Performing Arts Alecia Stallworth
World Lanuages  
ESOL  
PE Jamardis Scott