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Cobb Outperforms State & Nation on the New PSAT
On October 14, 2015, more than 13,000 Cobb students took the new PSAT/NMSQT. The test was redesigned by
the College Board to align the PSAT with the new SAT exam that will be given for the first
time in March 2016. The new design takes 165 minutes and consists of a total
of 139 questions and tasks. The reading component has 47 questions. The writing and
language component has 44 questions, and the math component has 48 questions.
The Board congratulates Chief Financial Officer Brad Johnson and the Financial Services Team.
School District Earns Moody's Triple A Credit Rating
Only 0.50% of public school districts in the US hold top rating
Moody’s Investor’s Service reviewed the business fundamentals and financial condition of the
Cobb County School District (CCSD) and on December 17, 2015, assigned CCSD a Triple A Credit Rating. Read more
CCSD Teacher of the Year First Sergeant Kathryn Burns and her husband talk with Board Member Scott Sweeney.
Cobb Schools Foundation Fourth Annual Leaders and Legends Ball
The Cobb Schools Foundation hosted the Fourth Annual Leaders and Legends Ball presented by Cisco on February 6 at the Hilton Marietta
Conference Center. This annual black-tie event honors outstanding alumni and individuals who have made significant contributions
to education in the Cobb County School District.
Kaitlyn Holtzclaw – 2016 National Rising Star Award Winner In Art
Pope Baseball Coach Inducted to the Georgia Dugout Club Hall of Fame
Piedmont Church Donates More Than $15,000 to Cobb County Schools