Early Kindergarten Now Underway at Belmont Hills Elementary
“Our focus is on academic preparedness,” said Superintendent Chris Ragsdale. “Our job is to make sure we move students from kindergarten through first grade. We are making sure the students who are coming to Early Kindergarten are getting access to early learning. We have a goal to have students reading on grade level by third grade. This is another tool we are using to obtain that goal.”
Great Year in Cobb County High School Sports with State and Regional Wins
When Pope High School recently clinched the state Class 6 AAAAAA baseball championship, the win capped a great year in Cobb County High School
sports. The Cobb County School District won Georgia High School Sports (GHSA) state titles in girls basketball (McEachern), girls soccer
(Harrison), boys lacrosse (Lassiter), girls volleyball in 6A and 7A (Harrison and Walton), girls cross country (Harrison), girls tennis
(Walton), girls swimming (Walton), and One Act Play (Kennesaw Mountain). In addition, individual state titles went to athletes in swimming,
and girls and boys track.
Shallowford Falls Elementary School Awarded AdvancED STEM Certification
Mabry Middle School Earns AdvancED STEM Certification
CCSD Students Win Emperor Science Awards
Cobb Graduates Snag Nearly $94 Million in Scholarship Offers
The Cobb County School District class of 2017 generated more than $93.7 million in college scholarship offers, so far.
This figure does not include the HOPE Scholarship awards which will be available later this summer. The scholarship awards for academic scholars and athletic stand-outs came from all 16 of the District’s high schools and the Cobb Performance Learning Center.
Totals for scholarship offers at CCSD schools:
Kennesaw Mtn $10,633,510
North Cobb $2,384,620
South Cobb $2,349,535