Superintendent Chris Ragsdale Welcomes Students Back to School
Cobb County School District Superintendent Chris Ragsdale grabbed a pencil and sat down at a desk at Compton Elementary School to join the young students doing a writing exercise on the first day of school July 31.
2017 Kick Off Event; Atlanta Braves’ John Schuerholz Motivates CCSD Leadership
Before teachers return to the schools, before students pick out new book bags and before the school bell rings again, Cobb County School District (CCSD) leadership start drawing the roadmap for a successful new school year.
Ribbon Cutting Opens New Walton High School Classroom Building
CCSD Staff Cut Ribbon on New Mountain View Elementary School Building
Addison Elementary Assistant Principal Brad Cohen Stands Up As National Role Model; Brawny Features Cohen for ‘AmerICAN’ Campaig
CCSD Welcomes More Than 800 New Teachers at New Teacher Academy
More than 800 new teachers recently caught a glimpse of why Superintendent Chris Ragsdale says the Cobb County School District is the “best place to teach, lead, and learn.” From recent college graduates and returning educators to the mayor of Kennesaw, hundreds of teachers gathered for the New Teacher Academy at McEachern High School July 18 to take notes on how the District achieves student success.
McEachern High cheerleaders and band pumped up the crowd before experienced CCSD educators took the stage to reveal what makes the teachers’ new home so special.
Chief Academic Officer Dr. Mary Elizabeth Davis explained how the District creates the “best place to learn” for students.