Athletics Information

 Don Baker, Director

Don Baker
Director
Athletics
Email

 William Griggers, Director (.49)

William Griggers
Director (.49)
Athletics
Email

Pamela Orvino
Secretary
P: 678-331-1071
F: 678-331-1052
Email

CCSD Athletic News

 

2019 Cobb Football Schedule

 2019 Football Parking Fees

2018-19 Athletic Director of the Year

Don Baker, Kennesaw Mountain High School

Congratulations to Don Baker from Kennesaw Mountain High School for being named Cobb County School District Athletic Director of the Year for 2018-19.  Don is pictured below with Donnie Griggers and Steve Jones, Co-Directors of Athletics for Cobb County School District.

 

2018-2019 GADA Region AD of the Year Award

Jim Dorsey, McEachern High School -

Region 3AAAAAAA

                          

Amie Howard, Allatoona High School -

Region 6AAAAAA                                                                             

 

2018-2019 Corky Kell - Excellence in Coaching Award

Congratulations to Terry Jones, South Cobb High School Head Football Coach for being named the 2018-2019 Corky Kell - Excellence in Coach Award recipient.  This award is given to a coach for exceptional leadership and dedication to coaching, teaching, and school involvement.  Congratulations Coach Jones!!

                                      

 

 

Online Athletic Registration

The 2020 (2019-20 school year) Online Athletic Registration is now open. Students who wish to participate in athletics should complete the registration which can be accessed through Parent Vue.

 

Positive Athlete Program

Cobb County is participating in the Positive Athlete Program which recognizes athletes for being a positive influence. Please take a moment to visit their website and nominate a positive athlete you know!  There is a link at the bottom of the page for nominations.

http://georgia.positiveathlete.org/awards/cobb-county/

What Is Positive Athlete Georgia?

Positive Athlete Georgia is a movement by high-character professional athletes tied to Georgia professional and collegiate sports teams to promote the benefits of “positivity” to young athletes. These athletes believe it is crucial to begin shaping the futures of young athletes for life skills beyond athletic competition and to learn how to give back to their community. Current and former professional athletes are members of this organization, and high school athletes will be invited to join based on being nominated by a coach, school administrator, parent or fan for the annual Georgia Positive High School Athlete Awards.


Other Important Links

www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
"NCAA Clearinghouse Online Information about initial-eligibility at NCAA Division I and II member colleges and universities..."

www.ghsa.net
"The GHSA is a voluntary organization composed of 385 public and private high schools. It strives to promote good sportsmanship and a cooperative spirit among its member schools. It endeavors to maintain high standards so that each pupil competing in each school is on the same basis. In the field of athletics its interest is the safety of the participants; it is on this principle that its athletic rules are based."

www.nfhs.org
"The mission of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is to serve its members and its related professional groups by providing leadership and national coordination for the administration of interscholastic activities which will enhance the educational experiences of high school students and reduce risks of their participation."

GHSA Forms can be found at: www.dcats.com



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