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May 15: Awards Day - K- 2nd grade @ 8:15 AM; 3rd - 4th grade @ 9:15 AM

May 16: 5th Grade Banquet @11:30 AM

May 23: Talent Show

May 23: Last Day of School!


Summer Reading 2015 Every Hero has a Story animated gif  Created by Emerson Public Library

The Cobb County School District is partnering again with Cobb and Smyrna Public Libraries for our Summer Reading Challenge! This year we challenge all students to read and log at least 1,500 minutes using Biblionasium. All K-8 students already have Biblionasium accounts and can log in with their student number and school computer password.  

Reading throughout the summer for at least 20 minutes a day helps students maintain learning gains made in school and starts the upcoming new school year off right. These resources can help:

CCSD Library Media Education: Visit www.cobbsummerreading.com for reading resources, ebooks, reading suggestions, and links to learning resources, such as the Cobb Digital Library.

Cobb and Smyrna Public Libraries: Visit www.cobbcat.org/srp for more information about summer reading programming and this years theme of Libraries Rock! Students can attend summer reading events and win prizes. Be sure to mark your calendars for the Summer Reading Kickoff on June 2nd at the Switzer branch in Marietta!

Biblionasium: All K-8 students Cobb students have direct access to log minutes at www.biblionasium.com/summerreading. Use your student number and school computer password to log in. If prompted, enter the state of Georgia and your school.

The Summer Reading Challenge begins May 24th and ends July 31st.

 For help with your username and password, please call CCSD Customer Care:



Mon.–Thurs. 7:30am to 5pm

May 29th – July 27th

Free eye exams and glasses for children in need; pre-registration required

Image result for eyeglasses exam"Two million children in the U.S. do not have the glasses they need to see the board, read a book or participate in class." This is a startling statistic from the nonprofit organization Vision To Learn. It is a growing national charity offering free vision screenings, eye exams and, if necessary, glasses for children ages 5-18.

Three Cobb County public libraries are hosting upcoming mobile eye clinics. Each Vision to Learn visit will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Space is limited and no walk-ins will be accepted. Please note pre-registration is required.

·  Thursday, May 31: South Cobb Regional Library, 805 Clay Road, Mableton
For the registration form, click here

·  Friday, June 1: Powder Springs Library, 4181 Atlanta St., Building 1, Powder Springs 
For the registration form,  click here

·  Tuesday, June 5: Sibley Library, 1539 South Cobb Drive, Marietta
For the registration form, click here

These library events will be the first Vision To Learn visits in Cobb County and at Georgia public libraries. They are part of Cobb Public Library System’s efforts to collaborate with organizations to improve educational outcomes for “cradle to career” success. Founded in 2012 in Los Angeles, Vision To Learn now reaches low-income students in 12 states. VTL was launched in Georgia in 2017 through a multi-year partnership with the Atlanta Hawks Foundation. More than 1,000 Atlanta Public School students have received free glasses so far in the 2017-2018 school year.



LaBelle Elementary Annual Parent Surveys RESULTS

To our Families:

Cobb County School District Title I Department appreciates the partnerships we have with our families. As the parent/guardian of a child attending a Title I school you are an important part of the Title I team. Your input is vital in the planning and implementation of the family engagement program and activities in our schools and those provided by the District. The focus of all Title I programs is to help eligible students meet the same high academic achievement standards expected of all children, regardless of their socioeconomic status and background. The following surveys are confidential and will be used to assist us with future planning for family engagement initiatives and events.

 Annual Parent Survey Results English

Annual Parent Survey Results Spanish


St. Ann Catholic Church Partners with LaBelle Elementary School to Provide Food for Every Student
St. Ann

Every Friday, volunteers from St. Ann Catholic Church pull up to LaBelle Elementary School with hundreds of bags of food for students to take home for the weekend. Since they started in April 2015, the volunteers have delivered thousands of bags of food and hundreds of board games plus school supplies, school uniforms and books as part of the church’s St. Vincent de Paul “Sharing Our Blessings” program.





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