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THE NEW FACE OF PEBBLEBROOK
the start of a new school year — and a New Look —for students of
Pebblebrook High School. The class of 2019 kicked off the
year with the launch of the Academies of Pebblebrook,
a new brand of education that engages every student with a
choice, and a path to college or career – or both.
To initiate this exciting shift in academic and community
focus, the Cobb County School District is partnered with Usher’s
New Look, Inc. Usher’s New Look is a charity
founded by singer and performer, Usher Raymond. Every
freshman will participate in his New Look Program, “Powered by
“We want to inspire a renewed passion for learning, and a
sense of possibility and purpose among our students, their
teachers, parents and the entire community,” says CCSD Chief
Academic Officer, Mary Elizabeth Davis. “This approach
gives every student choices about their future. We’re saying,
‘We believe in you. We know your future has no limits.”
Click here for Full Story and Photos
POWERED BY SERVICE: Leadership program sponsored by
Usher begins at Pebblebrook
Click here to read the entire Marietta Daily Journal article
DATE: August 4th through August 13th
LOCATION: Pebblebrook HS Cafeteria
TRANSPORTATION: Transportation will be provided.
CCGPS Coordinate Algebra
HB91 PETITION PROCESS for Formerly
Implications for currently enrolled students:
required for graduation
According to state law enacted on March
30, 2015, currently enrolled students do not have to pass the
GHSGT, GHSWT, or EOC/EOCTs to graduate.
The GAA is still required for students on
the alternative track to graduate at this time because it was
not addressed in the law.
Currently enrolled students are still
required to take the EOCs for any EOC course in which they are
Enrolled Students” includes ALL enrolled students including 5th/6th
left school in December having fulfilled all graduation
requirements except for assessment requirements will be treated
as currently enrolled students
Implications for former,
Petition Process is in development
· A petition form
will be placed on the CCSD website in the near future. Former
students must meet ALL graduation requirements other than the
assessment requirement to receive a diploma.
any inquiries to Risa Fischer, Secretary in Teaching and
Learning at (770) 426-3316.
Living The Dream Student Literacy
EARN A SERVICE CORD
Pebblebrook High School students may earn a service
cord for graduation when volunteering through clubs or
volunteering independently for an approved organization.
For the current school year(2015-2016), students must meet
the following CUMULATIVE requirements:
SENIORS- 80 HOURS
JUNIORS- 80 HOURS
FRESHMAN- 80 HOURS
NOTE: FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL
PLEASE INSTRUCT THE SUPERVISOR TO LIST THE STUDENT'S NAME, ALONG
WITH A DESCRIPTION OF COMMUNITY SERVICE PERFORMED, AND THE
NUMBER OF HOURS EARNED ON THE OFFICIAL LETTERHEAD OF THE
At Pebblebrook, we are committed to giving back to our
school, our community, our state and the nation.
Please contact the Community Service Administrator, Mr. Tommy
Perry with any questions.
2015-16 School Choice
The Cobb County School District is again offering School Choice
(HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the 2015-2016 school year.
Individual school capacity information and applications will be
available beginning February 1, 2015 on the District website.
For more information, please see our
2015-16 School Choice
Students should wear or have their IDs on them at all times.
We will order a limited number of lanyards that we can make
available to students. For safety reasons, we need to be
able to identify Pebblebrook students especially since we have
an open campus. Reminding your child of this requirement
will assist us.
Partners in EducationAre you interested in becoming a “Pebblebrook Partner In
Education”? Please take advantage of the tax deductible options
that are available.
HERE for more details on our donation
HERE for the Chamber Of Commerce Agreement
that certifies the partnership.
SYNERGY PARENTVUE/ STUDENTVUE:To access the ParentVue/StudentVue Portal, please go to the
NOTE: Students accounts are already set up and
DO NOT require activation letters. Students are to log in with
their student ID and current network password. If they have not
setup an account yet, their initial password can be obtained
from their teachers.
For additional instructions, click
If you are not able to access Synergy, and you have gotten
your password reset in the media center, please come to the main
office between classes, before or after school so that we can
correct the issue.
STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE
insurance applications from the Young Group are
now available online in PDF format for parents to download and
print on demand.
English version •
HERE for the web site.
MARIETTA/COBB Driver's Education
for 2013 flyer.
GET TO GHSGT STUDY GUIDES:
Georgia Milestones End of Course Assessment:
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
FIRE LANE CHANGES FOR SCHOOLSThe Cobb County Fire Lane Ordinance was amended to include a provision for student pick-up at schools. Per
the Fire Marshall's Office, no one is allowed to park in a Fire Lane, whether there is a driver in
the vehicle or not, at any time other than the following:
- 30 minutes prior to the end of the school day and 30 minutes after the end of the school day (this does not
include the After School Program nor any other activity at the school)
- Passengers actively loading or unloading during the day (this would cover students unloading in the morning at the
beginning of the school day)
- Stopping or parking a vehicle in a fire lane at any other time is prohibited, unless passengers are actively loading or
- Enforcement of this new provision will begin on April 9, 2012. Fire lanes can be identified by “No Parking Fire Lane”
signage and/or curbing that is red in color. Fire lane violations currently result in a fine of $135.00.
Should you have questions or concerns, please contact the
Department of Public Safety (678) 594-8620.