Keeping an Eye Out for Old Man Winter

Guest: Marc Smith, Chief Technology and Operations Officer 00:35 The Decision Process01:37 Student Safety Impact03:26 It’s All or Nothing05:57 Key Considerations08:00 Closings and Make-up Days09:25 Bus Drivers On-call10:14 Decisions Hit Close to Home11:59 How to…

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Shallowford Elementary Students Launch Coats4Kids Campaign

With old man winter causing the thermostat to plummet, Shallowford Elementary students realized the blistering reality of how the cold impacts those in need.   Leah Conroy’s fifth-grade class listened as she talked about students—students in their own Cobb community—who lacked coats, scarves, or gloves…


Inspired by the Heart: Special Art from Special Students

You won’t want to miss the 8th Annual “Inspired By the HeArt” art show, a collaboration of Cobb Schools special education art students, their fabulous teachers, and the Cobb County Parks and Recreation department. The show can be viewed now through February 28th at the Art Station…


Q&A #2 with Board Member Randy Scamihorn

Guest: Randy Scamihorn, Board Member – Post 1 01:13 Happenings in Post 101:47 Test Scores02:21 Understanding the Graduation Numbers03:56 Accessibility07:07 Mr. Scamihorn’s Background08:24 Community Meetings10:12 Preparing Students for Tech Careers Cobb Schools Board Member, Randy…


Volunteers Breaking Down Barriers to Educational Success

Underneath the impressive statistics, informative facts and awesome awards we often convey when sharing CCSD news, it might interest you to know there is a whole other world of caring that plays a crucial role in student achievement districtwide. Every school, no matter its…