From Cuba and the Dominican Republic to Mexico, Panama, and Puerto Rico, Milford Elementary School students took a trip around Latin America without even leaving Cobb County.
Articles by Nan Kiel
During the October 18 Board of Education meeting, Cobb County School District leaders discussed the January launch of a new parent portal—CTLS Parent—that will show parents what their child knows and provide resources to help their child master other content areas.
Like last year and the year before that, Cobb County School District students posted ACT scores above the state and national average. This is the thirteenth year that Cobb’s graduating class has topped their peers around the country.
Teachers and principals arrive well before students and do not leave for the day until long after the school bell rings. However, the principals at Shallowford Falls Elementary School took that dedication to a whole new level. They extended their hours overnight.
What if kids cheered about eating their vegetables? What if kids celebrated at the suggestion of tossing their sugary drinks in favor of water? What if kids squealed with excitement about trying new foods?
This time next year, current Griffin Middle School eighth graders will be attending classes at either Campbell High School or Osborne High School. Their middle school days will be behind them, and their graduation in front of them.
Cobb Superintendent Chris Ragsdale praised the Teacher of the Year as one of the District’s team members who make Cobb the best place to teach, lead, and learn.
The Cobb County School District has the solution. It’s an innovative assessment model called Cobb Metrics, which focuses on the individual student. It shows what each student knows and how to teach each student what they don’t know.
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They laughed. They giggled. They cheered when they beat the high school kids in arm wrestling. They talked about school as they gobbled down their lunches. They applauded the “big kids” who danced between the rows of cafeteria tables. They…