Earlier today, Superintendent Chris Ragsdale unveiled his recommended Fiscal Year 2020 budget, which prioritizes students and staff and includes a historic 8 to 12.6 % proposed raise for every non-temporary staff member in the Cobb County School District!
Articles by Nan Kiel
When social worker Bethany Miller at McClure Middle School learned that there was a single mother of five who didn’t have a working car, she set to work to find help for the mother in need.
As part of the fundraising efforts and to help the students get excited about their fundraising efforts, the students crawled, leaped, rolled, and dribbled their way through the first Rocky Mount Road Runner Race.
As a result of the students’ hard work, dedication, and positive impact on the community, Osborne High School won the 2019 School of the Year Environmental Stewardship Award from Cobb County.
Almost 60 years, Dr. Jane Goodall traveled from England to what is now Tanzania to begin what is today is considered a historic study of wild chimpanzees.
Demonstrating their literary mastery, the Walton High School Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl team recently claimed the title of State Champions.
DataFest originated at the University of California, Los Angeles and spread to Duke University, University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University.
“Keeping families close when it matters most” is a slogan of the Ronald McDonald House Charities that students at Dickerson Middle School have been supporting for the past three years.
Next up, the Bryant Elementary State Champions will compete in the National Step League championship.
Once again, the Cobb County School District earned the national designation of Best Communities for Music Education.