Due to severe weather warnings from the National Weather Service, the Governor’s decision to close state offices, and the expectation that the commute to/from our schools could be dangerous, the district has decided to close operations on Tuesday, January 29th.
Articles by The Cobb County School District
Our schools are safe, our students feel secure, and everyone is given the best chance at success that we can offer.
Here in the Cobb County School District, our students are giving of themselves to help their fellow students and those in need.
While we may not know precisely what “success” will look like for each person, we do know the best way to prepare each and every one of our students to be ready when their opportunity for success presents itself. Not only do we know how to prepare our students, but we are also committed to preparing them and this is what makes the Cobb County School District the best place to lead, teach, and learn.
The Cobb County School District is elite, and it’s also obviously the best place to learn, teach, and learn.
The Cobb County School District is dedicated to the success of each and every one of our students, and we know that success begins with literacy. That’s why we are so passionate about implementing instructional methods and assessments that help each student develop strong reading, writing, and critical thinking skills so they can be lifelong learners.
For the betterment of all of our students, and to better assist our students on their road to success, we will, we must, do everything in our power to give them the best education possible. We are committed to this cause. One Team. One Goal. Student Success.
The Cobb County School District is among the most diverse; racially, ethnically, linguistically, religiously, and socio-economically. Our district also manages a high transiency rate of more than 20%.
With plans underway for a new Middle School in Smyrna, the time has come for our community to decide what the school’s name will be.
As people across the metropolitan area continue to move to Cobb, the District continues to be cited as one of the main reasons.