We have an exciting opportunity for our friends and supporters of the Cobb County School District. With plans underway for a new elementary school in Mableton, the time has come for our community to decide…Read More
It has become an annual event that Dowell Elementary School special needs students, Cobb County Police, and Cobb County Firefighters look forward to every year.
As Hollydale Elementary School students walked to meet the school bus on a recent Tuesday, it was like any other day except there were two extra friendly faces waiting to greet them.
The LGE Community Credit Union not only supports teachers and staff in the Cobb County School District, but they also contribute to the success of Cobb students with programs, like annual scholarships.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Day, the Atlanta Braves recently awarded two Cobb teachers the title of 2019 Atlanta Braves Most Valuable Teachers.
For all those reasons and many more, the Cobb County School District is proud to celebrate National School Nurses Day in May. Now is the time to stop and say thank you to the dedicated professionals who care for Cobb students and staff each and every day.
As the #2 STEM program in the country, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp couldn’t have chosen a better backdrop than Wheeler High School for the signing of Senate Bill 108, which requires all high schools in the state to offer a computer science class to students.
They spend hours every week helping teachers and staff members and mentoring students.
Feeding off the success of the donation collection for The Center for Children and Young Adults (CCYA), Cobb Schools staff members are stepping up to continue the support for the Center.
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.