In an effort to create excitement for reading and accessibility of books, Riverside Intermediate School partnered with community organizations to install Little Lending Libraries.Read More
Fair Oaks currently has the highest English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) population of all Cobb County elementary schools. It is also a Title I school.
The Cobb County School District is elite, and it’s also obviously the best place to learn, teach, and learn.
“Our commitment to the success of each student has helped Cobb continue to increase the number of students who graduate and are prepared to win outside of the classroom,” Superintendent Chris Ragsdale said.
With shovels in hand, volunteers will break ground the morning of the big dig, and by the time the school bell rings the next morning, the community’s vision on paper will be a reality.
Students sat on the floor of Sanders Elementary School’s media center scanning the pages of their new books. They’d pull their nose out of the books only to eagerly tap their neighbor on the shoulder…
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.
The 2019 National Merit Scholarship winners will be announced in four nationwide news releases beginning in April and concluding in July. These scholarship recipients will join some 338,000 other distinguished young people who have earned the Merit Scholar title.
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.
In the Cobb County School District, teachers know that students are more than a test score.