Alcohol use, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, kills 4,300 underage teens each year—that’s more than all illegal drugs combined. Almost 17 percent of the teens in a survey admitted to riding with a driver who had been drinking alcohol….Read More
Cobb Schools’ Director of Assessment & Personalized Learning, Lori Horn, discusses the challenges students face as standardized testing season approaches.
Many young kids grow up playing firefighters. They are mesmerized by the men and women in the red firetrucks who rush to put out fires.
The Clarkdale Wax Museum not only gave the students an opportunity for hands-on learning, but it also gave them an opportunity to learn from each other.
In addition to helping students succeed academically, teachers and parents at Tapp Middle School are helping students develop positive character traits.
For more information on how the Cobb County School District works to keep students safe visit http://www.cobbshield.com/.
The USDA defines food insecurity as the lack of consistent access to adequate food resulting from the lack of money and other resources during the year.
Schools across the Cobb County School District joined together to collect donations for children in need. District leadership loaded pallets of donated shampoo, soap, and needed toiletries.
This round of online registration is also open to new Cobb first grade students. To enroll, kindergarten students must be age 5 and first-grade students must be age 6 on or before September 1, 2019.
The house is being built for U.S veteran Danny R. Burgess. He joined the U.S. Army at the age of 24 and served nine years before being medically discharged for an injury in the line of duty.