Cobb Schools Board Member Q&A: Randy Scamihorn, Post 1

Question: How long have you been on the school board?

Answer: “I have served Cobb students and staff as a School Board Member for 7 years and for 15 years as a teacher before joining the Board.”

Question: How long have you lived in Cobb County?

Answer: “I have been a resident of Cobb County for 41 years. It’s changed a lot as a county and our schools have gotten better and better, especially over the last 5 or 10 years. I really do think this is the best time to live in Cobb County.”

Question: Superintendent Ragsdale often says Cobb is the best place to teach, lead, and learn. What impresses you the most about our team?

Answer: “I’m continually impressed by the qualifications and work ethic of our team. The county does well when our schools do well and our schools are the best they’ve ever been because of the quality of our teachers and staff.”

Question: What are you looking forward to in the 2019-2020 school year?

Answer: “I’m looking forward to continuing to serve our students, parents, and citizens of Cobb County.”

Question: What was your favorite memory from the 2018-2019 school year?

Answer: “It is always an honor when I’m able to help our parents and grandparents solve issues they encountered in our schools and school system. We serve a lot of people and I enjoy making sure each are treated well as customers.”

To learn more about topics like what inspired him to join the School Board to his ideas about the future of education, Mr. Scamihorn discusses his experiences as a member of the Cobb County School District in this podcast.

To learn more about Mr. Scamihorn and the school communities he represents, click here.

Board Member Randy Scamihorn helps students at Baker Elementary School celebrate the first day of school on August 1.