Once again, the Cobb County School District earned the national designation of Best Communities for Music Education.
“Make sure people know what you are going through. Even if to someone else it might feel like a small thing, to you if it’s a big thing, then it is a big thing. Be open to talking about it.”
Marietta, Georgia, March 25, 2018: Shelley Elder of Elder Law Firm recently gave over $7,000 to the Cobb Schools Foundation to start a Music Therapy program at H.A.V.E.N Academy of Cobb County School District. Shelley, who is the owner of an estate planning law firm, is the President-Elect of Kennesaw Business Association and was recently named Kennesaw Citizen of the Year.
The ArtsBridge Foundation announced two Cobb Schools students as nominees for the 11th Annual Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards.
The annual contest, sponsored by the Optimist Club, gives students the opportunity to compete for a spot at the state-level Oratorical Contest where the winners receive a $2,500 scholarship.
The Durham Middle School student recently won the Drive Safe Atlanta film contest with his storyboard for a 30-second Public Service Announcement on seatbelt safety.
As part of the Cobb County School District’s ongoing campaign to keep students safe, Cobb Schools plan to release two newly-created safety training videos designed specifically for students.
The CMA Foundation, a national music education nonprofit and the philanthropic arm of the Country Music Association, only selects 10 teachers from outside of Tennessee for the Music Teachers of Excellence Awards.
Guests: John Adams, Deputy Superintendent of HR & Operations Shea Thompson, Principal of Kemp Elementary School Matt Moody, Principal of North Cobb High School 01:01 What Do We Mean By Safety? 04:15 Cobb’s Safety Training…
Going up against students from across the state, six students from the Cobb County School District recently earned first place medals at the Georgia Student Technology Competition. An additional nine students placed second.