The Simpson students put their math skills to the test when crafting their designs. From the start to when they dragged their drenched vessels from the water, the students worked as a team.
“Farm to school teaches our children the importance of food that helps bodies grow healthy and strong and food that promotes learning,” said J. Patrick O’Neal, M.D., commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health.
“We believe the combined efforts of the police department and school administrators with the support of the superintendent’s office and the school board has resulted in our district having safe schools,” said CCSD Captain Wayne Pickett.
During the opening of the 30th MUST Ministries school food pantry, President and CEO Dr. Dwight “Ike” Reighard recounted a story he heard from a Cobb principal. The elementary principal told him about a child who came up to her one morning asking for food.
The money raised from the shops will go toward boosting future entrepreneur activities for Brumby students.
Guests: Ehsan Kattoula & Casey Jones 01:03 Milestones and Types of Assessment 03:53 Turning Data into Information for the Classroom 11:22 CCRPI 14:04 How Much Testing is Too Much? 16:02 It’s MASSIVE! 17:04 Data for…
Schools in the Cobb County School District outpaced their peers across the state, yet again, on the state’s newly calculated College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI).
Despite her packed schedule committing her to appointments across the state, Georgia’s First Lady Sandra Deal made it a priority to visit four Cobb elementary schools.
In addition to the Cobb’s students increased success on the SAT, Cobb students also recorded ACT scores above the state and national average for the thirteenth consecutive year. The Class of 2018 rounded out their success with an all-time high graduation rate of 85.18 percent.
Beck, along with Cobb’s District level winners Fred Veeder, Rachael Sanford, and Dawn Harrell, will pick up the keys to their new cars at an event in November.