Thanksgiving makes people think about what they are grateful to have. We are grateful to have caring staff members like Dana and her team members in the Cobb Schools Transportation Department. What are you thankful this year?
Articles by Nan Kiel
Aiden and his pantry pals may not be ready to run a large community organization, yet, but they are ready to serve those in need.
Mapping out how the state of Georgia is able to positively impact student achievement, the Cobb County School District Board of Education approved the district’s legislative priorities for 2019 during the November 15 meeting.
It is often said that it takes a village to raise a child. Sometimes that means community organizations coming forward to donate supplies to help students succeed in school.
In the end, a letter from a Still Elementary School student best explains why the school communities across Cobb chose to honor those in uniform.
The district is holding three retirement planning meetings where financial advisors will be available to answer questions. Details on the upcoming meetings and contact information for VALIC and Lincoln representatives are included below.
“This garden is not only going to be here for current students, but it will be here for future students. Thank you so much,” Principal Bertha Nelson told the volunteers.
Dickerson sixth-grader Michelle summed it up best: “We want them to feel happy and to know that people care for them.”
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.