As the #2 STEM program in the country, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp couldn’t have chosen a better backdrop than Wheeler High School for the signing of Senate Bill 108, which requires all high schools in the state to offer a computer science class to students.
They spend hours every week helping teachers and staff members and mentoring students.
Feeding off the success of the donation collection for The Center for Children and Young Adults (CCYA), Cobb Schools staff members are stepping up to continue the support for the Center.
When social worker Bethany Miller at McClure Middle School learned that there was a single mother of five who didn’t have a working car, she set to work to find help for the mother in need.
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.
Our nation’s public school systems have become an integral part of our culture and our society.
Several years ago, Christina Yi traveled to the United States with her family to work as a freelance Korean translator.
The Center for Children & Young Adults helps provide a safe and nurturing environment for those students who are experiencing homelessness.
Here in the Cobb County School District, our students are giving of themselves to help their fellow students and those in need.
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?