The Bill of Rights Institute recently announced that Harrison High School’s Matt Logan will serve as one of the twenty members of the group’s Teacher Council. The Cobb social studies teacher was selected from more than 300 applicants from around the country. Logan,…
Teachers, whether your idea involves chickens, bunnies, racing bikes, 3D printing, a planetarium, or something extra unusual, now is the time to pitch your innovative ideas on how to increase student success. The annual Cobb Tank grant…
Out of the more than 900 nurses who were nominated for making a difference, Cobb Schools nurse Sharon O’Grady was selected as one of Georgia’s top 10 nurses who earned an AJC Jobs Nursing Excellence Award.
More than 5,000 years—5,009 years to be exact—that’s how many years of collective service this year’s retirees have dedicated to students in the Cobb County School District.
The Cobb County School District is hiring, and educators are invited to attend the district’s two upcoming job fairs on March 26 and March 28. The hiring events are open to anyone interested in certified teaching positions.
For two decades, Heather Anderson has served Cobb County School District students and parents by helping them obtain the assistance and resources available to achieve success.
Today, teachers across the Cobb County School District could start planning for the 2019-2020 school year.
Guest: Kevin Kiger, CCSD Exec. Dir. of Human Resources 00:35 The Steps to Becoming a CCSD Teacher 01:22 Connecting with the District 02:23 The Best Place to Teach, Lead and Learn 03:37 Retirement Program is…
They work from before the school bell rings in the morning to long past when the students should be in bed—11:00 p.m. to be exact.
Cobb Superintendent Chris Ragsdale praised the Teacher of the Year as one of the District’s team members who make Cobb the best place to teach, lead, and learn.