The Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts (CCCEPA) magnet program at Pebblebrook High School will present the award-winning hit Broadway musical Newsies May 10-12 at the Cobb Civic Center’s Anderson Theatre.
For all those reasons and many more, the Cobb County School District is proud to celebrate National School Nurses Day in May. Now is the time to stop and say thank you to the dedicated professionals who care for Cobb students and staff each and every day.
Almost 350 young women from cities around the United States and one in Colombia joined together to set the world record for the most girls coding at the same time. Some of the record-setting girls call the Cobb County School District home.
Guests: Pam Cain – Principal of Mableton Elementary School Dr. Lenora Nyeste – Principal of Lost Mountain Middle School 01:30 Differences Between 5th and 6th Graders 03:24 How 6th Graders are Unique 05:48 Learning Despite…
Last year was the first year that Chalker Elementary School explored the world of Odyssey of the Mind tournaments.
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.
Beth Finnegan of Kennesaw Elementary was recently named the 2019 Cobb County Library Media Specialist of the Year.
They spend hours every week helping teachers and staff members and mentoring students.
Yoselin won the art contest coordinated by her art teacher Sherryl Lane for the honor having her colorful depiction of Bobby featured on the front of the book. Smyrna fourth and fifth-grade students competed for the literary opportunity.
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.