NASA and the SETI Institute recently announced that the Cobb County School District is one of only 14 school districts in eight states to participate in the 2019 NASA Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors program.
The group of elementary and high school students picked up where their letters had left off—catching up with friends.
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.
During National Children’s Dental Health Month, about 40 Norton Park Elementary students relaxed in dental chairs wearing rock star-like protective glasses.
Several years ago, Christina Yi traveled to the United States with her family to work as a freelance Korean translator.
To learn about some of the anti-bullying resources available through the Cobb County School District visit here.
Students of yesterday went to school libraries to merely check out books and conduct research—in silence. It was all work, no fun. That’s not what parents would find when they step inside Tritt Elementary School, which has the first…
Learn more about how the “Here Comes the Bus” app is another way Cobb Schools keeps students safe.
Cobb Schools’ Executive Director of Transportation announces a powerful tool to help keep students’ commutes safe.
That’s the best part: “…Seeing all the smiles on their faces and seeing how excited they are to be at the dance,” Natalie beamed.