During National Children’s Dental Health Month, about 40 Norton Park Elementary students relaxed in dental chairs wearing rock star-like protective glasses.
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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.
Learn more about how the “Here Comes the Bus” app is another way Cobb Schools keeps students safe.
According to the Brooking Institution, the Cobb County School District ranks number one in Georgia and 32nd in the nation for providing students with school choice opportunities.
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The Fair Oaks Elementary School community recently welcomed parents and students from Griffin Middle School to join them for a night dedicated to boosting parental involvement and as a result, student success.
Local school foundations across the Cobb County School District often conduct fundraising campaigns to add extras to the classrooms and provide teachers with mini-grants to fund programs that enhance students’ educational opportunities.
On January 28 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., more than 40 businesses, and organizations will be on site at Palmer Middle School to share information about extracurricular opportunities available for students with disabilities. Representatives from museums, performing arts centers, camps, sports organizations, and clubs are attending the Cobb County…
Most of all, the judge was struck by all the Mountain View kids’ enthusiasm for learning.