As part of their Educational Day, the 2019 Leadership Cobb Class recently toured Fair Oaks Elementary School where they heard about the steps the school is taking to build a foundation of learning for the students and their families.
The experience reminded the students about why they were collecting the cans in the first place. They were helping people in their community, but having fun and learning while doing it.
Guests: Susan Christensen, Director of Special Education, and Dr. Laurel Kinard, Director of Student Assistance Programs 01:07 Identifying Disabilities 03:56 My Student’s Eligible. Now What? 05:07 Types of Support 09:07 Identifying Dyslexia 10:09 The Autism Spectrum…
Spin a globe and point to a place. There’s a good chance that the dot on the globe, or a nearby area, has a connection to at least one Campbell High School student. In a school where…
Because of their dedication to community beautification, students in the Lassiter-Pope-Kell (LPK) NJROTC program earned the title of Adopt-a-Mile Youth Group of the Year by Keep Cobb Beautiful.
Thanks to the STEM program, Bullard students are already seeing how what they learn in the classroom will help them today, tomorrow, and in future careers.
If the Milford pantry is an example of how two high school students can impact the lives of 20 Cobb families, imagine the impact that all of Cobb’s 100,000 students can have on the entire community, state, or even the world.
The district is holding three retirement planning meetings where financial advisors will be available to answer questions. Details on the upcoming meetings and contact information for VALIC and Lincoln representatives are included below.
“This garden is not only going to be here for current students, but it will be here for future students. Thank you so much,” Principal Bertha Nelson told the volunteers.
Dickerson sixth-grader Michelle summed it up best: “We want them to feel happy and to know that people care for them.”