In May, a team of Walton High School students is headed to the National Invention Convention in Detroit, Michigan.
Awards & Honors
Beth Finnegan of Kennesaw Elementary was recently named the 2019 Cobb County Library Media Specialist of the Year.
As a result of the students’ hard work, dedication, and positive impact on the community, Osborne High School won the 2019 School of the Year Environmental Stewardship Award from Cobb County.
Demonstrating their literary mastery, the Walton High School Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl team recently claimed the title of State Champions.
On Thursday, April 18th, the 9th District PTA surprised the Cobb County School District and Superintendent Chris Ragsdale with a “Lifetime Achievement Award.”
DataFest originated at the University of California, Los Angeles and spread to Duke University, University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State University.
Next up, the Bryant Elementary State Champions will compete in the National Step League championship.
Once again, the Cobb County School District earned the national designation of Best Communities for Music Education.
The ArtsBridge Foundation announced two Cobb Schools students as nominees for the 11th Annual Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards.
The CMA Foundation, a national music education nonprofit and the philanthropic arm of the Country Music Association, only selects 10 teachers from outside of Tennessee for the Music Teachers of Excellence Awards.