Sope Creek Elementary Boosterthon Fun Run Raises $85,000 for PTA

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The colors of the rainbow rained down on some Sope Creek Elementary students running to raise money for the school’s Parent Teacher Association. The annual Boosterthon Fun Run raised $85,000 and had students leaping with excitement as they ran toward their goal of 35 laps. Prior to race day, students gathered pledges for each lap […]

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Public Schools Located in East Cobb County

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Take a closer look at the our public schools! 21 Elementary Schools -16,221 Elementary School students 8 Middle Schools -8,326 Middle School students 6 High Schools -12,806 High School students For more information about our school district, visit our back-to-school guide HERE!

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Photo of the Day

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Pope volleyball team celebrates their coach’s 500th win on August 20, 2016. Like the Photo? Your mission should you choose to accept: take some pictures and then share them with our online community. We are always looking for local photos that capture the wonder of our East Cobb world – from a birthday pic, to […]

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Photo of the Day

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Dodgen Middle School morning rush hour Like the Photo? Your mission should you choose to accept: take some pictures and then share them with our online community. We are always looking for local photos that capture the wonder of our East Cobb world – from a birthday pic, to a photo of your backyard garden, […]

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Cobb County School Board Approves 2017 Budget

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The Cobb County Board of Education approved a $986 million budget for Fiscal Year 2017 during its May 19, 2016 meeting, funding a full 180-day school year. The new budget includes 2.50% raises for all eligible employees, position adjustments and competitive salary adjustments for school and school support staff. Fiscal Year 2017 begins July 1, […]

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Photo of the Day

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Wheeler High School Lady Wildcats water polo practice Like the Photo? Your mission should you choose to accept: take some pictures and then share them with our online community. We are always looking for local photos that capture the wonder of our East Cobb world – from a birthday pic, to a photo of your […]

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Photo of the Day

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Angry Birds visited Mountain View Elementary School to celebrate Jump Rope for the Heart success Starting this week, find @eastcobber on Instagram to see our Picture of the Day! Be sure to tag the East Cobber in your pictures for a chance to be featured as the Photo of the Day. Like the Photo? Your […]

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Shallowford Falls Principal Felicia Angelle Named Principal of the Year

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The Georgia PTA named Felicia Angelle, the principal of Shallowford Falls Elementary, as their 2016 Outstanding Elementary Principal of the Year. Principal Angelle, who is beginning her fifth year as principal at Shallowford Falls, was honored at the Georgia PTA Convention in June. Principals were judged on their welcoming attitude and collaboration with parents and the […]

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Our Students, Our Schools, Our Responsibility

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The East Cobb County Council of PTAs extends best wishes to all families of students attending the 35 schools that are members of our council. Our students and our families attend Kell, Lassiter, Pope, Sprayberry, Walton, or Wheeler High Schools and the feeder elementary and middle schools. We look forward to a wonderful year of […]

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Photo of The Day

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Free library at Walton high school entrance Starting this week, find @eastcobber on Instagram to see our Picture of the Day! Be sure to tag the East Cobber in your pictures for a chance to be featured as the Photo of the Day. Like the Photo? Your mission should you choose to accept: take some […]

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