EAST COBBER presents its annual Back to School Guide! This special section provides a quick reference to our public schools in East Cobb, our school board members, and school calendar. See how well our East Cobb schools are performing. >>CLICK HERE TO REVIEW OUR BACK TO SCHOOL GUIDE!
As East Cobbers kick off another school year, Cobb County School District welcomed 800 new teachers. Some are veteran teachers from other school districts. Some are starting a second career as educators, and some are starting their first job after college. No matter their background, the Cobb County School District welcomed them to the Cobb […]
East Cobb McCleskey YMCA and Northeast Cobb YMCA, through Togetherhood program, partnered with Dwell Communities for a Back to School Clothing drive on July 23, 2016. Your News, Your Pictures, Your Videos! If you have a video that you have taken that we may be interested in, you can email it to: email@example.com or send us the […]
Ben Needle explains how Cobb County School District supports college success Last week, Ben Needle, a teacher at Kell High School in East Cobb, represented the Cobb County School District when he spoke to more than 2,000 educators as the Teacher Keynote Speaker at the AVID Summer Institute in Orlando, Florida. Nearly 1,000 people enter […]
Watch four U.S. Olympic hopefuls get the surprise of a lifetime. One of these young athletes featured is Walton High School’s Tia Jones. A rising sophomore, Tia Jones set the national high school, world youth and world junior records in the prelims of 100m hurdles, finishing with a time of 12.84 at the USATF juniors. […]
Two Kell High School-turned-UGA track and field standouts will attempt to qualify for Rio next week. The best part of the story? They’re a brother-and-sister duo. >>CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO NOW! Your News, Your Pictures, Your Videos! If you have a video that you have taken that we may be interested in, you can […]
This Friday and Saturday, Johnson Ferry Baptist Church will host “An American Celebration” in honor of Independence Day.
The Sager children — Craig Sager, Krista Sager, and Lisa Sager Allen — who are all East Cobb natives, continue to support their father, sports broadcaster Craig Sager, Sr., in his fight against leukemia. Sager, Sr. is a lifelong Cubs fan and was asked to throw out the first pitch (wearing Ernie Banks #14) and […]
Last Sunday, June 5, a celebration service was held to honor retiring senior minister Rev. Randy Mickler for his 28 years of service to Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church. Randy has been in the ministry since 1972, the last 26 of those years as the senior pastor of Mt. Bethel UMC. Mt. Bethel is the […]
Spencer Wyckoff, 27, East Cobb native and son to local Sope Creek Elementary School 5th grade teacher Christiane Wyckoff, will be competing on NBC’s American Ninja Warrior on Wednesday, June 8 at 8:00 p.m. Spencer’s platform is to raise awareness for his younger sister, Carden Wyckoff, who has FSH Muscular Dystrophy. FSHD is a progressive […]