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Did you know current kindergarten students will graduate in the year 2026! What will our schools look like then? Will schools have the same structure that they do now? Will parents play a larger role in their local schools? What about class sizes, finances, and school culture? All of these are considerations as the Cobb County School District looks at future options. Please join us for a community conversation to talk about the future of our schools and our school district at one of four upcoming Vision 2026 public forums. The first forum will be held at Campbell High School in Smyrna on November 18th, followed by South Cobb High School on November 21st, Kennesaw Mountain High School on December 3rd, and Lassiter High School on December 5th. All public forums will begin at 6.30 p.m. and will take place in the school theaters. We hope to see you there! Your input is critical to this process.
Jr Parent Breakfast was held on Nov 9th with great info for parents of juniors – this handout is a summary of the information that was discussed.
The link below provides information for rising 9th grade students and their parents.
Order your Yearbook online by going to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use the Order Number 0137.
Parents it’s that time of the year again when the Georgia Student Health Survey is open for all students grades 9-12.The survey will be administered to students January through February. This survey is an anonymous, statewide survey that identifies safety and health issues that might have a negative impact on students achievement. Included on the survey are questions about school climate and safety, dropping out of school, alcohol and drug use, bulling and harassment, suicide, nutrition, sedentary behaviors, and teen driving laws and practices. This survey takes about 20 minutes to complete. Students can opt out of the survey without negative consequences at the time the survey is administered by having a parent complete the Passive Parental Permission Form that may be printed from the following links and returned to the school.