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All pictures throughout high school or earlier (funny, embarrassing, group pictures, etc.)
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Deadline to send in pictures is April 13th.
The Freight Depot Underground Atlanta
Saturday, March 28th – 8pm to 11pm.
March 17-19 for $65 a ticket
March 24-26 for $70 a ticket
Cash only; 7:45-8:10 in the Russell Hall museum
Each year, the Cobb Schools Foundation launches its annual campaign to schools, staff, students and families asking for just $5. Why? When you give a little, you give a lot!
Five (5) reasons to give just $5
I am asking for your help! If you give just $5, you will help more students and more teachers! Last year, they raised more than $50,000, the goal this year is $75,000. Keep in mind that a portion of our donation benefits our school or your child.
Please make your tax-deductible donation TODAY for McEachern High SchoolDonate securely online: https://ssl.4agoodcause.com/cobb/donation1.aspx?id=1&fundid=73
We need your help!
The Cobb County School District is again offering School Choice (HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the 2015-2016 school year. Individual school capacity information and applications will be available beginning February 1, 2015 on the District website. For more information, please see our 2015-16 School Choice webpage.
The McEachern High School 2014-2015 Class Supplies List is now available.
Cobb County would like to invite you to see our strategic chart toward student success.
District Direction for Continuous Improvement in Cobb
Project 2400 is an exclusive SAT Preparation course taught by The Princeton Review designed to help high school juniors increase their SAT score.
Average score increases from past Project 2400 classes from Practice Test 1 to Practice Test 3 have been approximately 170 points! Score improvement up to 760 points*.
*Results will vary with each individual student.
Project 2400 information Meeting
McEachern High School
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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The health and safety of our students and school staffs is our highest priority. As you know, national and international health authorities are currently working to manage an ongoing outbreak of the Ebola virus disease in several countries in West Africa.
Please read the attached letter below we have sent home with students.