First day of school: Cobb’s Teachers of the Year talk about what to expect
by Michelle Babcock
August 02, 2015 11:30 PM | 0 0 comments | 31 31 recommendations | email to a friend
MARIETTA — The Cobb County School District, the second largest district in the state, is expected to welcome back more than 111,450 students today in its 114 schools. More than 13,500 employees, including over 7,000 teachers, will welcome students back to class for elementary, middle and high school. High school Teacher of the Year, 1st Sgt. Kathryn Burns, said incoming freshmen may feel overwhelmed with their new surroundings, but said...
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Leadership Cobb recognizes 2015 graduates
Leadership Cobb, the Cobb Chamber’s 10-month immersive leadership development and community education program recognized the Class of 2015 graduates at First Monday Breakfast on July 13, ...
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Helping others help others: Marietta native and ‘Voice’ finalist works with nonprofit to send youth on mission trips
Everyone loves a “hometown boy done good” story, but in the case of Phillip “Pip” Arnold, the hometown hero is giving back to the community and beyond in a big way. Pip, a Marietta native, first ga...
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The Agitator #179: The balsa wood candidate, Part 2
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This week’s Time Capsule looks at Leo Frank, a potential Lockheed strike, a drive-by shootin...
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Images from the recent GALEO fundraiser breakfast gala as described in my MDJ column today: ...
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Presidential Election
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If the presidential election were today, who would you vote for?