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Marietta District and Curriculum

The Marietta School District is located in the Cobb County School System. In Cobb County the English Language Arts program is designed to nurture literacy skills through a performance-based curriculum that is very diverse, the mission of Cobb County Schools is to enable all students to accomplish their goals allowing them function productively in our changing and global society.

We currently cover the following Marietta-area school district: Cobb County School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Marietta District Curriculum

The Cobb County School Districts program of Mathematical and Scientific studies strives to provide experience-based curriculum that will engage the students by challenging them to develop proficiency across many mathematics topics by emphasizing problem solving strategies. Literacy in mathematics is a vital part of everyday life that will allow students to analyze and problem solve with great ease. Accelerated Math courses are available in middle school through high school.

The district wide Social Studies program is committed to guaranteeing that by graduation each and every student possesses literacy skills in history, geography, politics, and economics. Beginning in Kindergarten students learn about patriotic symbols and holidays that we as a society celebrate to current issues and their impact on the future world the students will live in as adults. During high school the Social Studies classes require that students evaluate multifaceted social issues that exist in our world. Students need to be able to have a strong understanding of where we have been as a society and the ability to react and understand issues they will face in the future.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Marietta Educational News

  • On the Road Again - Lassiter High School Marching Trojan Band is going places. The 225 member band will be performing in Pasadena California at the Tournament of Roses Parade. The five mile parade route will be a massive stage in which the band can demonstrate its superior skills and precision. This performance will be the Trojan Band's fourth such appearance in the Rose Parade which alone is an outstanding achievement. Nearly one billion people from many different countries will be watching this coming year's parade. Only the most successful bands were chosen. Only 18 Marching Bands were selected from across America. This is a prestigious honor by any measure.
  • And the Bronze goes to Blackwell Elementary School - The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded Blackwell Elementary School the bronze School Award for providing healthier school food choices. There are only 4000 recipients out of over 120,000 schools across America to ever achieve this award. The students participate in several different fitness programs and each Homeroom class has a garden plot that is used as an instructional project to help educate the children. The school also offers education to parents so that they can help their child make good choices while also ensuring that they are eating quality food that is pivotal to growth and healthy development.
  • Certification and Recognition - Cobb County School Districts magnet school the Wheeler High School Center for Advanced Studies in Science, Mathematics, and Technology as received its STEM certification. This is the fifth school throughout the state of Georgia to earn the prestigious honor of STEM certification. This certification is reserved for Schools that offer a comprehensive program encompassing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics that either meet or exceed the specific curriculum requirements that include career pathways, partnerships with local businesses, comprehensive testing and assessments as well as ongoing and rigorous teacher training opportunities. This schools program focuses on engaging its students in challenging and stimulating course work in the areas of engineering and biotechnology. During their senior year the students participate in an internship and research experience with various different career paths and industries.

Marietta Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Tips for Communicating with Adolescents

During your child's adolescence they will be faced with situations and choices that you will have never faced. Many times as a parent you want to dictate how your child should respond to these issues. The best tool that you have is to keep the lines of communication open. Allow your child to talk to you and show interest in what they do. Even if you dislike the things they like find something positive about it. This is in no way saying don't be the parent and make rules. Realistically rules are vital to your child's well-being. Rules are a part of society no matter your age and children need to know that there are consequences to their actions. You can make rules and still be able to communicate openly with your child. They have friends and what they need is parental guidance. Try finding activities that you can do with your child. Talk about your day and ask and actually listen when they talk about their day. Let them speak freely and openly with you. If you don't like what they are saying or feeling and you react negatively that will be the last time they talk to you openly. If you disagree with them express that compassionately. You will find that with just a little practice you and your child will be communicating well.

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