The Cobb Schools Foundation is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to supporting, rewarding and enhancing educational opportunities for Cobb County School District staff and students by:
• Recognizing and rewarding excellence in teaching and learning
• Promoting innovative instruction through grants to our teachers and schools
• Ensuring a successful educational environment.
News & Updates
Pig Tales Writing Competition Announcing an exciting new writing competition from the City of
Kennesaw Parks & Recreation Department and Cobb Schools Foundation. Read More
Cobb Schools Foundation & Promethean 2013 Cobb Schools Foundation Scholarship Recipients Each year, the Foundation awards 2-$1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors at each of the 16 high schools in Cobb County School District. Scholarships are based on academics, extracurricular activities and leadership. The recipients will be honored at the Cobb County Board of Education meeting Read More
8th Annual Homecoming Classic @ Brookstone Country Club
2012 Educational IMPACT Grants The Cobb Schools Foundation is dedicated to advancing academic excellence in Cobb. We are looking to support innovative and creative ideas in teaching and learning. Through public support, we are able to make funds available for Educational IMPACT Grants to teachers. Grants awarded up to $2,500. Read More
Order your official 'Support Cobb Schools' license plate today! The Cobb Schools Foundation is excited to announce that we have received approval from the Georgia Department of Revenue and the Department of Motor Vehicles to offer an official "Support Cobb Schools" license plate! We need to sell at least 1,000 license plates before the plate can be manufactured. Read More
GIMME 5 Campaign Payroll Deduction Form Did you know the Cobb Schools Foundation funds scholarships for students, grants for teachers, and makes donations for special projects? Last year, the Cobb Schools Foundation granted over $30,000 in scholarships, over $20,000 in teacher grants, and over $7,000 in funds for ASP. These are just a few examples of what the foundation accomplishes with donations made from people just like you. Read More
Floyd MS on Kicks 101.5: Make your Monday Ms. Collins is an art teacher at Floyd Middle School, in Cobb county, heading up a fantastic project and event for her students . . . Click to Listen
2011 IMPACT Grant Winners Announced Congratulations to all of the 2011 IMPACT grant winners. The Cobb Schools Foundation awarded over $18,000 worth of grants to teachers this year. Read More & Watch Video
2011-2012 Classified Employees Recognized For Support to Schools The Cobb Schools Foundation, along with Carraba's Italian Grill, sponsors the celebratory luncheon for the Classified Employee of the Year recipients. Each recipient is recognized on stage and has the opportunity to shake hands and have a photo taken with the
Supertindent. Read More
Michael D. Powell Achievement Award Grant
The Michael D. Powell Achievement Award is granted to three students: one elementary, one middle school and one high school.
The $250 award is based on citizenship, achievement and attendance. A HAVEN Academy staff member must recommend the applicant with a letter of recommendation indicating the candidate’s strong points, and why he/she should receive this award. Read
Gimme 5 for Education! Annual Campaign kicks off January 31! Please help support Cobb Schools Foundation by donating just $5 (or more!) to our "Gimme 5 for Education" campaign. Proceeds help to provide scholarships for graduating seniors, grants for our teachers, After School Program scholarships for kids in need, and so many more programs and projects supported by the Foundation within our schools!
Donate today online or at your child's school! Cobb County School District employees can also donate by payroll deduction. All donations are tax-deductible.
Give a Little. Help a Lot! Donate today and support our schools! Read More