Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015, provides funding to school districts to help ensure that all children, particularly those who are most academically at-risk, meet challenging state academic standards. Schools participating in the Title I program receive funds based on the percentage of students qualifying for free or reduced-price school meals. Title I programs are designed to ensure high standards for all, increase quality instructional time, improve instruction through professional development, enhance family participation in the educational process and afford schools the opportunity to provide additional educational resources for the most at-risk students.

Forty-six schools within Cobb County School District receive Title I services. Of these, 31 are elementary schools, 11 are middle schools, three are high schools, and one is a residential treatment facility school. All 46 schools offer a schoolwide program where all students, teachers, and families benefit from the supplemental resources and support provided by Title I. In a targeted assistance program, funding can only be used to support students identified as most academically at-risk, their families, and the teachers who serve them. Currently, there is one targeted assistance programs in CCSD.

Each Title I school has a parent liaison or someone who assumes those responsibilities who will support families in promoting the academic achievement of students. Workshops and schoolwide events are offered to build the capacity of families to support their children academically. The local school’s Parent Resource Center offers resources and materials for families to checkout for use at home. Please visit the school’s website to view the dates and times of workshops and schoolwide events.

Georgia DOE 2015-16 Title I Reward Schools

The Reward School recognition is based among the 10% of the state’s Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years on the statewide assessments. Cobb County School District has four schools that have been designated as Reward Schools. Congratulations to:

Dowell Elementary School
Christine Dinizio, Principal
Griffin Middle School
Paul Gillihan, Principal
Cooper Middle School
Dr. Vanessa Watkins, Principal
Tapp Middle School
Dr. Tony Wilcher, Principal

Tiffany Honore´
Director of Title I
Email

Debra Scott
Secretary
P: 678.581.6829
Email

Ladonna Strickland
Administrative Assistant
P: 770.437.5932
Email

Natalie Hutchins
Engage I Supervisor
770-437-5932 | Email

Delores Thompson
Title I Supervisor
770-437-5932 | Email

Brenda Degioanni
Homeless Liaison Coordinator
678-503-0173 | Email

Lou Ferretti
Title I Supervisor
770-437-5932 | Email

Jo Hunsucker
Title I Support
770-437-5932 | Email

Cheryl Johnson
Title I Supervisor
770-437-5932 | Email

Anita McCurley
Homeless Liaison Coordinator
678-503-0173 | Email

James Milliman
Title I Supervisor
770-437-5932 | Email

Dayna Parker
Homeless Liaison Coordinator
678-503-0173 | Email

Tammi Rome
Grant Technician
770-437-5933 | Email

Suzanne Webb
HEP Support
678-503-0173 | Email

Fran White
Title I Supervisor
770-437-5932 | Email

Program Areas

You Are Invited!
The Cobb County School District Federal Programs (Title I, II, III, IDEA and Carl D. Perkins) invites the public, parents, staff, and students to give input on federally funded programs. Title I, Title II, Title III, Carl D. Perkins and IDEA seek input on the use of funds as well as the development of the Comprehensive Local Education Agency Improvement Plan (CLIP). Additionally, you are invited to give input on Homeless Program services and the revision to the Title I Parental Involvement Policy.
The date is June 13, 2017, from 4:00 to 5:00 PM at Rose Garden, 1870 Teasley Rd., Smyrna, GA 30080
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Every Title I school has made Assurances that consist of the following components:
  • A comprehensive needs assessment of the school
  • Proven methods and strategies for student learning, teaching, and school management based on scientific research and effective practices
  • Instruction by highly qualified teachers
  • High quality, ongoing, professional development based on scientifically based research for teachers, principals, and paraprofessionals
  • Strategies to attract high-quality, highly qualified teachers to high need schools
  • Strategies to increase parent involvement, such as family literacy services
  • Plans for assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs. Measures to include teachers in decisions regarding the use of academic assessments
  • Activities to ensure that student having difficulty mastering the proficient or advanced levels of academic achievement standards shall be provided with effective, timely, additional assistance
  • Coordination and integration of federal, state, and local services and programs

Acworth

2420 Spring Road, Smyrna, 30080
678-842-6800

Argyle

2420 Spring Road, Smyrna, 30080
678-842-6800

Austell

5600 Mulberry Street, Austell, 30106
770-819-5804

Belmont Hills

605 Glendale Place, Smyrna, 30080
678-842-6810

 

Birney

775 Smyrna-Powder Springs St., Marietta, 30060
678-842-6824

 

Brumby

1306 Powers Ferry Road, Marietta, 30067
770-916-7070

 

Bryant

6800 Factory Shoals Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2402

 

Clarkdale

4725 Ewing Road, Austell, 30106
770-819-2422

 

Clay

730 Boggs Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2430

 

Compton

3450 New Macland Road. Powder Springs, 30127
770.222.3700

 

Dowell

2121 West Sandtown Road, Marietta, 30064
678-594-8059

 

Fair Oaks

407 Barber Road, Marietta, 30060
678-594-8080

 

Green Acres

2000 Gober Avenue, Smyrna, 30080
678-842-6905

 

Harmony Leland

5891 Dodgen Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2483

 

Hayes

1501 Kennesaw-Due W. Rd., Kennesaw, 30152
678-594-8127

 

Hendricks

5243 Meadows Road, Powder Springs, 30127
770-819-2387

 

Hollydale

2901 Bay Berry Drive, Marietta, 30008
678-594-8143

 

LaBelle

230 Cresson Drive, Marietta, 30060
678-842-6955

 

Mableton

5220 Church Street, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2513

 

McCall

4496 Dixie Avenue, Acworth, 30101
770 975-6775

 

Milford

2390 Austell Road, Marietta, 30008
678-842-6966

 

Norton Park

3041 Gray Road, Smyrna, 30082
678-842-5833

 

Powder Springs

4570 Grady Grier Drive, Powder Springs, 30127
770-222-3746

 

Powers Ferry

403 Powers Ferry Road, Marietta, 30067
770-578-7936

 

Riverside Intermediate

285 South Gordon Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2553

 

Riverside Primary

461 South Gordon Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-5851

 

Russell

3920 South Hurt Road, Smyrna, 30082
770-437-5937

 

Sanders

1550 Anderson Mill Road SW, Austell, 30106
770-819-2568

 

Sedalia Park

2230 Lower Roswell Road, Marietta, 30068
770-509-5162

 

Smyrna

1099 Fleming Street, Smyrna, 30080
678-842-6741

 

Barber

4222 Cantrell Road, Acworth, 30101
770-975-6764

Campbell

3295 Atlanta Road, SE, Smyrna, 30080
678-842-6873

Cooper

4605 Ewing Road, Austell, 30106
770-819-2438

East Cobb

380 Holt Road, Marietta, 30068
770-578-2740

Floyd

4803 Floyd Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2453

Garrett

5235 Austell-Pwdr Sprgs Rd., Austell, 30106
770-819-2466

 

 Griffin

4010 King Springs Rd., Smyrna, 30082
678-842-6917

 

 Lindley

50 Veterans Mem. Highway, Mableton, 30126
770.819.2496

 Lindley 6th Grade Academy

1550 Pebblebrook Circle, Mableton, 30126
770.819.2414

 Smitha

2025 Powder Springs Road, Marietta, 30064
678-594-8267

 

 Tapp

3900 Macedonia Road, Powder Springs, 30127
770-222-3758
2451 Favor Road, Marietta, 30060
770-437-5900

 

991 Old Alabama Road, Mableton, 30126
770-819-2521

 

1920 Clay Road, Austell, 30106
770-819-2611

Devereaux Ackerman Academy

1291 Stanley Rd, Kennesaw, 30152
770-427-0147

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