Cobb County Student Gets Musical Opportunity
5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Blast Off
Plugging into the Fun
Grant Winners
New Online Resources Available
A New Partnership Brings New Opportunity
Transition Success Story
Pumpkin Fun!
Support on the Home Front
An Apple A Day
IEP Prep is a Team Effort
Helping CCSD Students Move Into Post-Secondary Life
Connecting from a Distance
“Fall”-ing In Love With Learning
Corporate Classroom Interns
Parent Mentors Offer Virtual Presentations, Ongoing Support
Learning, Literacy, Laughter and Love
Community Based Instruction Moves Online
Support You Can Count On
Parents Investigate Ways to Support Their Adult Children
Big Impact, Little Minds
Community Connections Brings the Fun to CCSD Families
Hip Hip Hooray! It's The 100th Day!
Former CCSD Students Recognized
2020: New Year, New Workshops & Stand-Out Events
Students Exploring Transition Services Program Gives Back to the Community
Keeping It Real
A Fair to Attend: Community Connections Brings the Fun
Pope High School Transition Academy Answers the Call
Where Do You Go Camping?
‘Safety First’ Event Provides Specialized Instruction
Transition Services and Psychological Services Partner to Provide a "Waiver Bee" at Osborne High School.
Baker's Bright & Bubbly Carwash
Special Education Parent Mentors Kick Off 2019-20 Programming
Special Education Parent Mentors Offer Yearlong Support
Unique Partnership
Cobb hosts the Metro Transition Consortium
Community Heroes
Transition Talk: Medicaid Waivers
Preschool Impact Grant
Aviation/ Pilot Collaboration Lesson
New Teacher Academy
Cobb Special Education Team Greets New Teachers!
Cobb Pros at GATE Conference
Assistive Tech for Complex Needs

Vision Screening
Did you know?
Since 2016 the “Screen Team” which consists of the East Cobb,
Smyrna Jonquil, Marietta and Atlanta Latino Lions Clubs has
provided over 41,000 vision screening for Cobb County School
students. Volunteers for the screening were Ray and Liz Moore, Jeff Budd, Henry Bohn, Frank Harper, Alice Harper, Bob Hennessey, Al Hernandez, Asgar Kachwalla, Jon Lichner, Gene McDuffie, Ed Ressler, Joanne Ressler, Normanie Ricks (and her father Norman Ricks), Bob Shaw, Ron Shelby, Don Webster, Jan Williams, David White, Steve Hughes, Nan Hughes from the Marietta Lions Club, Angela Weber, Zina Amini, Xavier Macias and his wife Lizbeth from the Atlanta Latino Lions Club.

We identify up to 6 different deficiencies compared to the 1 that
the previous testing method discovered. School staff determines if
the child has resources available for an exam and eye wear, as
needed. If none is available, our Foundation is committed to
providing that service. Over the past 4 years, we have assisted
over 250 children with an exam and eye wear.

The Sprayberry Adapted PE Super Bowl was a HUGE success!  The event was a collaborative effort of teachers, students, and even the competition cheerleading squad. The Assistant Principal, Lindsay Barnett, thanked the staff for creating an environment that gave the students an opportunity to perform skills they have been developing and engage in a fun activity on a stage that highlighted them as individuals. “Your efforts created a day that will surely be cemented in my memory for years to come, and I’m certain it was a true highlight of the year for the students.”  Sprayberry’s Alumni and Head Football Coach Brett Vavra was the special guest.  Coach Vavra met with the captains prior to kick off for the traditional coin toss.  The students beamed with pride as Vavra presented them with a 4-foot-high Super Bowl trophy concluding the 4th quarter!  All in all, the 1st annual Sprayberry Adapted PE Super Bowl encompassed the Cobb mission of One Team, One Goal: Student Success!

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