Wednesday, May 16, 2012
As Associate Superintendent Hibbs will assist with all facets of Marietta school district management and supervise curriculum and instruction, operations, technology and assessment.
The Board of Education of the City of Marietta has named Dayton Hibbs, the current Assistant Superintendent for Operations, Technology and Assessment, as the new Associate Superintendent for Marietta City Schools. Hibbs will serve on the Superintendent’s Cabinet and will officially assume the post June 1. “Dayton brings eight years direct administrative experience at the elementary, middle and high school level, as well as expertise in the areas of start-up Charter School administration, educational technology and curriculum development,” said Emily Lembeck, MCS Superintendent, in a press release. “As Associate Superintendent he will assist with all facets of school district management, and supervise curriculum and instruction, operations…
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Mika Sterling worked tirelessly so that Marietta school buses could accommodate an additional 500 to 600 students at the start of the school year.
The Marietta City Schools student of the month, teacher of the month and 2011 Georgia School Bus Safety Poster contest winners were honored at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday. Fallon Robinson, a fifth grader at AL Burruss Elementary was named student of the month for October. Robinson has had straight A's since she joined the school in second grade. She is an avid reader, a member of Burruss Beavers in Harmony, on the reading bowl and math bowl teams and studies gymnastics. Robinson also spends her time helping others. She donates clothes and collects pop tabs for Ronaold McDonald House. She was presented with an award certificate and given a gift certificate to the Marietta Pizza Company. The student of the month is chosen from …
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The Marietta City Schools Board of Education will meet Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Marietta City Schools Board of Education's regular monthly meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the central office. The Marietta City Schools student and employee of the month as well as the 2011 Bus Safety Poster Contest winners will be recognized. The revised school calendar will be discussed. The agenda follows: 1.01 Call to Order and Welcome 2.01 Executive Session 3.01 Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance 4.01 Approval of Minutes 5.01 Adoption of Agenda 6.01 Public Comment 7. Consent Agenda 7.01 Approval of Proposed, Revised Policy JDD/JDE of JCDA 7.02 Approval of Proposed, Revised Policies BBBB and BCBL, Proposed New Policy BHAA and Proposed, Repeal of Policy BBBC 7.03 Approval to Declare Equipment as Surplus 7.04 Approval to Declare Old…
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
The estimated one-time cost to the school district is $420,000 to $450,000.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
In a vote of 7 to 0 on Tuesday, The Board of Education of the city of Marietta voted 7-0 Tuesday to award all eligible Marietta City Schools employees a special one-time payment equal to 1 percent on their base (state and local) salary. The compensation will be paid in the October payroll. The estimated one-time cost to the school district is $420,000 to $450,000. “For some time now, the board has wanted to extend to employees some type of compensation relief," Emily Lembeck, the Marietta City Schools superintendent, said in a press release. "The board realizes that over the last three years school employees have continued to add out-of-pocket support for students and their classrooms and have increased responsibilities related to …
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
A meeting to discuss driver's education curriculum, field trips, equipment, the school calendar, a research project, employee compensation, an election and a student tribunal appeal will be held Tuesday.
Marietta City Schools Board of Education will have a work session/special called meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the central office. On the Agenda:
Monday, May 9, 2011
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Friday, January 7, 2011
Friends, family and supporters celebrate the swearing in of Kathleen Angelucci, Scott Sweeney and Tim Stultz – Cobb County’s newest Board of Education members.
Appetizers, fruit and desserts donated by friends of the new board members welcomed guests to the celebratory atmosphere. Cameras clicked frequently, handshakes came easily and hugs were the norm as family, friends and supporters of Tim Stultz, Kathleen Angelucci and Scott Sweeney rejoiced in the swearing-in ceremonies of the Cobb County Board of Education members representing Posts 2, 4 and 6 Thursday night at the district’s Central Office. “I’m looking forward to working with them and sitting down with each of them individually,” retiring Superintendent Fred Sanderson said. “We’ll continue to work on academic achievement like we have for the last five years. Change is always exciting to me. It’s a chance to look at things differently and…