Give Our Schools A Hand (GOSH)

The Cobb Chamber of Commerce is proud to be celebrating 25 years of Give Our Schools a Hand.

Originated in 1988, the purpose of GOSH is not only to show appreciation for teachers in the community, but also to encourage area businesses, parents, and civic groups to take an active role in enhancing the quality of education. Held annually, GOSH is a celebration that honors more than 130 Teachers of the Year from Cobb County, Marietta City and post-secondary education systems. This salute to public education is one of the largest in the nation.


Glover Park on the Marietta Square
10:30 a.m. Handprint Unveiling Ceremony for the two system's Teachers of the Year

TOTY Julie Pinto Teacher of the Year Hand Print
Teacher of the Year Julie Pinto
TOTY Handprint Ceremony, Oct. 1
Julie Pinto, the Marietta City Schools district Teacher of the Year (TOTY) unveiled her handprints in the Teacher Walk of Honor on the Marietta Square, during the 27th annual Cobb County and Marietta City District Teachers of the Year Handprint Ceremony. Pinto teaches mathematics at Marietta High School.
pdf MDJ Article

2015 TOTY Handprint Ceremony

Tuesday October 27
Roswell Street Baptist Church
9 a.m. Teachers of the Year Celebration Breakfast
11 a.m. Pep Rally with special recognition of all Teachers of the Year
 pdf MDJ Article

2015 TOTY Pep Rally

Monday, November 2
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
7:30 a.m. The Cobb Chamber’s First Monday Breakfast.
Chamber will highlight education and introduce the two system’s Teachers of the Year.