Department of School OperationsResponsible for the planning, operation, evaluation and improvement of the daily operations of Marietta City Schools, including but not limited to; implementation and annual revision of the behavior code; administration and supervision of school governance teams (SGTs); residency verification; school safety; administration of school social work program; design and implementation of special programs to complement the regular instructional program; development of the school calendar; testing and assessment; and review, planning, and implementation of the system’s summer school program.
Performance Learning Center at Woods-WilkinsThe Marietta Performance Learning Center (PLC) at Woods-Wilkins is an innovative partnership between Marietta City Schools and Communities in Schools of Marietta/Cobb County. The PLC serves students who are not succeeding in a traditional school setting or are one or more years behind their peers academically and desire to complete their graduation requirements in concert with their peers. The PLC maintains a business-like learning environment where students complete assignments using an integrated online and project-based curriculum that is aligned with the Georgia Performance Standards. In addition to their classroom work, PLC students engage in service learning projects, college and career planning and exploration, leadership development, and other enrichment activities, often working with mentors who serve the center.
For additional information contact:
Tammie Roach, Academic Coordinator
School Social Work ServicesSchool social workers are a vital link between the school and home, and work to promote the academic success of all students. School social workers are assigned to every school and are trained to utilize the resources of the community to meet the needs of students and their families. The school social worker is also charged with enforcing the Georgia Compulsory Attendance Law which may lead to court involvement if students fail to attend school regularly.
Responsible for the operation of all district technology applications, including computer hardware, software, and training/instruction of staff in use and maintenance of technology as appropriate.