This Week's Marietta Matters Newsletter



May 29, 2015



Marietta City Schools Celebrates

Teachers & Employees,

Names 2016 Teacher Of The Year

Pictured Above - Superintendent Dr. Emily Lembeck and the 2016 Teacher of the Year Julie Pinto, Math Teacher at Marietta High School


Marietta City Schools (MCS) honored teachers and school system employees during its annual awards celebration. Julie Pinto, a math teacher aMarietta High School (MHS) was named the 2016 System Teacher of the Year. Dr. Emily Lembeck, MCS Superintendent, made the announcement at the district's Annual Teacher of the Year and Employee Awards Ceremony held May 26, 2015.
Other Award categories presented included the 2015 Customer Service Excellence Award presented to Hickory Hills Elementary School, and the Employee of the Year Award presented to Leon Grant, pre-engineering teacher at MHS (pictured to the left)More>> 

Congratulations to Marietta High School Class of 2015

Marietta City Schools is proud of the accomplishments of the graduating Class of 2015.


The Class of 2015:

  • is the second largest graduating class in MHS history, with 390 graduates;
  • has the second highest number and percentage of full International Baccalaureate (IB) candidates, and the highest percentage of graduating class members seeking a variety of IB certifications. This includes 52 full IB Diploma candidates, 13 IB Career Certificate Candidates, and 10 IB Diploma Course students (total of 75 = 19% of graduating class); 
  •  includes Governors Honor Program Participants in literature and drama;
  • received six Military Academy Appointments – Colton Atkinson, Juanita Londono, and Harry McMahon. Each of these students received two appointments each. Colton selected the US Coast Guard, Juanita selected the US Airforce Academy Preparatory School; and Harry selected the US Airforce Academy;
  • gained numerous additional college acceptances including the College of William and Mary, University of Notre Dame, Vanderbilt, St. Andrews in Scotland, Johnson and Wales, Hampton University, Howard University, St. John’s University, Vanderbilt University, and 133 other colleges and universities;
  • has 109 individual seniors who earned 117 national credentials in their career pathways;
  • won three State Championships with two individual state champions –  Cross Country, Mary Jeanne Assinzo (3 individual state titles) and Tyler Harper (3 individual state titles);
  • won two Region Championships – Boys Cross-Country and Boys Track;
  • has 12 individual students attending college on athletic scholarships.


Resourceful Information


Marietta Community School Summer Enrichment Camps

Looking for a summer camp? Find the right camp to keep your children busy and enlightened. This summer we have a wide variety of enrichment camps that will not only entertain your children but engage them from an educational standpoint at the same time. Enrollment is currently open and can be completed online, by phone 770-429-3170 ext. 3306 or by Fax 770-429-3178. Our offerings include, but are not limited to, Art around the world, Basketball, Dance, Math, Chess, Robotics, Taekwondo and more!

Enrichment camps are open to everyone! Enroll today! More>>

MAY 2015

Available Online


 Mark Your Calendars

  • June 3, 2015               Partners In Education Summit
  • August 5, 2015            First Day of School


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