This Week's Marietta Matters Newsletter



May 15, 2015



Marietta Sixth Grade Academy Achieves STEM Certification

 Marietta Sixth Grade Academy earned the designation of being a Georgia STEM (Science, Georgia STEMTechnology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Certified Program. This makes it the third middle school and 18th school in Georgia to hold this certification. More>>



Good News You Can Use

Marietta City Schools Honors 29 Retirees 


Dr. Emily Lembeck thanked the retirees for their service at the beginning of the luncheon. 


“This is a special celebration. In some cases, it’s very bittersweet for us that remain in the school system. Some are saying, ‘Gosh, I wish it was me,’ but others are saying — like me and our staff and principals — ‘We’re really going to miss you. You’ve made a tremendous contribution to our school district.’” More from the Marietta Daily Journal>>  

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>>


 Mark Your Calendars

  • May 18, 2015               MHS PTSA Senior Honors Night
  • May 20, 2015               MHS Baccalaureate Program
  • May 21, 2015               ESOL Exit Celebration
  • May 22, 2015               Last Day of School
  • May 23, 2015               MHS Graduation
  • May 26, 2015               TOTY and Employee Awards Banquet


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