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This Week's Marietta Matters Newsletter

 

September 26, 2014   

FEATURES

 

Marietta Middle School students selected as REACH Georgia Scholars

 
Five Marietta City Schools (MCS) students to the Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen (REACH) Georgia program, a needs-based scholarship designed to promote academic success and expand access to higher education. The Marietta Middle School students chosen to join REACH Georgia are Beatriz Coronado, Diego Grimaldo, Michelle Kariuki, Ifeoma Precious Ojiagbaje, and Barry Pierce.
 
As a part of the program, students signed contracts to maintain a certain grade point average, remain crime, drug, and behavior issue free and meet with a volunteer mentor until they graduate from high school. Their parents or guardians also signed contracts to support their student through their education.  Learn More
 

 

 MCS Students Exceeding Standards in CRCT

 

In 2014, 2,405 (61%) of Marietta City Schools students in grades 3-8 exceeded standards in one or more areas of the CRCT. These students will be congratulated in the Marietta Daily Journal on Saturday, September 27, 2014.

 Marietta Reads!

Marietta Reads! Kick-Off Scheduled for September 27, 10-2 on the Marietta Square

 

Marietta Reads! is a citywide effort to foster reading and literacy in our community. The purpose of this initiative is to encourage Marietta City School students to read more, read better and read widely. Research suggests that students who read improve vocabulary, develop an excellent background for future learning, improve academic performance, and develop a lifelong habit that will enrich experience. Learn More 

 

 Homecoming

Marietta High School Celebrates
Homecoming, October 17th

 

Marietta High School (MHS) Homecoming is scheduled for October 17th. The Homecoming Parade begins at 5:30pm and proceeds around the square, and then up Lemon St. and Polk St. to MHS. 
 
The Blue Devil Block Party will be held on the front lawn of Marietta Middle School at 5pm and continues until 7:30pm when the MHS football game begins.  The Block Party will feature live music and food trucks.  Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs and settle in for a happy homecoming reunion – MHS style. 

 Marietta Community School Activities

Registration is now open for the exciting activities at Marietta Community School. 

 

Advance your career and expand your hobbies or update your current skills with adult education classes in PowerPoint, Piano, and Self Defense to name a few. Take the road less traveled with the drivers education courses or have your students attend holiday camps with Monsters Inc University as the current theme! Other courses are offered, including information on how to buy your first home or drive your first car!

 

The Marietta Community School can help you learn what you need to know, enliven your creative side or just have fun. After school and before school care is offered at all of our schools as well! Explore your options with Marietta Community School now! Visit our website at www.mariettacommunityschool.com for more information and registration. 

 

 

 
 Mark Your Calendars
  • September 27        Marietta Reads! Kick-Off at Marietta Square
  • September 30        Education Forum at Turner Chapel AME Church
  • October 17             Blue Devil Block Party and Homecoming

The Board of Education of the City of Marietta does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or gender in its employment practices, student programs and dealings with the public.


Marietta City Schools
250 Howard Street
Marietta GA 30060
Email: mcspr@marietta-city.org

Phone: (770) 422-3500 
Fax: (770) 425-4095
Web: www.marietta-city.org