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Student Transcripts Request

Student Acceptable Use Guidelines (IFBG-E1)
Permission to Display Student Work
Permiso para Exibir el Trabajo del Estudiante

Marietta/Cobb Driver's Education

CRCT Study Guide

GHSGT Study Guides

Study Island
Web-based instruction,
practice, and assessment.

Study Island

Pathways to success

Contacts

Dr. Emily Lembeck
Superintendent
250 Howard Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (770) 422-3500, ext. 253

Dr. Dayton Hibbs
Associate Superintendent
250 Howard Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (770) 422-3500, ext. 268

Jody Drum
Assistant Superintendent for Special Services
250-B Howard Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (770) 422-3500, ext. 238

Jill Sims
Executive Director, Curriculum and Instruction
250 Howard Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (770) 422-3500, ext. 228

Mark Lindstrom
Director of Transportation
145 Dodd Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (770) 429-3110, ext. 103

Cindy Culver
Director of School Nutrition
145 Dodd Street
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (770) 429-3107, ext. 114

Student Resources

Welcome to the Marietta City Schools Student Resource Center! This page has numerous online resources and other helpful information.

Marietta City Schools wants to partner with you to provide all students with a positive and enriching educational experience.

News

GA S.H.A.P.E. MCS Begins Statewide Physical Fitness Assessment, Jan. – Apr. 2012
Beginning in January 2012, all Marietta City School students in grades 1 -12, enrolled in a physical education class taught by a certified physical education teacher, will begin undergoing Georgia SHAPE - a mandated annual fitness assessment launched by Governor Nathan Deal in May 2011. Aggregate fitness assessment results are reported to the Georgia Department of Education, and individual results for students in grades 4 – 12 are provided confidentially to parents. There will be no release of data or information that can be identified with, or linked to, a specific child.
Information for Parents
MCS Student Sexual Harassment Training
In accordance with Board Policy JAEB, Marietta City Schools (MCS) is required to conduct age-appropriate training and education for all students (grades PreK-12) regarding what constitutes sexual harassment, the school district's policy and disciplinary consequences for violating the policy, and procedures for reporting student sexual harassment. Preventing and remedying student sexual harassment in schools is essential to ensure a nondiscriminatory, safe environment in which all students can learn.
Parent Letter
Training Presentation (Grades 7-12)

Academics

State Phases Out Graduation Test
The State Board of Education recently approved State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge's plan to phase out the Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT). Students who enter high school in fall 2011 will no longer take the GHSGT in English, math, social studies and science, in order to graduate. This new plan will require students to pass all required courses, and the End-of-Course Tests (EOCT) will now count 20% of a student's final grade, rather than the current 15% weight.
Move On When Ready Program
The Move On When Ready Program (MOWR) is a dual enrollment opportunity for Marietta High School students to attend a postsecondary institution on a full-time basis during their junior and/or senior year of high school.
Changes to Grades 9-12 Math Courses
Implementation of the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS) math curriculum at Marietta High School began in 2008-09.

Financial Aid

About GAcollege411.org
GAcollege411GAcollege411.org, a free and powerful online resource for Georgians pursuing higher education is the official source for all information regarding state scholarships, grants, loans and other financial services. This powerful online resource is a one-stop shop that helps Georgians plan, apply and pay for college. GAcollege411 is a free service of the State of Georgia provided by the Georgia Student Finance Commission and many of its partners. For more information, visit  www.GAcollege411.org.

School and Internet Safety

School Bus SafetyBus Safety Is Every Student's Responsibility
According to The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), "School buses remain one of the safest forms of transportation in the United States." However, proper student behavior while on the bus leads to a safe environment for everyone and plays an important role in bus safety.

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Student Organizations

We believe organizational involvement empowers
students. Therefore, we provide opportunities, resources and support so that students become educated and enlightened citizens who lead meaningful and productive lives.

Joining a student organization gives you opportunities to expand and enhance your overall educational experience, improve your social life, gain self confidence, acquire leadership skills and learn how to function as a member of a group or a team. Check out the various student organizations offered and Get Involved!