Academic Achievement and Programs

Contacts

Office of Academic Achievement and Programs

  • The Office of Academic Achievement and Programs oversees curriculum, instruction, assessment, technology, and special programs and is led by Deputy Superintendent, Dr. Belinda Walters-Brazile. Overseeing the Office of Academic Achievement is Executive Director, Dr. Jennifer Hernandez. In her role, Dr. Hernandez is responsible for all areas of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and technology. Supporting this important work are eight Academic Coordinators and three Science of Reading Facilitators that liaise between the district office and local schools. Mr. Jeffrey Mosley, Executive Director of Academic Programs, is responsible for areas such as ESOL, gifted, IB, and EIP. Additional personnel in the Office of Academic Achievement and Programs also assist with effective and efficient leadership and support across all district schools. Dr. Brittney Wilson, Executive Director of Innovative Practices, oversees school governance, charter, policy, and federal programs. The Office is committed to providing an instructional program that supports academic achievement for all students in the Marietta City Schools’ community.

Academic Notes

College and Career Academy

  • Career and Technical Education Programs

    Marietta City Schools offers the following career and technical education programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, sex or disability in grades 9-12:

    Aerospace Science Leadership (JROTC)
    Architectural Drawing and Design
    Audio-Video, Technology and Film
    Biotechnology Research and Development
    Certified Nursing Assistant
    Computer Science
    Construction/Carpentry
    Criminal Investigations
    Culinary Arts
    Early Childhood Care and Education
    Emergency Medical Responder
    Engineering Drafting and Design
    Entrepreneurship
    Game Design
    Graphic Design
    Graphic Communication
    Marketing Communications and Promotions
    Nutrition and Food Science
    Public Safety Communications
    Sports Medicine
    Work-Based Learning/Youth Apprenticeship

    For general information about these programs, contact:
    Julie A. O’Meara, Ed.S.
    CEO and CTAE Director
    770-428-2631, ext. 5056

    Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:
    Dr. Brittney Wilson
    Executive Director of Innovative Practices
    250 Howard Street
    Marietta, GA  30060

Digital Learning Resources

  • Testing Blueprints

    Read more about Testing Blueprints here.

     

    School Social Workers

    School social workers are a vital part of the educational process by using their expertise to promote the healthy development of the whole child and assist students and parents in obtaining the help and resources available to achieve their goals. Not only do they collaborate with the entire educational staff to remove barriers to academic success but they provide direct and indirect services to address issues including social, emotional, and mental health. They also work with various community agencies to provide tools for students and their families to function and be productive in every phase of school and social life.

     

     Attendance Requirements 

     School Social Work Services

    End of Year Community Resources

     

     

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