Partners in Education

  • Partners in Education (PIE) is sponsored by the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, the Marietta City Schools system and the Cobb County School System. The PIE program is designed to establish a voluntary relationship between a business/organization and a school in order to:
    • Support and enrich the education of students;
    • Encourage and support school faculty and staff;
    • Promote community strength and identify needs; and
    • Provide business employees and organization members the opportunity to identify the successes and needs of the public school systems.
    Marietta City Schools appreciates the contributions of these community businesses and organizations that help make our schools a better place to learn and work.
     

    Interested in becoming a Partner in Education?

    If you are interested in becoming a Marietta City Schools Partner In Education, please contact Austin Riley at the Cobb Chamber of Commerce at (770) 859-2374 or ariley@cobbchamber.org

Park Street Partners in Education

  • 100 Black Men of North Metro, Inc.
    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Rho Zeta Omega Chapter
    Horace Mann Insurance
    Marietta Power & Water
    StoneBridge Church 
    Wellstar/Kennestone HR
    Zaxby's


    Additional Collaborating Partners

    First Baptist Church of Marietta
    Kiwanis Club of Marietta, Inc.
    Marietta First United Methodist Church
    Marietta Schools Foundation 
    Providence Community Baptist Church 
    Bridgepoint Church
    Rotary Club of Marietta 
    The Home Depot Team
    Veterans of Foreign War (VFW), Rainbow Post 2681

     

Partners in Action Across MCS

PIE Contacts

PIE Resources

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    Marietta City Schools Supports Get Georgia Reading.

    Get Georgia Reading Get Georgia Reading Campaign partners developed a clearly defined common agenda to create the conditions for every child in Georgia to become a proficient reader by the end of third grade. Find out more about the process used by our partners to create the Campaign’s common agenda, which consists of four research-based pillars that work together to provide a platform for success.