Marietta City Schools would like to thank the Atlanta Area Council of Boy Scouts of America for their generous donation to the Marietta Community School. On the last day of the district’s pre-planning, the Council treated 200 children and 35 Marietta Community School employees to a fun-filled day in Atlanta. The day included charter buses to the Georgia Aquarium, a picnic lunch outside the aquarium, and an afternoon tour of the World of Coke. At the end of the day, the participants were also sent home with a small gift.
The Atlanta Area Council has also been providing in-kind programming for summer and holiday camps. Additionally, they run a successful Scoutreach program in MCS, which aims to remove barriers to ensure all youth have the opportunity to join a scouting program.
The Marietta Rotary Club
Marietta City Schools would like to thank the Marietta Rotary Club for its partnership with the district. This partnership includes their sponsorship of the Marietta Adapted Games, their second year being the event’s premiere sponsor.
The Marietta Adapted Games provides students with disabilities opportunities to engage in non-competitive events with their peers while being supported and encouraged by parents, students, teachers, and community members.
Atlanta United Partnership
Marietta City Schools would like to thank Atlanta United for its partnership with the district to provide free soccer camps to students. In the spring and fall, Atlanta United offered free camps to all elementary students in the district. During these camps, students learned the rules of soccer, practiced drills and techniques, worked with professional coaches, and had the opportunity to meet Atlanta United players.
Marietta City Schools would like to thank SA Recycling for its partnership with the district. This partnership includes the company's generous donation to the Lunch Angels program.
This program allows the community to help cover the costs of school meals for students who have not qualified to receive a free or reduced-price lunch but still might have trouble paying for a meal every day.