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Amazon Smile Program

When you shop Amazon, go to and enter Mountain View ES PTA as your charitable organization; 0.5% of the purchase price will be donated to your MVES PTA. (Purchase must be on to be eligible.)


Kroger Community Rewards

Link your Kroger Plus Card HERE to the Community Rewards Program and earn money for our school with every purchase, every time! MVES is easy to find... #43266!! Kroger’s Atlanta Division customers are eligible to re-enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards program on an annual basis, Sept-August.


Publix Partners

Pick up your Publix Key Fob in the front office. Then give it to the cashier when checking out. Publix paid MVES over $1,850 in 2014-2015.



New date: 3/28 @ 7:20am

Hi parents! The Walk to School Day scheduled for this Wednesday has been
postponed due to the chance of freezing temperatures.
The new date is set for Wednesday, March 28th.
Look for more info in Paw Prints.
Thanks so much for your support!

Mar 13: Bruster's Spirit Night @ 5-8pm
Mar 14: Early Release Day @ 12:20pm, Clubs still at their normal times
Mar 16-23: Spring Book Fair & Read Across America Week
Mar 16: Yearbook Picture Submissions Deadline
Mar 16: Mock Elections
Mar 16: Kung Fu Panda Spirit Night @ Marietta Martial Arts, 6-9:30pm
Mar 21: Kindergarten Registration @ 8:30-11:30am
Mar 22: International Night @ 5:30-7:30pm
Mar 23: Kung Fu Panda Spirit Night @ Marietta Martial Arts, 6-9:30pm
Mar 28: RESCHEDULED Walk To School Day @ 7:20–7:50am
Apr 2-6: Spring Break -- No School 
Apr 10-27: Georgia Milestones Testing 3rd & 5th Grades
Apr 11-12: CANCELLED Walk The Track Days
Apr 13: PTA Board Meeting @ 10-11am
Apr 27: Kung Fu Panda Spirit Night @ Marietta Martial Arts, 6-9:30pm
May 1: Dance w/ Dad & Move w/ Mom, K-2nd @7:20-7:40am
May 3: Dance w/ Dad & Move w/ Mom, 3rd-5th @ 7:20-7:40am
May 8: Kindergarten Round-Up @ 9:30-10:30am
May 8: Zaxby's Spirit Night @ 5:30–8:00pm
May 17: Spring After School Clubs End
May 17-22: Georgia Milestones Retest
May 22: Early Release @ 12:20pm
May 23: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, Early Release @ 12:20pm

Click HERE To View the 2017-18 MVES PTA Calendar
Click HERE to View the 2017-18 Cobb County School Calendar (note the Early Release Days!)

Add to your Google Calendar -- click HERE for "how-to".

📌 Reminder that March 14th is a Early Release @ 12:20pm 📌 

ASP will be available and Clubs will meet at their NORMAL times.

Please send a note to your teacher for any dismissal changes. You are welcome to bring your student back for their club. Please use the designated club door since the front office will be closed.

Thank you for supporting the
MV Foundation through After School Clubs! 

Bruster's Spirit Night 
3/13 @ 5-8pm

Come join us for some fun with friends... and ICE CREAM! and SHAKES! and LAUGHS!

Purchase a coupon book and 50% of the proceeds go to MVES!!!

Volunteer Request
Please consider clicking HERE and bringing your kids for some ice cream and helping out for an hour.  This is one of our most popular spirit nights of the year!  Thank you!! 

Love Reading @ MVES Bedford Falls Book Fair
3/16-3/19, 7:20am-1pm
3/22 @ International Night, 6-7:30pm

We are excited give you more choices for your family reading needs with Bedford Falls Book Fairs! Come see the expanded selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level! Visit our Book Fair and help your child learn more!
Love Books & Want to Volunteer, March 15-23?  
Click HERE to Sign-up!

Georgia Walk to School Day
3/28 @ 7:20-7:45am

If you live too far away to walk to school, you can park at the Mountain View Aquatic Center. Please be respectful of the Aquatic Center guests and do not park in the spaces close to the entrance. Exit the Aquatic Center parking lot and use the crosswalk on Gordy Pkwy (across from Northampton subdivision entrance). Nancy Janas will lead a group leaving the aquatic center at 7:20 am.

Northampton residents can meet at the clubhouse to walk with a group led by Heather Gorman leaving at 7:20 am.

For Safety:
  • Parents or another adult must walk students all the way to school.  Students may not be dropped off at the Aquatic Center.
  • The right lane of Sandy Plains Road (closest to the school) will be closed, but please stay on the sidewalk  -- do not walk on the road.
  • Cross the streets only at crosswalks.
Coffee and fruit will be served.
For questions or concerns, please contact the Health & Wellness Committee at

We Need Volunteers to help walk with groups from the Aquatic Center and Northampton. We also need volunteers to help pass out charms and help with the coffee and fruit tables. Click HERE to signup today! Thank you!

Spirit Night at Marietta Martial Arts
Kung Fu Panda Night
3/16 OR 3/23 OR 4/27... OR ALL 3!
100% Proceeds back to MVES!

Our Partner in Education, Marietta Martial Arts, is offering a Parent's Night Out for our students. 100% of the proceeds will be donated back to your elementary school!  The event runs from 6-9:30 pm at any of the three Marietta Martial Arts locations. Students will play exciting Kung Fu Panda themed games, eat pizza, and can come dressed as their favorite Kung Fu Panda character.  MMA will donate all of the fees back to you elementary school and the cost is only $20 for the 1st family member, $10 for the second, and $5 for the third or more.  All students are invited to join in the fun! 

REGISTER HERE or at or please call 770.321.1371


Mock Elections
3/16 @ Recess, Room 217

What is Your Favorite Café Food?
Pizza, Hamburger, or Chicken Nuggets

Students will vote on our 10 iPad voting booths for a quick election decision

Email from Teachers with Election Results!



From Nurse Karetha

Please remember to check your student’s hair for lice and/or nits to make sure they didn’t bring home any unwanted “souvenirs” from the recent break!
Nurse Karetha is still tracking flu and flu-like illnesses for the Dept. of Health. 
Please contact her if your child has been diagnosed by a healthcare provider. Remember to wash your hands, don’t touch your face, and stay home if you are ill!

It's Your Yearbook About YOU!
Upload Pictures HERE BY 3/16!

All Grades, All Events, Everyone, Every Time!

Click HERE to access our online folders, then click the event folder
and "Add Images" in the upper right, select your images...
Have other events? Click the "back folder" on the screen and do it again!

Please STAY ON THE PAGE or your files will not upload

What's a yearbook without all the students in it??

Without Your Images, We Have No Yearbook
So... Get Your Student In Today!

Don't see your event? Questions? EMAIL us today!

Yearbook Orders are Open!
Each Class, Each Event... Treasure the Memories... First Year, New 'View... 

Click HERELOGIN, and Order Yours Today

Need to remember if you ordered before? LOGIN HERE then go to My Account, Manage Your Profile at the top, and click View Previous Orders

Want to See Your Student's Name in Lights at the New 'View?  
Visit to order a Birthday Message
that will scroll on the new digital sign!  
Be sure to LOG IN or create an account BEFORE you click on the link to the left.
International Night
March 22nd @ 5:30-7:30pm

Still time to register!!  
So far we have 19 countries!
We know we have more in our school!!  

We invite all families to this fun evening that celebrates the diversity of Mountain View with more than 20 countries presented and we are sure we can do more! We are looking for the families who would like to represent the country of their heritage at Mountain View International Night. Families will display a poster board with the facts of that country, crafts, flags, foods, clothing, maps, and photos -- perhaps perform something from their culture (dancing, singing, playing an instrument). Students receive passports and stamps as they travel from “country to country" and join the Parade of Nations. We will help you to get ready :) 

Click  HERE for Registration Forms ASAP! 
Please EMAIL Inese Stravelli, or call 770-262-3800, with questions.

Thank You JRFH Team!
We raised around $37,000
Our Gym is named the "Tyler Adams" Gym until June 2018

We just wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU for supporting our American Heart event at Mtn. View! It was a huge success and we all learned how to take care of ourselves to have a happy, healthy heart!  We had fun and raised money for a great cause.  “Big Helen” (she’s not big at all actually) is so grateful that we chose her to be our honorary team member!

Huge THANK YOU to Ivy Lane and Paradise Grill for hosting our Father/Mother Daughter/Son dinner - they donated $775 to our totals!  We have our top 4 students coming for a cookout and games at Coach Janas’ house very soon and our gym has been named the “Tyler Adams” gym for the remainder of the year for his $1229.00 effort! I believe we ended up around $37,000...... we are waiting on the final count!

Thank you all- you guys are truly the most wonderful people and I am truly humbled every day that I get to do this daily! Your kids are inspiring and just precious!

Don’t just sit..... GET FIT!
Love ya. . . Mean it!
Mrs. Janas


Submit your video by April 13th. For rules and how to submit click HERE.

The Cobb County School District is excited to announce the 2018 KiDtalk & TeacherTalk Contest.  The 2018 KiDtalk and TeacherTalk theme is...
I'm inspired...

How are you inspired? Share your story and the impact it’s had on you or those around you.  The KiDtalk & TeacherTalk contest was designed to give students and teachers a forum to share their groundbreaking ideas.  "Our students and teachers love the challenge of high-level learning and the KiDtalk contest is the perfect forum for students of any age to make their thinking relevant and their insight be heard," said Director of Instruction and Innovation, Melissa Morse.

The KiDtalk & TeacherTalk contest is open to all students kindergarten to 12th grade and teachers in the district. In 2017 we had over 140 KiDtalk submissions! The 2017 KiDtalk & TeacherTalk winners are link HERE at the bottom of our website.

Did You Know... Your student can become a "Terrific Typist"
at home with Type to Learn 4?

The Mountain View Foundation pays for this great software for ALL of our students to use not only here at school but also at home.  Be a Mountain View "Terrific Typist" and practice regularly to learn essential keyboarding skills!  Visit Ms. Taylor's Technology Lab online HERE and enjoy the software your student uses at school, at home! 😃

Legislation & Advocacy  
Voting 5/22
Registered to Vote by 4/24

Qualifying for state elected offices took places last week. To search for who qualified, click HERE. The primary will take place on May 22 and you must be registered to vote by April 24 in order to participate. For online voter registration, click HERE.

The House Appropriations Committee passed the FY '19 budget last week. Gov. Deal's original budget included a $167 million austerity cut, which continues the annual austerity cut in place since 2003. Let your Georgia senator and representative know that a fully funded education budget is a priority. Cumulative austerity cuts for Cobb total nearly $576 million HERE.


👍 Please click HERE to sign up to donate items. 👍

Mrs. O'Connor has created a STEM Makers' Space in the Learning Commons!
Donations are needed to get your student involved with hands-on projects! ⚙️ 😃

This list is ever-changing, and projects are always happening -- please check here each month to see how you can help your student?

All donations should be labeled "Attn: Learning Commons" & can be sent in anytime through your student's classroom/backpack.

Thank You for Supporting Your Students!

Kilometer Kids Local Race Events
Here is a list of 5ks/1 mile fun runs in our area this spring.
Please EMAIL if there are additional opportunities to add to our information.

2018 Be Healthy GA | Atlanta Track Club
3/17 @ 9:30am FREE 

Join the Lieutenant Governor and special guests for our 8th Annual Be Healthy Georgia Festival held in conjunction with the Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon. This FREE family event at Pemberton Place kicks off with Atlanta Track Club's One Mile Fun Run and 50m Dash followed by more fun and games! There will be monetary prizes for the schools or groups with the most participants, so bring all your friends for this day of fun! Following the run, a DJ will keep the beat alive at the Be Healthy Georgia Fit Zone and families can interact with all types of sport activities with give-a-ways as well as chances to win other prizes donated by the event's partners!  Event is rain or shine. Registration HERE.

2018 Atlanta Women's 5K
Such a fun race with great swag for the girls! Join us as we celebrate women and fitness at the Northside Hospital. With the special mother-daughter and sister team award categories, finishers medals and flowers at the finish line and a women's-fit Mizuno performance shirt, the Northside Hospital Atlanta Women's 5K is the perfect event for women and girls ages 8 & older.Click HERE for registration.

Glow It Up Blue 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run
4/14 @ 8pm

Glow it up BLUE and support Autism awareness! We will give you a virtual BLUE out with blue glow, blue lights and effects, and more! Add in several music stations on the course, and a huge post party, and you are sure to have a great time!Click HERE for registration.

Kilometer Kids 1 Mile Fun Run
4/24 @ 5:30pm FREE

Join Atlanta Track Club and its youth running program, Kilometer Kids, for this Cobb County event including a one mile fun run and 50m dash. This free event is open to all children ages 14 and under.  The one mile course is for children ages 6-14, while kids 6 and under can take part in the 50m dash. Registration HERE will be available online through 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 23, and race day registration is available at the event beginning at 4:30 p.m.

East Cobb Red Run 5k and 1 Mile Fun Run
4/28 @ 8am
East Cobb’s premiere race experience is back for the fourth straight year. The East Cobb Red Run includes a 5K, a 1 Mile Fun Run, and Family Festival including inflatables and other kid-friendly activities. The Red Run is more than just a race; it’s an event for your whole family to experience together. Click HERE for registration.

A Public Review of recommended K-12 Science and Social Studies resources is currently taking place at the Cobb County School District Office located at 514 Glover Street in Marietta and at the Professional Learning Center on 1595 Hawthorne Avenue, in Smyrna.  It is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, and ends 3/14.   More information is available on the home page of the Cobb County School District web site at

Cobb School District Magazine

We are pleased to share with you the latest issue of the Cobb County School District Magazine. This issue highlights our Transportation Department and the critical role it plays in transporting nearly 73,000 students every day. Other stories include staff and student success and community involvement, all demonstrating our commitment to One Team, One Goal: Student Success. Please click on the magazine cover to start reading.





East Cobb Council News
From the Nominating Committee of the East Cobb County Council of PTAs: We are currently looking for qualified candidates for the following Executive Board positions for the East Cobb County Council of PTAs: Co-President, Co-Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. If you are interested in serving in any of these roles please EMAIL Mirla Bigda, Nominating Committee Chair. 

Call for Self-Nominations
National PTA Bylaws and Election Policy require self-nominations to be made electronically to be received by 11:59 p.m. EST, April 1, 2018 in order for a member to run for office at the 2018 National PTA Convention & Expo, June 21-24, in New Orleans, La. More information on those positions to be elected can be found HERE. Click HERE for the form.


Upcoming School Events:


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Attention All 8th Graders!
“Last Night of Middle School Celebration: Dancing in The Streets”
5/22 @ 6:45 to 9:30pm
Come and enjoy the last night of Middle School! 

Electric Sign Messages Deadline
3/20 is last day for April
Request forms HERE

CCSD Retention Policy
Please see the attached Cobb County School District Retention Policy HERE.              

Click HERE for the latest news from Simpson Middle School.


Are You Looking for a Way To Get Involved at Hightower Trail MS? 
Deadline 3/9 -- Please Apply Today and Make a Difference For Your Student

We are looking for people that are interested in being an active part of HTMS. This opportunity
is through the HTMS PTSA for the 2018-19 school year. 

Everyone has an idea of what they think the PTSA is or the “type” of parents that volunteer for
PTSA but the truth is we:
1) want to be involved with making our kids school and experience better
2) like to have fun
3) work full time, part time and some of us stay home
4) are all busy but find time to volunteer when we can
5) don’t all attend every single PTSA event 
6) certainly don’t do this for the pay
7) know that the only way to change or improve things is to get involved!

If any of this sounds like you or you are interested in more info on the exec committee positions
– Co-President, VP, Secretary, Treasurer or Parliamentarian –
please EMAIL Michelle Schlundt to answer your questions!  

We look forward to hearing from you and having you join the 2018-19 team! 

Husky Headlines is the place to go for everything Hightower Trail -- Events, Dates, Club News, PTSA/Foundation/School Council... it's all there!  Click HERE for the latest Husky Headlines. 


AJO4LAX Foundation
3/24 matchup @ 6pm vs Blessed Trinity

 AJO4LAX is a non-profit organization that helps promote good teen choices through fund raising efforts tied to the promotion of youth and high school lacrosse in Georgia. Proceeds also help fund scholarships to area students who continue playing the sport at the college level. For ticket, or sponsorship information, to make a tax-deductible donation, or to request a scholarship application, EMAIL Bruce or Kathleen Oswald, 2702 Long Lake Terrace, Roswell, GA 30075 (678) 777-3041,or visit

Golden Greyhound/Teacher Appreciation Lunch Duty Program
Parents, please volunteer 1.5 hours the second week of each month for our Lunch Duty Program, so teachers can have a break.
The shift times vary slightly Monday through Friday due to the traditional schedule. Volunteers will either sit at a desk in the 300 Hallway and let the students go to the restroom, etc. or will sit at a table in the cafeteria and monitor the students. Volunteers are asked to arrive 5 minutes early, sign in at the front desk (be sure to bring your ID) and go to their assigned location. This is a great way to see kids in their natural habitat and have the undying appreciation of the administration & staff. You’ll get a thank you note from every teacher whose shift you cover.  Please EMAIL Susan Tucker to volunteer today!

New Website For Athletics
Click HERE for details on coming events, games, tryouts and more all season long!

Click HERE for the latest news from Pope High School


 Junior Trojan Cheer 
@ Rockstar Cheer, 101 Smokehill Lane, Suite 100, Woodstock 30188
Bring a friend and tryout together! Open to students in Lassiter District.
3/19-3/21 @ 5-7pm
Tryouts 3/22
Rising 6th @ 4pm
Rising 7th @ 5pm
Rising 8th @ 6pm
LHS PTSA Scholarship
Application Deadline 3/30 @ Counseling Office
Seniors interested in applying must complete an application and answer three essay questions. All seniors must be a 2017-2018 PTSA member, if not a member please join our PTSA. All questions should be by EMAILSusan Herman or EMAIL Stacee Michaud.

Are you interested in serving on the Lassiter PTSA Executive Committee?  We are currently looking for candidates to serve in the following positions:  Co-President, Co-Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. If you are interested in serving next school year, EMAIL Lori Bartik call 678-425-7250.

Click HERE for the latest news from Lassiter High School.


International Night

Sprayberry is fortunate to have a rich diversity of students and families from all over the globe. Come out and learn more about these different cultures. More info will be shared closer to the date.

Rising 9th Grade Night
3/21 @ 6pm

Do you have a rising 9th grader or know someone who does? Come out and find out all that SHS has to offer. 

65th Anniversary Celebration
4/14 @ 2pm

Ceremony & Celebration followed by reunions and school tour. 

65th Anniversary Photo Search
The Sprayberry Foundation is hard at work on the 65th anniversary celebration, and we need your help finding the very best photos of your class. If you'd be willing to let us use one or two of your favorite photos, you can use the link HERE to easily upload them to our planning team.

Drumline Audition Clinics for SHS-zoned middle schoolers
Ongoing each week for 8th grade percussionist

All percussionist or double reed players zoned to attend Sprayberry High School in the Fall of 2018 are invited to our weekly drumline clinics at Sprayberry High School. The clinics are open to assist drumline and front ensemble auditions forThursday, March 29th. Information can be found HERE.

Workouts for Jr. Jackets Football has begun!
Register 4/14 & 4/21

Free workouts for Junior Jacket Football (6th - 8th grade) started February 5th.  Workouts will take place in the Sprayberry High School Weight RoomMonday, Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 pm until 7:30 pm.  Click HERE for information on Spring Football.  

Scholar Academy application window is open!
The application window is now open for SHS 3 Academies - Leadership, Law & Public Service, International Spanish Academy, and Science, Math & Engineering. Click HERE for application information.

Click HERE for all Jr Jackets Sports Programs

Click HERE for the latest news from Sprayberry High School.

You can still access the "Why Sprayberry?" presentation by clicking HERE.


Peter & The Starcatcher
3/15 7pm; 3/16 7pm; 3/17 2pm & 7pm 

Tickets are $10 for General Admission and $15 for Reserved Seating and can be bought at the door or online.


Upcoming Local Events

Transit legislation and Committee Formation
3/12 @ 1:30pm, BOC Room 100 Cherokee St, Marietta

The Cobb Board of Commissioners will hold a work session and topic of discussion will be Senate Bill 386, House Bill 930 and the formation of a committee to represent community and business concerns about transit, as well as methods to communicate these concerns to the General Assembly for inclusion in the final legislation. Public comment will be welcome during the work session; please EMAIL your thoughts and comments about the transit bills.

Women free self defense and awareness workshop
3/17 @ 9-1pm, West Cobb Senior Center

17 and Older only. Ages 14-16 are welcome, if they are accompanied their mothers.
There will be a seminar and demonstration of all three phases of self defense. There will be discussion on situational awareness and current statistics and trends. Refreshments will also be provided. The senior center is located at 4915 Dallas Highway, Powder Springs. For more information, email

Sprayberry Crossing Shopping Center Community Meeting
3/21 @ 6pm, Sprayberry HS Theatre
Concerned about the nearly abandoned shopping center across from SHS? The Sprayberry Crossing Action Community will be hosting a public meeting with county and state officials regarding the status of Sprayberry Crossing Shopping Center in the SHS Theater. Please attend and make your voice heard. If you can't attend the meeting and want to get involved or would like more information check out the Sprayberry Crossing Action Facebook Page HERE (over 4,000 members and growing!). There are multiple events scheduled at SHS that night so make plans to get there early to secure parking or park across the street and walk over to Sprayberry's theater.

Cobb 4-H Plant Sale
Preorders 1/2-3/24
Pickup 4/7

You have the chance to support Cobb's 4-H program and receive great plants during the plant sale fundraiser. Pre-orders are being accepted now through 5 p.m., Friday, March. 23. This year's theme is "Wonderful World of Pollinators!" Many of the plants offered will not only add color to your yard, but will also attract beneficial pollinators to your landscape. Some of the plants available include blackberry, blueberry, azalea, camellia, crape myrtle, edgeworthia chrysantha, fig, gardenia, hydrangea snow queen and Japanese painted fern. Office Contact Information: Office hours– Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Phone: 770-528-4070 Office address: 678 South Cobb Dr. Suite 200 Marietta, GA 30060. For a complete list of plants and the order form, click HERE.
Anderson Theatre Broadway Concerts
Grab your tickets now for the 2018 Encore Series. 
The Company Men, 3 p.m., March 25
1964: The Tribute, 8 p.m., April 7
Tickets for all remaining shows in the Encore Series are available now on Anderson Theatre is located in the Cobb Civic Center, 548 South Marietta Parkway SE, Marietta. For more information on each show, view the Encore Series flyer HERE.

9th Annual Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop
3/31 @ Sprayberry High School

11:30 a.m.: Three and under will begin their egg hunt.
1:30 p.m.: Four to seven year olds to hunt.
2:00 p.m.: C&S Paving will be sponsoring the special needs egg hunts held in the end zone.
3:30 p.m: Eight to 10
Bring the whole family out for the 9th Annual Northeast Cobb Community Egg Drop presented by Superior Plumbing & C&S Paving, Inc. and get ready as more than 90,000 eggs and pieces of candy are spread out and dropped from a helicopter at the football fields at Sprayberry High School on March 31, 2018! All other proceeds from the event go to support both the Shop with a Yellow Jacket and the Shop with a Longhorn programs for Sprayberry and Kell High Schools respectively.

Cobb Youth Leadership Program
Applicants entering 11th Grade 2018-2019
Application Deadline 4/13
Season Begins 8/13

The Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s is now accepting applications for next year’s class of Cobb Youth Leadership. It is our goal to have at least one student from every public and private school in Cobb County represented in the program. Eligible students can click HERE to access the online application. We are asking all students to apply online to help ensure all information is correct and unaltered. Selections will be made in June and all applicants will be notified of their status (accepted, alternate, not accepted) by the end of June. EMAIL Katie Guice, Cobb Chamber Senior Manager, Events and Programs or 770-859-2334with questions.

Affordable College In Europe Webinar
Beyond the States, a resource that educates students and parents about the benefits of and opportunities for bachelor’s degree programs in Europe in 300 schools with over 1700 accredited bachelor's degrees taught completely in English. Attend our free webinar to provide an overview of the options and process to study abroad. These programs have an an average tuition of just over $7,000, and almost 1/3 of these programs cost less than $4,250 per year.  Further, most are just three years in duration which adds to the overall savings. We have found that, in many cases, it costs less to get an entire degree in Europe (including travel costs) than one year of private or out of state tuition in the US! Please attend this webinar about the admissions requirements, quality indicators, educational differences, benefits, obstacles, student life, housing, as well as an open Q&A session. You can register for this webinar HERE.

Host an International Student
Since 1982, International Student Exchange has been uniting international students with American host families to promote cultural exchange.  A non-profit, ISE allows students to become familiar with the American way of life by experiencing American schools, families and communities and for the host family to learn about foreign cultures and make lasting friendships with students hosted in their homes.  We currently have six students from Belgium, Germany, France, Brazil and Spain awaiting a host family and school placement.  There is a $100 bonus for referrals that result in a placement.  Please EMAIL if you are interested.

Report roadway issues on YourGOV app
Report problems like a damaged traffic sign, crumbling sidewalk or growing pothole on your daily commute on YourGOV, the smartphone and desktop app that allows you to send work requests directly to the Cobb Department of Transportation staff. Simply pinpoint the address, select the issue, upload a photo and describe the issue in detail so that it can be located and fixed.

To view the latest monthly  P.A.R.K.S. events HEREMaster calendar HERE

Precinct Four PENS program for northeast Cobb, click HERE. Click HERE for the most recent edition of news for our area.

For news around Cobb including emergency road closures and severe traffic delays, text "follow cobbcountygovt" to 40404, or click HERE to signup for department newsletters. Follow Cobb County Government on Facebook and YouTube.

Thank You To Our School Partners In Education
Please EMAIL our Partners In Education Committee if you wish to be a part
of this exclusive MVES family of businesses.