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SAVE THE DATE: 3/18/22, 5th Annual Adult Spelling Bee

SAVE THE DATE: 3/18/22. The 5th Annual Adult Spelling Bee: A night of laughs, some really unusual on-stage antics, and truly funny attempts at spelling difficult words – that’s the “Bee,” a once a year event, hosted by Communities In Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County (CISMCC).

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Thank You Ed Voyles Automotive Group

Communities In Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County partners with Ed Voyles and Honda

Communities In Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County is grateful for our new partnership with Ed Voyles Automotive Group to provide career pathway solutions in the automotive industry.   The evolving workplace comes new opportunities and complex skill sets. It’s a lot to process for students already dealing with unique challenges. For those planning to […]

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Communities in Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County present Jail & Bail

  Communities in Schools is the nation’s leading dropout prevention and intervention organization. Improving graduation rates and addressing the academic and nonacademic challenges is important for at-risk youth—8 of 10 high school dropouts end up in the criminal justice system and last year, 6 of 10 found guilty in Cobb County Superior Court were high […]

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Operation Warmth = winter coats for students.

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Communities In Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County is thankful to the Cobb Children’s Fund “Operation Warmth” for providing coats to Cobb County School District and Marietta City Schools students. Each year, Operation Warmth partners with CIS Site Coordinators, CCSD and MCS Social Workers to provide coats for students in need. This year Operation Warmth […]

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Jail & Bail Fundraiser

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Guilty of Caring for Kids   The “Jail & Bail” fundraiser for Communities In Schools of Georgia in Marietta/Cobb County is underway now and volunteers have stepped forward and admitted their guilt of caring for kids. Guilty parties must raise a minimum of $1,000 for Communities In Schools, or report to jail on June 1, […]

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