A school of excellence where ALL students succeed.
*Officially adopted July 2018
To develop the minds, hearts, & spirits of Champions.
For the next 4 weeks, our anchor character word is: Honesty.
Cheatham Hill Digital Learning Information
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Per Governor, Cobb Schools will Remain Closed Through End of 2019-2020 School Year
We have been committed to keeping our community updated about the rapidly developing situation with COVID-19. Throughout the process, we have relied on guidance from the Georgia Department of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as our state leaders.
In accordance with Governor Kemp’s guidance and to best prioritize student and staff safety, Cobb Schools will remain closed through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Per executive order from Governor Kemp on April 1, 2020 all public schools and colleges in the state of Georgia will be closed through May.
Digital learning will not occur over spring break which is from April 6th through April 10th.
Food distribution will continue over spring break at all designated sites across Cobb County on Monday, April 6th.
Further academic guidance will be made available by the end of the day tomorrow, Thursday April 2nd.
During week two of Cobb Schools’ partnership with MUST Ministries, the District and non-profit have built a long-term solution to provide students with a 5-day supply of breakfasts and lunches at 8 school locations on Mondays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The first day of the meal distributions will be Monday, March 23.
The school locations selected for the meal distributions include schools with more than 50% Free and Reduced Lunch populations.
Cobb Schools Food Service staff will make the food as it is provided by the District and MUST volunteers will distribute to students curbside. The meals can only be served to Cobb County students under 18 years of age, and students must be physically present.
The weekly breakfast and lunch distributions can be sustained through the rest of the 2019-2020 school year or until Cobb Schools re-opens. However, MUST needs volunteers to help by giving food donations and to sign up here to help with food distributions at schools. Please join us as we help our community in need.
Breakfast and Lunch School Distribution Locations from 11 am – 1 pm:
East Cobb Middle
The new school locations will replace sites where food boxes were provided this week.
Please click below for our Spring Break announcement!
Please click the button below for information about kindergarten and new student registration.
New kindergarten registration is available online; however, parents cannot bring documents to the school at this time. A new enrollment document drop off date will be announced in the near future.
Updated Registration Information
Go to: olr.cobbk12.org
Complete: Online Registration
*You can register using most internet enabled devices
Our goal is to register your student efficiently and effortlessly through this safe and secure system. The enrolling adult can register all students in their family at one time. This tool will provide the convenience of entering information with the ability to save the work for later completion. If you have a current Cobb county student, you will need to use your ParentVue account to register additional new students. Current families that do not have a ParentVue account will need to contact their local school to receive a ParentVue activation code prior to completing the Online Registration for your new student.
Please upload the following documents.
State law requires a Certificate of Immunization (Form #3231) and a Certificate of Vision, Hearing, Dental, and Nutritional Screening (Form #3300) available from physicians or the Cobb County Health Department. Form #3300 must be dated within 12 months of the first day of school (August 3, 2020).
Proof of birth: A certified copy of Birth Certificate, Military ID, Passport, Adoption Record, a religious record authorized by a religious official, an official school transcript, or an affidavit of age. Social Security Card or Cobb County School District Waiver Form JBC-4. The social security number will be required by the state for students applying for the HOPE scholarship.
Two (2) proofs of residency (one of each) Home ownership documentation or lease/ rental agreement; and one (1) current utility monthly statement
Please click here for more information in English and Spanish
April 6-10 Spring Break
Teacher of the Year
Classified Employee of the Year
CCRPI Scores Released
The Georgia Department of Education released the 2019 College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) Score for schools across Georgia in October of 2019. The CCRPI is the accountability system developed by the Georgia Department of Education to rate school and district performance, which is scored on a 100-point scale.
Cheatham Hill’s Score
Cheatham Hill’s Overall Score for 2019 was 84.2. This is remarkable and reflects the commitment of the entire Cheatham Hill Elementary staff and community to the teaching and learning of our students!
Components of CCRPI
The CCRPI includes five main components each scored on a scale of 0 to 100: Achievement, Progress, Closing Gaps, and Readiness. These components, encompassing multiple indicators, are combined for a total CCRPI score on a scale of 0 to 100. The CCRPI also reports other information, such as the performance of student subgroups, school climate, and financial efficiency status.
Detailed information about the CCRPI is available from the GaDOE (http://ccrpi.gadoe.org/). The available information includes full reports for all schools and districts in Georgia. CCRPI scores for all of Cobb’s schools can be found here.