Did you know that one of the best ways to promote young children’s development doesn’t have to cost a thing? When parents and other caregivers read, sing, and tell stories to their children, amazing things happen in the child’s brain! And in the families! Reading to infants supports their emergent literacy skills, increases parents’ positive views of the…

Read More

Parents and caregivers can simply go to mylifebridgechurch.com and follow the process.  Sign ups are easy and very fast !

Read More

Click the link for Virtual Learning resources. Organization Name Address Contact Person Contact Information (Phone/Email) Website (if available) Service Offered (Space/WiFi access/Learning Lab, etc.) Days/Hours Available Ages Served Is there a fee involved? Green Acres Baptist Church 591 Pat Mell Road SE, Smyrna, GA 30080 Ask to speak with a pastor about virtual learning 770-436-6174…

Read More

Visit their website at gahope.org, click “Partners –> School Partners” to access the complete toolkit. Medicaid Application Guidance Mental Health Screener for Parents & Caregivers – Georgia HOPE Mental Health Screener for Schools- Georgia HOPE Recognizing & Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect in a Virtual Classroom Recognizing Mental Health Symptoms in a Virtual Classroom Suicide…

Read More

ATLANTA, Ga., (August 13, 2020) – The Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) is now offering families the ability to search for child care for school age children enrolled in distance learning. With many parents returning to work, families are not always able to stay at home and assist their children with virtual…

Read More

Cobb Public Library System staff is ready to help students have a great school year. Check out books and more at any library for free with your library card or Library PASS account. Access free digital resources — including eBooks, eAudiobooks, comics, newspapers and magazines, streaming video, databases, and way more — 24/7 with your library card…

Read More

We know the past few months have been challenging for parents and caregivers who are dealing with the impact of COVID-19 while balancing the demands of work and the household with facilitating your children’s education outside of regular learning environments.That is why we want to assure you that as your statewide public media network, Georgia…

Read More

POSTED BY: NAN KIEL JUNE 17, 2020 Read the full article here. The grant will go towards making social workers available throughout the summer months to at-risk students who attend Cobb Schools. The funds will help train the social workers and provide for family stabilization, which may include providing telehealth calls and financial assistance for housing, transportation, and school materials such as digital…

Read More