Additional funding and renovations have been proposed at Tapp Middle School, Teasley and Kincaid elementaries and in East Cobb.
The feedback Cobb Board of Education members have been receiving about the proposed SPLOST IV project list has produced some major revisions in the package, and for several schools throughout the county. Board members on Thursday discussed the revised list, which still comes in at an estimated $717 million in collections. Among the major changes are $3.1 million in renovations at Tapp Middle School in Powder Springs, a $3.3 million addition at Kincaid Elementary School in Northeast Cobb and new classroom space at Teasley Elementary School in Smyrna, costing another $3.1 million. In East Cobb, two significant changes have been proposed: A $30 million middle school replacement, likely at East Cobb Middle School, and a total of $27 million in…
The Nov. 5 event will benefit the Cobb County School District Area 4 Needy Family Fund.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The Northeast Cobb public is invited to a Zumbathon charity event on Nov. 5 to raise funds for needy students. The event takes place starting at 5 p.m. at St. Andrew United Methodist Church, 3445 Canton Road, in the Fellowship Hall. Plus, you can get a jump start on preventing those holiday pounds. All proceeds go to the school social work needy family fund in Cobb Counthy School District's Area 4. Babysitting will be available so bring the kids. Make a reservation by emailing. The cost is $7 for presale tickets; $10 at the door. Pledge forms to collect donations from generous friends and family available via email. Donations greater than ticket prices will be accepted to help students with emergency day care costs, shut off utilities, car…