dress for success

Dress Code Information for 2017-18

dress for success


Thank you for supporting our student dress code to help our students dress for success and maintain a focus on instructional priorities.  Please contact the school if you have any question or concerns about these expectations.

All students shall maintain an acceptable standard of dress. The minimum standard of dress for students shall be as follows:

  1. Shoes shall be worn. No slippers, flip flops, or athletic sandals.
  2. Midriffs shall be covered.
  3. Appropriate under-garments must be worn and may not be visible.
  4. Strapless garments and camisoles must be worn with a jacket.
  5. Tank-tops will not be permitted. Low-cut, revealing necklines are not permitted.
  6. Shorts and skirts must be at or within 3 inches of the knee.
  7. Lounge/pajama pants may not be worn.
  8. Shirts worn with leggings/jeggings must be no shorter than fingertip length.
  9. Pants/jeans must be worn at the waist.
  10. Caps, hats, bandanas, and do rags are not to be worn in the school building during the school day unless there is a special activity during which they are deemed appropriate by the school administration.
  11. Clothing or ornamentation displaying or advertising substances illegal for minors is prohibited. Suggestive phrases, designs, markings, or profanities are also prohibited.
  12. Clothing or ornamentation advocating, promoting, or suggesting illegal activity is also prohibited.



School Supply List 2017-18

6th Grade
Bring to Homeroom Teacher:

  • Boxes of Kleenex tissue
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Disinfecting/Clorox wipes
  • Band-Aids
  • 1 roll of paper towel
  • Ream of paper (any color or white)
  • Expo Markers or Colored Pencils

For Academic Classes:

  • Flashdrive required
  • Large zippered pencil pouch
  • Loose leaf notebook paper
  • Mead 5-star 200 page spiral notebook with pockets for Social Studies.
  • (3) 1″ binders for Language Arts, Math and Science
  • 3 sets of 8 tab dividers for Language Arts,  Math, and Science
  • 1 roll of paper towel and 1 box of Zip Lock sandwich bags (Deliver to science teacher)

Following items should be placed into the pencil pouch**

  • #2 pencils
  • Colored pencils, thin markers, and crayons
  • Highlighters
  • Hand-held pencil sharpener (not motorized)
  • Black or blue pens
  • Ruler with standard and metric measurements
  • Two or more large glue sticks
  • Dry erase markers
  • Small pair of scissors
  • 1 package of cap erasers
  • Clear plastic cups (9 or 12 oz) & plastic spoons (Deliver to science teacher)


7th & 8th Grade Supply List

  • One 2 inch notebook and dividers for classes
  • Notebook paper
  • Pencils
  • Pens
  • Expo Markers
  •  Color Markers
  •  Highlighter
  • Color Pencils (12-pack)
  • Composition Notebook- 2 for Language Arts
  • One Subject Spiral Notebook for Science
  • 3-Ring Binder (1 inch) and Dividers for Academic Habits
  • Eraser/Eraser Caps
  • Earbuds
  • Office 365 Account (Free through Cobb County School District)
  • Calculator
    • Will need Scientific Calculator for Eight Grade
    • No Cellphones will be allowed to use as calculators

Teacher Wish List

  • Index cards
  • Paper towels
  • Ream of colored paper
  • Band-aids
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Markers
  • 3 Boxes of  Tissues
  • Clorox wipes
  • Colored Pencils
  • Construction Paper

CLC Wish List

  • Tissues
  • Expo Markers
  • Pencils
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Lysol All Purpose Cleaner (lemon – it is the only thing to remove pencil marks on our tables without damage)

PE Wish List

  • Bandaids
  • Kleenex
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Sanitizing Wipes


Parent Session: Rescuing Hope

Date: Thursday, April 20

Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Location: Awtrey Theater


Susan Norris, Founder and Executive Director of Rescuing Hope, Inc. will be presenting information about the fight against sex trafficking.  This community challenge includes victims in middle school, and Susan will be providing updates about what’s happening in the Atlanta area and ways to help keep our children safe.  She is the author of Rescuing Hope,  and she will have copies of this book available for $15.  Doors will open at 6:00 p.m.


For more information visit RescuingHope.com.


Braves Trivia for 4/11/17









One lucky student will win a free pair of Braves tickets!

We’ll have a drawing from the correct answers to the following three trivia questions.


  1. What are the three cities that the Braves have called their home town?
  1. In what year did the Braves franchise win their first World Series?
  1. What legendary New York Yankees player ended his career with the Braves in 1935?


Just write your first and last name and the three answers on a piece of paper and drop it off in the Braves box in the café during lunch!



BRAVES Week – Celebrate the Braves in Cobb County



Partnering with the Braves for a county-wide canned food drive for Must Ministries!

School that donates the most canned food will receive a visit from the Braves organization!


Submit entries for Braves trivia to win a pair of Braves tickets!


Decorate your locker with Braves spirit to win a Braves hat or other spirit items!


Get permission from your parents to post your favorite Braves fan photo using #BravesTBT – and it may get reposted by the Braves!


Wear your favorite Braves jersey to celebrate opening day!

Magnet School

Pebblebrook Magnet

Pebblebrook Magnet Program will be holding an informational meeting for all students interested in the performing arts magnet program on March 1st, at 9:30 AM.  The meeting will be held in the Awtrey theater.  The meeting will discuss the program and explain audition requirements.  Please see Dr. Deane if you have any questions.