In July of 2008, the Cobb County School District (CCSD) received one of the largest grants in the ten-year history of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative, a collaborative effort among the U.S. Departments of Education, Health & Human Services and Justice.
Cobb’s initiative, Success for All Students (SFAS), provides school-based mental health and other intervention services aimed at decreasing discipline events, improving attendance, promoting academic achievement and ultimately, increasing graduation rates.
Success for All Students will be hosting a free training facilitated by Georgia State University’s Dr. Jeff Ashby on 04/17/13. The topic is Navigating Change—Stress, Emotional Intelligence, and Sanity….Free APT CEUs will be provided. See Here.
Success for All Students is highlighted by Carter Center report as a promising practice for State of Georgia – Read more…
Success for All Students is excited to be partnering with Northside Psychological Services, Inc.
Our New Program: Cobb Mentoring Matters – cobbmentoringmatters.org
Cheatham Hill Elementary is guiding good choices! Read more…
Cobb Commissioners Proclaim May 3rd as Children’s Mental Health Day – Video
National Children’s Mental Health Day – Details
Success for All and the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office collaborated recently with the GA Meth Project to pilot a student video contest for their Not Even Once campaign. Check out the winning video from Cooper Middle School. Second place went to Awtrey Middle and third place to Barber Middle. Congratulations!
Kudos to Pine Mountain Middle School for offering the Too Good for Violence and Too Good for Drugs Curriculum to their entire student body! Read more…
North Cobb Students and Staff Undergo Peer Mediation Training Through ‘Success For All Students’ Program - Video
Social Work Department Unveils Family Resource Database: www.cobbk12.org/familyresources.
SFAS Too Good programs featured -Details
“A critical achievement is to identify and address mental health issues through school based services.”Dr. Paulette Herbert, Cobb County School Social Work Supervisor and SFAS Project Director
5077 Dallas Highway, Suite 115
Powder Springs, GA 30127