Data Review

The school counselors held their spring Advisory Council meeting on May 18th.  Click on the link below to view the PowerPoint presentation with our data review for the 2017-2018 school year. Advisory Council May18-18qfssq


The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Please join the National Alliance of Mental Illness to help raise awareness for mental health and “Cure Stigma.” “Stigma causes people to feel ashamed for something that is out of their control.… Continue Reading

Career Week

MARCH 23-30  WE NEED VOLUNTEERS!!! Sign up HERE   Friday, March 23rd Activities for 3rd grade Tuesday, March 27th Careers on Wheels for Kindergarten and 1st grade Wednesday, March 28th Activities for 2nd grade Thursday, March 29th College Day:… Continue Reading

Beta Club

Our Beta Club members made these sweet Valentine Cards for the Amada Senior Care which is located in Marietta. When the Nurses visit the Seniors in their homes they will give each Senior a Valentine Card made by our very… Continue Reading

S.N.A.C.K.S. Program

Ms. Glenda Watson (Nickajack Elementary School Cafeteria Manager) and Dr. Weathers (School Counselor) created the Nickajack S.N.A.C.K.S.  Program (S-Student N-Nutrition A-Advisory C-Council K-Keys (to) S-Success). The goal is to provide weekly snacks to students in need at no cost. Students… Continue Reading

Angel Tree

Dear Nickajack Families, It’s time again for the annual “Angel Tree” at Nickajack.  Each year students, staff and community members sponsor families in need during the holiday season.  Please assist us in helping these families in our school community by… Continue Reading

Thank You!

Thank you for your donations to our annual food drive!  Our newly elected student council members did a great job sorting and packing the food items for The Center for Family Resources!  Your donations will directly benefit our community!  Happy… Continue Reading


“Thanks for Giving” November 6-14, 2017 Nickajack will be collecting food items for The Center for Family Resources, which provides over 1,500 Thanksgiving baskets to Cobb families each year.  Thanksgiving week can be even more financially stressful when students are… Continue Reading