We are proud to announce that Cobb Sixth Grade Campus has earned a B overall rating with a distinction in mathematics. The Texas Education Agency states that schools earn a "B" for recognized performance when they serve many students well, encouraging high academic achievement and/or appropriate academic growth for most students.
Fundraiser Dates: Thursday, August 29– Friday, September 13, 2019
CHARACTER EDUCATION THEME
The Character Education Theme for this month is Citizenship and School
Pride. It is important that we realize the importance of contributing to our
school and our community. Building citizenship skills helps us feel that we
can contribute to others and benefit our community.
Students, it is important that you provide your school with valuable assistance when you volunteer to assist a teacher, an administrator or someone in need of assistance and that sets the foundation for you to become active citizens in adulthood. So, how can you help your community today?
Thursday, Sep. 5th, 12pm
6722 Uvalde Road
A-lunch: 11:50 AM
B-lunch: 12:25 PM
C-lunch: 1:00 PM
D-lunch: 1:35 PM
We look forward to seeing you there!
Fathers Take Your Children to School
Thursday, Sep. 19th, 8am
6722 Uvalde Road
Demoiselle Diamond & Distinguished Debonair Parent Info. Meeting
Thursday, Sep. 19th, 6:30-7:15pm
6722 Uvalde Road
The Demoiselle Diamonds organization was established in 2009 and extended to North Shore Middle School in 2017. The Distinguished Debonair organization was established in 2015. These organizations were created to build self-esteem and to embrace all young ladies and young gentleman who have a desire to give back to their community and to one day become leaders in society. Our goal is for our students to positively impact the lives of the student body and the community. Our success will be based on the depth of commitment, vision and confidence of its members.
During the school year, students who are in these organizations will have an opportunity to demonstrate citizenship and leadership skills through service projects, field trips throughout and around the city, academic workshops, and tour one college campus. Our goal is to provide our students with the tools needed to be successful inside and outside the classroom.
Demoiselle Diamonds and Distinguished Debonaires must take academia and good behavior seriously and maintain no less than a grade of (C) in all classes and conduct grade no lower than (S).
Applications will be available at the informational meeting on September 19, 2019. For more information please ask for Ms. Leger or Ms. J. Taylor.
Parent and Family Engagement Meeting
Wednesday, Sep. 25th, 9-10:30am
6722 Uvalde Road
Cobb's Open House
Thursday, Sep. 26th, 5:30-7:30pm
6722 Uvalde Road
Cobb's Open House will be held on Thursday September 26th from 5:30 P.M. - 7:30 P.M. We are excited to see you on campus! This is a time to tour the campus, briefly meet your child's teachers and see your child's various classrooms. This is not the time for one on one parent and student specific questions/meetings. We ask you to please be respectful in this matter.
Attention All Band Students & Parents!
September 13th is the deadline for having either your rental instrument (flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, percussion) or necessary supplies for school-owned instruments (oboe, bassoon, French horn, baritone, tuba) in class. These instruments and supplies must be in class with the student before or on that date. Cobb 6th Grade Campus does not rent out the above listed rental instruments. The school-owned instruments are provided with yearly maintenance fee.
If you have any questions, please call the band directors at 832-386-2202.
National Junior Honor Society Information
The National Junior Honor Society is a great academic honor that requires students to meet the NJHS requirements for entry set by their school and maintain the organization's standards of excellence. Doing so usually requires maintaining a high grade point average (GPA) of at least a 91 for the entire first semester of school. Students must possess the four primary characteristics that NJHS emphasizes which include scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship and perform a certain amount of community service each year.
The NJHS serves the purpose of recognizing students for their noteworthy academic achievements and guiding them towards an interest in civil responsibility and service, in addition to academic success. Each chapter and each member of the organization must complete a certain amount of service hours as well. This community service component of the National Junior Honor Society membership has existed since the beginning of the organization: the founders believed that connecting students to their communities was just as important as fostering an interest in academic performance.
Should your student meet the above requirements, they will be expected to attend a ceremony to be inducted. For more information, please ask for Ms. Bean.
PARENT DROP OFF & PICK UP PROCEDURES
- Due to supervisory schedules, students should arrive at school no earlier than 7:15 A.M.
- Upon arriving at school, students should report directly to the cafeteria.
- All car riders must be dropped off at the front of the school, closest to the cafeteria. Please pull up to the stop sign and follow directions of staff on duty.
- No students should be dropped off at the bus ramp or faculty parking lot.
- Students who are not attending an after school program should be picked up by 3:55 P.M.
- If you live in the New Forest Subdivision and your child will be walking home, he/she MUST request a Walker’s Pass from the A.P.’s office.
- If your child is a car rider, remind them to look out for your car as you pull up, or you may be asked to park and walk up to collect your child.
- Parents who choose to park may wait for their child at the flagpole.
- Students cannot be checked out after 3:05 P.M.
DRESS CODE REMINDER
As a reminder, Cobb’s dress code consists of:
- Solid red/blue collared shirts/tops, no logos
- Cobb spirit t-shirts may be worn on Fridays only
- Cobb hoodie
- Solid bottoms in either khaki, navy, black colors or blue/black jeans
For more information, please refer to G.P.I.S.D.'s dress code policy in our Student Handbook. (click link)
How Can I Check My Child's Grades?
Skyward Family Access allows parents to access student report cards, grade books, attendance, discipline and test scores. You can log in using your username and password. If you do not have a username/ password, please call us so we can give you that information.
If at any time you become concerned about your child’s grades, you may call the school to schedule a team conference where you will have the opportunity to meet with your child’s teachers.
You can access Skyward Family Access by visiting our district's website and clicking on the parent tab or you may click the link: Skyward Access
We are here to support you! If you have any questions or need help accessing your child's grades please do not hesitate to contact us.
Having your children attend school regularly is very important to us. We know that when students miss school, they miss out on important instruction and a chance to build a habit of good attendance. We encourage you to speak with your child about their attendance and the importance of them attending school regularly.
WE WANT YOU!
We are always looking for parent volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer on our campus, please click the link: Cobb Volunteer Form
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our counselors or visit their page by clicking the button above (Counselor's Corner)