Partners in Education
Partnering with our schools to raise the quality of education in our community.
Cobb EMC is a Partner at Large with all schools in our service district. Our participation in the Partners in Education program includes a variety of programs, activities and special events throughout the school year.
Our Educational Impact:
- Cobb EMC STEM Career Day
- Career days at schools
- Mini-grants for classrooms
- Literacy Week
- Electric Avenue safety demonstrations
- Science Olympiad and Science Fair sponsorships
- STEM activities and LEGO® competitions
- Patriotism essay contests
- School Power! Newsletter
- Classroom presentations, contest and event judging (upon request and based on availability)
- SPARK Energy Education Program solar power generating stations
- Teaching kids about electrical safety with videos, games and activities
- Electricity basics and safety resources for teachers and parents
Mini-grants for classrooms
Annual Literacy Week
Classroom and safety presentations
Mentoring and Career Days
Our safety ambassador, Wattson, helps Cobb EMC teach children about electric safety. Fly on over to Wattson’s e-SMARTkids website for games, videos and activities that teach electricity basics and how to use it safely and wisely. Wattson’s e-SMARTkids offers resources for teachers and parents, too.
7 feet tall
A featherweight of 245 lbs
I was born at the intersection of Powers Ferry Road and Roswell Road on March 25.
Cobb EMC Building 4000 (on top of the Engineering roof)
Favorite vacation spot
Warm Springs Georgia and The Little White House
Favorite athlete of all time
Larry Bird, there is just something about his name. I can’t seem to put my talon on it.
“Surfin Bird” by The Trash Men
Definitely Batman & Robin; I’m a huge fan.
The Cobb EMC safety manual; I’m looking forward to the audio edition.
Orange and blue
Any and all barbeque – I’m not a barbeque snob.
Cobb EMC members and employees
Storms and the damage they bring
I love to build Legos, my favorite right now is Chima. I also like to challenge myself by memorizing the Safety Data Sheets at Cobb EMC.
It really bothers me when squirrels get into transformers and cause power outages. I also don’t understand how anyone could dislike Tweety Bird.