Bartow County Schools Maintenance Department 1659 Cassville Rd NW, Cartersville, GA30121 The Maintenance Department oversees and conducts the maintenance of Bartow County's 20 school facilities. Pankaj Daiya…More is the director of the department.
With 21 schools in the system, Bartow County Schools is the 25th largest school district in Georgia and educates more…More than 14,000 students.</p>
<p>Facilities include 12 elementary, four middle and three high schools, and Stars Pre-School, all of the which are in Cartersville and other Bartow County cities.</p>
<p>The system is the largest employer in the county with about 2,000 employees and has an yearly $122-million budget.</p>
<p>The district's Exceptional Students Department, which oversees the inclusion of disabled students, is located adjacent to the district office at 67 Gilreath Road in Cartersville.</p>
Serving Bartow, Cobb, Douglas, Floyd, Gordon, Haralson, Paulding and Polk…More counties, Tallatoona Community Action Partnership assists low-income individuals and families achieve ecomonic independence.</p>
<p>Through the Bartow County Human Resource Development Center, the Cartersville Tallatoona location offers pre-school and employment counseling services, health and nutrition, utilities and emergency services, and housing and weatherization assistance.</p>
Boys & Girls Club of Bartow County 642 Henderson Dr, Cartersville, GA30120 It's impossible to stand in the foyer of the Boys and Girls Club of Bartow County without having a smile on your face.…More Surrounded by brightly colored hand prints dotting the walls and the sound of children's laughter drifting down the halls, you know you're in a positively awesome place for kids. It offers an after-school program and a summer program that is sure to be a great experience for your child.
Douglas Street Office Building houses Tallatoona Community Action Partnership HRDC, United Way, the Bartow Teen…More Center and county government offices.</p>
<p>Tallatoona has a number of programs to assist low-income families, including Head Start, a free pre-school; Energy Assistance Program and SCANA Energy Referral Program; Action to Success, which provides services to help families remove obstacles blocking their economic and social independence; Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program and Emergency Food Bank; Spring Garden Project and weatherization assistance. Those programs are administered in Bartow and the surrounding counties.</p>
<p>The United Way, which can be reached at 770-386-1677, is the local office of the national non-profit, volunteer-led organization assisting charity causes around the world.</p>
<p>Bartow Teen Center provides outreach and education to teens during after-school hours, including advisory services and sex education.</p>
<p>The Bartow County Transit and Maintenance departments are also housed in the office building.</p>
White Elementary School 175 Cassville White Rd NW, Cartersville, GA30121 One of 12 elementary schools in the Bartow County system, White Elementary School, home of the Warriors, educates…More students in kindergarten through fifth grade and offers extracurricular activities such as chorus and reading programs. The school was built in 1974 after a fire destroyed the original White Elementary in the city of White.
Cartersville Soccer Complex 152 Milner Rd SE, Cartersville, GA30120 Home to the Cartersville-Bartow Youth Soccer Association and Cartersville High School soccer, the Cartersville Soccer…More Complex includes five soccer fields, a comfort and concession stand and a playground area.
Hamilton Crossing Elementary School 116 Hamilton Crossing Rd NW, Cartersville, GA30120 One of 12 elementary schools in the Bartow County school system, Hamilton Crossing educates students in kindergarten…More through fifth grade. In addition to core studies, the school offers art, music and computer classes and extracurricular activities, such as chorus and an art club.
One of four middle schools in the Bartow County school system, Cass Middle offers language arts, reading, math,…More science and social studies classes. Additional areas of learning include art, band, careers, chorus, health, physical education, reading enrichment and technology.</p>
<p>Extracuricular activities include sports and an academic team.</p>
Cloverleaf Elementary School 71 W Felton Rd, Cartersville, GA30120 One of 12 Bartow County elementary schools, Cloverleaf formed with 300 students in 1954 when two schools consolidated.…More It now educates students in kindergarten through fifth grade and offers extracurricular activities, such as chorus, art, reading programs and Lego teams.
Students Transitioning Academically, Responsibly and Socially provides pre-school education through the Bartow County…More Board of Education. It is a state-funded program.</p>
<p>In addition to six pre-K classes with 20 children each, six special needs classes each accommodate 12 students.</p>
<p>The facility also houses theNorthwest Georgia Education Program, a therapeutic school for students with severe emotional or behavioral disorders and autism. It provides pre-K, elementary, middle and high school classes, counseling, family support groups and behavioral intervention and social skills training.</p>
<p>The operation, a program of Northwest Georgia RESA, serves both Bartow County and city of Cartersville schools.</p>
Tallatoona Economic Opportunity Authority 406 Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Cartersville, GA30120 Tallatoona Economic Opportunity Authority provides a variety of business and employment help services. The office…More specializes in helping low income families improve their stability. Other services provided to Bartow County residents include nutrition, pre-school, housing and utilities.
Cartersville School of Ballet, LTD 43 S Public Sq, Cartersville, GA30120 Cartersville School of Ballet is located in downtown Cartersville on the corner of Main Street and South Public…More Square. The school was founded in 1972 and has been teaching the dancers of Bartow County since that time. Classes offered include, ballet, tap, jazz, modern dance and hip hop. The school holds many events throughout the year but the Christmas show of the Nutcracker is a special favorite. Please call as class schedule times vary.
Founded in 1954 by nine General Electric employees, Coosa Valley Credit Union has a rich history. The Cartersville…More office opened in 1995. Membership is available to anyone working or attending school in 10 North Georgia counties, including Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Floyd, Gordon, Haralson, Paulding, Polk and Walker. It offers checking, savings and loans for individuals, as well as electronic banking, credit-card service, ATMs, GAP auto protection and several small businesses services. </p>
Premier Properties 1450 Douthit Ferry Rd, Cartersville, GA30120 Premium Properties specializes in the buying and selling of residential properties. It lists properties and works…More closely with clients throughout Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb and Paulding counties and the surrounding areas. Owner and broker Marie Whitton has considerable experience in the area and can provide useful local knowledge and address any questions and concerns clients have regarding all aspects of area real estate, including mortgage information, school information and more. Premium Properties uses the latest marketing techniques and technology to ensure sales are efficient and profitable.
The Law Office of Robert S. Toomey 708 N Tennessee St, Cartersville, GA30120 The Law Office of Robert S. Toomey is a private law firm specializing in chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy. Toomey is a…More graduate of John Marshall Law School and is affiliated with the Georgia Bar Association, the Metropolitan Atlanta Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Group, the Bartow County Bar Association, the American Bar Association, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and the American Bankruptcy Institute. The firm offers free consultations for new clients.
Constructed as Bartow County Schools' third high school, Woodland High sits on the Etowah River on a 120-acre campus…More and offers a variety of academic, artistic, athletic and social opportunities for students.</p>
<p>The school offers college-preparatory classes, an array of elective courses, including technical-career preparatory programs, performing and visual arts, and options to specialize in a specific areas. Students who do very well have the opportunity to study in International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement courses.</p>
<p>Home of the Wildcats, Woodland sports teams compete in the Georgia High School Association's Region 5-AAAA, with varsity teams in 10 sports for boys and girls. School teams also compete at the junior varsity and freshmen levels in several sports.</p>
<p>The performing arts department exposes students to design and aesthetics, history, literature, management performance and acting.</p>