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Mrs. Holly Cobb, Chair - District 3
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Board Chair Holly Cobb was born and raised in Henry County.  She graduated from Henry County High School in 1988 and continued her education at the University of Georgia.  After earning her BBA in Business Management in 1992, she started a career with Norfolk Southern.  She and her husband Wes welcomed their first child Mallory in 1996 at which point she committed to being a full-time mother to raise her family and devote her time to being heavily involved in volunteering for her church and throughout the community.

She ran for the Henry County Board of Education to try and make a difference in the community and provide teachers with the resources they need to educate children.  Cobb follows in the footsteps of her father who also served on the school board years ago.  She is most proud of the amazing employees in the district and how hard they work every day for students.  She is excited about the future of Henry County Schools and believes that great things are ahead.  

She and her husband Wes have three children - Mallory, Madison, and Chad.


Represents the following schools:

Elementary - East Lake ES, Flippen ES, Hickory Flat ES, Oakland ES, Ola ES, Rock Spring ES, Timber Ridge ES, Tussahaw ES, Walnut Creek ES, Wesley Lakes ES

Middle - Eagle's Landing MS, McDonough MS, Ola MS, Union Grove MS, EXCEL Academy

High - Eagle's Landing HS, McDonough HS, Ola HS, Union Grove HS, EXCEL Academy, Academy for Advanced Studies


HCS Board Member since January 1, 2017

Term ends December 31, 2024

Understanding how the standards are being used to complete a book project
Congratulating HCS students selected for the Governor's Honors Program
Welcoming new educators to HCS during the Teacher Induction Program
Congratulating HCS's  2-time Spelling Bee Champion from Hickory Flat Elementary
Working with district leadership during a board work session
Enjoying the musical talents of UGHS's orchestra
Participating in Read Across America Day with students at Timber Ridge Elementary
Participating in the MHS Topping Out Ceremony with students and community leaders