Is Cartersville-Bartow a good place to live? As an expert in Cartersville-Bartow Real Estate, I’m often asked this question, as people want to know about the quality of life in the area, the job market, stability of the housing market, schools, etc. While everyone selects where they live for their own reasons, I unreservedly answer YES. Below is a list of the top five reasons why I live here.
The Read to Grow initiative allows community volunteers to support teachers in 1st-3rd grade, reading to students for a couple hours each week. Increasing the 3rd-grade literacy rate is the goal, as all future learning past the 3rd grade depends on the student’s ability to read to learn.
Sen. Bruce Thompson gives area churches high praise for their contributions to the community. “The people of Bartow County are very special and that is never more evident than witnessing the incredible friendship and cooperative spirit between all of the churches,” Sen. Bruce Thompson stated. “I have been amazed at how receptive leaders of all the denominations have been as we partner together for one cause-to make Bartow the best place to work, live and play!”
School officials also give a lot of credit for their success to committed community involvement. Cartersville Superintendent Dr. Marc Feuerbach stated in a recent article, “When a student completes high school, it is a result of the caring attention invested by families, community members and every staff member who has impacted that student throughout their K-12 experience.” 8 I agree. Thank you, Cartersville for “making it personal.”
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