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Partners in Education

2023 - 2024

ET Booth Middle School is pleased to have many Partners in Education.  For more information regarding Partners-In-Education (PIE) and Companies-That-Care (CTC) see below.  For more information, please reach out to our School Partnership Ambassador Amanda Blackwell

See sample partnership agreements here, contact the school to discuss how your organization can support our students.


Partners in Education


Cherokee Fire Emergency Services

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Cherokee Theatre Company


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Chick-fil-A (Towne Lake)

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Club Pilates Woodstock


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Encompass Ministries


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Northside Hospital - Cherokee


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Smile Doctors Braces




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The Premier Group


The Premier Group


Voiceovercity Media Services (VMS)




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Whydrate Woodstick


Whydrate Woodstock Logo



Companies that Care



Freese and Nicholas


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Mathnasium of Woodstock


Mathnasium Logo


Menchie's of Towne Lake



Woodstock Coffee Company


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A business or organization may apply to become a school partner through the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce's Partners in Education (PIE) program or the CCSD   Companies That Care (CTC) program. 

The Partners in Education program is offered through the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce to Chamber members only. As a PIE, the Chamber will: assist partners and schools with the application process; give a partnership certificate to the business/organization and partnering school to display as desired; give members the opportunity to be featured in the Chamber's quarterly "PARTNERS" e-newsletter; and allow eligibility to be recognized and awarded as an outstanding business partner at the Chamber's Good Morning Cherokee Breakfast each May.   For more information about the Chamber's PIE program, please click here to go to the Chamber of Commerce website.

CCSD's Companies That Care program is offered by the Cherokee County School District to non-chamber members who are interested in institutionalizing a formal partnership agreement with one or more school. As a potential CTC partner, businesses and organizations may contact schools directly to discuss the next steps of forming a partnership. Listed below, you will find the contact information for each School Partner Ambassador.  They will be able to assist you with any questions you may have and determine the best ways to partner.  CTC partners and schools will receive a certificate to display as desired.