• Live Twitter Chat on Improving Student Attendance

    Live Twitter Chat on Improving Student Attendance

    DeKalb County School District encourages students, families and the community to join the discussion on improving student attendance during a chat on Twitter at 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26. Simply visit the Georgia Department of Education account on Twitter, @GeorgiaDeptofEd, at the scheduled time to add your thoughts [...]

  • Attendance Awareness Month

    Attendance Awareness Month

    DeKalb County School District has pledged to raise awareness about the value of regular school attendance and focus on reducing chronic absenteeism throughout the school year. DeKalb County School recognizes that good attendance is essential to academic success and the great risk posed to students who are [...]

  • Social Media Guidelines

    Social Media Guidelines

    DeKalb County Schools is among a handful of school systems in the U.S. with a comprehensive social media program that includes dedicated staff experts to manage and create social media content. You can receive up-to-the-minute news, photos, video and other content promoting students and their achievements by following DeKalb Schools [...]

  • English Language Students Recognized for Outstanding Academic Achievement

    English Language Students Recognized for Outstanding Academic Achievement

    The Georgia Department of Education has recognized three students from Cross Keys HS, Stone Mountain HS, and Clarkston HS with the “Star English Learner” award that is given to ESOL (English to Speakers of Other Languages) students who are either valedictorian or salutatorian of their 2016 graduating class. The students [...]

  • Two High Schools Named Among Top US Schools

    Two High Schools Named Among Top US Schools

    Congratulations! DeKalb School of the Arts and Chamblee Charter High School have been named among top public high schools in the country. Newsweek magazine announced its 2016 High School Rankings, which includes “America’s Top High Schools,” a list of 500 high schools nationwide that excel at preparing students for [...]

SUPERINTENDENT DR. R. STEPHEN GREEN

Superintendent Dr. GreenDeKalb County School District is Georgia’s third largest school system. The District serves nearly 102,000 students, 137 schools and centers, and 15,500 employees.

On January 28, 2016, DeKalb County School District received a letter from AdvancED notifying the District that it has satisfied the final three action steps necessary to change from “Accredited Under Review” to “Accredited”. More »

The vision of DeKalb County School District is to inspire our community of learners to achieve educational excellence. Our mission is to ensure student success, leading to higher education, work, and life-long learning. We are making this vision and mission a reality – every day, in every classroom throughout the District.    More »

Live Twitter Chat on Improving Student Attendance

DeKalb County School District encourages students, families and the community to join the discussion on improving student attendance during a chat on Twitter at 10 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26. Simply visit the Georgia Department of Education account on Twitter, @GeorgiaDeptofEd, at the scheduled [...]

DeKalb County Schools’ Educator Receives Atlanta Families’ Award

Local Non-profit Awards Druid Hills Middle School Teacher $7,500 Atlanta Families’ Awards for Excellence in Education (AFAEE) surprised educator Toni Bailey of Druid Hills Middle School as well as educators from Atlanta Public Schools, Cobb County Schools, DeKalb County Schools, Fulton County Schools, and [...]

Lead In Water Testing for All Schools & Facilities

Superintendent Dr. R. Stephen Green, in collaboration with Dr. S. Elizabeth Ford of the DeKalb County Board of Health and Lee May, Interim CEO of DeKalb County Government, announced today that sources of the drinking water in each of the District’s 150 schools, centers, and [...]

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Sep
27
Tue
Public Meeting on E-SPLOST Project List (BUILDING S.P.A.C.E.S) @ AIC Auditorium
Sep 27 @ 7:00 pm

In order to allow more time for public input for the Secondary School Feasibility Study, the information and five regional community input meetings have been pushed back. The Building S.P.A.C.E.S. Initiative is an effort to determine how, where, and why future revenues from the E-SPLOST program should be dedicated to the improvement and modernization of our buildings and infrastructure. Voters approved the 2017-2022 E-SPLOST program on May 24th, 2016.
For more information visit the Building S.P.A.C.E.S website

Informational Meeting

Purpose: Present the data from the Facility Condition Assessment (FCA), Facility Educational Adequacy Assessment (FEAA), Enrollment, Capacity Reports and the results from the Secondary School Facility Feasibility Study will be presented.

Regional Public Input Meetings

Purpose: To present, discuss and gather input on the detailed project list of the 2017-2022 E‐SPLOST program.

Sep
29
Thu
On the Scene with Dr. Green @ Stephenson High School
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Oct
3
Mon
Board of Education: Work Session
Oct 3 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

This meeting is held in the J. David Williamson Board Room
For more info, visit the Board of Education homepage

Board of Education: Community Input Meeting
Oct 3 @ 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm

This meeting is held in the J. David Williamson Board Room

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