Join us for a conversation with your Superintendent, Dr. R. Stephen Green on January 18, 2018 from 7 P.M. - 8 P.M. at Marbut Elementary School.
Innovation, cutting-edge on horizon for DCSD middle and elementary schools Two DeKalb County School District (DCSD) schools are on their way to state-of-the-art upgrades, cutting-edge technology and innovative learning spaces following groundbreaking ceremonies the week of Dec. 10. DCSD Superintendent/CEO R. Stephen Green joined district officials, Board of Education members [...]
Five exemplary DeKalb County School District employees were honored during the district’s 5th Annual Academy of Educational Excellence Awards on Nov. 11 at the Georgia World Congress Center. The top teacher, principal, and support professionals were recognized for their contributions to student achievement. The winners include: Principal of The Year: [...]
The state high school football playoff semifinals are set for DeKalb County on Friday, December 1st, with Cedar Grove (Class 3A No. 1) and Tucker (Class 6A No. 1) hosting for a spot in the state championship round.
The DeKalb County School District’s 2017 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) score is 70, up from 66 last school year. Since 2016, the CCRPI score for elementary schools increased five points; middle schools increased three points; and high schools increased nearly one full point. DeKalb has shown significant [...]
Grad Central Station is your one-stop shop for DeKalb County School District graduation information. Customer Service is at the top of our list, and our goal is to provide our school community with a convenient and efficient way to share graduation news, and a positive experience for families. Grad Central [...]
BUILDING OUR CHILDREN’S FUTURE. $561 Million Capital Improvements Program Now Underway DeKalb County School District (DCSD) has announced the official planning and construction schedule for its five-year, $561 million Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (E-SPLOST) Capital Improvements Program. On May 24, 2016, DeKalb County residents [...]
DeKalb County School District is conducting a survey to measure how much access its students and families have to technology. We need your help to get the best data. Please take a moment to complete our brief survey on student and family technology access.
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The five-point TRUST Turnaround Plan is DeKalb County School District's blueprint for improving student achievement at under-performing campuses. To better understand this plan, the district has created the following graphic for the community. View the entire plan.