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Clothes Closet’s Impact on Students at Elizabeth Andrews

Student support trio (l-r) Cynthia Gipson, school social worker; Rose Porter, guidance counselor; and Melody Moton, Title-I parent liaison, standing among donations to the clothes closet at Elizabeth Andrews High School. A modest, sparsely decorated office space partially filled with clothes, shoes, and other items is making a tremendous impact on students at Elizabeth Andrews High School. The office is home to the school’s clothes closet, a location students seek [...]

Dunwoody High Student Wins State Video Contest

Peter Vuong, a senior at Dunwoody High, won the Georgia Attorney General’s 2016 “We’re Not Gonna Take It” campaign video contest. Peter Vuong, a senior at Dunwoody High School, won the top prize in the Georgia Attorney General's "We're Not Gonna Take It" campaign video contest. Participants in the contest were required too will be aired on local television stations in January. Tammy Wichman of Dunwoody High's Mass Communications Academy [...]

Stone Mountain HS Student Joins Board at Monthly Meeting

Nyisha Jones, a junior at Stone Mountain High School, represented the students of the DeKalb County School District at the Feb. 13 meeting of the DeKalb County Board of Education. Nyisha holds a 4.095 GPA and plans to attend Howard University to major in communications in film and television. Her career goal is to become a film director. Nyisha is the editor of the Stone Mountain High yearbook, serves as a teacher assistant, and [...]

Apply Today for Princeton Summer Journalism Program

High school journalism students in the DeKalb County School District are encouraged to apply for the 2017 Princeton University Summer Journalism Program. The deadline to apply is Friday, February 24. The program is an all-expenses-paid journalism and college preparation learning experience at Princeton University for high school juniors from low-income backgrounds, scheduled for August 4-14 at the university’s campus in Princeton, NJ. Students learn reporting skills from celebrated journalists, report and write their own [...]

Stone Mountain High International Students Support Local Shelter

Like most service projects, the latest effort by the International Club at Stone Mountain High School began modestly. “We were looking for a community service project. We started searching for something that would be really important,” said Jenevee Spence, the club’s faculty sponsor and school’s ELA department chair. “We came across the International Women’s House. It was unique to partner with someone our students can identify with.” For the last several months the club, [...]

Georgia HOSA Regional Online Testing Results

64 DeKalb County students have advanced to the state-level Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competition.

Superintendent Green’s Statement On Diversity & Students

TRANSLATIONS “We are hearing a lot of conversation right now … some of it extreme … about how residents originally from outside our country should be treated. As your leader, I want to make sure all our principals and teachers clearly understand the position of the DeKalb County School District on this issue." “We have 102,000 students here. They come from more than 180 countries, and they speak 140 languages. We [...]

Cyber Safety Day

From cyberbullying to social networking, Cyber Safety Day aims to raise awareness of emerging online issues and to encourage students and staff to use the internet and social media more safely. In an effort to create a culture of cyber safety awareness, there will be a district-wide Cyber Safety Day on February 7, 2017.  

2017 DeKalb Technology Fair Winners

The DeKalb County School District (DCSD) is proud to recognize the student winners of the 15th annual DeKalb County School District Technology Fair on January 21. Students in grades 3-12 participated, with nearly 50 earning awards. Projects designed and built by students were judged on documentation, functionality, creativity, understanding and intended purpose. The first place winners in each grade level category will advance to the GaETC State Technology Fair on Saturday, March 11, at Middle [...]

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