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Atlanta, Georgia 30319
P 678-874-1502
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Superintendent's Newsletter

Please click here to access Superintendent, 
Mrs. Cheryl Watson-Harris' Weekly Newsletter.
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It is time to return your Library Books to School!
Please look around your home for any books and bring them to school with you. 

Use this Padlet to find activities and Read-aloud books to enjoy at home

Kindergarten Lottery Information

State of Region 1 Address
February 23, 2021
Melanie Pearch
Links Provided Below:

Do you have a question or need to reach a teacher? 

You can always send a message to your teacher through Class DoJo or email. You may also call the main office of the school to get assistance. A member of our Office Staff will be available to assist on Monday -Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 678-874-1502.



Students login with the following:
Username: s#@dekalbschoolsga.org (their s # is their 7 digit lunch number)
Password: Kindergarten is dekalbkk, 1st grade is dekalb01, 2nd grade is dekalb02, 3rd grade is dekalb03, 4thgrade is dekalb04, 5th grade is dekalb05 

Virtual Learning Support for Students

How to Log On to Verge for Online Learning 
 If a student needs a password reset, please submit a request using this link:
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Dekalb County Help Desk
Dekalb County School District Help Desk at 678-676-1188. 

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Principal Advisory Council

Principal Advisory Councils bring schools and communities together to solve education problems, improve academic achievement, provide support for teachers and administrators, and bring parents into the decision-making process. Each council consists of a minimum of seven members: four parents/guardians, two certified teachers, and the principal. Members are trained to organize meetings and develop Principal Advisory Council bylaws, understand advisory status and authority, recognize legal issues such as open meetings and open records laws and confidentiality, make recommendations to increase student achievement, and create a continuous improvement plan. Councils provide an opportunity for local school decisions by representing the interests of the school community to the principal, who in turn conveys the information to Regional Superintendents, the Superintendent, and, if necessary, the Board of Education. 

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