New Manchester High Joins in Youth Art Month Celebration
DCSS Celebrates Youth Art Month With Online Gallery
03/04/2021
Youth Art Month kicked off this month with the Douglas County School System recognizing the role the arts plays in education.
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Sup. North Wins Vision Award from GAEL
03/04/2021
Mr. Robert Costley, executive director of the Georgia Association for Educational Leaders (GAEL), presented the GAEL Vision award to Superintendent Trent North at the Board of Education meeting on March 1. This year, GAEL recognized four superintendents across the state for their vision and leadership.
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Additional Opportunity to Apply for Magnet Programs During Phase 2
03/01/2021
Eighth grade students who meet certain criteria and did not complete an application for the high school magnet programs earlier this year have another opportunity to apply.
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All High Schools in Douglas County Named 2021 AP Honor Schools ​
03/01/2021
Superintendent Trent North is pleased to announce that all high schools in Douglas County received recognition on one or more of the lists of 2021 AP Honor Schools announced by State School Superintendent Richard Woods on February 24, 2021. The honors reflect achievement and/or participation on the AP (Advanced Placement) tests administered by the College Board during spring of 2020.
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View Our "Reaching and Teaching During COVID-19" Video
02/26/2021
The "Reaching and Teaching during COVID-19" video highlights three teachers who have embraced the challenges and even added to their teaching toolbox with new and innovative techniques they will use beyond the current crisis. Click READ MORE for the video link.
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Dr. Sean Kelly Named Superintendent for Wayne County
02/25/2021
Dr. Sean Kelly, a 27-year veteran of the Douglas County School System (DCSS), has been appointed superintendent of the Wayne County School System, effective March 1.
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Eight Douglas County Students Recognized as REACH Scholars
02/25/2021
Eight middle school students are getting a head start on their college careers by signing for scholarships worth up to $10,000. The students are part of the Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen (REACH) Georgia program, a scholarship that promotes academic success and expands access to higher education. Its mission is to increase academic persistence and achievement in Georgia’s academically promising middle and high school students.
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Coming Soon: Kindergarten Registration for 2021-2022
02/19/2021
Beginning Monday, May 3, 2021, parents may register their children for kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year.
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