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[photo: COVID-19 info] Statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19) -- PLEASE SEE DCSD PAGE FOR THE LATEST UPDATES
Beginning Monday, March 16th, all DeKalb schools will be closed. Please see the attached letter from Interim Superintendent Ramona Tyson for more details (COVID-19 SCHOOL DISTRICT CLOSING: 03/12/2020). Out of abundance of caution the building CLOSED at 1pm on Monday, 3/16/20. Please review the "Virtual Learning Assignments during school closure" annoucement below for information regarding virtual learning. Please do not attempt to access the building or portable classrooms during the COVID-19 closure. Thank you for your cooperation. 

The latest information from DeKalb County Schools may be found by clicking here.
Please continue reading for more information. 
[clipart: student at desk] Virtual Learning Assignments during school closure--UPDATED 3/19/20
Message for Stakeholders (Parents/Guardians, Students, Teachers, Staff, and Community/Business Partners):


Teachers will provide students with a virtual learning assignment that is content-specific and relevant beginning March 16, 2020 until further notice. Each assignment will be aligned to the standards and what the students are currently learning. Assignments may involve reading, writing, conducting research, performing mini labs, completing practice problems, taking notes, and/or answering questions. Virtual learning access will be made available to students in grades 1-12 through VERGE. 

Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students will receive electronic copies of their virtual learning assignments via their parents' email addresses on file. 

Please continue to visit the school district's website for current information.

Please continue reading for more information regarding VERGE access and online resources to support students' needs.  
The DeKalb County School District will begin providing daily meal service for students on Monday, March 16, 2020.  All DeKalb County students can receive a free bagged lunch and snack daily, Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. at the following sites:

Region I
Cross Keys High
Sequoyah MS
John Robert Lewis ES -- effective 03/19/20
DCSD will also use buses to deliver ‘grab and go’ bags directly to students in the community beginning March 23, 2020.

For other sites, as well as snack options from DeKalb County Recreation Centers, please views the attached document or click here.
Junior Individual Conferences-- UPDATED 3/18/20
Due to the closure of DCSD schools, we want to assure you we are available to answer any questions and provide support via email.  In order to disseminate information that has been shared in our Junior Conferences, we have created a Junior Conference PowerPoint that is posted on the DHS Website under Counseling Department.  

We will continue to conduct our Junior Conferences via conference call.  If you have not already done so and would like to schedule a conference, please email your student's counselor.   We will also conduct conferences with the Class of 2021 in September and October.  

For your convenience here are the caseload and email addresses for the Junior Counselors:
SAT/ACT/AP Exam updates -- UPDATED 3/20/20
Please refer to the ACT and College Board websites for information on schedule exams.
AP Exams:
Suspension of State Testing
Please continue reading for a message from the Georgia Department of Education regarding the suspension of state testing due to the COVID-19 outbreak. 
Adjustment to the Admissions Requirements for the University System of Georgia
The College Board and ACT have suspended all upcoming ACT and SAT testing dates indefinitely.  As a result, the Chancellor of the University System of Georgia has approved a temporary adjustment to the admissions criteria that allows institutions to approve students for admission if they do not have ACT or SAT scores.  

Please continue reading for more information.
[photo: Digital Dreamers logo] 2019-2020 Digital Dreamers Device Deployment (Chromebooks) -- UPDATED 9/20/19
We are in the process of ordering additional Chromebooks. If you are still in need of a Chromebook, please make sure you sign up online. Please continue reading for more information.
Dunwoody High School Website Navigation
Having trouble finding what you're looking for? Most information may be found by clicking the About Us button to the left, or in the Quick Links to the right.
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Parents & students may subscribe to the RSS feeds for any or all the news & announcements. You may also set your smartphone to recieve the latest news & announcements from the DeKalb County School District mobile app. Please click here for more information on the DCSD app & DCSD Social Media accounts.
Wildcats Webstore
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Game On! Capital Campaign
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GAME ON! Capital Campaign -- Updated 9/19/19 image GAME ON! Capital Campaign -- Updated 9/19/19
The Game On Campaign has plans to replace the current baseball concession stand with a structure that will include bathrooms, a concession stand and a press box. Please continue reading for more information
Dunwoody High School News
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DCSD Virtual Job Fair
DeKalb County School District is holding a Virtual Job Fair beginning March 23, 2020. Please see the attached flyer for details. 
[image: Launchpad icon] DCSD Clever Launchpad / Office 365
DeKalb County Schools introduces the Clever Launchpad, a student portal that provides access to the students’ Office 365 accounts as well as a multitude of digital academic resources which are provided by the district. With Launchpad, students are able to integrate technology in the classroom while maximizing instructional time. Launchpad is dynamic tool that changes resources as the needs of the students change. It is easily accessible from any mobile device.
Infinite Campus
Please continue reading for information regarding Infinite Campus passwords.
[photo: STAR student & teacher] STAR Student & Teacher
To obtain the STAR nomination, high school students must have the highest score on any single test date of the SAT taken through the November test date of their senior year and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average. STAR Students are asked to name their STAR Teachers, who continue with their STAR Students at every level of the program. For 2020, the STAR Student for Dunwoody High School is Justin Heo, and he has chosen Ann Graham as his STAR Teacher.

For more on the STAR program, please click here.
[image: flu information] Illness Protocol / Protocolo de enfermedad
Is your student too sick to come to school? Please see the attached information from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.

¿Está muy enfermo su hijo para asistir a la escuela? Por favor, haga clic en el enlace para obtener información de Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
[photo: AP Honors] Advanced Placement Honors
Congratulations DHS faculty, staff, & students for being awarded Advanced Placement (AP) Honors by the GaDOE! Based on our enrollment, we were eligible to earn 7 out of 8 honors. We earned 5! Our goal is to also earn the AP Access & Support School & AP Expansion School honor.  Please continue reading for more information. 
[photo: Madison Pankey] DHS Senior earns perfect score
Join us in congratulating DHS senior Madison Pankey for earning a perfect score on the ACT! A perfect score means she earned a composite score of 36. Well done Madison! 
[photo: N. Kleber] DHS Junior earns perfect scores!
Dunwoody High School student Nathan Kleber, a Junior, made a perfect score on the ACT and a perfect score on the PSAT! A truly remarkable feat! 
[photo: NMS Finalists] National Merit Scholarship Finalists
Dunwoody High School is pleased to announce the following Seniors have met all of the requirements to advance to Finalist standing in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Competition:
Galya R. Fischer
Justin T. Jasper
Please continue reading for more information about the National Merit Scholarship Competition
[photo: National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists] National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists
We are honored to announce the following students as Dunwoody High School's Semifinalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Competition:
  • Galya Fischer
  • Justin Jasper

Please continue reading for more information about the National Merit Scholarship program.

[photo: National Merit Scholarship Commended Students] National Merit Scholarship Commended Students
We are honored to announce eight students as Dunwoody High School's Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. Please continue reading to learn more. 
[photo: Door-to-Door Rule] Door to Door Rule
Students: Please see below for the D to D Rule. Students and parents are encouraged to review the complete DCSD Student Dress Code on page 81 of the Student Code of Conduct.
School Lunch Protocol
Greetings students and parents,
Students are not allowed to order food from any food delivery service or restaurant and have it delivered to the school. If a student is caught retrieving food from a food delivery service or restaurant, the food will be confiscated, and the student can pick it up after school. Also, students are not allowed to leave the school during lunch.  Parents, if you are dropping off food for your student, bring it into the building and leave it at the security desk. Please do not have your student meet you outside or pull up to the picnic area and drop off food. Safety of all our students, faculty, staff, and visitors is a top priority, and we appreciate your support in maintaining a safe school environment.

Thank you,

Priscilla Cole

Bus Service to/from St. Luke's Parking Lot
Students who park at St Luke's:
The morning and afternoon bus routes to pick up students who park at St Luke's will start on Wednesday.
  • Route 766 bus #1840 will pick up students at St Luke's at 7:25 a.m.
  • Route 706 bus #2095 will take students from DHS bus lane to St.Luke's after school.
See Mr. Blake if you have questions.
Medication Authorization Forms
Parents, please click here to download the medication authorization forms, including permission to carry inhaler, epi-pen, or insulin.
We are seeking the names of the Valedictorians & Salutatorians for the following years: 1977 – 1988, 1995 – 2002. Please contact Mrs. King with any names you know. Please forward this need to anyone who may be in the know! Thank you!
DHS News E-blast
Sign up at the link below to stay electronically updated on DHS news, events, and activities, with the PTSO’s weekly e-blasts. 
Media Release Form & FERPA Information
Please see below for information on the DCSD Media Release form & FERPA information. 

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