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Tom Bass, Principal

Dear Dunwoody High School Community -

I am excited to share that a new principal has been named for Dunwoody High. Please help me welcome and congratulate Mr. Tom Bass as the new Principal of Dunwoody High School! Mr. Bass is coming with several years of assistant principal experience from a neighboring district. He also has many years of experience at Dunwoody High School, previously serving as a teacher, coach, and an assistant principal.

I am very confident that Mr. Bass is the perfect fit for DHS. With his experience, enthusiasm, and in-depth knowledge of the Dunwoody community; and with your support, he will continue the atmosphere of excellence that currently exists at the school. He is the definition of Wildcat Pride! He will begin transitioning next week. The administrative team and I will be communicating with Mr. Bass to ensure a smooth transition. You will be hearing from him soon.

I would also like to extend a special thank you to the Parent Advisory Committee for participating in the selection process!
Feel free to reach out to me with questions. Enjoy the last few weeks of your summer!!

Melanie Pearch
Region I Superintendent

Stacey Blake, Asst. Principal, Discipline-9th & 12th, Athletic Dir.

Stacey Blake, Asst. Principal, Discipline-9th & 12th, Athletic Dir.

Mr. Blake is the Assistant Principal for Discipline (grades 9 & 12) and is the administrative liaison for Fine Arts and Health/P.E. departments, as well as for students with last name N-S. Additionally, he oversees the custodial staff, building safety, security staff, & the duty roster, as well as serving as the Athletic Director for the school. Mr. Blake feels it is the responsibility of staff, parents, and stakeholders to help every student develop a strong character and be a part of a safe and orderly school environment. He advocates for Dunwoody HS to provide equal educational opportunities to all students and bring an end to bullying, harassment, and bias.

Larryssa Harris, Asst. Principal, Assessment & Accountability

Larryssa Harris, Asst. Principal, Assessment & Accountability
 
Mrs. Harris is ecstatic to be a part of Dunwoody High School’s awesome learning community! In addition to having over 20 years of instructional and leadership experience with the DeKalb County School District, Mrs. Harris is also a proud product of DCSD. As the Assistant Principal for Assessments, Mrs. Harris works with all stakeholders as we document our focus on maximizing student learning and growth. Her door is always open, as she is delighted to serve the faculty, staff, community, and most importantly, the students of DHS. Mrs. Harris is the administrative liaison for the Science department and for students with last names J-M

Andy Jameson, Asst. Principal, Instruction

Andy Jameson, Asst. Principal, Instruction
 
Mr. Jameson serves as the Assistant Principal of Instruction at Dunwoody High School.  He is responsible for the master schedule, the scheduling process for students, and serves as the administrative liaison to the Exceptional Education Department and students with last names T-Z.  A proud member of the Wildcat Family, Mr. Jameson has worked in the DeKalb County School District since 1998, all but one year of which has been at Dunwoody High School.

Maria Jiram, Asst. Principal, Attendance

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Mrs. Jiram is a proud Wildcat who serves as the Assistant Principal of Attendance. She oversees attendance referrals,  MAP & ACCESS testing, and works closely with PTSO on teacher grants and registration. She serves students with the last names E-I, along with Ms. Carr. She is  also proud to serve as the administrative liaison for the English and World Languages Department.


Amiraht Lester, Asst. Principal, Discipline-10th & 11th

Amiraht Lester, Asst. Principal, Discipline-10th & 11th

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Mrs. Amiraht Lester is our newest Wildcat and will be the Discipline AP for 10th and 11th grades. She will work with the CTAE and Social Studies departments, as well as with students with last names A-D. Ms. Lester was raised in Troy, AL. Her passion for education was fostered by her parents, especially her father who was a college professor of art, art history,  and architecture for over 50 years. After graduating from Alabama A&M University, Mrs. Lester moved to the metro-Atlanta area and began her career in education.  She has served the students and families of the Dekalb County School District for 23 years. For 17 years, she served the Druid Hills High School community as a science teacher, department chair, AP coordinator,  and numerous other responsibilities. During the past 5 years, she served as an assistant principal to the students and families of Cross Keys High School. Mrs. Lester is very passionate about education and has a goal of ensuring that each one of her students know that they are GREAT and that they can accomplish ANYTHING!  Mrs. Lester is excited about becoming a member of the Wildcat family and is ready for a great year!

Kimberly Wiles, Asst. Principal, 9th Grade

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Ms. Kimberly Wiles is truly honored to be a member of the Dunwoody learning community and looks forward to a great school year. Ms. Wiles has relocated from the Savannah, GA.  Ms. Wiles is former Secondary Mathematics teacher and Instructional Coach.  Ms. Wiles comes to Dunwoody with 15 valuable experience and is committed with working the Dunwoody team and all of its stakeholders.  Ms. Wiles will serve as the Assistant Principal of the 9th grade class.  She will work closely with the 9th grade counselor to ensure that all 9th graders get the guidance they need for a successful freshman year.  Ms. Wiles will also serve as the administrative liaison for the Mathematics department.



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