Dunwoody High School Discipline Office
Stacey Blake, Assistant Principal - Discipline

Audra Curry, Discipline Secretary

Dunwoody High School Student Expectations
We want to provide our students with a safe, orderly environment in which to study and to learn. Certain local school policies, in addition to the system-wide discipline rules are necessary. It is important that each student be familiar with these local policies, as stated in the Dunwoody High School Student Handbook, located in the student's agenda planner. 
Parents, please also review the Student Code of Conduct - Student Rights and Responsibilities and Character Development Handbook with your child. This information is in the "Student Expectations" link on the right.
Discipline Office News
From the Discipline Office
ISS will be over on Friday 5/19. Students who get referrals on or after Friday will be suspended OUT of school and will have to return to take final exams in the summer. This includes students who are not in dress code.

Thank you for your cooperation.
Door to Door Rule
Students: Please see below for the D to D Rule.
Parents: Internet Safety
Please click here for more information regarding internet safety. 
Neighborhood Safety
Earlier this school year, a neighborhood family was almost hit by a student in a white SUV.
Students who drive to school and to school sponsored events, please be sure to obey the neighborhood speed limits and traffic rules.
We want DHS students to set a good example and keep to the greater Dunwoody Community safe.

Thanks for your cooperation.
Discipline Office Links

When calling the Discipline Office (678-874-8522), please be prepared to leave a message. Messages are checked often throughout the day, and calls will be returned promptly.

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