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July 29, 2021

11:30am-12:30pm  Seniors (12th Graders)
12:40pm-1:40pm Juniors (11th Graders)
1:50pm-3:50pm Sophomores (10th Graders)
4:00pm-6:00pm Freshmen (9th Graders)

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Please note: Infinite Campus is indicating that passwords have expired. We are unable to reset passwords at this time while the county is adding new students to the system. Please make sure students and parents have joined the Remind for each class in order to receive updates.

Freshman Code: @dw2025
Sophomore Code: @dwood2024
Junior Code: @dwood2023
Senior Code: @dwood2022

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Students/parents text the code to a Remind phone number: 81010. For example, if you wanted to join a class with the class code @wildcat, you would text @wildcat to 81010.
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Posted Monday, July 26, 2021
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Posted Sunday, July 25, 2021
Yearbooks are here! Graduated seniors can come pick their books up on Saturday 7/24 from 9-2 in the Cafeteria. Can't make it then? Graduated seniors can pick theirs up next week, 7/26-7/30, during school hours. All other students will receive theirs during the school year.
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Posted Tuesday, July 20, 2021
 Attached is the Summer Bridge flyer in English and Spanish.  Summer Bridge will take place Thursday, July 22, 2021, from 9am - 2pm.  Students are being asked to arrive between 8:30 am - 8:50 am and report to the auditorium.  Summer bridge is only for first time incoming 9th grade students who are enrolled to attend Dunwoody High School next school year, 2021-2022.

There will be other orientation activities taking place the first week of school for those 9th graders that are unable to attend Summer Bridge, as well for students in 10th - 12th graders, to orient or RE-orient students to the school building.
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Posted Tuesday, July 20, 2021
As the school year kicks off on Monday, August 2, we excitedly prepare to have our amazing Wildcats welcomed with open arms. It is a privilege to have the chance to create a safe learning environment for your student, combined with a climate and culture of inclusion, to move a unified Wildcat staff and student body to further greatness. We all own a piece of the amazing puzzle that, when properly placed, will continue to create and embrace the Dunwoody Experience.

Please continue reading for a message from our new DHS principal, Mr. Tom Bass.
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Posted Saturday, July 10, 2021
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