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Dunwoody High School

Dekalb County Schools

Discipline Office

<font color="#FFFFFF"><span style="background-color:#00008a"><span style="padding-left:10px">Dunwoody High School Discipline Office<span style="padding-right:20px"></span></span></span></font>

Stacey Blake, Assistant Principal - Discipline

Audra Curry, Discipline Secretary

678-874-8522

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.

Messages

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.