World-class learning that prepares students for success in college, careers and civic life.
The Dalton Board of Education will hold the second of two public hearings on the Fiscal Year 2022 budget on Monday, June 14 at 6:30 pm as part of the regular monthly meeting at the Dalton High School auditorium.
For her outstanding work in helping the school and the district through the global pandemic, Bliss Jones was named the 2021 Dale Cook Support Educator of the Year in Dalton Public Schools.
In a year filled with quarantines, virtual school and mask-wearing, Kid City still managed to surpass their growth goals for 2021.
Seven seniors who recently graduated from Dalton High School's International Baccaluareate (IB) Diploma Programme completed a week-long service project with a creative awareness week at the end of the semester.
This year, journalism students at Dalton Middle School completed a project where they participated in NPR's Middle School Podcast Competition. With the help of their teacher, Amanda Triplett, Ellis Stephens and Andrea Marsh entered NPR's Middle School Podcast Competition where they placed in the top 12 in the nation for best middle school podcasts.
Last week, Blue Ridge School was one of 205 schools from 43 states across the country to receive a $5,000 grant through the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries.
Remedium Life Science, in partnership with the Chattooga Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Helping Hands Ending Hunger, recently gave students at City Park Elementary School the opportunity to "shop like it's Christmas."
Meredith Montijo and her paraprofessional teacher, Maribel Landerios, came up with the idea for their students to write letters to local farmers. These letters were written by the students with the intent to thank the farmers in the area who put in hard work and dedication to provide for the community.
The Exceptional Student Services office announces its intention to destroy special education records on July 1, 2021. The destruction of records will affect students born in 1998.
Increasing Graduation Rate
Dalton Public Schools has a graduation rate of 81.6%, a 3% increase from 2018.
Every student in PreK through 12th grade receives their own device to integrate into their classroom experience.
International Baccalaureate Diploma Program
The International Baccalaureate program is a rigorous pre-university program leading to assessments in six subject areas. It offers a challenging and demanding educational experience across the full curriculum.
72% of DPS staff members have advanced degrees.
Our students speak 42 different languages and come from 22 different countries.
Elementary students can participate in German and Spanish dual-language classrooms.
The vision of Dalton Public Schools is: World-class learning that prepares students for success in college, career and civic life.