Educating students to become contributing citizens of the world.
Brig. Gen. Marcus Evans graduated from Dalton High School in 1989 and knows his time in Dalton prepared him well for a successful career in the military.
The idea to fix up the gardens and greenhouse at Westwood Elementary was the perfect combination of filling a need in the community and allowing him to thank a place close to his heart.
As part of the United Way of Northwest Georgia's annual "Make a Difference Day," social work students from Dalton State took action and made a difference in the lives of MIHS students.
DPS high school students learned life skills and practiced networking at the fifth annual Youth Leadership Summit, hosted by Congressman Tom Graves.
Third, fourth and fifth grade students participated in a non-traditional school day- attending out of the box classes, helping with a service project and traveling to Dalton High School to learn about different sports.
The CCRPI (College and Career Ready Performance Index) scorecards, released by the Georgia Department of Education, have been redesigned to reflect the progress and growth students are making in their learning.
Six Dalton Middle School eighth grade students committed to be a Georgia REACH Scholar, making up the third class to do so from DMS.
This is the third year in a row that average ACT scores have increased for Dalton High.
The first student council at Blue Ridge is now in place.