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Josh Deslattes will be moving to Dalton High School as the new assistant principal. He currently serves as an assistant principal at The Dalton Academy.
Dr. Ryan Richards has been named the athletic director at Dalton High School for the 2023-24 school year. The board approved his appointment at its regular meeting last night. He currently serves as the head basketball coach and social studies teacher at Northwest High School.
The Dalton Board of Education has approved Dr. Steven Craft as the chief of student services and activities for the district, effective April 10.
Do you know a student support staff member in Dalton Public Schools who should be recognized for their hard work and passion for working in our schools to improve the opportunity for student learning by making ‘school’ a better place for our students?
Nominations are now being accepted for the Tom Jones Educator of the Year award sponsored by the Dalton Education Foundation. Nominations must be received by the Foundation by Friday, March 24, 2023 at 4:30 p.m.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, students, staff, and community volunteers at City Park Elementary spent their day today serving in their school and throughout the community.
At the December meeting of the Dalton Board of Education, Dalton Public Schools graduated its first class of District Ambassadors. Twenty-eight business leaders, parents and staff members completed the semester-long Ambassadors Program, and received a certificate of completion and a small token of appreciation on Monday night.
Dr. Scott publishes a monthly column in the Dalton Daily Citizen about relevant topics in our district.
In a ceremony on November 15, 2022, a new class of eighth grade students committed to the Georgia REACH (Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen) Scholars program. Gabriel Cuello, Caleb Guzman, Mia Hurtado, Paulina Miguel-Martin, Andrea Najera, and Isabel Perez make up the district’s seventh class of REACH Scholars.