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The Sharing is Caring Christmas Club is a community project for children living in Whitfield County/Dalton City designed to provide Christmas for needy children who due to financial reasons, would not otherwise get any gifts.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved a third extension of the free summer meal program through December 31, 2020. This extension allows all students ages 18 and under to eat free breakfast and lunch at schools.
Dalton Public Schools will transition out of the two-day hybrid model on September 21, 2020. Students in elementary school will begin attending five days per week, while students in middle and high school will attend four days per week with Wednesday continuing as a day for cleaning and virtual learning.
Many parents may be wondering how to ensure that their children will thrive academically, socially and emotionally regardless if they chose to attend in-person or virtual learning.
School supplies are an essential factor to ensure successful learning for any student returning to school. This month, over 4,000 family resource boxes packed with school supplies will be distributed to families throughout the district.
The Dalton Board of Education has tentatively approved to continue with an operating millage rate of 8.20 mills. This would be the seventh consecutive year with the same operating millage rate.
Video message from Superintendent Tim Scott.
The Dalton Public School System offers the following career and technical education programs for all students regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency or disability in grades 9-12.
A letter from the DPS Board of Education with updates about returning to school.