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 August 3, 2015 - Registration

August 4, 2015 - Administrative Day (Teachers Only)

August 5, 2015 - First day of school

 

 

 

 


 

  DeKalb County Schools

are wiring students to learn, achieve, and succeed.

 


  

  
  The 8th grade class at DeKalb West said its final good-bye on May 21 when 40 students picked up their certificate of...

  
7th grade student Christian Trail loves to read, which is abundantly clear by the extreme number of Accelerated Reader points...

  
8th grade student Abbey Parchman loves with a passion doing something that some students have to be forced to do. She’s...

  
After tough try-outs for next year’s cheerleading team, Coach Tammy Payne has made the final selection for the 2015-2016...

  
At least three DeKalb West students penned a paper for the Tennessee Department of Education’s second annual “Why...

  
The DeKalb West baseball team was a bunch of soggy ‘dawgs’ this baseball season. With all the rain dropping on the...

  
Children’s author Michael Shoulders does magic tricks, tells jokes, and even raps when he visits students at school. Shoulders...

  
The National Junior Beta Club has chosen 8th grader Callie Mulloy for the prestigious John W. Harris award. The Vice President...

  
Sixty-one students entered their projects into the annual DeKalb West School Science Fair. Held March 12 and 13, students in...

  
The 2014-2015 class of Junior Beta officers was recognized formally after an April 30 meeting of the Parent Teacher Organization....

  
Positive Attitude, Act Responsibly, Willing to Learn, and Stay Safe

  
From Tennessee to Italy and from community workers to slavery, students in the first through eighth grades at DeKalb West researched topics and created displays for the annual Social Studies Fair. Held Oct. 9 and 10 in the DWS gym, the Social Studies Fair was open for parents and visitors to view during the Parent-Teacher Conference prior to Fall Break.

  
8th Grader