May 16, 2017

kids 

 8:00AM - 1:00PM & 3:00PM - 6:00PM

You will need:

*   Social Security Card

*   Original Birth Certificate

*   Current, up to date, physical examination and immunization record (These must be on a Tennessee Department of Health Certificate od Immunization, which can be obtained form you doctor's office or the Health Department)

*   Proof of residency for DeKalb County (i.e. gas/electric bill)

*   Your child (they will be tested on registration day)

 

Children to plan to attend Kindergarten must turn five years old on or before August 15, 2017 in order to enroll for the 2017-18 school year.


 

 

April Students of the Month

 

 

 

DeKalb West School announces its April Students of the Month. Named this month as the Best at DeKalb West are Dayton Heflin, Kindergarten; Camille Barton, 1st grade; Kaylee Kent, 2nd grade; Hudson Moss, 3rd grade; Emily Young, 4th grade; Zoi Hale, 5th grade; Caleb Dies, 6th grade; Sierra Sabatino, 7th grade, and Sydnee Hendrixon, 8th grade.  Students are chosen based on academics, character, and other traits that make them outstanding among their peers.

 

Pictured first row left to right are Kaylee Kent, Hudson Moss, Camille Barton, Zoi Hale, and Dayton Heflin. Second row left to right: Emily Young, Sierra Sabatino, Caleb Dies, and Sydnee Hendrixson. 

 

 


 

 Read 20 minutes a day!

Read 20 Minutes a Day

Why are we encouraging READ 20?  Spending 20 minutes of focused time reading with your child makes a lasting impression on them, helps their reading comprehension, and builds their imagination and creativity.  Most importantly you're spending time together.  Let reading together be a part of their childhood memories!   #READ20


 

Latest News Photo Click on "Latest News" in the left column to keep up with special events at DeKalb West School.

 


 

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are wiring students to learn, achieve, and succeed.