Join Dooly County Schools as we celebrate Exceptional Student Week. Please show your support on each themed day!! Go Bobcats!
2 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
exceptional Student week
Important Meeting Today at 5:30 for High School Migrant and ESOL Students and their Families!!!
2 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Dooly County School System salutes the Dooly County Board of Education members this week for National School Board Appreciation Week! Our school board has been recognized by Georgia School Board Association four years in a row as an Exemplary school board. We acknowledge and celebrate the passion, hard work and dedicated service as they work tirelessly for public education and Dooly County Schools. Thank you for encouraging professionalism, strong positive relationships, innovative educational systems and exceptional opportunities for all. We appreciate all that you do!
2 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Message from Superintendent Woods - National School Social Workers Week: In honor of National School Social Work Week, school social workers, please see the message below from State Superintendent Richard Woods. The theme of National School Social Work Week 2024 is "Pearls of Wisdom." This week-long celebration highlights the dedicated professionals who play a pivotal role in enhancing the well-being and success of Georgia students. As we embrace National School Social Workers Week, it is with immense joy and gratitude that we extend our heartfelt appreciation to all of you who tirelessly dedicate yourselves to making a profound difference in the lives of students, families, and the entire school community. As a school social worker, you are instrumental in fostering a positive and nurturing environment for our students to thrive. Your compassion, empathy, and unwavering commitment to the well-being of Georgia students are truly commendable. In the face of various challenges, you serve as a pillar of support, offering guidance and understanding to those in need. Your ability to build meaningful connections with students and families creates a sense of trust that forms the foundation for personal and academic growth. We recognize your invaluable contributions, from addressing student well-being concerns to collaborating with educators, parents, and community resources. Your advocacy for student opportunities reflects a dedication to ensuring that every student has the chance to reach their full potential. This week is a celebration of your passion, resilience, and positive impact on the lives of those around you. Your role is not just a profession; it's a calling that shapes the future and leaves a lasting imprint on the hearts of the students you touch. As we express our deepest gratitude during National School Social Workers Week, please know that we see your efforts and appreciate and admire you. Your work is essential to creating a supportive and nurturing educational environment, and we are profoundly grateful for the difference you make every day. Thank you for your dedication, kindness, and commitment to Georgia students' well-being. Happy National School Social Workers Week! With sincere appreciation, Richard Woods Georgia State School Superintendent
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
School Social Workers Week
STEM Night is BACK by POPULAR DEMAND!! Join us Tuesday, March 26, 2024!! See the flyer below!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
STEM Night
Happy School Social Work Week! Let's celebrate the amazing work of school social workers in advocating for student well-being. Join us in raising awareness and supporting their vital role! #ImpactInTheMaking #PearlsOfWisdom
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Please support Georgia Public Schools!!! Our students' futures depend on it!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Read Across America - March 2 - 6, 2024 A child’s ability to read has a direct effect on their future success. Reading with your child helps to increase their vocabulary and improves their reading fluency and comprehension. We encourage EVERYONE to pick up a book and read to a child. Whether it’s a beloved classic or something new and exciting, we encourage you to spread the joy of reading. For more information, visit NEA’s Read Across America site at www.readacrossamerica.org.
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
Read Across America
GA offers FREE one-on-one tutoring for high school students!!! See the flyer for more information!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Greetings Bobcat Nation! This was the Black History Month WoW Wednesday spotlight with a focus on trailblazers in Dooly County...people who broke down barriers and paved the way for greater opportunities for all! Like Barack Obama, Shirley Chisolm, Ralph Bunche, Mae Jemison, Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Russell and so many more, these Dooly Countians are also history makers in their own right. They took risks and opened doors. We stand on their shoulders, and we salute them today and always. Though the National Celebration of Black History comes to a close, let's continue to learn about, teach and share the accomplishments of our fellow Americans.
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Congratulations to our Dooly County K-8 students who participated in the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl (HRRB) held this past Saturday at Valdosta State University. Both Dooly County K8 Academy teams represented Dooly County with dedication, pride, and excellence and earned certificates at the bowl. Elementary team members competing at HRRB were Jayven Anderson, Brittney Argueta, Jaydah Colson, Francisca Lopez, and Bryson McWilliams. Middle school team members included Carlos Argueta, Cole Gaultney, Caydreiana Mitchell, and Axel Monrreal. Jayven Anderson was the elementary team's high scorer, and Caydreiana Mitchell was the middle school team's high scorer. Fifth grader, Brittney Argueta Ceren led all elementary teams, coaches, and visitors in the Pledge of Allegiance during opening ceremonies. Also during opening ceremonies, the elementary banner carriers were Jayven Anderson and Bryson McWilliams. Proud middle school banner carriers were Carlos Argueta, Cole Gaultney, and Axel Monrreal. Thank you students for your leadership and to all parents, family members, sponsors and mentors for providing our children and youth yet another experience to expand minds and experiences!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Hi!! We still haven't met our goal with percentage of parents completing the survey!! Our school needs your input! Help us be better at meeting our children's educational needs. Scan the QR code with your smartphone or click this link - https://gshs.gadoe.org/Pages/parent.aspx. Thanks in advance!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
Climate Survey
Greetings Bobcat Nation!! It's Black History Month Wow Wednesday! This week our spotlight is aligned with the 2024 National Black History focus on African Americans and the Arts and Dooly County's very own, Ulysses Marshall. Enjoy reading about him, and if you have time, check out his latest exhibit, "A Journey of Hope", at the Tubman African American Museum in Macon, Georgia (310 Cherry Street, Macon, Georgia 31201) through August 11, 2024.
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME BASKETBALL!!??!! COME HELP US CHEER ON THE BOBCATS @ Mitchell County High School!! GAME TIME: 6 PM Then go over to Albany to SUPPORT SOCCER AT DOUGHERTY HIGH @ 7:30 PM!! We love our scholar athletes!! GO BOBCATS!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Dooly K-8 needs all parents' help!! Please help your child's school by completing this survey by March 1, 2024. Use this link - https://gshs.gadoe.org/Pages/parent.aspx or scan the QR code on the flyer. We need at least 50% of parents!! But we know you will help us get much more than that!!!! Thanks for making our schools world premiere!! #B.I.G.Dooly #buildingintentionalgreatness
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Join us in celebrating a monumental milestone for the Dooly County School System! On Saturday, March 16, 2024, we are thrilled to host a gala dinner in honor of our incredible 150 years of educational excellence. This special event will be a beautiful evening filled with joy, community spirit, and a look back at our rich history. Tickets are available for $30 each, and for those who wish to enhance their experience, we are also offering the option to reserve tables for $240. This exclusive opportunity allows you to enjoy the evening with friends, family, or colleagues at a dedicated table, making your celebration even more memorable. The dress code for the evening is semi-formal. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of our historic celebration and to create unforgettable memories. The deadline to purchase your ticket and to nominate a Distinguished Alumni is March 1, 2024. Gala Dinner Tickets To purchase tickets for event or reserve a table, please go to https://doolyk12-ga.leanstreamrp.com/district/marketplace/74 Distinguished Alumni Nomination Form To nominate a Distinguished Alumni please go to https://forms.office.com/r/02NYZzsKQr
3 months ago, Public Relations
flyer for 2024 gala
We are proud of our Middle School scholar athletes! Thanks for a great day of baseball and soccer!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
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Kindergartner, Macie Lester called the Dooly County February Board of Education meeting to order. Macie is in Mrs. Rutine Mathis' class and wants to be a school teacher when she grows up. Thank you to Macie and her family! #BIGDooly! #buildingintentionalgreatness
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
Macie Calls Meeting to Order
Our Bobcats were sooo close today, but fell shy 65-67 against Wheeler. This puts our Bobcats at #4 in the Region. We still believe Bobcats! Next up - Mitchell County, Camilla, GA on Tuesday, February 20, 2024! See you there!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
Important Saturday School Announcement!!
3 months ago, DCSS F.A.C.E.S
No Saturday School