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1 Dalton Middle School

2 Dalton Middle School (DMS) 1200 Cross Plains Trail Dalton GA Phone: 706/ or 706/ Fax: 706/ School Contacts: Principal: Brian Suits Asst. Principals: 6th-Russ Southerland, 7th-Missie McKinney, 8th-Nancy Zahn Business Office: 706/ (administrative questions and school business) Attendance Office: 706/ (report tardies, absences and medication needs) Counselors: 706/ (discussions of records, schedules and personal issues) Rueben Duarte, Mark Kratz, and Sharon Hines Social Worker: John Allen 706/ Homeless Assistance:Jackie Taylor 706/ Bus Services: First Student Inc. 706/ Exceptional Student Services (ESS): Parent Mentor: Nancy Horner 706/ Social Worker: Rosa Pacheco 706/ Title I Parent Involvement Coordinator and Migrant Liaison: Maria Khote 706/ School Day Schedule: Tardy bell rings at 8:20am; school day ends at 3:30pm. Lunch Schedule: 6th grade:11:15-11:45 8th grade: 11:45-12:15 7th grade: 12:15-12:45

3 From The Principal Dear Cougar Family, Welcome to Dalton Middle School! I am pleased to present to you the edition of the Dalton Middle School Handbook. Much work has gone into giving you a guide that will keep you informed regarding our school s offerings and policies. Parents, I encourage you to please check the calendar with regularity so that you can stay current with the academic and extracurricular events and activities involving your child. Also, the DPS Parent Portal will provide you with a convenient way to check your child s grades frequently and see important news and features regarding the school. If you need help accessing the portal, please contact our school at (706) for more details. Finally, the website is a fun and informative way to stay connected to personalities and performances. Stay connected! We re your school, too! With best regards, Brian Suits, Principal Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

4 Contact Information for Dalton Public Schools Link to district, school and student info. : Administration & Operations: CENTRAL OFFICE Administrative Services Building located at 100 S. Hamilton Street, Dalton GA Fax Applicant and Employee Services Center Fax Superintendent Jim Hawkins, PhD Operations Building located at 412 S. Hamilton Street, Dalton, GA Fax Maintenance School Nutrition Services Security Bus Transportation, First Student Annex Building located at 105 N. Thornton Ave., Dalton, GA Technology Services Center Fax C3 Center Fax Student Enrollment Center and Parent Resource Center Located at 803 East Morris Street, Dalton, GA Fax Elementary Schools Prekindergarten-Grade 5 Prekindergarten-Grade 5 Prekindergarten-Grade 5 BROOKWOOD SCHOOL ROAN SCHOOL CITY PARK SCHOOL Will Esters, Principal Cindy Parrott, Principal Rick Little, Principal 501 Central Ave Roan St. 405 School St. Dalton, GA Dalton, GA Dalton, GA Fax Fax Fax Prekindergarten-Grade 5 Prekindergarten-Grade 5 Prekindergarten-Grade 5 PARK CREEK SCHOOL WESTWOOD SCHOOL BLUE RIDGE SCHOOL Phil Jones, Principal Angela Garrett, Principal Lisa Goode, Principal 1500 Hale Bowen Drive 708 Trammell St. 100 S. Bogle St. Dalton, GA Dalton, GA Dalton, GA, Fax Fax Fax Dalton Middle School Dalton High School Morris Innovative High School Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Grades 9-12 Brian Suits, Principal Debbie Freeman, Principal Ron Ward, Principal 1250 Cross Plains Trail 1500 Manly St. 803 East Morris St. Dalton, GA Dalton GA, Dalton, GA Fax Fax Fax All DPS schools (and district) made adequate yearly progress (AYP) in 2009 as determined by the guidelines of the No Child Left Behind Act. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

5 Dalton Middle School Helpful Links!!! Lugares en linea!!! Dalton Public Schools & Dalton Public Schools Parent Portal https://ics.dalton.k12.ga.us/campus/portal/dalton.jsp Georgia Curriculum Standards https://www.georgiastandards.org Georgia Department of Education Georgia Schools AYP Status Georgia Schools Report Card Northwest Georgia Health Care Partnership Weather News US Department of Education No Child Left Behind

6 School Calendar Friday, August 7.. First Day of School Thursday, September 3 End First Month (20 days) Monday, September 7. Labor Day Holiday Wednesday, September 23.. Parent-Teacher Conferences grades 9-12 (Early Dismissal for ALL Students) Friday, October 2.. End Second Month (40 days) Friday-Monday, October Staff & Student Holiday Tuesday, October 13 Professional Learning/Student Holiday Wednesday, October 21.. Parent-Teacher Conferences PK-8 (Early Dismissal for ALL Students) Wednesday, November 4 End Third Month (60 days) Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Thanksgiving Holidays November 25, 26, 27 Monday, December 7 End Fourth Month (80 days) Friday, December 18.. Early Dismissal for Students End First Semester (89 days) Monday, December 21 Winter Holidays Begin Monday-Tuesday, January 4-5. Professional Learning/Student Holiday Wednesday, January 6. Classes Resume After Winter Holidays Monday, January 18 Staff & Student Holiday Thursday, January 21.. End Fifth Month (100 days) Monday-Friday, February Mid-Winter Break Thursday, February 25. End Sixth Month (120 days) Tuesday, March 2 Parent-Teacher Conferences 9-12 (Early Dismissal for ALL Students) Wednesday, March 24 Parent-Teacher Conferences PK-8 (Early Dismissal for ALL Students) Thursday, March 25.. End Seventh Month (140 days) Friday, April 2 Friday, April 9. Spring Holidays Friday, April End Eighth Month (160 days) Friday, May 28 Early Dismissal for all students (last day of school) **End Second Semester (91 days) **End Ninth Month (180 days) DHS Graduation lst Semester Monday, May Memorial Day Holiday 89 days Tuesday-Thursday, June Professional Learning ** Graduation date and the last day of school can be affected by make-up days. 2nd Semester 91 days For district events calendar and to view events by school: Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

7 Calendar, page 2 Elementary Schools and Dalton Middle School Nine Weeks Grading Periods End / Report Card Dates 1st -Thursday, October 8 Wednesday, October 21 2nd -Friday, December 18 Friday, January 8 3rd -Wednesday, March 17 Wednesday, March 24 4th -Friday, May 28 Thursday, June 3 Dalton High School Progress Reports Issued Thursday, September 10 Tuesday, November 17 Tuesday, February 9 Wednesday, April 28 Semester Ends Semester Report Cards Parent-Teacher Conferences/Prof. Learning 1st - Friday, December 18 Friday, January 8 Early Dismissal for ALL Students 2nd - Friday, May 28 Thursday, June 3 Wednesday, September 23 Parent-Teacher Conferences 9-12 Six Weeks Periods End Progress Reports Issued Wednesday. October 21 Parent-Teacher Conferences PK-8 Friday, December 18 Professional Learning Tuesday, March 2 Parent-Teacher Conferences st - Friday, September 18 Thursday, Sept. 24 Wednesday, March 24 Parent-Teacher Conferences PK-8 2nd - Wednesday, Nov. 4 Wednesday, November 11 Friday, May 28 Professional Learning 3rd - Friday, December 18 Friday, January 8 4th - Wednesday, February 24 Wednesday, March 3 5th - Thursday April 16 Thursday, April 21 6th - Friday, May 28 Thursday, June 3 Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

8 Table of Contents Teaching and Learning Qualifications of Teaching Staff Textbooks Grading and Homework Web-based Student Reports Promotion and Retention Assessing Student Progress Field Trips Media Center Technology/Internet Clubs, Sports and Activities Behavior and Discipline Student Expectations Student Rights and Limits DMS Hands Off Policy DMS Demerit Policy Administration Responsibilities Teacher Responsibilities Consequences Electronics Policy Attendance, Checkout, and Tuition Attendance Policy Definition of Perfect Attendance Checkout Procedures Tuition School Visits, Flowers/Gifts, Telephone Use Sign-In Procedure for Visits Flowers and Gifts Student Use of School Telephones Transportation and Food Services Bus Service Food Services Clothing, Personal Belongings, Lost and Found and Lockers Clothing and DPS Dress Code Personal Belongings Lost and Found Lockers Wellness and Safety Wellness Policy Health Concerns and Medication Illness Head Lice Emergencies Emergency Preparedness Student Support Services Guidance School Social Worker Collecting and Sharing Student Information Forms Required for Enrollment Invitations FERPA and PPRA Use of Social Security Numbers Media, Photography and Videotaping on School Premises District and School Websites Sports Equity & Non Discrimination Notice Code of Conduct Did You Know? Federal Title I funds were used to help with the cost of providing this handbook information to parents. Title I Part A is a part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). This act provides federal funds through the Georgia Department of Education to local educational agencies (LEAs) and public schools with greater than 40% of their children qualifying for free or reduced-price meals. These funds are designated to ensure that all children learn challenging academic content and meet high academic achievement goals. Recognizing that parents are important partners in their child s learning, some Title I funds are designated to provide parents with information and opportunities for parent involvement. To view your school s parent involvement policy and Title I plan, check with the school office. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

9 Teaching and Learning Qualifications of Teaching Staff If you would like more information about your child s teachers (or paraprofessionals serving your child) such as information on educational background and/or completion of state requirements for licensure and certification, please contact the school office. Textbooks The student must assume the responsibility for textbooks issued to him/her. The replacement cost of a lost or damaged book ranges from 100% replacement cost for newly issued books to $.50 repair cost for paperbacks. A second book will be issued to a student provided the student pays for the first one issued or the parent makes special arrangements for the second. (Books are issued and checked in by using different numbers for each book.) Grades Grading Scales currently in use in Dalton Public Schools are: A = B = C = D = F = 69 and Below Report Card Dates: See the calendar on previous pages. Note: Grading periods are nine weeks (with mid-term progress reports.) Homework: The assignment of homework is encouraged when it enriches the school program. The amount of homework shall be reasonable to the extent that it benefits the child and does not interfere with the student s health, the student s assuming responsibilities in the home or take so much of the student s time as to deny opportunities to engage in activities of the student s own choosing. Web-based Student Reports Infinite Campus Parent Portal All DPS students and parents are assigned accounts on Infinite Campus, the district s online grade-reporting and messenger system. Activated accounts allow you to access password-protected, customized web pages with links to on-line grade report and attendance reports for your child as well as district /school messages. There are two types of activation codes one for students and one for parents. Students may request their codes from homeroom teachers. To obtain a parent activation code, please your request to or contact the DPS Enrollment Center at 706/ DPS has upgraded its automated messaging system to notify parents by or phone in case of a school emergency. Please be sure to keep your address and telephone number up to date in the school office so the district, school or teachers may send you important information. Promotion and Retention DPS guidelines for promotion and retention, approved by the Dalton Board of Education, comply with Georgia law. This law directly impacts all Georgia third-graders, fifth-graders, and eighth-graders. If students do not meet reading and math standards as measured by the state s CRCT test as well as district requirements, the student will not receive automatic promotion to the next grade. To view a copy of these guidelines, visit the district s website at (four clicks community, about DPS, then policies and policy manual ). Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

10 Assessing Student Progress Grades 1-8 Dalton Public Schools complies with the Georgia Department of Education s requirements for administering both state and national standardized tests. In addition to testing students in grades 1-8 with the state-mandated CRCT tests and third-grade and fifth-grade writing tests, grade-specific assessments have been created within the district to bridge classroom performance to state annual assessments. A testing schedule is available online at (Note: The testing schedule is subject to revisions based on changes made by the Georgia DOE during the school year.) Parents may view the results of all tests administered to their child. Standardized test results will be shared with parents through parent conferences and/or report cards. Schoolwide results are available online at Field Trips Field trips are planned to complement the instructional program. Teachers will provide parents with notification regarding details of planned trips. For your student s safety, we require all students to ride school buses (if vehicular transportation is needed) to and from field trips. Students are expected to return to school with their class after field trips. If an admission cost must be paid for the trip, your child s teacher will let you know in advance. (Field trip costs must be paid in cash.) No child will be excluded from a field trip if he/she is unable to pay the admission cost. Media Center The DMS Media Center is open for students and teachers before, during, and after school Monday through Friday. Our library is rich with resources and services of all kinds for students and teachers. These resources include books, magazines, newspapers, computer information (Internet and CD-ROM programs), and audiovisual materials. Service is provided by two media specialists and support staff. Teachers are welcome to sign up to bring classes in for checkout, instruction, and research. Students may come on an individual basis with a teacher s pass. Students may check out a maximum of two books each for a two-week period and magazines for three days. With special permission, students may be able to check out a third book. Books can be renewed once. Students will be fined five cents a day, however, for overdue materials, and they must pay for lost books. We advise students to check the date due slip in the back, so they can return books on time. Other services include printing from the computer and making copies for academic work. The first five pages are free, but subsequent coping/printing is five cents per page. The Media Center staff welcomes students and teachers to use our facility. Please let media specialists know how they can fill your needs. Internet Access Policy The Internet has become a rapidly growing resource of information available to everyone; Dalton Middle School has Internet access available at all computers in the labs and in each classroom. Many classes use the Internet as components of the classroom instruction (Technology), as well as for resources and as a teaching tool. Students at Dalton Middle School will have access to the Internet unless the student, parent, and sponsor have completed a Parent Objection to Internet Use form. These forms are available from the counseling office. It is understood that students will only be allowed to access the Internet under teacher supervision and areas visited will be monitored. Any student or staff found to be accessing materials not appropriate for the classroom will forfeit his/her access privileges and disciplinary actions can be taken. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

11 Clubs, Sports and Activities Listing of Clubs and Activities at Dalton Middle Drama Pep Club Academic Bowl Team Math Counts Odyssey of the Mind Poetry Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes Jr. Beta Club Student Council Mill Creek Project Listing of Sports at Dalton Middle Tennis 6 th, 7 th & 8 th Girls & Boys Football 7 th & 8 th Boys Soccer 6 th, 7 th & 8 th Boys & Girls Cheerleading 7 & 8 th Girls Basketball 7 th & 8 th Girls & Boys Swimming 6 th, 7 th, & 8 th Girls & Boys Wrestling 6 th, 7 th & 8 th Girls & Boys Track 6 th, 7 th & 8 th Girls & Boys Golf 6 th, 7 th & 8 th Girls & Boys Softball 6 th, 7 th & 8 th Girls Baseball 6 th, 7th & 8th - Boys A. Guidelines for Sports Participation Each student participating in a sport must have on file at school, before the first day of tryouts in which he/she engages, a record signed by a medical doctor stating that the student is physically fit to participate in sports. The form must include the date of the physical and have a statement releasing the child to participate in athletics. One physical will meet requirements for all sports within the school year. A student whose physical becomes outdated during the year will not be allowed to participate until a new physical has been filed with Athletic Director s Office. It is recommended that physicals be completed during the summer to avoid becoming ineligible during the school year. Athletic physicals are valid for a period of one calendar year for the date indicated on the form as the actual date of the physical Eligibility for extra-curricular activities is determined based on the following: A student must pass five (5) courses during the semester preceding the activity. (Grades will be averaged for each grading period during a semester to determine eligibility for the following semester.) All 6 th graders are automatically granted eligibility for 1 st. semester. Middle school eligibility will expire after 3 seasons. A student who has earned promotion may not repeat the grade to participate in a sports program. Neither may a student be retained in a grade for athletic purposes (Board Policy HBE). A student may participate in athletics at the middle school level a maximum of three years. Seventh grade students may not participate in extra-curricular activities during the school year if they reach their fifteenth birthday on or before May 1st of the school year. Eighth grade students may not participate if they reach their sixteenth birthday on or before May 1st of the school year. A student traveling to an extra-curricular event must have on file a permit to travel form. This form will be completed at the beginning of the year and will cover any extra-curricular events in which the student participates. Dalton Middle School athletic teams abide by all rules of the North Georgia Middle School Association. B. Guidelines for Participation in Clubs and Other Activities Eligibility for participation in clubs or other extracurricular activities that compete with other schools is the same for sports (item A4i. above). Physicals are not required for participation in these types of activities. Permit to travel forms must be on file for activities involving travel away from DMS campus. These may be completed at the beginning of the year and will be good for all activities during the year (includes sports participation). A student participating in band classes may not participate in after school activities if academic eligibility requirements have not been met. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

12 C: Expectations For Participation in Extracurricular Activities Students must be in attendance at school four (4) full periods during the day in order to participate in an after-school activity. Students checking out and not returning to school will not be allowed to participate. (Exceptions may be made for funerals or other extenuating circumstances.) These rules apply to practice as well as competition and participation. Students are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner in the classroom and in the community. Representing Dalton Middle School in an extracurricular activity is a privilege and should be treated as such. Students will not be allowed to participate in an extracurricular activity if they are in suspension program, a habitual violator of DMS rules, or violate the laws of the community. Individuals participating in off-campus activities requiring school transportation are expected to ride with the team or group and return to school on the bus. Parents wishing to provide alternate transportation must make prior arrangement through the school office. Information about DMS Extracurricular Activities Academic Bowl Team Mission or purpose: The purpose of the academic Bowl Team is to provide opportunities for students to compete against local, state and national teams answering questions in the areas of Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Science and General Knowledge. These opportunities build confidence and teamwork skills in students who may or may not compete in athletic events. Name of faculty advisor: Candy BeBolt Description of past or planned activities: The Academic Bowl team has at least 5 major competitions throughout the year: 1. A school-wide competition which determines the members of the year s team. 2. A fall and spring Knowledge Master s Competition in which team members compete via computer on a regional, state and national level. 3. The P.A.G.E. sponsored competition in which students compete on a regional level. If they win at the region, they advance to the state semi-finals hoping to reach the state finals in Atlanta. 4. Each year for the past 16 years, regional teams have been invited to compete in the Dalton State College Invitational. *In past years, teams have also competed in regional matches in Lafayette and in the World Classic in Lexington, Kentucky. Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Mission or purpose: To present to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in the relationships and in the fellowship of the church. Name of faculty advisor: Lynne Parker Description of past or planned activities: Meet every Friday morning before school. Various speakers each week. See you at the Pole, Lock-in at School, Area wide meetings, Adopt a Child (Hunger) from World Hunger. Send $15 per month to the St. Jude Children s Hospital, School Projects, Community Projects, Leadership Meetings and help students go to the FCA Summer Camp. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

13 Mill Creek Project Mission or purpose: Increase environmental awareness through active participation in field science. Name of faculty advisor: Chris Manis, John Patrick Description of past or planned activities: Currently, the project is actively involved in the following field activities: 1. A mark recaptures study of aquatic and terrestrial turtle species. 2. A herpetological inventory survey of all reptiles and amphibians on the DMS campus. 3. A general invertebrate inventory/water monitoring survey of Mill Creek. 4. Habitat enhancement efforts in the form of wildflower plantings and bluebird/screech owl nesting boxes on the DMS campus. Future efforts will include a habitat selection/home range study of eastern box turtles on DMS campus. National Junior Beta Club Mission or purpose: The purpose of the National Beta Club shall be to promote the ideals of character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious achievement and to encourage an assist students in continuing their education after high school. The National Beta Club, a student-centered organization, continually develops and nurtures individuals by providing opportunities and experiences enabling them to demonstrate the ideals of character, achievement, service and leadership in a global community. Name of faculty advisor: Lisa Hackney Description of past or planned activities: The National Junior Beta Club was started at City Park during the school year. The major project for the first year was Child Abuse Prevention. The theme of the campaign was Heroes Against Child Abuse. The club sold bracelets with Hero on them, sold certificates for a Wall of Heroes and had grade levels compete to collect change for Child Abuse Prevention. DMS would like to continue on the path that City Park School started and offer National Junior Beta Club to the students at DMS. Odyssey of the Mind Mission or purpose: Odyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving competition for students of all ages. Kids select a problem, create a solution, and then bring their solution to competition against other teams in their age/grade category. There are many nuances of the program, some of the basics of participation include: 1. Kids work in teams of up to seven members under the guidance of an adult coach. 2. Teams spend weeks or months, at their own pace, creating solutions to long-term problems. 3. Teams come up with all the ideas for their solution and do all the work themselves. 4. In addition to the long-term problem, teams solve a spontaneous on the day of the competition. Name of faculty advisor: Lisa Hackney Description of past or planned activities: Dalton Public Schools has been involved with Odyssey of the Mind since the school year. Most of the schools in Dalton Public Schools have participated at one time or another. The Dalton teams traditionally perform well at Region Finals and advance to State Finals. In the late spring of 1996, three teams for Dalton Public Schools advanced to World Finals. In 1997, five teams advanced to World Finals and one team from Dalton Junior High School placed first in the world. In 2002, one team from Dalton Middle School advanced to World Finals. During the school year, Dalton Public Schools had 2 Odyssey of the Mind teams. At one time Dalton Public Schools had 19 teams involved in Odyssey of the Mind. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

14 Poetry Club Mission or purpose: The club was formed with the purpose to allow students to develop and share their interest in poetry and creative writing. At meetings, students share, read and/or write poetry as well as express and develop an appreciation for the art of poetry. Name of faculty advisor: Pam Bateman, William Skinner Description of past or planned activities: Meets during extended homeroom as well as bi-weekly during lunch. A section of an advisor s classroom is set up as a Poetry Café. Here students meet during their scheduled lunchtime to eat lunch and develop their craft (with poetry club advisors) while enjoying the fellowship of their club members. Monthly campus-wide open poetry reading meetings (average attendance 50 students). Bi-weekly working meetings are held with foundation members. Poetry writers assist with the process, other members work on technical assistance of graphic layout, photography, and research of published poetry. Every Friday throughout the school year, Poetry Club members provide a Poetry Moment during the school-wide morning announcements. Original poetry, as well as selected published poetry is shared with the entire campus population to help promote poetry awareness and appreciation. Poetry Club maintains an exhibit in the front area of the school that displays student and teacher work. This area demonstrates creativity and sparks interest in the process. Planned: An annual booklet of student authored poetry. An annual evening performance of poetry for the students to read poetry to their invited guest in a bistro-type setting. An annual gift of student selected poetry books to the school (Media Center, Reading, Language Arts, etc.) via fundraising. Activities to promote Poetry Awareness in the community during National Poetry Appreciation Month (April) Science Club Mission or purpose: The mission of the DMS Science Club is to provide students with the opportunity to explore science through authentic investigation processes; provide opportunities for students to explore scientific concepts with real scientists from the greater Dalton area through a partnership with Dr. David Wiedenfeld, professor at Dalton State College; and spend time with peers who share the same curiosity of science. Name of faculty advisor: Jo McKinney Description of past or planned activities: The DMS Science Club will meet on a weekly basis for about 1.5 hours after school to explore one scientific theme per quarter. The four themes are: Ecology and Environmental Science with a focus on Mill Creek and the diversity of live around the school yard; Geology; Space and Rocketry; and the Physics of amusement park rides. Activities will be student focused inquiry with a strong emphasis on using the scientific method to solve authentic, real world issues that impact humans, animal and plant life, the health of our planet, and exploring the unknown regions of Earth and the universe. Student Council Mission or purpose: The DMS student council is designed to represent the student body of DMS and to serve as a liaison between the staff and the students. Name of faculty advisor: Lisa Hackney Description of past or planned activities: The DMS Student Council undertakes several service projects each year. The projects are voted on by the council and involve the total student population in making a difference in Dalton, the surrounding community, and the world at large. Each year the Student Council has fundraising project to support their effort. Educating Students to Become Contributing Citizens of the World

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