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At the end of the school year, 18 employees will retire from Dalton Public Schools. Those 18 individuals represent 310 years of experience in Dalton Public Schools and 458 years of experience in education.
For his hard work and dedication to Dalton Public Schools, Jorge Miranda was named the 2022 Dale Cook Support Educator of the Year.
This semester, Dalton Junior High School premiered over 20 new clubs designed to engage students and provide homes for their hobbies.
Three schools in the district received grants for their dual language immersion (DLI) programs from the Georgia Department of Education.
Citizens of Whitfield County/Dalton will soon be heading to the polls to cast their ballot in the mid-term elections. On the ballot will be the question to continue the one-cent sales tax for education or ESPLOST.
City Park School recently celebrated their first Jasmine Day in remembrance of the late Yasmin Singh, a long-time Dalton Public Schools special education paraprofessional who passed away from cancer in late 2021.
At the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year, the district’s school nutrition department was facing an unprecedented staff shortage. In a brand-new partnership with the high school Work Based Learning program, Dalton Public Schools is filling those vacant positions using student workers.
Dalton Public Schools held its annual Young Georgia Authors celebration on Wednesday, March 30 at Hammond Creek Middle School. The school, district and Northwest Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) winners were all recognized at the event.
The Dalton Academy’s Law and Public Safety Pathway recently earned industry certification under the guidance of teacher Ken Wiggins.