PALS Winter 2018 Program

PALS (Perimeter Adult Learning Services) is excited to announce its Winter 2018 Monday program running for 8 weeks beginning January 8, 2018 and running through March 5,2018 (no class on January 15, 2018) at the Dunwoody United Methodist Church. The incredible lineup of classes will include The Black Experience 1900 – 1940, The Environmental Protection […]

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Contact:

Irtis Katz
(770) 698-0801
admin@palsonline.org

Final Exam Dates – Chamblee High and Dunwoody High

Interesting to compare the difference of having a block schedule vs traditional for final exams.  Dunwoody kids have a max of two per day whereas Chamblee kids could have 4 finals on one day! CHAMBLEE (Traditional Schedule with 7 periods and the same 7 subjects all school year long) Tuesday, December 19: Students will take […]

DHS principal briefs Chamber members

Dunwoody High’s new principal, Priscilla Cole, met with the education committee of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce after just a few weeks on the job, but she offered a list of measurable goals that seemed to please the business community. Read the article on thecrier.net

Groundbreaking set for new Austin Elementary in Dunwoody

The DeKalb County School District will break ground on the replacement school for Dunwoody’s Austin Elementary on Dec. 15. The new school is slated to open at the start of the 2019-2020 school year and will be built near the existing facility at the former Dunwoody Senior Baseball fields.  Continue reading at Reporter Newspapers

15 DeKalb Schools Recognized Statewide for Student Achievement

Fifteen schools in the DeKalb County School District (DCSD) were recognized for generating some of the best student achievement statewide in 2017. The 2017 Single Statewide Accountability System awards, given by the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement, is a list of Georgia schools that have exhibited high student performance or academic growth as measured by the […]

CAN A THON at Dunwoody High

Dunwoody families need more than gifts this holiday season, they need food.  For the next three weeks, join the Wildcat Basketball Teams, the Basketball Cheerleaders, the Wrestling team, and the swim team as they challenge all DHS students, teachers and staff to help stock the food bank at Dunwoody Baptist Church!  With nearly 2000 students […]

Broadway is coming to Chamblee!

Broadway is coming to Chamblee! No, Not Hamilton…Guys and Dolls! This Tony Award winner is coming to our very own theater, put on by 120+ of our very own students!  Show dates are Friday, Dec. 8 @ 7 pm, Saturday, Dec. 9 @ 7 pm and Sunday, Dec.10 @ 2 pm. Purchase tickets today! (reserved seating, $10 each, $11.34 with […]

Outstanding Educator Award

Congratulations to two Dunwoody High School teachers, Jennifer Ouanzin and Alan Ritchey, for receiving the University of Chicago’s Outstanding Educator Award!  Three decades old, this award is given each year.  Recipients are selected by entering freshmen who are asked to nominate an educator who has influenced them, challenged them, or helped them along the path toward […]

The 2018 AAPA Scholarship Competition is Now Open!

The Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association (AAPA) (http://www.atlantapanhellenic.org), a community-based organization composed of alumnae from National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member fraternities, has launched its annual scholarship competition. Applications are now available on the AAPA website (http://www.atlantapanhellenic.org/scholarships). Since 1932, the AAPA has provided financial support to women from the Atlanta area as part of its goal of supporting academic […]

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