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Cancelled Meeting
Due to the resurfacing of our gym floor, the mandatory parent meeting scheduled for July 27th has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a date to be announced later. Thanks for your flexibility.  
The Champion School Open House 2016-2017
The Champion School's Annual Open House will be held on Wednesday, August 3, 2016.  There will be two sessions. 6th grade parents and students will attend from 1:30pm to 3:30pm.  7th and 8th grade parents and students will attend from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.  Please see the attached flyer for more information. CTMS 2016-2017 Open House Flyer  
2016-2017 New Student Registration

Welcome new Champion parents and students. If you were selected from the waiting list on June 28th, registration for new students will take place on Monday (July 25th),  Tuesday (July 26th) and Wednesday (July 27th) from 9:00 am to 11:30 am and 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm in the Counseling Center.  Please remember you must receive an acceptance letter from the Theme School Office in order to enroll.  To expedite the process please download, print, and complete the documents below and bring with you to registration.

New Student Registration

School-Wide Discipline Protocol

Uniform Policy

Field Trip/Photo Release  

Dekalb County Board of Health Immunization Extended Hours
If you are still in need for immunizations please click here for more information!  
Upcoming Events
  • Wednesday, August 3rd: Open House; 1:30pm to 3:30pm for 6th grade students and parents and 4pm to 6pm for 7th and 8th grade students and parents
  • Monday, August 8th: First day of school (all students are expected to be in full business attire)
  • Friday, August 12th: Summer packet due
  • Friday, August 26th: Back to school dance @ 4pm in the Champion gym
  • Thursday, September 8th: 1st General Body PTSA Meeting/Curriculum Night/Annual Title 1 Meeting @ 6pm in the gym.  
2016-2017 Summer Packets
Please click on the link below to access The Champion School's summer packet. It will be due by Friday, August 12, 2016 for all rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.
2016-2017 Summer Packet Link
The Champion School Uniform Policy
Please be reminded that the uniform policy will be strictly enforced. We highly recommend you review the attached uniform policy and vendor information and be mindful of the items below to take into consideration when purchasing apparel for your student(s) for the school year.
1. Blazers with school crest are mandatory and must be worn every Monday
2. Business attire is every Monday
3. Sneakers should be solid black (no sandals or boots ever)
4. Belts should be black
5. Shirts tucked in at all times
6. Boys are not allowed to wear earrings
7. Skirts and shorts must be at least fingertip length
8. No multi-socks (please see policy)
9. Sweaters and Jackets worn during the school day must be burgundy or be Champion related.
10. Any item that violates this policy will be confiscated and a parent may be required to come and pick it up.
11. Repeated violation of the uniform policy may result in student being withdrawn
Uniform Vendor Information
Uniform Policy

2016-2017 Supply List
Parents please see the attached generic supply list. Please note that some teachers may add special items based on their class/course requirements on the first day of school.
Generic Supply List
School-Wide Late Work/Academic Recovery Policy
Late Work and Academic Recovery Policy 
DeKalb County Schools Recognized for High Performance

The Georgia Department of Education on Friday, December 11, 2015, released the list of Title I Reward Schools for school year 2015-16. Three DeKalb County schools were awarded the Highest Progress School designation. Highest-Progress Schools are comprised of the top 10 percent of Georgia’s Title I schools with the highest performance on statewide tests over three years. DeKalb’s Highest-Progress Schools are Robert Shaw Theme School, The Champion Middle Theme School, and Marbut Elementary School. Along with DeKalb’s three Highest Progress Title I schools, the state also recognized DeKalb Early College Academy as a Highest Performing School. Highest Performing Schools are the top 5 percent of Georgia Title I schools with the highest performance on statewide tests over three years.
Title 1 Rewards Schools News Release



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