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Volunteer Hours Report, May 27th

This is the final report for the 2015-2016 school year.  The only numbers listed are the ones that did not finish; so if your number is not listed you are complete.


HAVE A GREAT SUMMER AND THANKS FOR BEING REAL "CHAMPIONS"
FINAL REPORT, 2015-16 

E-SPLOST Information

To learn more about E-SPLOST − including definitions, history, budget allocations, timeline, sample referendum, videos, and additional resources −visit www.dekalbschoolsga.org/e-splost

 

For more information on voting, including early voting locations and times, go to http://web.co.dekalb.ga.us/Voter/CurrentElectionInfo.html  

May Volunteer Hours Report
Volunteer Hours Report - May 
Purchase Your Yearbook Today!!!
Attention 6th, 7th & 8th  Graders: The Yearbook is on sale for $35.00. We only have 50 left. Please come to the Media Center to purchase yours today!!!
 
School-Wide Late Work/Academic Recovery Policy
Late Work and Academic Recovery Policy 
Secondary School Facility Planning and Feasibility Study Announcement

Second round of Public Meetings for Secondary School Facility Planning and Feasibility Study

DeKalb County School District is holding the second of three rounds of public meetings for the Secondary School Facility Planning and Feasibility Study. The second round of the community input meetings will be held Tuesday May 10that Dunwoody HS at 6:30pm and Thursday May 12th at McNair HS at 6:30pm. For more information please visit the website at http://www.dekalb.k12.ga.us/www/secondaryschoolfacilitystudy  

Parent Teacher Conferences
Sign up for Parent Teacher Conference Here
http://www.ptcfast.com/schools/The_Champion_Theme_School

If you are unable to set up conference online, please contact us via phone at 678-875-1528.
 

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

 

     

Parents APPs to Keep Your Child Safe!
Parents as we enter the holiday season, many of our students will find themselves with a lot of idle time.  Most of this time will be spent either on computers or on their cell phones. With the growing influence of social media, we need to make sure that we are monitoring their activities at all times. Please click on the link below for information that will help you monitor your student's activities during this holiday season and beyond! APPs for Parents!

 
The Champion School Updates via Text Message
Parents if you would like to receive updates and reminders on your cell phone via text
message please text: JOIN to 56360


If successful the return message will read: “Thanks for joining school alerts....”


If not successful the return message will read: “Request not processed. Contact the school to add your number….”

*Please email our registrar Ms. Ash at: Audrey_Ash@dekalbschoolsga.org to have your number added.



 
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 Policy
Uniform Vendor Information


 
 
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