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Campus Portal is a confidential and secure website that provides parents, students, and staff with real-time access to information to better understand, monitor, and participate in the educational process.


Parents or guardians are requested to register children for school as soon as they move into a school attendance zone. Schools can register students any day during the regular school year. During the months of June and July, schools are required to designate specific days and hours for new student registration. Parents of students returning to the same school must submit updated information to the school prior to ending of the school year or during summer registration.

Parent Resource Centers

The centers’ resources focus on instruction, Title I programs, college information, parent engagement and other offerings for students in grades Pre-K – 12th grade. Computers are available for use as well as a lending library allowing parents the opportunity to take resources home, on loan. 

Bullying / Harassment / Hazing

Bullying, harassment and hazing are detrimental to the well-being of students and greatly hinder them from reaching their true academic potential. The DeKalb County School District’s Bullying/Harassment/Hazing Awareness Campaign endeavors to stop bullying, harassment and hazing in schools. This comprehensive approach to addressing these issues seeks to educate, not only students, but the entire community of stakeholders.

Testing Calendar

Attendance has a direct influence on student achievement, therefore it is important that students are in school every day, especially on test days.  Attendance on designated test days give students the opportunity to show what they know, providing teachers with valuable information that will help them improve teaching and learning.

Tobacco Prevention

The DeKalb County School District, in partnership with the DeKalb County Board of Health’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work program, has adopted a district-wide comprehensive tobacco plan to support implementation of the existing 100 percent tobacco-free school policies. 
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