Dade County Schools Weekly Update: 7th Grader Excels in Zone-Level Oratorical Competition and DCHS Named AP Challenge School


Dade County Middle School student Madison Cain showcased her exceptional oratory skills by securing second place in a recent zone-level oratorical competition. She will be rising to the regional level. Way to go Madison!

The Dade County School System extends gratitude to Ms. Kristin Barrett during National School Social Worker’s Month. Ms. Barrett’s invaluable contributions in assisting students, parents, and community organizations reflect her dedication to the welfare of Dade County students and families.

DCHS earns recognition as an AP Challenge School by the Georgia Department of Education. This accolade underscores the school’s commitment to academic excellence, particularly in Advanced Placement programs.

The Dade County Fishing Team also enjoyed success at a recent tournament at Nickajack Lake, with two out of three boats securing placements in the top 20. Congratulations to the young fishermen for their commendable performance.

Parents are reminded that Pre-K registration for the 2024-2025 school year is now open. Registration can be completed online or at the Central Office located at 52 Tradition Lane.

In response to lost instructional time due to inclement weather, March 28th and 29th will be regular school days for students and staff, rather than the previously scheduled half-day and In-Service day.

Local employers are invited to participate in the upcoming DCHS Career Fair on April 17, 2024, providing an opportunity to engage with approximately 450 students.

Community members are encouraged to provide feedback and suggestions through DC Connect, a two-way communication tool. Additionally, the Dade County Board of Education’s monthly meeting will be held on Monday, March 25, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. at the Dade County Board of Education building.

For a comprehensive list of events and updates, please refer to the district calendar. Stay informed and engaged with the latest news and developments in Dade County.