Dodge County Middle School, 5911 Oak Street, Eastman, GA 31023
Phone: (478) 374-6492  |  Fax: (478) 374-6484
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From the Principal

Welcome to Dodge County Middle School where a professional and qualified faculty and staff; parents and community who are valued and informed; and, most importantly, students who are supported and encouraged to do their best, come together to create a special place. We are dedicated to providing the resources, the secure and positive environment, and the support necessary for student learning and high levels of achievement for all students. The partnerships formed between parents, students, staff, and community are valued and welcomed. DCMS made AYP for five consecutive years and is recognized as a Title I Distinguished School. DCMS is also accredited, with quality, by the Georgia Accrediting Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). From academics and extracurricular activities to cutting edge technology, DCMS faculty and staff are working hard to prepare our students to be successful in the future. Thank you for your continued support. Please browse our website to learn more about our school or contact me by phone at 478-374-6492 or by e-mail at dsheffield@dodge.k12.ga.us for more information.

 
The Mission of
Dodge County School System
Where we are all about DODGE:
Dedicated to
Our
Desire to
Graduate
Everyone
 
The vision of the
Dodge County School System
is that success leading to graduation is a portal to lifelong learning.

REACH Scholarship...A Reality for Four

 Dodge County Middle School is proud to have four 2013 REACH Scholars: Destanee Holliman, Jonathan Johnson, Ashley Kilpatrick, and Jayla Mitchell.  The REACH Scholarship is a need-based mentorship and scholarship program designed to provide Georgia’s academically promising students with the academic, social, and financial support needed to graduate from high school, access college, and achieve post-secondary success. Throughout the remainder of middle school and in high school, REACH scholars will receive academic and social support from school counselors and an adult mentor / role model. These scholars must maintain strong grades, remain drug and alcohol free, meet with their mentor regularly, maintain good attendance and behavior, and develop educational and career plans. After high school graduation REACH scholars will receive a college scholarship.


Warrior News

CRCT
Starts on April 21st
PLEASE make sure your child is well rested, present and on time each day of the test.
Reading - 21st, ELA - 22nd, Math - 24th, Science - 28th and Social Studies - 29th.


April Student of the Month
Macy Brazil


April Staff Member of the Month
Tim Fountain

 



IMPORTANT NOTICE
FOR UPCOMING 7th GRADERS

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, April 17
Tennis at Toombs 4:00
Sunday, April 20
Easter
Monday, April 21
Reading (CRCT)
Tennis Home 4:00
Tuesday, April 22
ELA (CRCT)
Golf at West Laurens 4:00
Thursday, April 24
Math (CRCT)
Monday, April 28
Golf - Girl's Region at Bleckley 4:00
Science (CRCT)
Tuesday, April 29
Progress Reports
Golf - Boy's Region at Bleckley 4:00
Social Studies (CRCT)

Dodge County School System
2013-2014 School Year Calendar