In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked a few of our teachers who made a difference in their lives.... no surprise - they all named former teachers!
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Blue Ridge ESS Teacher Fabiola Miranda knew her students could really brighten someone's day. Her brother-in-law is deployed as part of the 48th Brigade, 108th CAV.
The Dalton Board of Education approved Christine Long as the principal of Blue Ridge; Kim Rhyne as the principal of City Park and Lauri Johnson as the principal of Dalton Middle School.
Dalton Public Schools celebrated the rich history of writing that has been passed down in the district through the years at the annual Young Georgia Authors Celebration on March 27.
Three principals have announced their desires to leave administration in Dalton Public Schools next school year.
Two semi-final rounds on January 17 narrowed the social studies bee competitors for the entire district down to 12 district finalists.
During National Teacher Appreciation Week, May 6-10, Dalton Public Schools would like to thank our teachers and our support staff who serve our students every day! We want to thank each of our 900 employees for being the Dalton Difference! Their compassion for students, love of learning and commitment to helping every child is what makes them exceptional teachers.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, the DPS communications department created a series of videos about the influence of teachers. The first video is being released today, May 8, with the others to follow Thursday and Friday, May 9 and 10. At the end of the week, all videos will be available in the playlist below, along with Facebook and Youtube.
These videos highlight just a few of our very own teachers. We hope you enjoy them!