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DCMS summer office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.


Beginning July 1, 2015, all students seeking to enroll in the school district should report to the Centralized Registration Center. The Center is located at the Dawson County Schools Technology Center, 517 Allen Street, Dawsonville, GA 30534. Upon completion of the registration process, the student will then be enrolled in the appropriate school and will be ready for scheduling upon entry into the school.

For additional information, please contact Lisa Miller at lmiller@dawson.k12.ga.us or (706) 265-32 


Noah Stapp Wins State!

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Dawson County Middle School is proud to announce 8th grade student Noah Stapp as the first place Oratorical winner for the state of Georgia.  

The theme of the 2014 – 2015 Oratorical Contest was “How My Optimism Will Help Me Press on to Greater Achievements of the Future.”  Noah chose to present the theme by telling a gripping story of how his family remained optimistic when Noah’s sister was diagnosed with a life-threatening chromosomal abnormality.  Noah’s wonderous ability to tell a story, coupled with his poise and confidence is easy to recognize as he speaks.

Noah started with a win at the middle school level, then impressed four additional  sets of judges while winning first place at the local Jasper Oratorical Contest, the Zone Contest, the Area Contest, and finally, taking first place at the Georgia District Contest, each presenting Noah with a certificate and a medal.  With his state win,  Noah won a $2500 college scholarship to the college of his choice and will be recognized as the first ever State Oratorical Champion the Jasper Optimist Club has ever had in its history.

The Georgia Milestones Assessment

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Please note school start and

end times for the

2014 - 2015 school year!

Homeroom:  7:15 - 7:30 AM

1st Period: 7:35 AM

(Tardy after 7:30 AM)

Announcements at 7:30 AM

End of day:  2:45 PM

No Check-outs after 2:30 PM



Powerschool Update

We are excited to announce the latest update to the Powerschool Student Information System for parents! Parents now have the option   to have a single account for multiple students and also to receive automatic updates and e-mails regarding attendance and grades.  Log-in information and instructions are provided in the links below. 

Parent Portal Single Sign-On Quick Reference Guide

PowerSchool Parent Portal User Guide


Find A Book GA is a valuable website that allows students and parents to search thousands of book titles by both Lexile measure and topic to find books that will tap into students' personal interest and complement their reading comprehension level. 

The Parents' Guide to New Tests in Georgia!


In 2010, Georgia adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in English language arts and mathematics and incorporated them into the existing Georgia Performance Standards (GPS). Georgia's new state-mandated set of standards is called the College and Career Ready Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS). CCGPS provides a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn in English and mathematics as they progress through grades K-12.


For the 2014-2015 school year, Georgia will begin rolling out new assessments aligned to the CCGPS. These new assessments will be used to gauge how well students are mastering the standards and, ultimately, how ready students are to succeed in college and careers.

Click here to read the

Parents' Guide to New Tests in Georgia