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The Dodgen Toolkit is the central location for all parent/student information and allows parents/members of the community to make various purchases online.
Click on a specific grade to link to Summer Assignments & School Supply Lists
Save the Dates!
Friday, July 28, 2017
Mark your calendars now for Panther Day for the 2017-2018 school year!
8th Grade: 9:30-10:30am
7th Grade: 11:15am-12:15pm
6th Grade: 1:30-3:00pm
Click here to view our Panther Day webpage
Click here for 2017-18 Volunteer Opportunities
Saturday, August 5th
We have the opportunity to further your knowledge of Dodgen.
This is a great time to come with your questions regarding early dismissals, medications, fine arts opportunities and more.
Come & explore Dodgen at your pace!
Until then, go and take a look at what awaits you at Dodgen Middle School.
Click here to access our Dodgen 101 Guide as well as informational videos from lockers, to classroom, connections and clinic as well as finding your bus, carpool, you name it.
Click here to sign-up for Rising 6th grade toolkit.
New to Dodgen?
Visit our Dodgen 101 page for an online guide to policies and proceedures as well as videos to orient you to our school!
If you received a pink letter from Dr. Hill in March that was sent via USPS, this applies to you.
Per Georgia law, YOUR STUDENT MAY NOT BEGIN 7th GRADE WITHOUT AN UPDATED 3231, WHICH EXPIRES JULY 1, 2017.
Click here for more information.
Thank you to all of the members, volunteers, committee chairs and board members who help us excel in support of the Dodgen community.
Click here to view Dodgen PTSA's Awards List.
We are happy to announce that Dodgen's first online directory is now live and available to all PTSA members.
Click here for instructions for Online Directory Use
Click here for Directory or use the Navigation Toolbar above
Wondering about the printed directory?
A printed directory will be available in Sept/Oct. Ordered directories will be delivered to your student (via HR teacher). Not sure if you ordered one?
- Click here to sign into your Toolkit account
- Locate "PREVIOUS ORDERS' at the top of your screen for order history information.
Panther Partners…An opportunity to help those closest to us!
Hello, my name is Karen Schwartz. As the school social worker for Walton HS, Dodgen MS, East Side, Mt. Bethel and Timber Ridge ES, I am sometimes asked to assist families who are struggling economically. We all learn best when we are healthy, fed, clothed, and have the supplies we need. Despite living in a predominately affluent area, there are those who live one paycheck away from a crisis or who simply struggle to stay on top of basic needs.
Last year, I helped many families in our cluster with some sort of economic assistance. Many times, these needs are under $30 - examples include breakfast money, clothing, new sneakers, backpacks, treats for an elementary student’s birthday, snacks for students, among other items.
While I partner with local churches and non-profits, there are little needs that arise periodically so I have created Panther Partners – a group of individuals who would like to provide assistance for needs in our community. If you would like to be included in this list, please email me at Karen.email@example.com. I will email requests once or twice per month for students in my five schools and will identify in the email the specific school that the request is for because many want to support their particular school. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at 770.973.7145. Thank you for being part of helping support our community!
Click here for the Dodgen Administration's dress code document
Effective January and for the remainder of the 2016-2017 school year, leggings and yoga pants can no longer be worn with a t-shirt. Leggings can only be worn with a dress, skirt, or blouse that is two inches above the knee. Many reminders, announcements, and class meetings have taken place throughout the year in an attempt to give students the opportunity to correct their attire. Parents we are sharing this information with you now so you can plan accordingly in preparation for your student’s return to school next semester. We will review this policy again with students in January, along with disciplinary consequences for not following this and other dress code expectations.