Announcements

  • PTO Officers

    CONGRATS to our 2021-2022 PTO Officers. 

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  • Progress Report Delay

    Due to integration issues with the Alabama State Department of Education’s new student information system, Powerschool, Progress Reports for Dothan City Schools will be delayed until next Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

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  • DCS Mask Mandate

    Based on the surge of COVID-19 cases in Houston County, Dothan City Schools (DCS) and Houston County Schools (HCS) have partnered to enforce a mask mandate across both school districts requiring all Pre-K-12 students, staff, and visitors to wear masks while on DCS and HCS campuses and while inside their buildings.

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  • FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES

    Dothan City Schools Allocates Funding for School Supplies for All K-12 Students for the 2021-2022 School Year.

    All Dothan City Schools will provide school supplies for students during the 2021-2022 school year.

    DOTHAN, Ala. – Through funding provided through ESSER II, federal COVID-19 relief funding, Dothan City Schools will provide all students Grades K-12 with school supplies during the 2021-2022 school year to relieve families of the financial burden that school supplies can bring. Funding will cover the necessary school supplies for the entire school year.

    “Dothan City Schools are committed to providing excellent services to our customers...our students,” says Dr. Dennis Coe, Superintendent of Dothan City Schools. “Our commitment includes utilizing the extra federal funds to provide both an educational benefit for our students and a financial benefit for our families.”

    School supplies will be provided to all DCS students within their base school at the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year. Organizations looking to donate school supplies for the upcoming school year are encouraged to donate book bags, classroom cleaning supplies, and other needed supplies not covered by ESSER funding. Funding does not cover school supplies for Pre-Kindergarten programs at Head Start and Dothan City Early Education Center. 

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  • 2021-2022 In-Person Reopening Plan2021-2022 In-Person Reopening Plan

    After a thorough review and consideration of the points offered by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), Alabama’s Passport Law, the Alabama Association of School Boards, and the School Superintendents of Alabama, the Dothan City Schools will adhere to the attached plan in reopening schools for the 2021-22 school year. 

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  • calendar On February 16, 2021, the Dothan City Schools Board of Education approved Dothan City Schools 2021-2022 School Calendar.

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  • pto

    Congratulations to our PTO Officers...
    Our wonderful parents are ready to serve!!!
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  • pk
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Interested in Dothan City School's Pre-Kindergarten programs?
    Registration is now open for
    Dothan City Early Education Center
    and registration opens on February 1st for
    DCS Head Start & Preschool
    .
    Need more information? Go to bit.ly/DCSPreKindergarten
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  • sga

     

    We are proud to announce our SGA Officers & Senators...
    President-Sarah Clay
    Vice President-Cody Arnold
    Secretary-Mary Kate Gowen
    Senators
    3rd Grade
    Christiana Brewer
    Jackson Gowen
    4th Grade
    TBA
    5th Grade
    Payden Roberson
    6th Grade
    Eli Hurley
    Kristopher Arnold
    We look forward to seeing our students serve with pride!!! 🐾💙❤️
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  • SB

     

    🐝🐝 Our Spelling Bee was a huge success🐝🐝Congratulations to our 2020-2021 winners:
    1st place- 5th grader Evan Nematpour and 2nd place-4th grader Juniper Hickerson.
    We are so proud of all our super spellers! Evan will represent Heard in the Houston County Spelling Bee!!! 🐾💙❤️🐝
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  • Dress Code

    Dothan City Board of Education recently approved to revise the Dothan City Schools Dress Code Policy. The new dress code is effective January 5, 2021.
    Under the revised Dress Code Policy, students can continue to wear their old uniform items. Additionally students will be allowed to wear appropriate jeans as well as striped t-shirts.
    Please go to www.dothan.k12.al.us to read the revised Dress Code Policy.
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  • Congratulations Heard Family!!! We are so excited that the name our school submitted WON!!! We would like to thank our community for voting “Ed”ucation as the name for the #SeniorPeanut!!! Please make a visit to the Dothan City Board of Education to see the newest peanuts!!! 🐾💙❤️ #WeAreHeard #DothanCitySchools
     
    Peanut
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  • Attention Parents 🚌
     
    2020-2021 Applications for Transportation are available. Please return to Dothan City Schools' Transporation Department by mailing them or dropping them off at:
     
    DCS Transportation Department
    430 Third Avenue
    Dothan, Alabama 36301
     
    or email them to:
    sthweatt@dothan.k12.al.us
    chstevens@dothan.k12.al.us
    jbruner@dothan.k12.al.us
     
    Applications can be found at https://bit.ly/DCSTransporation.
     
    Parents do not need to fill out another form if they have already completed one.
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  • Good Morning Heard Parents, as we prepare to reopen, we will need your email address ASAP. Please email our secretary, Mrs. Collins at becollins@dothan.k12.al.us the following information:

    1. Child’s Name
    2. Parent’s Name
    3. Parent’s Email Address

    Thank you in advance!!! #WeAreHeard 🐾💙❤️

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  • Kindergarten Registration

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  • PTO Volunteers Needed!  We would love your support!PTO Volunteers Needed!

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  • Sick Kids

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  • Vaccines According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, from newborns to college, you can help protect your children from 16 serious diseases by getting them vaccinated. Make sure your kids get any needed vaccines before the back-to-school rush!

    As a parent, making sure your children are vaccinated on time is an important step toward ensuring their long-term health. Vaccination also helps protect the health of classmates, friends, relatives, and others in the community.

    By following the CDC’s recommended immunization schedule for your children, you help protect them from disease outbreaks.

    See the ADPH Back-to-School flyer.

     
     
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