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Solar Eclipse Extended Day - August 21
The DeKalb County School District will extend its school day by one hour on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, to provide safe viewing and instructional opportunities related to the expected solar eclipse that day. This means that the bus dismissal and car release process will begin approximately at 4:55p.m. on that day. This attached flyer announces those activities and provides helpful information for parents and families in multiple language.

DCPS Solar Eclipse Informational Blueprint
 
Parent Conference Night - Wednesday, September 13 from 5-7p.m.
Come out and meet with your child's teachers to discuss our 4 1/2 week progress report cards.  You will be able to pick up their progress reports and learn what you can do to monitor their progress and help them meet academic expectations this year. 
Title I Stakeholder Meeting/Curriculum Night - Tuesday, August 29 from 5-7p.m.
Come out and learn about some of our plans to use our Title I funds to target our students' needs and what your child's teachers are planning to do to help them excel this school year.  We will be reviewing our Title I Parent/Student Compacts, our Parent Involvement Policy, and our Comprehensive School Improvement Plan as well as sharing our 2016-2017 GA Milestones Data and CCRPI report.  We also want you to meet with your child's teachers and become involved in teaching and learning at Columbia Middle School.  We look to see you there! 
Region V Central Registration Hours of Operation
NOTICE: Registration is CLOSED on March 10, 2017.

Normal hours of Monday - Friday (9:00 am - 4:00 pm) will resume on March 13, 2017. Please click here for more information.


 
2016-2017 Title I Continous School Improvement Plan
Parents, please take a moment and view our 2016-2017 Title I Continuous School Improvement Plan including our schoolwide goals to improve student learning and attendance.  

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2016 CCRPI Letter for Parents
The attached letter explains the 2016 CCRPI (College and Career Readiness Index) score for Columbia Middle School including a breakdown of each category that comprised the overall school report card score.  /uploads/82F0D9F5-7BCD-4983-B95E-E3AE35376206/CCRPI Parent Letter.pdf 
Title I Parent Right to Know Letter
The attached document includes the parent's right to know that Columbia Middle School as a Title I school is meeting federal regulations under the ESEA/NCLB Act of 2001. The document informs parents of their rights to request information about your children's teachers' training and credentials.

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Columbia MS Students Wear Uniforms for the 2017-2018 School Year
All students are expected to be in uniform daily to support the overall culture and climate of the school. Please call the main office at 678-875-0502 for further information. 
2016-2017 Retention Policy
Students who fail 2 or more classes in 2 consecutive semesters will be retained in their current grade level. 
Campus Portal for Parents and Students
On Monday, August 25th the DeKalb County School District launched the Campus Portal for parents and students. 
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