Our team proudly presents the 2018 Annual Report to you, our valued stakeholders. Read it online or come by the Board of Education to get a copy. Our schools are safer, our students are better prepared for college and careers, and our community and parents are supportive of our combined efforts. 

We have much to celebrate! We are good stewards of the funds and resources entrusted to us. We continue to have a perfect audit. We have a healthy reserve and the Board rolled back the millage rate this fall, saving taxpayers dollars. We have enhanced partnerships with our stakeholders. We work to have our students ready for college and careers. Scholarship offerings more than tripled this year reaching almost $2,000,000! We seek to hire the most outstanding employees to work with our students. They participate in professional learning to increase their knowledge of teaching and learning. Our schools are safer. You told us you wanted a School Resource Officer at each school, and we did so in partnership with Sheriff Ray Cross. We added the latest technology for securing our buildings. Thank you, Major Tommy Bradford for writing a COPS grant.

Research reveals that successful schools have caring cultures and academic rigor. Dade County is now a Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS) district. We have a system-wide character education plan that includes mentoring and service learning opportunities for our students. We are increasing the rigor in our classrooms with higher expectations, more honors/AP classes, more clubs and recognition for excellence. Please join me in commending our students, faculty and staff for their accomplishments during the 2017-2018 school year!
Congratulations, Shyann King, 1st Place!
DCHS Art Teacher Heidi Wilson says, "Shyann not only won the DCHS Love the Bus contest, but she also won the county-wide Love the Bus design contest and we are stoked for her! We love your design and can't wait to receive class shirts sporting your awesome artwork! Awesome job girl...you are so talented!"
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March 4 - 8, 2019

EQ: What does it mean to give or receive counsel?

Monday: Seeking counsel doesn’t mean you’re less educated. It simply means you’re more wise. Abby Moore, DCHS

Tuesday: When I get older, I want to be a mental health counselor. I want to guide people into a better mindset and give them advice that will change their lives for the better. That’s what it means to counsel: to give advice to those who need it. Arianna Clayton, DMS

Wednesday: Take the helpful advice someone gives you - from how to play basketball to how to paint your nails. Sidney Jones, DMS

Thursday: Counsel is like correcting….so, if your mom says you’re doing dishes wrong, will you argue or do it right? Landen Childress, DMS

Friday: Counselors can help you in a positive way, so don’t take it in an offensive way. Ayden Miles, DMS