Nominations needed for parents to serve on the DHS School Council
The Dunwoody High School (DHS) School Council is seeking nominations to replace 3 parent members. A School Council term is for two years, and will begin at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. An election will be held on May 9, 2017 from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm in the main office at Dunwoody High School. Nominees can include parents/legal guardians of 8th graders at Peachtree who will be attending DHS next year, and 8th grade parents at Peachtree are also allowed to vote on School Council parent representatives.
Nominees who would like to serve in this role should submit a paragraph (less than 100 words) containing relevant biographical information, a picture, and the reason you would like to serve in this role to Mr. McFerrin as soon as possible prior to the election date.
The DHS School Council is a group of parents, teachers, a community business member, and the principal who are formed with the following mission statement:
The purpose of the council is to bring schools and communities closer together to solve education problems, improve academics, provide support for teachers and administrators, and bring parents into the decision making process.
Additional information on the School Council roles/responsibilities can be found on the DHS website.