Preparing students for high school success!
              Model PTSA / Georgia School of Excellence / AdvanceEd Accredited / Association for Middle Level Education    
               National Association of Secondary School Principals / Northeast Cobb Business Association

Conference week will be held October 17-21. Early dismissal will occur during conference week. Don't forget to ensure your child is using USATestprep at home. This free, online resource can help your child master areas they need help. Be sure to be reviewing with your student their progress on their learning goals. Make sure you have set goals and incentives for them to help inspire them to obtain those academic goals.

Mrs. Mauldin and Mr. Montogomery participate in the East Cobber Parade! Thanks to our PTSA for organizing and to Ceci Garcia and Ed Voyles Jeep!


Please call us at 678-594-8048 to schedule a personalized meeting to register your child with us.

Click here to obtain the paperwork for registration.

Ready to experience Daniell?

Come explore what Daniell has to offer by joining us for a personalized tour from the counselors, Lauren McAfee and Cayce Pope, followed by a Q & A session with Principal David Nelson and some of our students. Click here to register for an upcoming tour!

Orchestra at Clayton State University

Orchestra Allstate is a competitive event where students from all over Georgia audition to be a part of an elite orchestra that performs in January at UGA. In preparation for this event, several students from Daniell headed to Clayton State University for a workshop this weekend! Pictured here are seventh grade violinists Andrew C. and Jasper C. Go DMS!

Heart and Sole Club Sends Birthday Wishes

A Cobb County student who is struggling with muscular dystrophy is about to turn 10 on September 19. His only request was birthday cards from the community. Daniell’s Heart & Sole girls got creative and sent him lots of happy birthday wishes to help him celebrate! Click the link to hear about Chase’s story.  

Ribbon Cutting of New Greenhouse for STEAM Program Held

Staff and students help cut the ribbon on Daniell Middle’s new greenhouse.

Just before school let out for the summer, students and staff at Daniell Middle cut the ribbon on the school’s new greenhouse.

Leigh Anna Engkaninan, Daniell Middle STEM lead teacher, applied for and was awarded a $3,600 grant to build the greenhouse. The greenhouse, which took about six hours to construct, can expand by about eight additional feet to accommodate the school’s growing garden.

The school will donate the produce harvested from the greenhouse to a local women’s shelter, and sixth grade students in the research and reading classes will help tend the garden during the school year.


CCSD Direction for Continuous Improvement

Proud to be a 100% Feeder to Sprayberry High School

Academic Excellence

Advisement & Progress Report Dates

Modified Bell Schedule Will Run on These Days

September 14, 2016

November 4, 2016

January 6, 2017

March 3, 2017

April 14, 2017

 Report Card Dates

First Semester - January 6, 2017

Second Semester - May 31, 2017


Get connected with our school! Has your student joined any school clubs or organizations? Have you signed up to volunteer at our school? Have you joined the PSTA?



Click above to see more about your new school. It's time to "Discover Daniell"!

The Garden Club photographer captured this photo of a horned worm. Now, this is the topic in 7th grade science.

Mr. Parker brings Social Studies to life for our students!

Proud to be an international demonstration site for School Voice - working with schools from Dubai to London!

Click here to enter the wonderful world of STEAM! Discover what makes Daniell Middle School unique!

Click here to learn about Daniell's Students Working to Achieve Greatness (SWAG) Program

Congratulations to our Summer STEAM CAMP participants for successfully completing the course!

Click here to download the Daniell brochure

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Teacher of the Year

Jeff Montgomery

Classified Employee of the Year

Debbie Mauldin