2015-2016:Our Golden Anniversary!Celebrating 50 Years of Serving Cobb and North Metro Atlanta

New Problem-Based Learning Research and Reading Skills class coming for 6th and 7th Graders as part of our continued commitment to be a leader in providing real-world learning experiences for our students. New Daniell Virtual Learning Course offered to 8th graders interested in magnet schools to focus on foreign language and super advanced high school math classes. It's time to Discover Daniell! Proud to be a leader in student achievement for both Cobb and Georgia!

PTSA Selected as 3rd Best Local Unit in Georgia!

Principal Nelson Shares Instructional Plan with Educators Across the US at the Southern Regional Educational Board Conference Held in Atlanta

Daniell receives funding to renovate CTAE lab as part of STEM initiative

Daniell awarded $20,000 Goizueta Foundation Grant to start Project Lead the Way - the nation's leading provider of STEM programs!

Daniell receives $100,000 for Learning Commons

Feeder High School Named One of Most Rigorous High Schools in the United States by Washington Post

Directions to Daniell Middle School

Georgia School of Excellence / AdvanceEd Accredited / Member AMLE

Got SWAG? We do! Students Working to Achieve Greatness (SWAG) is a new program at Daniell initiated by our student leaders. Be sure to visit with your child about their opportunities to qualify for the next SWAG celebration.

Ensuring every child receives, benefits, and thrives from a world class education that prepares them for high school success.

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

Click Here to See an Example of How Our Students Are Engaged in 21st Century Learning


First Day of School
August 3, 2015
Parents/Guardians, have questions or need specific information about the upcoming school year?
 Email Principal Nelson

Have specific grade level or student services questions?

6th Grade & STEM - Jennifer Anthony
7th Grade, Gifted,  Scheduling - Debbie Parrinello
8th Grade & Innovative Practices - Amy Stump
Student Support Services (Special Education & 504) - Rhonda Williams


Overview of a School Day
Don't forget, middle schools in CCSD begin at 9:15 am.
To help you plan for your adjustment to middle school,
below is an overview of what a typical day looks like.

Students arriving after 8:00 am should report to the theater for study hall.
Students should not arrive prior to 8:00 am.
At 8:50 am students will be released to their homeroom teacher. Students arriving after 8:50 am should report to their homeroom teacher.At 9:10 am students will be released to their lockers to get their books for 1st period.
At 9:15 am the tardy bell will ring, the Daniell News Network will aired, and classes will begin.

Parents arriving after the tardy bell has rung will need
to sign their student in tardy at the Attendance Office.
Students will attend seven classes which are 50 minutes in length.

Students will have scheduled locker access. Students should not share lockers or give out their locker combinations to others. Students who have PE/Health will also have a locker in the gym area. Students should not share this combination either.

At 4:10 pm afternoon announcements will be given to students. Dismissal will be at 4:15 pm.

Bus Route Information
Bus routes will be posted for parents at Sneak-A-Peek.
Bus Route Information

Supply Lists
6th Grade
7th Grade
8th Grade
Band

 Registration
Click here to obtain the paperwork for registration.

New Student Grade Survival Guide
Survival Guide

Dress Code
Click here for information about school dress code.

Breakfast and Lunch Information

Student Breakfast $1.25
Reduced Breakfast $0.30
A la carte milk $0.60
Student Lunch $2.30
Reduced Lunch $0.40
Guests $3.25

To register for this service, you will need your student's ID number which you can get from your student or it can be provided by the cafeteria manager.

Sneak-A-Peek
July 31, 2015
10:00 am -12:30 pm
Sneak-A-Peek will be for all grade levels. This is a drop-in event. You can come any time during this time frame.
S
chedules will be available for pick-up.
This is a drop-in event.

Bus routes will be posted and cafeteria staff will be availbale to deposit money in
 lunch accounts.
Schedules will also be availble for students.

Special note to 6th grade: Don't forget, 6th graders will not have connections/electives classes on their schedules when they get them. During the first couple of weeks of school all 6th graders will sample these courses to allow them to help pick which classes they would prefer (ex. band, chorus, or orchestra). After students have sampled these courses, they will then be scheduled.


Open House
 September 1, 2015
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
School Council Elections Will Be Held This Night
Open House will be for all grade levels.

CCSD Direction for Continuous Improvement

 

 

 

 

 



 


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For 2015, we have 42 countries represented on our campus and have 15 languages spoken.

33% of our students are enrolled in advanced content courses.

Over 600 students are cecognized for honor roll.

Did You Know?

92.5% of Our Parents Believe the School's Rules, Policies, and Procedures Are Clearly Articulated

94.3% of Our Parents Believe Our Campus Is Maintained and Up-to-Date

95.4% of Our Parents and Community Members Felt They Are Welcomed onto the Daniell Campus

95.8% of Our Parents Believe the School's Administration Demonstrates the Role of Lead Learners

91% of Our Parents Believe Our School Culture Supports Academic Acheivement of the Students



ADVISEMENT DATES


September 18
November 6
January 8
February 26

During advisement, students meet with their teacher advisor to set academic goals for the year and monitor and chart their progress to achieving their goals.


PROGRESS REPORT DATES

September 18

November 6

February 26

April 15




REPORT CARD DATES

First Semester - January 8

Second Semester - June 1



Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Selina Madison

Classified Employee of the Year

Mrs. Gwen Carter