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Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School

Dekalb County Schools

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Library Cards Arrived
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Women smiling
Girls holding GEM bags
students working in the garden
students working in the garden
football players
front mural

Upcoming Events

May 21

8th Grade Program

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May 22

Last day of School

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Latest News

Chromebook Replacement Information
Scan the QR code below to access information regarding Chromebook or charger replacements.
 
2024-2025 Title I Parent & Family Engagem...
As the parent/guardian of a child attending a Title I school you are an important part of the Title I team.  Your input is vital in the planning and implementation of the parental engagement program and activities in our school. 
Please use the link below to complete the Title I Parent & Family Engagement Survey for the 2024-2025 school year.
 
Stakeholders Input Meetings
Please scan the QR code in the flyer or use the link to preregister for either virtual meeting
 
Free Eye Exams for Students
DeKalb County Public Library has teamed up with Vision To Learn to provide
complimentary eye exams for students in grades Pre-K to 12.
Below is a flyer containing all the details parents need for registration.
 
Girls Empowering Movement (GEM) program
Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School in Dekalb County was one of 47 schools in Georgia selected to participate in the inaugural year of the Girls Empowering Movement (GEM) program. Physical education teacher, Sherry Griffith took on the role of GEM Adult Facilitator while navigating the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic in the classroom, β€œIn my first year, the students were virtual and I had one 6th grader in my class (face to face) that became a GEM Ambassador Leader. She was like a teacher to the other students. I began to realize that the title meant so much to the girls. They put on a new name and identity – like a superhero.” 
In its second year of the program (2022-2023), Bethune had grown to become the largest GEM site with 50 girls participating in the program.   
To read the full article, click Here.
 

Mission & Vision

The vision of the DeKalb County School District is to inspire our community of learners to achieve educational excellence. Our mission is to ensure student success, leading to higher education, work, and life-long learning. We are making this vision and mission a reality – every day, in every classroom throughout the District.

Through community forums, focus groups, listening sessions, and more, we have engaged our stakeholders, refined our objectives, honed our procedures, and formulated a robust, highly-structured yet agile and adaptive strategic plan. We are pleased with the progress we have made thus far, and excited about the future – of our District, our community, and, most importantly, the 100,000+ students who daily bring to us their limitless potential.

The District has created performance measures, targets, and initiatives to ensure success in each goal area. A monitoring and data collection process has been developed, and rigorous progress check procedures have been implemented. At the local level, on-going training sessions are offered to all principals in order to support the work of aligning, refining, monitoring, and evaluating the continuous improvement efforts of each individual school.

As a community of learners, we are committed to excellence in everything we do – within the classroom and throughout the District. This continuous improvement process permeates each aspect of our Strategic Plan, and we are honored to partner with you to make it a reality for all.