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VIsion Statement:

"Engaging hands and minds through the  Environment, Agriculture  and Technology. "


Building Hours

Monday - Thursday 9AM - 3PM
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Dr. Maury L. Wills, C.E.O.
Twitter: @Dr.Willsdate
Celebrating 16 Years of "Learning with Relationships, Relevance, and Rigor"


Virtual Learning Code Conduct


All D. A. T. E., students receiving digital curriculum and direct instruction online are subject to any applicable District policies and this Student Virtual Learning Code of Conduct.

Students are responsible for proper behavior during online learning.

Students are expected to take integrity and use authenticity of their own work.

It is illegal to create harmful computer viruses.

Remote Learning correspondences are public under school’s records and subject to disclosure.

Internet Policy

Data that is composed, transmitted, accessed, or received via the Internet must not contain content that could be considered discriminatory, offensive, obscene, threatening, harassing, intimidating, or disruptive to any other person. Examples of unacceptable content may include, but are not limited to, sexual comments or images, racial slurs, gender-specific comments, or any other comments or images that could reasonably offend someone on the basis of race, age, sex, religious or political beliefs, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Disciplinary Action

Progressive discipline will continue to be utilized to create the expectation that the degree of discipline imposed will be in proportion to the severity of the behavior. Violations of the Code of Conduct will result in disciplinary action up to and including Districts policies and guidelines.



Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment

Dr. K. Taylor,

Chief Academic Officer

Dr. E. Wilson
Middle School Principal

Please have a very Safe Spring Break.

D. A. T. E.'s Motto: "Learning with Relationships,  Relevance, and Rigor."


Ms. Erica Thomas,
Elementary Principal
 Attendance Matters! 

We know some absences are unavoidable even in this virtual environment, but keeping students logged in for all their classes  matters. Attending school regularly helps students self-esteem, builds school morale,  and helps to reduce academic challenges. Start building this habit early so  students can learn right away that going to school on time and every day is important. If your student is unable to participate in their daily schedule, they are considered absent. Please remember when this occurs, the school needs to be notified within 30 days to excuse any absences. To report an absence, please email If email is not possible, please leave a message on our front desk line at 678-999-9290.

Dr. H. McCladdie,

Director of Student Services
Kira Brown presenting at the Athena Honor Band Ensemble, All Young Women's Group
BeInternetAwesome with Google
S. T. E. A. M. TEAM
D. A. T. E. Library Learning Commons website
If you need to get in touch with your teachers, please use the appropriate grade level email:

Support is also offered by the School's Technology Department based on the technological need:
Parents' Guide to Google Classroom
Infinite Campus Instructions

Dear D.A.T.E. Parents,

 It is so important that all parents be connected to all the tools available to assist in the success of our students. Infinite Campus is one of those wonderful tools available to us. Connection to Infinite Campus allows you, the parent, to ensure the completion of all assigned tasks for your scholars' test scores, attendance in scheduled classes, and so much more.  Please email Ms. Armstrong at: from your personal email to request your Activation Code needed to create a Parent Portal Infinite Campus Account.
Please do not use your scholars email address to request the activation code. The email assigned to your scholar is for student communication with their instructors.


These scholars are to be celebrated for their greatness and contribution to the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.

Mrs. Shillingford

S.T.E.M./S.T.E.A.M. Coordinator

Environmental Specialist

Camp Horizon, a FREE kids’ grief camp being held June 12th. Camp Horizon is a day long camp that provides education and coping skills in a fun environment to children who have lost a loved one. The camp will be held at Fortson 4H Center in Hampton, GA from 9:30AM to 5:00PM. This year’s theme is rock band and we will be providing coping skills particularly through music therapy! They will be having the children in groups of 15 or less and taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of Covid 19 for the health and safety of the children and our staff. Their camp flyer is attached to this email with more information.

Mrs. Angel Haye
School Counselor

D. A. T. E. Families,

This school year is quickly coming to an end. We've seen lots of changes in our school and community and somehow managed to overcome them all. Let's not let this momentous year go by without something to remember. There is still time to purchase your 2021 school yearbook. 



Thank You,
Nicole Lundie
PTO President

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