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DeKalb County Schools

DeKalb County Schools provides an educational environment which creates success for all students through the community working together. 

DeKalb County Schools is a place where students participate in an educational environment in which they are engaged and empowered in their learning and graduate as responsible citizens prepared to compete in the global economy.  Collectively, students, educators, families and community members commit to becoming lifelong learners and ensuring students are prepared for success and equipped with the skills to pursue their dreams.


About DeKalb County:

DeKalb County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of the 2010 census, the population was 18,723. Its county seat is Smithville. Wikipedia
Area: 329 sq miles (852.1 km²)
Population: 18,901 (2012)
About Dekalb County Schools:
DeKalb County Schools is comprised of 5 schools with a district total averaging 3000 students.
Our Schools:
Smithville Elementary:  Principal - Mrs. Julie Vincent  and Assistant Principal Anita Puckett
Northside Elementary: Principal - Mrs. Karen Knowles and Assistant Principal Mrs.Beth Pafford
West Elementary School: Principal - Mrs Sabrina Farler and Assistant Principal Mr. Joey Agee
DeKalb Middle School: Principal - Mr.Randy Jennings and Assistant Principal Mrs.Amanda Dakas
DeKalb County High School: Principal - Mrs. Kathy Bryant and Assistant Principals Mr.David Gash and Mrs. Jenny Norris



DeKalb County Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or disability in admission to access to treatment in its programs and activities.  DeKalb County Schools is an equal opportunity employer.