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  • We look forward to greeting you when the 2018-2019 school year begins Wednesday, Aug. 8. School supply lists are collected and shared on the district website as they become available. Enjoy the rest of your summer!

    The school doors open at 7:15 each morning for students.  Car riders use the Hill Road entrance at the back of the school.   After 7:50, Car riders should be brought to the front entrance. At 7:55, students are late and receive a tardy note from the front office.  School releases at 3:20. 

    Las puertas de la escuela se abren a las 7:15 cada mañana para los estudiantes. Los estudiantes que vienen por autos usaran la entrada de Hill Road en la parte posterior de la escuela. Después de las 7:50, los automovilistas deben ser llevados a la entrada principal. A las 7:55, los estudiantes llegan tarde y reciben una nota de tardanza de la oficina principal. La escuela termina a las 3:20.

    Principal's Message

    To the Community of Eastbrook Middle School, The 2018-2019 Eastbrook school year looks to be a challenging and exciting year. The leadership team and faculty at Eastbrook created a new vision, mission and beliefs for our school in May 2018. These statements will serve to guide us this year. I am most appreciative that the faculty created these items in student friendly language and with the best interest of children in mind. This year we will continue to modify our Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program in an effort to establish a climate in which appropriate behavior is the norm. It is still our desire to provide evidence-based behavioral interventions to help students achieve success in social, emotional and academic areas. In the year 2017-2018, the school experienced a marked decrease in out-of-school suspensions and were recognized by the State School Superintendent for improvements in PBIS. Eastbrook was the only middle or high school in Whitfield County to garner this distinction. Our state report card, CCRPI, has steadily improved as our faculty continues to have higher expectations in their classrooms as they increase the levels of rigor. Whitfield county received a 3.5 million dollar grant to enhance the literacy of our students in K-12. Eastbrook will receive monies over the next two years to push literacy in all content areas. Reading and writing are fundamental skills and are crucial to the advancement of our students’ progress and building a great community.

    Last year was a stellar year in athletics with wins over Dalton in football, basketball and wrestling. Our teams were league winners in girls cross county, wrestling and girls soccer and runner-ups in boys basketball. This year, girls volleyball will be in its second year and we plan on adding archery this year. In our first year of robotics, our team placed 6th in the state of Georgia. Our play, Doo-Wop Wed Widing Hood, was very successful and enjoyed by staff, students and the community. Our extra-curricular events and teams continue to be successful and points of pride for the school. As a principal, father and grandfather, I would highly recommend you encourage your child to become involved in band, art, cheerleading, drama, academic team, robotics or athletics. I would also encourage you to set a scheduled time every day for homework or silent reading. Multiple studies have correlated reading ability to success. Just as students need to practice a musical instrument or a sport to be successful, they must practice reading. Please take the time to either read to your student or have them read to you 15-20 minutes daily. As American families continue to stay incredibly busy, setting a family time to read together will allow you and your child to interact in an academic manner whether the reading is the Bible, a magazine, newspaper, or a novel. Your student will reap the long term benefits associated with being a great reader. There are many ways to get involved at Eastbrook and we encourage student and parent participation. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me at school, 706-278-6135. Dr. Gregory Bailey


    Eastbrook Middle School Vision

    Our students will achieve excellence and be prepared for a successful future.

    Eastbrook Middle School Mission

    In order to foster in our students the ability and desire to make a positive difference in the world, our mission is to develop citizens who are prepared, respectful, open to learning, who own their choices and know they matter.

    We Believe…

    • We are somebody.
    • We were somebody when we came here.
    • We will be a better somebody when we leave.
    • We are strong. We are powerful.
    • We deserve the education we get here.
    • We have things to do, people to inspire, and places to go.
      • Rita Pierson, 2013

    II am Eastbrook, We are Eastbrook!



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  • Whitfield Education Foundation Celebrity Spelling Bee

    The Whitfield Education Foundation will host the 6th annual Celebrity Spelling Bee on Thursday, November 8th at 6:00 p.m. at the Dalton Trade & Convention Center. All proceeds go toward Innovative Teaching Grants for WCS teachers. For more information on how to participate or be an event sponsor click on the link above.

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  • Right to Know

    In compliance with the requirements of the Every Students Succeeds Act, Whitfield County Schools would like to inform you that you may request information about the professional qualifications of your student’s teacher(s) and/or paraprofessional(s). Please click the link in the headline to learn more about what information may be requested. If you wish to request information concerning your child’s teacher’s and/or paraprofessional’s qualifications, please contact your child's principal or Title I/IIA Director Scott W Houston at (706) 217-6733.

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  • Whitfield County Schools Annual Report Card

    The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) prepares Georgia’s State, Local, and School Annual Report Cards. The Annual Report Cards contain test results as well as other information relevant to school performance toward the goals of student achievement and school completion. The Report Card is in compliance with both state and federal laws with respect to reporting requirements. GOSA partners with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to produce the K-12 Public Schools Reports since much of the data comes from GaDOE.

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  • Title l Parent Meetings

    During the next few weeks, parents of students who attend Title l schools will have the opportunity to learn more about their child's education at their school's annual Title l meeting. The purpose of the Title l annual parent meeting is to provide information to parents of participating children about the Title l program and their right to be involved in their child's education.

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