Code of Conduct
Discipline Brochure (English)
Discipline brochure (spanish)
Staff in the Office of Student Services manage student discipline for Whitfield County Schools. Tribunals are held at the Student Services Center at 201 East Tyler Street in Dalton.
The Student Discipline Code of Conduct is available in English and Spanish for download.
The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) is used at the school, classroom, and individual levels and includes methods to reach out to parents and the community for involvement and support. These efforts are designed to improve peer relations and make the school a safer and more positive place for students to learn and develop.
Student Use of the Internet
All students have access to the internet. View the Internet acceptable use and internet safety guidelines online. Parents may also request a written copy of these guidelines by contacting the school. The school district cannot provide an absolute assurance that students will be prevented from accessing inappropriate materials or sending and receiving objectionable communications but the district will ensure that all practical precautions will be taken to keep students safe from illegal and/or inappropriate material. Students are instructed in acceptable use and internet safety and their internet use is monitored as closely as possible. If a parent does not wish their child to be allowed on the internet, they must notify the school principal in writing within the first week of each school term.