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The information here is provided to help parents with school communications and to provide information on school activities.  Frequently used links are located on the right side of the page.  Continue to scroll down for more information.
New to Huntley Hills? Register Online!
NOTE:  Use this link ONLY if your child is NOT new to the
United States AND is NOT transferring from another public
school in Dekalb County.
If your child is NEW to the United States, please go to the
If your child attended a DCSD school last year, please go to
that school and withdraw your child first.  That school will
provide you with the paperwork necessary to enroll your child
at Huntley Hills. 
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Sign Up for School Messenger for Continuous Updates

Our school uses School Messenger to communicate with parents.  School Messenger has the capability to send texts, phone calls and emails. Starting this year, you will receive either a phone call, email or text message from the school.

To read more detailed information on how to sign up for School Messenger, dowload this document.  School Messenger

Information for Helping Families in Crisis
If you or your family are experiencing social, familial and/or economic challenges that impact the learning process of students in the family, please download this flyer for important information on resources that can help.
Gear Up and Stay Connected
Social Media Guidelines for Students
Dekalb County has developed guidelines for the use of social media by students.  Please go to this page to read the guidelines.
Uniform Information

The Huntley Hills School Council received input from parents regarding support for a school uniforms. The support for a school uniform was overwhelming (with a margin approximately 3:1).

Please be reminded of the uniform attire for Huntley Hills students which include:

Tops (with collars only; polo style): White, light blue, canary yellow, or navy blue

Bottoms (long pants, shorts, skirts, or jumpers): Navy blue, jeans or khakis

Tiger House, STEM shirts or Spirit Wear T-shirts can be worn on Fridays! Shirts are expected to be tucked in. Thanks for your cooperation as we strive to improve our school in every way.

Registering for Tiger Time
If you are interested in registering for the afterschool program "Tiger Time," you will need to download and read the information in this letter. 
Once you have read the letter, you will need to download and fill out this FORM.  Bring the form with you when you come to the school.  Questions?  You may contact the Office at 678-676-7402.
A $25.00 registration fee is assessed at the time of application to reserve space in the ASEDP and assist the school with obtaining start-up materials. This registration fee is non-refundable. Registration Fees are: $25.00 per child, $40.00 for two children, $65.00 for three children, and $90.00 for four children.
2020-2021 Tiger House List
 PreK-K Bengal (Green) 
Grade 1 Sumatran (Red)
Grade 2 Siberian (Blue)
Grade 3 Saber Tooth (Orange)
Grade 4 Bali (Purple)
Grade 5 Caspian (Yellow)
Clubs at Huntley Hills
 Huntley Hills offers a wide array of clubs to students in all grades.  Clubs meet throughout the year and it isn't always easy to keep track of the details.  To help parents out, we have compiled a list with all the pertinent details.  This document is continuously updated to reflect changes, so be sure to check back often.  
PBIS Positive Behavior Intervention System

Our school participates in the PBIS program. The term PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Supports.  PBIS is a research based program that recognizes students for positive behaviors in school.  In addition to recognizing students for positive behavior in the classroom, our program will also extend itself to the cafeteria, restroom, bus, playground, and hallways.  

PBIS is a school-wide initiative.  All students, faculty, and staff have uniform expectations for behavior. The great thing about PBIS is that all school staff can recognize a student or classroom for positive behavior. When recognized, a student and/or class will receive a Tiger buck.  The Tiger buck can be redeemed for various incentives and in the Tiger Store on the last Friday of each month. 

In addition to the start of the PBIS program, we have also developed an acronym for the term P.A.W.S.   We use the following behavior expectations school-wide. Students are expected to do their Personal best, Act Responsibly, Work and play safe, and Show kindness. We have included a copy of the P.A.W.S behavior matrix which you can see by clicking here. Although the teachers reviewe the matrix with students, you can assist the school by reviewing the matrix at home with your child(ren).   

As always, thank you for your support.  We are really excited about PBIS and the benefits for our students and school.  If you have any questions about PBIS program, please call the school at 678-676-7402.

Gifted Eligibility Information
The Dekalb County School District provides a standardized gifted eligibility process. This process is composed of automatic screening procedures and aligned forms to be used by gifted program teachers during the referral, evaluation, and placement process.  If you are interested in understanding the procedures Dekalb uses to identify gifted students, please click the TITLE of this article.
Too Sick for School?
Is your child too sick to come to school?  Use these guidelines from Children's Hospital to help you decide.  Too Sick For School 
Mandatory Volunteer Training
Explanation of Required Volunteer Training

The State of Georgia recently passed a law expanding the listing of persons who are now categorized as mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect. This list now includes anyone who volunteers in a school.

To ensure that all school volunteers are aware of the new responsibilities and penalties associated with non-compliance, ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED BY LAW to go through a brief training presentation created by DeKalb County Schools on the mandatory reporting of abuse and neglect and what it means to be a mandated reporter.

The training MUST be completed before volunteering. You must also complete the form below affirming that you have watched the video presentation and understand your obligations as a mandated reporter.

If you have any questions regarding the presentation or your obligations as a reporter, please contact the school's social worker.
Online Training Presentation
Click Here to watch a video that presents the training. If you have any questions, please contact the school social worker, Stephanie Ingram at stephanie_ingram@dekalbschoolsga.org. 
Volunteer Training Completion Form
After you have seen the presentation, please go to the form below and complete it. This form is our assurance that you have completed the required training and understand the responsibilities entrusted to you.
Form for Volunteer Training
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