Whitfield County School District
School in Dalton, Georgia, United States
The Whitfield County School District is a public school district in Whitfield County, Georgia, United States, based in an unincorporated area with a Dalton postal address. It serves areas of Whitfield County outside of the Dalton city limits, including the communities of Cohutta, Tunnel Hill, and Varnell. Dalton residents are zoned to Dalton City School District.
Judy Gilreath became the superintendent in 2013.
The Whitfield County School District has thirteen elementary schools, five middle schools, four high schools, and one charter school.
- Eastbrook Middle School
- New Hope Middle School
- North Whitfield Middle School
- Valley Point Middle School
- Westside Middle School
- Antioch Elementary School
- Beaverdale Elementary School
- Cedar Ridge Elementary School
- Cohutta Elementary School
- Dawnville Elementary School
- Dug Gap Elementary School
- Eastside Elementary School
- New Hope Elementary School
- Pleasant Grove Elementary School
- Tunnel Hill Elementary School
- Valley Point Elementary School
- Varnell Elementary School
- Westside Elementary School
- Whitfield County Career Academy
The administration building is outside of the Dalton city limits. The Student Services & Enrollment Building is within the Dalton city limits. The operations facility is not in the Dalton city limits.
Aug. 16—During the first week of school, 86 students and 31 staff members tested positive for COVID-19 combined in Dalton Public and Whitfield County schools.
Dalton Public Schools reported 35 students and 16 staff with COVID among 10 schools. The schools with the highest number of student cases were Dalton High (10), Brookwood (seven) and Dalton Junior High (five). Hammond Creek (six) had the highest number of staff COVID cases.
The system reported 112 students and eight staff in quarantine due to COVID exposure.
Dalton Public Schools has over 7,900 students and over 1,000 staff members.
Whitfield County Schools reported 51 students and 15 staff with COVID among its 23 schools and administrative buildings. The schools with the highest number of students cases were Westside Elementary (nine), Varnell Elementary (seven) and Eastside Elementary and Northwest Whitfield High (both with five).
The system does not report the number of students and staff in quarantine due to COVID exposure.
Whitfield County Schools has over 12,500 students and over 1,900 staff members.
For more information, go to www.daltonpublicschools.com/district-resources/covid-19-data-dashboard and www.wcsga.net and click on "COVID-19 data in Whitfield County Schools."
Dalton is a city in Whitfield county, Georgia
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