Summer School
Summer Camp

Our district is hosting Summer Camp 2021 at each school for students currently in grades K-7th. Camp is scheduled for Monday through Friday from May 25-June 23 from 8am- 3pm. The day will be filled with reading, math, intervention classes, physical education and STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Mathematics). Depending on need and availability, bus transportation will be provided. Additionally, breakfast, lunch and a snack will be served daily.


Please register your child online for summer school by visiting/clicking on the link below or by scanning the QR code. If you would rather register your child with a paper copy, please request a paper application from your child's teacher.


If you need assistance with registration, you may come to the DeKalb County Board of Education located at 110 South Public Square, Smithville, TN on April 5th and April 12th from 4PM-6PM.


If you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher. We look forward to a summer filled with fun and learning!

After school survey
Teacher of the year
Kids Banking
parent resource

Parent Resource Launched on Remote Learning Tools

This completely free resource features “Remote Learning 101” modules that will help families learn the same tools our educators use for remote instruction. These short, accessible videos from experts will help families understand common remote learning tools and equips them to speak the same “tech” language as the teacher, so they will be better able to support their child’s learning.    

Families can access these resources at:  

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Attention DeKalb County Parents and Guardians of DeKalb County Students: 

The Parent Digital University video contains information regarding the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year. Parents are required to watch the video in order to complete student registration. Thank you!

Parent Digital University Links: Version Version


The 2020-2021 school supply lists for DMS are available here.




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