Second grade enjoyed working together to build with Legos during stations in the media center.
First grade students love learning!
Kindergarten students learned about the Constitution by making a class Constitution.
First grade students learned about making their mark on Dot day!
Students participated in the If Trash Could Talk session during RED day.
Students learned about children from different countries and designed toys for them.
Fifth grade students read to kids in second grade and pre-k to celebrate Read Across America Week.
Roan third grade students read to Kindergarten students during Read Across America Week.
Students love getting to visit the book fair to purchase books.

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Roan's College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) score is 81.3

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Students participate in various explorations using the latest innovative tools and technology.


Roan has an ongoing community partnership with Rock Bridge Community Church that provides students and families with unique experiences.


Roan is committed to providing our families with quality experiences. We have had 100% parent conferences for the past 25+ years.

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    Dalton Public Schools is excited to announce the recent addition of disc golf courses to each of its schools, thanks to a collaborative effort with Prodigy Disc and Cyra's Simple Goodness. The initiative, aimed at promoting physical fitness and positive mental health among students and staff, has been met with enthusiasm from the community.

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    In compliance with the State of Georgia Records Retention Schedules for Local Government Paper & Electronic Records, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulations on destruction of data collected, maintained, or used in the provision of a free and appropriate public education of students with disabilities in Dalton Public Schools, the Exceptional Student Services office announces its intention to destroy special education records on August 1, 2023. The destruction of records will affect students born in 2000.

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