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Melinda M. Dennis

Superintendent

Dodge County Schools

HQ Phone:  (478) 374-0433

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Dodge County Schools

5911 Oak St

Eastman, Georgia,31023

United States

Background Information

Affiliations

Schools of Dodge County Inc

Board Member


Georgia Association of Educational Leaders

Board Member


Wheeler County Schools

GAMSP Member


Education

Dodge County High School


Georgia Southern University


Georgia Southwestern College


Middle Georgia College


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At the most recent meeting of the Dodge County Board of Education on Thursday, April 14, Dodge County Superintendent Dr. Melinda Dennis announced her retirement, which the board approved, effective June 30.
In a letter to Dodge County Board of Education employees, Dennis outlined her decision and plan for the remaining two and a half months of her contract. Dennis wrote, "When I was selected as Superintendent of Dodge County Schools, I stated that it was my desire to retire here. That time has come." Praising employees for their hard work during her time as superintendent, Dennis continued, "Before my final days as superintendent, we still have some major tasks to accomplish: updating our Strategic Plan, renewing our E-SPLOST, completing the FY17 budgeting process, beginning the renovations at both elementary schools, celebrating the accomplishments of our present students, planning for next year, and graduating the Class of 2016." In closing, Dennis stated, "I challenge you to continue doing the right thing because it's the right thing to do, fighting the good fight on behalf of students, and expecting excellence from yourself and all those around you.


www.dodgecountynews.com

Mikaela Angel, Samantha Dunlap, Sarah Sheffield and Madelynn Wiley will all have their respective pieces of artwork hang in Dodge County School Superintendent Dr. Melinda Dennis's office for the month of August.
A representative from Middle Georgia State University (MGSU) explained to Dennis that each campus will have its own homecoming celebration event and that the Eastman campus's event will encompass the airshow held at the campus annually. This year, MGSU has requested the use of one school bus not for transportation of people or items but rather for "a line of demarcation. They want to park a bus to let people know where to walk," Dennis explained. Concerning transportation, Dennis explained that the air lift at the bus shop, which has been in service since the bus shop was at "the old bus shop site prior to 2000," is now out of use and that a new one is essential to transportation maintenance. Gray and Dennis recommended purchasing the air jack from NAPA at the bid of $3,350.00 rather than the higher bid of $3,499.00 from O'Reilly. Both buses will include the safety package with installed cameras and air conditioning, according to Dennis. According to Dennis, no area should be left out of the plan; thus, included are transportation, facilities and maintenance, finance and instruction. Dennis said, "The strategic plan [is] a document that is living, so as we do well in some of these areas, we may not need to concentrate as much on them as we do some new things." Among technology requests presented at the board meeting were one for a set of laptops and one for a subscription to VMware. The laptops will be housed in the board office to be used for professional learning and will also be used for board meetings, according to Dennis. Dennis added that safety training was held on August 11 as well. The board will have a called meeting on Thursday, August 27, "for the purpose of cutting our budget," Dennis informed.


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