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Student Council representatives at Austin Elementary began their annual food drive on October 30, 2017. All of the non-perishable food donated will be collected for the Community Assistance Center. The CAC provides food to individuals and families in need who live in the Dunwoody/Sandy Springs area.
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Posted Friday, November 17, 2017
The second annual Austin Eagle Bowl is set for Friday December 15th from 1-2:15PM. The Austin Eagle Bowl flag football tournament features 24 teams from 4th and 5th grade. This cross-curricular, school wide event combines elements from Art, Music, PE, and STEM. [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Our partner, The Dunwoody Nature Center (DNC) hosted Dunwoody Rocks, a 25th anniversary celebration on Saturday, October 28th! Austin showed support of the Nature Center by creating an Austin rock representing our school! DNC collected more than 300 rocks for a creation of the public art display. The rocks will remain in place through the end of Thanksgiving week.

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Posted Monday, October 30, 2017
OREO*: Students Shouldn’t Get Payed for Good Grades
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Click "Read More" to learn why not!
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Posted Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Nina Arnold, Austin PTO Co-President, Ann Culbreath, Principal, and Christy Kramer, School Council member and Art teacher attended a going away party on Saturday, October 21st at the Dunwoody Senior Ball Fields.  This will be the new site of Austin Elementary.  A groundbreaking ceremony is being scheduled for November.  The new building will be occupied in Fall 2019. Click the following link for more information:
http://www.reporternewspapers.net/2017/10/22/dunwoody-senior-baseball-says-farewell-ball-fields/
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Posted Monday, October 23, 2017

The DeKalb County School District will continue to add 20 minutes to its school day through Thursday, Nov. 30, in an effort to recapture much of the instructional time lost due to the storm known as Hurricane Irma.


Other important aspects of this plan include:

• There will be no 20-minute extended day on Tuesday, Oct. 31.


• DCSD schools and offices will also remain open on Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 7) as the district ensures that students don’t miss out on lessons vital to their academic achievement.

• Schools will also be closed Nov. 20-24 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

• Winter Break will remain as originally scheduled.

In sum, these moves will allow DCSD to recover three of the four days lost to Irma. The district will waive the fourth day.
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Posted Monday, October 23, 2017
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