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DCSD Mosaic Summer Learning Programs

In preparation to meet the needs of students this summer, DCSD will provide a wealth of summer learning programs.  The 2021 MOSAIC Summer Learning Programs link is open for families to register through DCSD's website. Parents can access the list of summer programs via the school district's website by clicking on Parents on the homepage and then clicking on Summer School.  You can also use the link below to access this information. DeKalb County School District Summer School. Program descriptions and additional information can be found by accessing the information per the instructions above.  The registration deadline is Friday, April 30th.  As we receive additional information, we will send updates.

 

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Johari Dozier delivers a free mobile hygiene closet to Browns Mill Elementary School 
Pictured (L-R) School Counselor, Bradford Clark; Founder, Creator of Think Dream Live Foundation, Johari Dozier; Principal Tiffany Brown

Browns Mill Elementary administrators, faculty, staff and students sends a big, “Thank You,” to the Think Dream Live Foundation, Inc., for its generous donation of over 100 free hygiene items to the school.
Creator and Founder of Think Dream Live Foundation, Inc., explains how the idea began. “In 2018 we created the "Clean Cargo Project" It all happened when we took a trash can with wheels and decided to turn it into a mobile hygiene closet for Atlanta elementary students. We service "Title 1" elementary schools. These are schools with a student base where at least 40 percent come from low-income families. Students receive items such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, shampoo and other items.  We're on a mission to help improve character, self-esteem and a healthier next generation.
For more information about the Think Dream Live Foundation visit: www.cleancargoproject.com

 
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