• Arrival and Dismissal Procedures

  • Morning Drop Off Procedures

    DACULA HIGH SCHOOL HAS IMPLEMENTED A NEW MORNING STUDENT DROP-OFF PROCESS FOR 2018-19.

     This process was designed to enhance student safety and to expedite student drop-offs.

    • Drivers will enter the drop-off location by either making a left turn or right turn off Broad Street onto the DHS campus.
    • You will then be routed between the stadium, fieldhouse, and main gym.
    • The required stop area for student drop-off is between the Main Gym and Main Building. This area will be clearly marked and well supervised by several staff members.
    • Students should be prepared to quickly exit the right side of the car, and then wait on the sidewalk next to the Main Gym within this drop-off area.
    • Once the student has exited the car, the driver needs to continue to move through the route area at a speed that would not pose a threat to other students or staff members on campus.
    • Students will then be directed by a staff member when it is safe to cross the road.
    • Parents will exit the drop-off route at the traffic light on Dacula Road at the library and Dacula Park. A school resource officer (SRO) will operate this light and direct you to make a left turn only.
    • Students may only be dropped off in designated areas. Failure to comply with this procedure can result in disciplinary action for the student and a citation for the driver.
     
  • DISMISSAL

    This process was designed to enhance student safety and to expedite student drop-offs.

    • School dismisses at 2:10pm.
    • Doors to the buses close at 2:16pm and pull away from the school at 2:17pm.
    • Students should be picked up in the same line as morning drop off.
    • Students may not be picked up in the visitors parking lot or any other area on campus as it interferes with our buses and traffic.
    • Students may only be picked up in designated areas. Failure to comply with this procedure can result in disciplinary action for the student and a citation for the driver.
Map of drop off procedures