Welcome to Chickamauga City Schools

Superintendent's Message

Superintendent Melody DayWelcome Letter

Welcome to the Chickamauga City School System---a system rich in tradition, yet innovative and aggressive in preparing students to meet the challenges of the future. 

The Chickamauga City School System is dedicated to continuous improvement in all aspects, and two over-arching goals guide the work: Higher student achievement; and more efficient and effective operations.  A balanced scorecard, which provides an overview of current and historical performance, has been developed for each school and the system.  This information is accessible through our website.

The system mission is to “Provide a challenging and engaging educational program to meet the needs of all learners.”  This is achieved by holding the highest expectations for all students and staff; and by providing the highest quality teachers who are professional, focused and who go above and beyond to support their students.   The system provides a rigorous curriculum along with programs that will meet the educational needs of all students.  The system’s total commitment is to ensure the success of all students.

Please feel free to contact me for more information.  Working together we can make a difference, and I look forward to meeting more of you at different school events.

Sincerely,
Melody Day


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News & Announcements

Ms. Dixie's Dream

Ms. Dixie
Ms. Dixie's dream is to begin a Backpack Blessings Program in the Chickamauga City School District.  If you would like to volunteer to assist in packing the meals, please contact 
Ms. Guthrie-CES Counselor, Ms. Glenn-GLMS Counselor or Ms. Snellman-GLHS Counselor.  If you would like to make a donation to the program, please see the secretary at each school.  Make checks payable to Chickamauga City Schools and mark them "Backpack Blessings".  The school system will write a check to the sponsor, North GA Community YMCA, to pay for the meals for students in the Chickamauga program.


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