Germantown, Tennessee--September 12, 2018--“Grandparents are important,” said Dogwood Bingo with Grandparents Night organizer Diane Perry. “It’s wonderful to see different age groups coming together,” she said. Hosting a bingo night was something that Dogwood wanted to do this year, and Perry brought the idea to fruition. The sign-ups for the bingo night were very popular and the evening was a huge hit for all ages. With a few celebrity Dolphin bingo callers, some pizza and great family, students and their grandparents competed for candy prizes for an hour last Friday evening.
Posted Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Germantown, Tennessee--September 11, 2018--From Houston Middle School hosting a fundraising PJ Day, to the sale of specially themed Blow Pops at Houston High School--the entire district is gearing up to go gold in support of St. Jude in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness month. Join us on Septmember 22 for the annual St. Jude Walk Run.
Posted Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Germantown, Tennessee--September 10, 2018--The Dogwood Cross Country team participates in many races throughout the season. They practice three times a week and participates in fun team building activities like cross country camp in the preseason, movie nights, and team dinners and outings. The team is participating in Memphis Youth Athletic league where they run in five to six one-mile races against other elementary schools at Shelby Farms during September and October.
Germantown, Tennessee--August 21, 2018--On Monday evening at the August School Board Meeting, the school board unanimously voted to adopt "Proposal C" as the new attendance zones that will take effect in the Fall of 2019.
Posted Saturday, August 25, 2018
Germantwn, Tennessee--August 16, 2018-- Teachers, academic coaches, and district leaders gathered at Dogwood Elementary's leadership workshop in preparation for the upcoming school year. Tagline: Innovate. Challenge. Empower.
Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Germantown, Tennessee--August 9, 2018--Jack Turner, a 4th grader at Dogwood Elementary and Victoria Britson, a first grader at Farmington Elementary, recently secured two top one-hundred reader spots in the Tennessee First Lady’s statewide Summer Reading Competition.
Posted Friday, August 10, 2018