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In December, 1979, Dolvin Elementary School, named in honor of the late W. Jasper Dolvin, opened its doors.
Dolvin Elementary School attracted national attention September 15, 1980, when it was dedicated by President Jimmy Carter, a nephew of Mr. Dolvin.

Dolvin's team of professionals envisions the school as an arena to challenge, nurture, and support the growth of our children.
The school wide theme, "inspire.challenge.achieve," pervades the climate.
Dolvin's outstanding PTA lends significant support to the school, averaging over 13,200 volunteer hours a year
Unique Assets:
The Dolvin Foundation is a charitable foundation that provides a tax advantage to donors and capital improvements for Dolvin Elementary. The goal of The Foundation is to enhance the learning opportunities for every student.

Two Computer Labs help students and faculty integrate technology into all appropriate curricular areas. In the labs, students begin to learn valuable life skills, such as keyboarding and word processing, and they work on curriculum-related projects.

The Outdoor Learning Center enhances the science curriculum and includes the following:
  • Discovery Path
  • Children's Gardens
  • Butterfly Garden
  • Georgia Garden

Special Needs:
Interrelated Resource Classes
English for Speakers of Other Languages

Karen Cooke, Principal


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