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Apply TODAY to Become a DeKalb Central Substitute!

Are you looking for extra income, but you don't want to miss out on time with your kids? As a DeKalb Central Substitute, you can work while your kids are at school and enjoy exciting benefits. Apply TODAY at https://jobs.willsubplus.com/jobs?districtIds=1319&selectedJobPostingId=4585.

FREE Counseling Service through the Northeastern Center for ALL Students!

Good News! DeKalb Central Schools now has an additional counseling program available for our students!

We are partnering with the Northeastern Center who will provide the following services to any/all DeKalb Central students and Staff.

Two (2) free counseling sessions with a master level therapist for DeKalb Central students. No deductibles, co-pays, or pre-authorization are required to access these services.

Parental Consent is required for any student under the age of 18.
There is no obligation to continue treatment after the initial two free counseling sessions. However, if a student/parent would like to continue counseling, they may do so at their own cost. NEC accepts most insurances and has fee assistance based on family income.

Free services exclude psychiatric services (medication management) and inpatient services.

Attention DeKalb High School Alumni!

Please help the DeKalb Central Foundation reconnect with past graduates from DeKalb High School, Auburn High School, Ashley High School, and Waterloo High School. The DeKalb Central Foundation (DCF) exists to support the students and staff at DeKalb Central Schools.

Please complete the below information to help them strengthen ties between alumni, the community, and DeKalb County Central United School District. DCF is looking forward to hearing from you and building a strong connection!

Please share to help the foundation reach as many people as possible! #WeAreDeKalb

https://forms.gle/tTR889hFyz5fA3DGA

Notice to Bidders

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DEKALB COUNTY CENTRAL UNITED SCHOOL DISTRICT (the “Owner”) will receive sealed bids for Bid Phase #1 Middle School & High School Renovations.

This project is being delivered via the CMc (Construction Manager as Constructor) method in accordance with Indiana Code 5-32. The Construction Manager for this project will be Weigand Construction Co., Inc., 7808 Honeywell Drive, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46825.

Trade contractor bids will be accepted at the Dekalb Central Schools Administrative Building, located at 3326 County Road 427, Waterloo, IN 46793, until 2:00 p.m. (local time), on Tuesday, December 14, 2021. Bids received prior to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 14, 2021, must be mailed and/or delivered to Dekalb Central Schools Administrative Building, located at 3326 County Road 427, Waterloo, IN 46793. Bids will be opened and read aloud at 2:00 p.m. at the
Dekalb Central Schools Administrative Building. A listing of the trade contractor bid packages is provided below.

A Pre-Bid Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, December 2 at 10:00 AM. The meeting will take place at Dekalb Middle/High School Tennis Court parking lot, located at 3326 County Road 427, Waterloo, IN 46793. Site walk and building investigation will occur immediately following the Pre-Bid Meeting.

See more at http://ow.ly/7umI50GRV5b.

Portrait of a Baron

Over the course of several months, a total of 72 community members, DHS students, & district staff came together for four meetings to identify seven competencies that represent what we want our graduates to take with them on their life's journey.


The final visual representation of the Portrait of a Baron Graduate will serve as the guide for all in the district and community when thinking about hopes, dreams, and aspirations of our Baron graduates.


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#WeAreDeKalb

District Spotlight

DeKalb Central Schools is made up of 4 elementary schools, 1 middle, and 1 high school with approximately 3600 students.

District Spotlight

DeKalb Central's goal is to promote school spirit, loyalty, & fellowship among alumni, students, faculty, & staff through a variety of activities.