Report Your Childs Absence:
If your child will be absent from school, please be sure to inform the front office secretarial staff. Be sure to include a callback phone number, parent name, and the student ID number, 980-343-5515.
New Student Registration:
Please contact the Druid Hills Academy Registrar for more information on New Student Registration, 980-343-5515.
Registration hours are from 8:00 am -11:00 a.m. and from 12:00 pm-2:00 p.m. Monday -Friday.
Immunization Reminder for all Rising 6th Graders
A booster dose of T-dap vaccine is required for all children attending public school who are entering the 6th grade if five years or more have passed since their last dose of tetanus/diphtheria toxid. Rising 6th graders must have their proof of T-Dap vaccination before entering 6th Grade. Without the proof, the student will not be allowed to return to school until proof of vaccination is provided. That is the final date for your child to have the shot and return to school. If you child has already received this booster shot, please be sure to bring a copy of your child's shot records to the school office, so we can update our school records. Should you have any questions, please contact, Mrs. Bridget Bryant, school registrar 980-343-5515.
We provide tailored instruction in English language skills to meet the needs of the limited English proficient (LEP) students whose parents choose English as a Second Language (ESL) services. Ms. Escobar is our ESL Teacher.
April Ghant, School Nurse
We have a full time nurse at Druid Hills. She is here Monday through Friday. She provides case management services to those students that have health concerns.
The Speech/Language Pathologist plays a number of different roles in the school system, including conducting hearing screens for all rising kindergarteners, first graders, and any students who are new to CMS. The Speech/Language Pathologist also conduct speech screens and evaluations for referrals received from teachers, psychologists, and parents. They treat a variety of speech-language disorders, including articulation, language, voice, and fluency disorders.
School counseling services are available to all parent(s)/guardians and their children. Please feel free to call if you have a concern or a question. You may telephone our counselors at 980-343-5515, during school hours, ask for Mrs. M. Steadman for elementary school students or Mrs. Gladney for middle school students.
A Child’s Place
A Child's Place is a non-profit group, founded in 1989. A Child's Place is a collaborative effort between the Charlotte, NC community and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS).
A Child's Place works to erase the impact of homelessness on children and their education.
- Provides for a stable, appropriate education to homeless children.
- Proivdes support services to enhance their opportunities for academic success
- Provides services to families to ensure long term stability and self-sufficiency
A Child's Place can be accessed at: http://www.achild'splace.org
Behavioral Health-School Based Services
The School Based Services Program is offered at selected Mecklenburg County Schools through CMC-Randolph. It proomotes emotional health for students within their school setting. We work directly with parents/guardians, school counselors, and teachers to identify a student who may benefit from counseling. Services provided include individual, group, and family therapy, crisis intervention, psychiatric consultation, and teacher/staff consultations.
Behavioral Health Services can be accessed at http://www.carolinashealthcare.org/
Diet Order Form
For Special Nutritional Needs and Annual Medical Statement for Students
Internet Revocaton Form
Complete and return this form only if you will not allow your child to use computers at school.