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Student Government Association
It is time to apply for Student Government Association (SGA)!
 SGA is the organization on Lakeside's campus that connects you to the best parts of the high school experience! We plan Homecoming, pep rallies, dances, support Black History month activities, and highlight other fun and exciting things to be a part of at Lakeside and work to make our school the best it can be for all of our students. If you are: passionate about making our school better for everyone, full of school spirit, want to inspire others to be spirited, and are wanting to work to make next year the best year for our school, then please apply to be an SGA officer. We look forward to reading your applications! 


Deadline: All applications must be submitted by:

WEDNESDAY April 21st at 11:59pm

Elections:  Elections will be conducted virtually from Monday, April 26th at 8am until Thurs, April 29th at 11:59pm.

Executive Board Positions (rising seniors only):

SGA Co-President, Vice President, Secretary

Class Officer Positions (rising seniors, juniors, sophomores):

President, Vice President, Secretary, 10 Senators per grade level 


Please see the application for more details about each position as well as the requirements. 


Application Link:

2021 - End of Course Test (EOCs)

Please see the communication below from the Georgia Department of Education. 


Recently, the Georgia Department of Education received guidance from the U.S. Department of Education (ED) regarding assessment, accountability, and reporting requirements for the 2020-2021 school year.  
The good news is ED is inviting states to request a waiver for the 2020-2021 school year of the accountability and school identification requirements in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). This waiver will provide flexibility from several aspects of accountability reporting that have concerned many amidst the pandemic. Once the state receives additional information and the waiver template from ED, Superintendent Richard Woods will pursue all flexibility available to the state of Georgia and provide districts with additional information on that process. 
Unfortunately, ED will not waive the federal testing requirements for 2020-2021. Therefore, districts must proceed with administering federally-required assessments this spring. Among other information provided by ED, the communication the state received noted that “certainly, we do not believe that if there are places where students are unable to attend school safely in person because of the pandemic that they should be brought into school buildings for the sole purpose of taking a test.” 
Therefore, no virtual students are required to attend school solely to participate in the Georgia Milestones, ACCESS and the Georgia Alternative Assessment (GAA), if they do not feel comfortable doing so due to the pandemic. 

DCSD EOC Administration Dates: 

Monday, April 19th 

US History Part 

(max test time 35 min.) 

Biology Part 

(max test time 40 min.) 

Tuesday, April 20th 

US History Part II  

(max test time 35 min.) 

Biology Part II  

(max test time 40 min.) 

Wednesday, April 21st 

No Testing 

No Testing 

Thursday, April 22nd 

Coordinate Algebra Part 

(max test time 65 min.) 


Friday, April 23rd 

Coordinate Algebra Part II  

(max test time 65 min.) 


Monday, April 26th 

Make-Up Day 

Make-Up Day 

Tuesday, April 27th 

American Literature Part 

(max test time 90 min.) 


Wednesday, April 28th 

No Testing 

No Testing 

Thursday, April 29th 

American Literature Part II  

(max test time 80 min.) 


Friday, April 30 

American Literature Part III 

(max test time 80 min.) 


Monday, May 3rd 

Make-Up Day 

Make-Up Day 

*Please note that test times will be extended for students who receive time and a half or double time. 

If you have questions regarding any aspect of testing, please contact the school at (678) 874-6702.  
              Also, you may email Jennifer Mason at  

Bus Routes

Providing safe, reliable, on-time service requires professional drivers, well-maintained buses and a competent support and management staff. As of 2013, the Transportation department manages 945 buses and 850 drivers to transport more than 65,000 students daily. Two-thirds of the District’s 99,000 students ride the school bus.

Tech Support Tips
Parents and Students, if you are having trouble logging into your account/Chromebook, please consider visiting the school before you put in a help ticket. At the school we can reset your password which fixes most issues immediately. If you would like more of a direct line, please visit the "Contact Us" page listed under Helpful Links, there will you have a direct line to people who may be able to assist you.

In addition, please visit the Lakeside Cluster's Website for more information on Virtual Learning. There you will find informational videos on using Chromebooks, Infinite Campus, Verge (English and Spanish), how to trouble-shoot with digital access, and Q&A from the recent summit. 
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Click here for more information on how to create a parent account for Infinite Campus. 
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