Community Outreach

Close-up of Geri Hill

Community Outreach Coordinator

662.449.7134

Manage PERKS program which partners businesses with educators to provide          discounts and special offers to DeSoto County Schools’ employees.
Social Media
Coordinate special events for students, teachers, staff, and the community.
Coordinate and manage Teachers, Parents, and Administrator of the Year                    programs.
Adopt-a-School (Partners in Education).
Coordinate and manage Reaching for the Stars program.
Build community support with parents and stakeholders through timely                     dissemination of information.
Work closely with local media for positive news opportunities.
Voter registration awareness and registration with high school seniors and                 new employees.
    Please do not hesitate to contact me for more information, and don't forget to follow DeSoto County Schools on twitter at @DCSeNews.

    District News


    Center Hill Elementary Students
    Initial third-grade reading results released

    Over two-thirds of DCS students passed assessments on first try

    Fri May 27 04:15 PM

    Center Hill Elementary School Caroline
    Center Hill Elementary School grants wish

    Center Hill Elementary School has raised over $100,000 and granted 17 wishes since 2003.

    Fri May 27 04:02 PM

    Angel Pilcher
    Pilcher uses farmyard to teach and grow

    Center Hill High School is growing… literally, thanks to Angel Pilcher and her garden/farmyard.

    Fri May 27 03:54 PM

    DeSoto County National Pan-Hellenic Council
    National Pan-Hellenic Council of DeSoto County sponsors campaign

    The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) of DeSoto County sponsored a TitleWish campaign to purchase books for Walls Elementary School and Horn Lake Elementary School libraries. 100 percent of monies raised were donated to each school.

    Fri May 27 03:40 PM

    Mental Health Department
    New PostDeSoto County Schools celebrate Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week

    Tajuana Williams, DeSoto County Schools director of mental health, said the district started offering mental health services in 2018 before the COVID-19 pandemic and now has 12 school-based mental health therapists to help students address any issues surrounding their mental health.

    Fri May 27 03:30 PM