DCSS Virtual Community Bulletin Board

DCSS Community Bulletin Board

Visit this page often for information on community events, recreation leagues, performances, summer and school break camps, enrichment activities, and more. These announcements are submitted by organizations not affiliated with the Douglas County School System. For information on how to submit an announcement please see:

DCSS Virtual Community Bulletin Board Guidelines

Community Events & Awareness

Movie Talk Summer Camp
The Movie Talk Summer Camp is being offered to children ages 9-13 at the Cultural Arts Center in Douglasville. Write, produce and star in your own movie! Week 1 is June 17-21 and Week 2 is July 8-12. Admission is $120. Click here to register online. View the flyer for more information.

Games With Grandparents
PreK Families: Early math skills can be a fun way to practice with your grandchild. Join us for games, tips and tricks, and lunch. You'll even go home with your own resources. This event is Thursday, June 6 from 12-1 p.m. in the Magnolia Room at the DCSS Central Office, 11490 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Douglasville, GA 303134. For more info about RSVP'ing, view the flyer here.

Direct Current Swimming
Direct Current Swimming is offering several programs to children and adults in Douglas County at the Boundary Waters Aquatic Center.  View the flyer for more information.

Douglas County Challengers Baseball
The Douglas County Challengers Baseball Team for special needs children plays every Saturday morning during the Spring and Fall seasons at Beulah Ruritan Park in Douglasville. Children are accepted at any time during the seasons. View the flyer for more information.
Eureka! Educational Enrichment Summer Camp
The Eureka! Educational Enrichment Summer Camp will take place
June 3-July 8 at Heirway Christian Academy. View the flyer for more information.

Math Coursework/Homework Support
Get help with math coursework/homework 24/7. Support is offered in 6th-12th grade Math. View the flyer for more information.

Youth Innovation Center
The Douglas County Youth Innovation Center has several programs available for local students and their parents. Visit their website for more information. You can also view flyers for upcoming events including:

 Bill Arp Park Baseball
First Coach Academy Recreation, a Douglasville-based not-for-profit, has launched youth baseball at Bill Arp Park. Register at leagues.bluesombrero.com/dominatorsbaseball.
View the English flyer or Spanish flyer for more information.

Next Up Teen Resiliency Program
Aug. 2, 2023-May 22, 2024
Open to middle and high school students. The program will provide a variety of services for students, including tutoring, group training & skill building, counseling, parental services, and much more. See the flyer above for dates and more information

Douglas County Boys & Girls Club Gaming Team
The Douglas County Boys and Girls Club is seeking teen gamers for their EA Sports Gaming Team. The team will compete against others from around the world on systems such as PS5, XBox 360 and more
Click here for a flyer with more information or contact Coach Anderson at [email protected] or 770-577-9824

Douglas County Senior Services Kinship Grand Initiative Program
This program is designed to help grandparents and other relatives (55+) who are raising children. Call 770-489-3100 or email [email protected] for more information

Church Street Farmers Market Now Accepting Vendor Applications
For more information contact [email protected]
See the flyer above for more information

Connect Douglas Fixed Route Bus Service 

After-School Childcare & Camps

Boys & Girls Club After-School Activities
Open to students ages 6-18
Click the flyer above to learn more about programs offered for each age group
Contact Kim Best at [email protected] to sign up.

 Eureka Educational Summer Camp
June 5-July 14 at Heirway Christian Academy
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Aftercare available from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Register online now at eurekasummercamp.com
For more information contact [email protected]
Click here for a flyer with more information

Free Offerings

Community Assistance Resources for Food
A list of area non-profits providing food assistance 

Count Me In Group
Non-profit offers free virtual tutoring for elementary students
Visit countmeingroup.org to learn more about free tutoring and becoming a volunteer tutor

Good Samaritan Center Offers Free Groceries to Families in Need
8366 Grady Street, Douglasville, Monday - Friday mornings

Hope for Youth Mentoring
Non-profit offers free mentoring for at-risk youth ages 8-14 years old

Kids' Choice, Inc.
An online marketplace where students buy and sell original educational resources


Affordable Connectivity Program
A new federal program that can help low-income families save on internet bills
For more information or to see who can qualify, click here

2021 IRS Advance Child Tax Credit
For more information about the 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit, click here

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