The first building, Dungannon High School, was erected in 1912 and served students in grades 1-11. A second building was erected in 1922 and the gymnasium was added in the mid 1950s. In 1968, grades 8-12 were enrolled at the new consolidated high school at Twin Springs, and Dungannon became an elementary school. In the fall of 1985, a new era came to Dungannon as the old building was torn down, and students began having classes in the newest elementary facility in the county. The site of the original auditorium now houses a block of classrooms. Part of the original hallway, as well as the basement, is still in use. In 1995, Dungannon Elementary was to house only grades 4-7 and thus became Dungannon Intermediate School.
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March 10 Third Nine Weeks Ends
March 25 Good Friday - Schools Closed
March 25-28 Spring Break - Schools Closed
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For 2015-2016 school year, Food City will donate $600,000 in cash through the Food City School Bucks program. The points your school earns will help grow their share of the $600,000 total. It's like a pie - the size of your school's slice will depend on how many points they have received. Schools should encourage their supporters to register their ValuCard for the Food City School Bucks program.