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Welcome to the DeKalb County Super District 6 Office

DeKalb is a county like none other. We boast an amazing array of diverse cultures, businesses and people. We’re a neighborly community and we know that in order to create the best county we can, we need to work together. Our staff is committed to serving the residents of District 6, and the only way we can move our county forward is if we work together to build a safer, greener and more prosperous DeKalb. 

Welcome to the DeKalb County Super District 6 Office

DeKalb is a county like none other. We boast an amazing array of diverse cultures, businesses and people. We’re a neighborly community and we know that in order to create the best county we can, we need to work together. Our staff is committed to serving the residents of District 6, and the only way we can move our county forward is if we work together to build a safer, greener and more prosperous DeKalb. 

"I want to build a community that celebrates our youth, and opens doors for their futures.”

- Super 6 Commissioner Ted Terry

Commissioner Terry's Work

Since taking office:

20K

Constituents Responded To

13

Bills Authored & Passed

$3.1M

Money Appropriated

"Together, we can create a safer, greener and more prosperous dekalb.”

- Super 6 Commissioner Ted Terry

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Additional funding was directed towards critical issues such as walkability, animal services, homeless outreach, mental health support, and public safety in our new operating budget so we can continue building a safer, greener and more prosperous DeKalb for everyone.-Team Terry ... See MoreSee Less
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Team Commissioner Ted Terry is helping to gear up for the upcoming school year and we need your help!!! Volunteer tutors are needed to begin tutoring designed to help DeKalb students improve their reading skills in September 2024 for the 2024/2025 school yearThe AARP Experience Corps is an evidence-based literacy program that improves the reading skills of children in kindergarten through the third grade. Since 2019, the department has been working in collaboration with the United Way of Greater Atlanta, the AARP Foundation and the DeKalb County School District on this initiative. This tutoring program improves reading proficiency by focusing on students who are one to two grades behind in reading grade level. The AARP Experience Corps Program is designed to be implemented by volunteers who are 50 years old and older. Volunteers must have at minimum a high school diploma or G.E.D. to participate. Experience Corps is a national program that also produces positive mental and physical health benefits for older adult volunteers.Last year the program resulted in 70 percent of students moving up a grade in reading proficiency. The program follows the school district’s calendar through May 2025 and tutoring sessions are conducted in-person. Participating DeKalb schools include: Stoneview, Pine Ridge, Murphy Candler, E.L. Miller, and Redan Elementary Schools.To learn more about the program, contact Ann Pope, Human Services special projects coordinator senior, by email at adpope@dekalbcountyga.gov.Online volunteer applications may also be completed at unitedwayatlanta.org/volunteer/read-with-children-and-the-aarp-experience-corps/. ... See MoreSee Less
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