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George G. Dodge Intermediate School

George G Dodge Intermediate School
Mr. Reginald Holland, Principal
Ms. Iwanda Huggins, Assistant Principal
Ms. Ciara DeVille, Assistant Principal

10225 Ravenna Road Twinsburg, Ohio 44087
Phone: (330) 486-2200 
Fax: (330) 963-8323
Attendance Line: (330) 486-2268

School Day Hours: 7:15 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.

George G. Dodge Intermediate School opened its doors in 1970. It initially opened as the Junior High and was named in honor of a much-loved custodian. The school itself was built in two phases. The school's first section was all the classrooms, auditorium, and cafeteria. The second section was built about ten years later, adding the two gyms and locker rooms. In January 1999, the school name was.s changed to Dodge Intermediate School as a result of the new High School opening and R. B. Chamberlin transitioning to the Middle School.

School Profile
  • Houses all district Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Grades with approximately 900 students in total
  • Provides all Special Education services for identified children
  • Maintains strong Parent-Teacher relationships
  • Includes D.A.R.E. instruction to be a drug-free school
  • Operates a full-service library/media center
  • Provides on-site technology support and education for staff and students
  • Utilizes cross-curriculum instruction, Project Based Learning, and Blended Learning
  • Offers a Wellness Center - a designated safe place to support student development, wellness, and emotional health
  • Ohio School to Watch and National Forum School to Watch Designation
  • Purple Star Award Recipient
  • PBIS Silver Award Recipient


Our Mission is to create a safe learning community in which the students feel a sense of pride and support to reach high levels of academic achievement assessed by state standardized testing. We will foster a caring atmosphere in which parents, teachers, administrators, and students develop relationships to be productive and positive to achieve the curriculum goals as defined by the state of Ohio. We will maintain high expectations and strive to meet the unique needs of all learners through the application and integration of state standards with ALL curricular areas with added support through interventions.

Where Students Earn Their STRIPES 

Safe and Caring Community for our Cubs
Tigerific Achievement
Roaring Responsibilities
Into Being Fair and Trust
Pride and Respect for Each Other
Expecting Great Citizens
trong support for our Tigers