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Recommendation made to stretch three year levy cycle to six years
Recommendation made to stretch three year levy cycle to six years
During the June 12 Board of Education meeting, Supt. Dr. Todd Hoadley and Treasurer/CFO Brian Kern recommended delaying the District’s next ballot initiative to 2018. 
Board obtains Jerome Village land for future elementary/middle schools
Board obtains Jerome Village land for future elementary/middle schools
During its meeting on May 22, the Dublin City Schools Board of Education purchased approximately 39 acres of land in Jerome Village for $1 to be used for a future elementary school and middle school. 
Protecting your investment in our schools top summer priority
Protecting your investment in our schools top summer priority
By Jeff Stark, Chief Operating Officer
Dublin City Schools is committed to maximizing our community’s investment in our school facilities.   Maintaining the infrastructures of the schools to provide a safe environment for all the students, staff and community is priority one for the District’s Operations Department.
 
Enrollment growth expected to continue
Enrollment growth expected to continue
Dublin City Schools’ enrollment is up 18% over the past 10 years and the growth trend shows no sign of slowing down. 
Tracey Miller named Deputy Superintendent
Tracey Miller named Deputy Superintendent
At its regular meeting on June 12, the Board of Education approved the recommendation to appoint Tracey Miller to the position of Deputy Superintendent.
 
Congratulations to the Class of 2017
Congratulations to the Class of 2017
By Dr. Todd Hoadley, Superintendent
The Dublin City Schools Class of 2017 has almost 1,200 members who will participate in commencement ceremonies this weekend in the Schottenstein Center on the campus of The Ohio State University. I am honored to share in this special day with our students and parents.
 
School Resource Officer Chuck Collier named Ohio SRO of the Year
School Resource Officer Chuck Collier named Ohio SRO of the Year
Dublin Police Officer Chuck Collier has been selected as the Ohio School Resource Officers Association (OSROA) School Resource Officer of the Year. 
 Board approves three year contract agreement with both unions
Board approves three year contract agreement with both unions
During its regular meeting May 22, the Dublin City Schools Board of Education approved three-year contract agreements with the Dublin Educators’ Association (DEA) and the Dublin Support Association (DSA). 
Three of Ohio’s best high schools are located in Dublin City Schools
Three of Ohio’s best high schools are located in Dublin City Schools
Three of Ohio’s best high schools are located in the Dublin City School District. 
Year two of technology plan presented to Board of Education
Year two of technology plan presented to Board of Education
At its regular meeting on April 24, the Dublin City Schools Board of Education listened to recommendations from the Department of Academics and Student Learning regarding year two of the District’s three-year technology plan. 
District earns highest possible  credit rating from Standard and Poors
District earns highest possible credit rating from Standard and Poors
The Dublin City School District had its highest possible credit rating affirmed by Standard and Poors Global Ratings. 
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Board of Education Meeting
Monday, June 26, 2017
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Board of Education Meeting
Thursday, June 29, 2017
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Board of Education Meeting
Thursday, July 13, 2017
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Work/PD day for staff
Monday, August 14, 2017
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Board of Education Meeting
Monday, August 14, 2017
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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First day of preschool
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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Board of Education Meeting
Monday, August 28, 2017
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