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Tomorrow is the day our 6th grade students will be receiving chromebooks. Please be sure your student has turned in their signed forms. Bags and computers will come home with them.


Attention 6th and 7th grade students. There is a new opportunity for leadership called DUBLIN LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE. This is a club combined with all 4 of our Middle Schools in Dublin. Students who are interested in leadership or serving their community are encouraged to apply. Once all applications are received from the 4 middle schools, approximately 15 students will be selected to participate. Three to four times a year, the group will meet off site for activities that develop leadership, give students the opportunity to get to know participants from all 4 schools, have fun, eat lunch, and plan a year-long service project.

Transportation and lunch will be provided for all students at no charge.


•Bring together a diverse group of Dublin students.

•Develop friendships with students from other middle schools.

•Build leadership capacity.

•Appreciate differences in others and recognize commonalities amongst students from Dublin.

•Plan and implement a year-long service project that will culminate in May, 2018 and include parent participation.

Please go to the main office for an application.

All applications are due to Dr. Deagle by Sept. 21st.


The 1st annual Fall Festival will be held at Davis on Oct. 26th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. All community families welcome. More information soon!


Holiday Assistance in December:

Each year Adopt-a-Family matches local families experiencing a financial or medical crisis with volunteer sponsors from the community seeking to experience the joy of giving. Families receive gifts for their children and a grocery card for a holiday meal. Please let your school counselor know by October 19th if you are interested. Applications will NOT be handed out like in years past.


This year Davis is adding a component in teaching the whole child. Wellness, as it looks at Davis, involves the mind, body, heart and soul. To better help students develop their overall Wellness, students are invited to attend wellness activities from 7:30-8:00am in Davis’s gym on Mondays and Thursdays starting September 18th. During this time, students will participate in activities which bring about an awareness of their: mind, body, heart and soul. Davis staff will be participating with the students to lead, model and demonstrate activities in which students can practice during the school day and at home. The Wellness Team looks forward to working with your children throughout this school year! Please contact Kevin Masterson for more information atmasterson_kevin@dublinschools.net.


Attention Irish community parents! We are in need of volunteers to assist in our Davis library! Shifts are typically scheduled from 9:00-12:00 or 12:00-3:00 Monday through Friday, however, our library staff would be happy to accept any time commitment you could make in order to assist us in such tasks as shelving books, circulation and simply being a friendly face to our students using the library. For more information or to reserve your time slots, please contact Kristin Brunet, Library Aide, helmickbrunet_kristin@dublinschools.net. Many thanks in advance and we look forward to hearing from you!


Chromebooks to be distributed in grades 6 and 9

In the coming days, Chromebooks will be distributed to all sixth and ninth graders. Visit http://www.dublinschools.net/OnetoOne.aspx to learn more about this technology initiative.

Ohio Local Report Card information

Information about the recent release of the Ohio Local Report Cards can be found at this link.

Community invited to hear national speaker on student safety on Oct. 2

Former federal prosecutor Francey Hakes will present: The Virtues of Vigilance: How to Protect Your Children Inside Their Circle of Trust at 7 p.m. at the Abbey Theater in the Dublin Community Recreation Center. Click here for details.

Upcoming events

Sept. 28-Coffee with Dr. Hoadley, 7 p.m. at Pasquale's Pizza in Jerome Village

Oct. 2-NO SCHOOL-Student safety training for staff

Oct. 20 and 23-NO SCHOOL, Fall break

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