The Superintendent is the chief executive officer of the school district. All principals report directly to the superintendent. The superintendent reports directly to the Board of Education.
The Treasurer of the district runs the finance department. The department is responsible for managing a budget that exceeds $160-million annually. The Treasurer reports directly to the Board of Education.
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The Department of Learning and Teaching is entrusted with the challenge to lead the district in developing, implementing, and accounting for the district’s educational programs in order to meet the challenges of a global economy.
What does innovation mean in a public K-12 school district? For us, the term innovation represents the pace of change. Our world has changed and continues to evolve. We need to change with it in order to provide our students with the skills they need to succeed in jobs and careers that haven’t even been invented yet.
The Dublin City Schools Alumni Association is a unifying force to connect graduates from the original Dublin High School, Dublin Coffman, Dublin Scioto and Dublin Jerome.
Student Services offers a full continuum of programs and services for all students in our district. The department encompasses intervention support, special education, health services, early childhood learning, and alternative education options.
The objective of the Dublin City Schools Office of Public Information is to support learning and teaching by ensuring the district’s stakeholders (parents and residents of the community), have the opportunity to remain informed in all matters concerning their public school district.
The food services department serves thousands of students each school day. Parents may pay for lunches in advance using the ezpay link on our web site.
The technology department leads the district by laying out technology plans, maintaining existing machines, and assisting with technology integration into the district’s curriculum.
The Transportation department manages one of Ohio’s largest bus fleets, featuring 140 buses that drove 1.6-million miles during the 2011-12 school year.
The department of Operations supervises the district’s custodial and maintenance staff who work to clean, repair and maintain the district’s buildings and grounds.