September 15, 2017

Hello Wyandot families:

Dublin City Schools grow thinkers, provides a world class education, and works on continuous improvement. This is the Dubin Difference! Civic engagement, career exposure, empathy, strong work ethic, communicating with confidence and serving others are a few of the traits the Dublin community wants to see developed in our students. This past monday, we celebrated Dublin first responders in our Celebration of Heroes event to provide our students with an opportunity not only to thank these men and women for what they do, but to experience their service based careers firsthand.

Several police officers and firefighters from the Dublin Police Department and the Washington Township Fire Department were able to join us at the event. Students honored our heroes with a video about what makes a hero, medals of thanks, and letters to say thank you. All involved were touched by the ceremony, and thankful to all the students who filled their buckets to make their day! These are memorable moments for our students and staff. At the beginning of our ceremony, we did the Pledge of Allegiance and Wyandot Pledge with our heroes. Though we do this every morning, saying both of these together with our heroes was extra special. One of the firefighters was blown away that we have a Wyandot Pledge and asked for a copy to show others in the fire department. He plans to use the Wyandot Pledge as a model for the firehouse.

I thought I would share the Wyandot Pledge with all of you. Please ask your children about why we say this everyday!

I am a smart, special, valuable person.

I respect myself and I respect others.

My words and actions are kind and honest.

I accept only my best in all I do.

I am proud to be ME!


Thanks for all you do for the students of Wyandot, and thanks for sharing your children with us everyday!

Your partner in education,

Renae Schwartz
Principal
schwartz_renae@dublinschools.net

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40 Dublin City Schools students named National Merit Semifinalists

Forty students representing all three of our high schools have earned National Merit Semifinalist designation. Details are available here.


Hurricane Harvey & Irma relief

Residents continue to deal with these hurricanes and their aftermath. The recovery process will take a very long time. Dublin City Schools will be serving as a funding collection point to help those by impacted by these disasters. The District will be collecting monetary donations that will be sent to the American Red Cross.


If you would like to help contribute to this cause, checks can be made out to Dublin City Schools and be dropped off or mailed to the District's Central Office until Friday, October 13.


Dublin City Schools

7030 Coffman Road

Dublin, OH 43017

Attn: Treasurer


Upcoming events

Sept. 19-No Devices Family Night, sponsored by PERC


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

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