Giving Back: #DCSgivesback

During the holiday season, we want to share information with our community about all of the great things students and staff do. To keep track of all of the great things, we asked our staff members to use the hashtag #DCSgivesback when tweeting about their giving!

#DCSgivesback

Below are some things that our schools have done this holiday season to help those in need! 
 
Elementary Schools
 
Bailey:
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
 
Chapman:
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
 
Deer Run:
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
   - Deer Run 4th graders donated 1,052 books during the School Rocks Party Box book drive
 
 Glacier Ridge
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
   - The Glacier Ridge community, student leaders, and Mrs. Gould sent 29 boxes of supplies to troops overseas 
 
Indian Run
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
   - Students donated 102.2lbs of cornbread for Harvest of Hope!
   
Olde Sawmill: 
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive 
 
Pinney:
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
  
Riverside
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
 
 
Scottish Corners
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
 
 Thomas
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive 
   - Cold Feet Warm Hearts Drive (Nov. 10-17)
      -collecting toiletries stuffed inside a new pair of socks to be donated to the Welcome Warehouse 
   
 
Wright
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
  
 
Wyandot
   - Dublin Support Association food & toy drive
   - Girls on the run participated in a community impact project
 
Middle Schools
 
Davis
   -8th grade students made sack lunches for Open Shelter
 
 
Karrer:
   -Dublin Police donated decommissioned snowsuits to Karrer students, who will donate them to a homeless shelter
   - 6th graders spent an afternoon singing to, making crafts and playing games with residents of Senior Star retirement home. 
 
Grizzell:
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Sells: 
   - 6th graders are helping to brighten up a little boy and his family spirit this year. Jacob Thompson is a 9 year old who has terminal brain cancer and will not make it to see the holidays this year. His family has asked anyone willing to send Jacob holiday cards to lift his spirits, as he and his family will be celebrating early this year once more as a family. The 6th graders all came together to ensure that we lift Jacob's spirits.
 
High Schools
 
Coffman:
   -Raising money for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness week
      -Students and staff donated $1500+ in a 1 day homeroom collection/jeans day donation for pancreatic cancer research 
 
Jerome:
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Scioto:
   - Cafe Thrift- a great way to give back to community by recycling gently used clothing, shoes and
      accessories  
   - Members of the Girls Basketball team delivered Meals on Wheels  
  
 
Central Office:
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#DCSgivesback

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