Guidance Contacts

Ally Casale  (Students with last names beginning with A-G)
casale_ally@dublinschools.net
614-718-8623
 
Jackie Zody (Students with last names beginning with H-O)
 
Lisa Sperry (Students with last names beginning with P-Z)
614-718-8622
 

GUIDANCE NEWS

Dublin WORKS! A Career Speaker Series for Students & their Families

We are asking local professionals to speak at Emerald Campus on a night from 7-8:30 pm featuring their career cluster to any interested k-12 students and families. Attendees will select 3 sessions to attend that last about 15-20 minutes each with Q & A at the end. We feel it is essential for young people to hear why others chose their career, what their journey was like, what the job actually entails, and get their advice. 

We are inviting any clubs or local organizations who want to set up a table to join the appropriate career cluster. Contact Carol Jacobsen to reserve a free table (jacobsen_carol@dublinschools.net). 

Our first session is Health Sciences on Wednesday, Oct. 23rd 7-8:30pm and has a strong line-up of professionals in roles such as: dentist, optometrist, vet, nurse practitioner, global healthcare trainer, physical therapist, etc.! The next part of the series after that is Business on November 13th.

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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY’S MIDWEST ACADEMIC TALENT SEARCH (NUMATS)

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY’S MIDWEST ACADEMIC TALENT SEARCH (NUMATS) is a research-validated program that utilizes above-grade-level assessment, as a means of gifted testing, to help parents and educators better understand their students’ educational needs. More +

SYNTERO

Syntero provides compassionate, professional, expert counseling and support services for Central Ohio. Through a partnership with Dublin City Schools, Syntero staff members meet with students on a regular basis. The links below provide further information about their programs and services.
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World Languages Information

What is the Ohio Seal of Biliteracy?

The Ohio Seal of Biliteracy is an award for graduating high school seniors who demonstrate a high level of proficiency in English and at least one world language as demonstrated on state approved language assessments. This is an award recognized by the state of Ohio.


My child is not a high school senior. Why is this relevant?

Students who begin world language study in the 8th grade have more time to learn the language in order to achieve this designation. Study of a world language over the course of a student’s high school career (through year 4 or 5 of a language) will make him/her a strong candidate as a senior. 

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KNOW TO SEND THEM TO BED

Click below for a very informative article about the importance of sleep and the potential consequences of inadequate sleep for children and teens. More +

VIDEO FOR PARENTS

This video, made for parents by teens, is a great resource for parents in helping to better understand their teens. More +

Welcome Warehouse Back to School Outreach

Welcome Warehouse is offering Free School Supply kits for registered children in Kindergarten through 12th grade.  Please see the attached form for more details  More +

College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus is a program that gives students an opportunity to be enrolled in both high school and college coursework at the same time. College Credit Plus replaces Ohio’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program (PSEO) and all dual enrollment programs.
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