Good morning, Thomas Families!
Welcome Back from Spring Break!
Here is a Welcome Back Monday Message for you!
Please find additional information below!
Remember, our goal this week is to find balance!
Feel supported and understand the plan for your child's learning!
Stay safe and healthy, friends!
A Look at Our Week
Monday, March 30, 2020
*Monday Message for You.
Tuesday, March 31, 2020
*Johann Sebastian Bach’s Birthday in 1685- Find out who he was and what contribution he made to our society.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
*Wellness Wednesday- Do something healthy for you! You should have 60 minutes of physical activity dailyJ What are you choosing to do?
*It’s April Fools’ Day! Find out how this day originated. What jokes can you tell today? How are you going to be silly?
Thursday, April 2, 2020
*Disney’s Home on the Range was released this day in 2004.
Friday, April 3, 2020
*Apple released the iPad in 2010 on this day. What do you know about an iPad?
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Breakfasts and lunches information
Beginning Monday March 23, the start of spring break, Dublin City Schools’ buses will be at the locations and times listed at this link, for approximately one-half hour, to provide grab-n-go breakfasts and lunches to any students who need them. Pick up breakfasts and lunches will still be available at Dublin Scioto High School and Riverside Elementary between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Both services will be available Monday-through Friday, including the week of Spring Break, March 23-March 27.
Mental health support
We all need to take care of ourselves and our families’ mental health during this challenging time. Social distancing will be difficult for many and we do not know the duration at this time. The State of Ohio’s mental health hotline is 1-877-275-6364, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Mental health information from the CDC can be found at this link.
We continue to work on setting up a system to get technology into the hands of students who need it and to establish Chromebook repair drop offs. Our current information regarding tech support is posted at this link. This page will be updated with more details as we go forward.
Online learning resources and COVID-19 resources may be found at www.dublinschools.net.
If you need support, please contact your child's teacher of email Mrs. Davis or Mrs. Deschler.
Principal Jenny Davis
Assistant Principal Brittany Deschler
Good Afternoon Thomas Families,
We hope you are all doing well in this unprecedented, challenging period in our lives. We'd like to remind you all that as school counselors we are here to support you, and will be checking emails daily during work days. Please let us know if you have questions/concerns we can help support.
As you know, online learning for your children is rolling out today. Please check the 'Counselor Connection' section in the emails sent out by classroom teachers. This will have activities, videos and other resources usually focused on during our classroom guidance lessons. Our first 'Counselor Connection' focuses on stress-management, with an abundance of videos and other resources you can explore with your kids.
Here's a link to a video to hopefully uplift your spirit a bit:
We're also including a good article pertinent to our current situation:
And GoNoodle is also a great resource for your family:
Stay healthy and happy!
Jodi Cooper Adam Koebel
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