Welcome to the Health & Wellness Webpage!


Please join Dublin City Schools in our commitment to health & wellness! We, Dublin Employees, are integrating healthy habits into our culture and invite you and your family to use this webpage as a source of education and resources to better your own health. The information is recommended by the DCS Health & Wellness Coordinator, Amanda Spring. Become inspired to be your healthiest, best self!

*If you are a Dublin School Employee, please reference the Simply Healthy Employee Wellness Program Website

5K Walk/Run at Karrer Middle School


Sign Upfor the Strides for Sobriety 5K walk/run!  

When/Where:Sunday, April 15, 2018 at 10:00AM at Karrer Middle School.


Proceeds support teens and families who find themselves in adverse situations because of substance use and need financial support for treatment. Here is the link with additional information and sign up.  https://runsignup.com/Race/OH/Dublin/StridesforSobriety

March is National Nutrition Month!


Celebrate National Nutrition Month!®

Healthy eating is important no matter how old you are. This National Nutrition Month®, MyPlate is here to help you “spring” into the new season with a variety of tools and resources to help you find a healthy eating style that works for you at any age. Whether you need to find a MyPlate plan that fits your needs or just need some tips to help you on your healthy eating journey, ChooseMyPlate.gov is here to help.

CLICK HERE For Easy Prep, Cost Effective Recipes


Post Secondary Students Improving Posture

These Post Secondary students are completing exercises in the classroom that are specific to their posture needs after being assessed by their physical therapist. Stretching our hip flexors can improve our posture so try stretching for 30 seconds 3 times per week. 

Meet the Dublin Wellness Coordinator/Health Coach!

Hi! I am Amanda Spring, the District Wellness Coordinator/Health Coach. I have created the Employee Wellness Program and Website to emphasize the importance of our health and well-being. Take advantage of these free resources and information in support of your journey to good health.
Amanda Spring's Bio: Amanda Spring holds a degree in Kinesiology with a major in Exercise Science and a minor in Nutrition from Indiana University. She is Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist through the American College of Sports Medicine, a Certified Health Coach through the National Society of Health Coach's, and a Weight Management Specialist through the American Council on Exercise. Amanda has been working in the healthcare/wellness industry for over 16 years. Her work history consists of employment in clinical settings such as Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Phases I-IV, Cardiovascular Stress Testing, and Manager/Consultant of Population Health for wellness programming with a specialty in school wellness. She is a Certified Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Instructor with a specialty in chronic diseases. In her spare time, she enjoys trying different types of exercises, being outdoors and spending time with family.
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