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Mobile testing kitchen New Mobile Teaching Kitchen will offer students hands-on cooking experience and more
In partnership with our Food Service provider Chartwells K12,  a Mobile Teaching Kitchen will be coming to Dublin City Schools. This opportunity will provide our students with real-world cooking experience, while teaching them about nutrition and wellness. 
School Bus Dublin City Schools receives $200,000 Federal grant
Dublin City Schools has recently been awarded a $200,000 grant as part of the Environmental Protection Agency’s 2017 National Clean Diesel Rebate Program. 
Jerome village land Dublin City Schools' enrollment exceeds 16,000 for the first time
Dublin City Schools' enrollment continues to grow and a permanent solution will be needed in the near future  
Classroom full of people Enrollment growth expected to continue
Dublin City Schools' enrollment is up 18% over the past 10 years and growth trends show no signs of slowing down. 
District logo Protecting your investment in our schools top summer priority
by Jeff Stark, Chief Operating Officer 
District logo Recommendation made to stretch three year levy cycle to six years
During the June 12 Board of Education meeting, Supt. Dr. Todd Hoadley and Treasurer/CFO Brian Kern recommended delaying the District's next ballot initiative to 2018. 
District logo District’s embrace of private sector business concepts results in significant cost savings
The District’s continuous improvement efforts have recently resulted in a savings of more than 60,000 pieces of paper and approximately $50,000 annually in labor costs. 
District logo Latest Lean Six Sigma Project Focuses on Student Safety
Student safety is one of the top priorities for Dublin City Schools. As a District, we are always looking for ways to continuously improve in what we do. We want to make sure that our students are safe before, during, and after school.  
District logo Energy efficiency saves taxpayer dollars
The District has saved more than $3.7 million in energy costs since 2012 and continues to find ways to operate more efficiently. 
District logo District Sustainability Committee Focuses on Energy Efficiency and Cost Savings
The District has saved more than $3.7 million in energy costs since 2012 and continues to find ways to operate more efficiently. 
Red apple Free & Reduced Lunch Applications
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Last name and student ID are required. Applications must be completed every year.

Who We Are

Chief Operating Officer 


Facilities Coordinator
Coordinator of Operational Excellence  
Assistant Food Service Director
Stephanie Klein
Administrative Secretary (Facilities)
Julie Rower
Administrative Secretary (Operations) 


Amy Salay 
Coordinator of Transportation
Brian Killian 
Assistant Coordinator of Transportation 
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