Wyandot Newsletter - April 28, 2017

Wyandot Families:

At Wyandot, we believe when you work hard you should get a chance to play hard. The students and staff at Wyandot have been working hard all year, so we think they deserve a Snow Day! On Friday, May 5 we will be having a Snow Day at Wyandot! When we say Snow Day it is not a day off where everyone gets to stay home, but a day at Wyandot where we watch movies, do a read in, collaborate with classrooms and do a variety of creative and fun activities throughout the day! We will start our Snow Day with a whole group assembly and the remainder of the day will be student and teacher led! If the weather cooperates, we are going to eat outside. Students are encouraged to pack a lunch and bring a towel to sit on to enjoy a picnic lunch. If students purchase a lunch, it will be a sack lunch to bring outside for the picnic. The attire for the day is creative winter: white out, wear hats, gloves and scarves, or whatever the classroom comes up with! This will be a great day to celebrate the Wyandot Way.

Multicultural Day is fast approaching. We are excited to celebrate Wyandot’s diversity on May 12. Please note that registration for the fashion show closes on Monday, May 1 at noon. We will need to close the registration on May 1 in order to plan for the event. The link to sign up for the fashion show can be found at https://goo.gl/forms/lV1pi1JQxcY93NF83. We have 90 people who have already to signed up for the show, and we don’t want to miss anyone who would like to participate in the fashion show.

Your partners in education,
Mrs. Schwartz and Mr. Blake


Due to the fact the last day of the grading period this school year falls on the last day of school on May 25, final grade cards will be available on or after June 1 via ProgressBook.

This is a change from years past when grade cards were sent home on the last day of school in hard copy format. This year, grade cards will only be available on ProgressBook on or after June 1.

If you do not have your ProgressBook login information, please contact your school for assistance.

Thank you.


One to one initiative part of the technology plan for 2017-18

At its regular meeting on April 24, the Dublin City Schools Board of Education listened to recommendations from the Department of Academics and Student Learning regarding year two of the District’s three-year technology plan. Click here to read about the details.

Congratulations Community Champion Award winners

On Saturday April, 22 at Dublin Jerome, more than 200 students and staff members were recognized for their commitment to volunteerism and kindness at the 12 annual Community Champion Awards. Click here to see a list of this year’s winners.

Three of Ohio’s best high schools are in Dublin City Schools

All three of our high schools were ranked in the top 35 in Ohio by U.S. News and World Report. Click here for details.

Looking for athletic camps and other summer activities?

You can see the latest information at www.dublinschools.net/youthactivities.aspx.


May 3-Dublin Parents of Black Students African-American Academic Recognition & Scholarship Program, 7 p.m., Dublin Scioto

May 18-Coffee with Dr. Hoadley, 8 a.m.-9:30 a.m., Sunny Street Cafe, 7042 Hospital Drive

May 25-Last Day of School

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