I hope it has been a great week. Finally, some nice fall weather.
Since we have been overloading your inboxes lately, we're going to keep it short and sweet this week. There are just a few points of interest below.
Have a great weekend!
Picture Retake Day
HR Imaging will be at Jerome on October 12th from 10:30-1:30 for picture retakes. Order forms are available in the Main Office. Students who have already had their school pictures taken should receive them by the end of next week.
Pink Out for Cancer Research
The Dublin Business Academy, Broadcast Video Productions, and the American Cancer Society Youth Ambassadors are selling t-shirts for the Pink Out and fight against cancer at the Dublin Jerome football game on Oct. 6th. The shirts are being sold during lunch today through Friday, Oct. 6th for $10 each, and a portion of the proceeds will go towards cancer research. Cash and card are accepted and checks should be made out to "Dublin Business Academy". Please support this great cause!
Tolles Parent Meeting
Parents with 6th-10th graders are invited to learn more about the College and Career Options available through Tolles Career and Technical Center. Engineering, Pharmacy, Pre-Vet, Web Design and Development and more - plan to attend one of the upcoming informal "coffee chats" around the district. Additional information and registration link are here.
Reminder: No School Monday Oct. 2
There is no school on Monday Oct. 2 in order to provide staff with additional student safety training. Former federal prosecutor Francey Hakes will present: The Virtues of Vigilance: How to Protect Your Children Inside Their Circle of Trust at 7 p.m. at the Abbey Theater in the Dublin Community Recreation Center on Oct. 2 Click here for details.
Dublin City Schools Has The Most National Merit Semifinalists in Ohio
Congratulations to our 40 National Merit Scholar Semifinalists. The most of any district in Ohio for the second consecutive year. In addition, 26 students have been National Merit Commended Scholars. Click here to view our list of Commended Scholars.
The Dublin Difference
Teachers and support staff often have lasting positive impacts on students and their families. Visit http://www.dublinschools.net/thedublindifference.aspx to read about some of these stories of dedication and caring. If you have a story you’d like to share with us, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
District Earns Award for Accurate Financial Reporting
The Dublin City School District’s finance department has again earned the Auditor of State Award with Distinction for clean and accurate financial reporting and record keeping. More information is available here.
Sept. 28-Coffee with Dr. Hoadley, 7 p.m. at Pasquale's Pizza in Jerome Village
Oct. 2-NO SCHOOL-Student safety training for staff
Oct. 11-Coffee with Dr. Hoadley,7:30 a.m.-9 a.m., Sunny Street Cafe, 7042 Hospital Drive.
Oct. 20 and 23-NO SCHOOL, Fall break
Upcoming Parent University Sessions
Oct. 11-Academic Pathways & College Credit Plus, 7 p.m. at Dublin Scioto
Oct. 11-Trusting what you see, drug use & abuse (Part I), 7 p.m. at Central Office
Oct. 16-Academic Pathways & College Credit Plus, 7 p.m. at Dublin Jerome
Oct. 17-Academic Pathways & College Credit Plus, 7 p.m. at Dublin Coffman
Oct. 18-PERC Suicide Prevention Program, 7 p.m. at the Abbey Theater
Nov. 8-College seminar for students w/ IEP or 504 plan, 6 p.m. at Dublin Scioto