April 29, 2019

Dear parents,

It is hard to believe, but Prom is upon us once again. Last year I was torn between whether to wear a powder blue cummerbund or a paisley vest. The struggle is still real. :-) The dance is on Saturday evening at The Ohio State University. You know by now that if it was up to me we'd be dancing out the evening to Air Supply and a little Earth, Wind, and Fire; however, I think the music selection will be a little more palatable to the kids. All that being said, please know that first and foremost I want our students to have a great evening. I promise to be realistic about our students’ definition of fun at a dance, but at the same time I expect them to exercise good judgment before, during, and after this school-sponsored event. Although we have every reason to believe this will be the case, please help us in reinforcing the message that the use of any illegal substance or being in possession of such items poses a great safety risk for our kids and could result in a school suspension, a code violation if applicable, and the involvement of the police. Nothing good comes from making such choices or being around those who do. It is our continued hope that everyone involved has a fun and safe evening.

Have a great weekend!

Dusty


Attention Senior Parents - Arts Recognition Day

Senior parents, your son or daughter will receive an email this afternoon about our second annual Arts Recognition Day. This event will be held on Wednesday, May 8th from 3:00 to 4:00 in the Commons at school. This recognition is for any graduating senior planning to major in one of the arts (visual and graphic, performing, music, and dance). It is a great event and a way for us to show appreciation for the work our students have done and will continue to do at the next level. If your son or daughter will be majoring in such a field, please encourage them to check their email and reply to Mrs. Jeanne Wohlgamuth by May 1st.  


Attention class of 2019

The deadline to order your graduation yard banners is this Saturday, April 27. Choose between any one of three designs, and announce your special day! Banners will be ready for pick-up May 3rd in the Commons. Don’t miss out!

www.gradbanners.com


Senior Baccalaureate

Attention Senior parents and students! Our annual PTO sponsored Senior Baccalaureate service will be hosted on May 14th at 7:30 pm at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church. This inspirational service honors the potential our senior class carries into the future, featuring speeches from Dr. Miller, the Thomas Family, the McCrabb Family, and musical performances by our top performers. The service concludes with a reception and refreshments. Please join us in celebrating the class of 2019! Go Celts!


DJHS Theatre Presents: A Little Overboard

Join us for a night of mystery and mayhem aboard our cruise ship, The Salty Sea Cow! With 100% original characters and storyline, this will be a show to remember...or will it? Student written and presented by the DJHS 18-19 Theatre 3 students and acting ensemble. May 2nd-4th @ 7:00 p.m. Adults $7, students/seniors $5. Mystery/Interactive Comedy, Black Box & Dessert Theatre.  


Sports Physicals in May/June         

Please see the attached schedule for Ohio Health sports physicals in May and June.

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Jerome Clinic Procedures

Students who become ill or injured at school are to go to the Clinic to be evaluated. Please encourage your child to not phone or text a parent/guardian if they are not feeling well. In accordance with the Student Handbook, students who are ill or injured cannot be released from school until they have been evaluated in the Clinic and a parent/guardian or other emergency contact person is contacted for permission for the student to go home.


Volunteer Opportunites: Students and Parents

The concession stand at the Jerome HS Stadium is seeking volunteers through approximately May 23. Weeknight shifts are generally 5:00-7:00 p.m. and 7:00-8:30 p.m. Each shift is supervised by an experienced parent Crew Chief. High school students age 16 or older can help in the concession stand and can receive service credit hours.

Interested parents or students may create an account at www.signupgenius.com and go to this link to sign up:https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090f4daaae2aa7fd0-spring4 or email Susan Pahwa directly at:Volunteercoordinator.dmb@gmail.com


Celebrate 100 years of learning at the 1919 Building on June 8

With the help of our entire community, Dublin City Schools will be celebrating 100 years of learning at the 1919 Building on Saturday June 8. Learn more here


Several new summer camps posted

You can view new summer camp listings at https://www.dublinschools.net/youthactivities.aspx.


Elementary name survey for school to be built in Jerome Village

Dublin City Schools will open two more elementary schools in the fall of 2020. The school on Bright Road has been named Hopewell. We are now working on possible names for the school to be built in Jerome Village. Please take a moment to take our brief survey at this link.


IMPORTANT DATES

April 27-DJHS Prom, 8:00 p.m. (tickets on sale 4/25 and 4/26)

May 7-DJHS Senior Awards, 7:00 p.m. in the DJHS CPA

May 9-Coffee with Dr. Hoadley, 10:30 a.m. at Barry Bagels

May 10-DJHS Senior Dinner (students only), 6:00 p.m. in DJHS Commons

May 14-DJHS Baccalaureate, 7:30 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church

May 15-Senior Cedar Point Trip

May 16-Mandatory Graduation Practice, 10:00 a.m. in the Aux Gym

May 17-Last Day of Preschool

May 18- May 18-Graduation at the Schottenstein Center

1 p.m. Dublin Jerome

4 p.m. Dublin Scioto

7 p.m. Dublin Coffman

May 23-Last day of Kindergarten

May 24-Last day of school for students grades 1-11. (This is a half day.)

June 8-1919 Building 100 year celebration, 9 a.m.-noon

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