May 29, 2018

Dear parents,

It is hard to believe that we have taken another trip around the sun. Although always an exciting time of the year, it is also bittersweet to say goodbye to our seniors and those families who have their youngest graduating. We will bid them an adieu on Sunday evening at the Schottenstein Center. Whether you are leaving us, still with us, or joining us for the first time in the fall, Dublin Jerome High School is and always will be home to you.  

I looked back at our end of the year newsletter last year and realized I can't replicate what I said any better, so here it is once again: As summer dawns, please find time to rest and be with your loved ones. If you're a sun lover, please find time to take in the heat, but wear your sunscreen. If you're a book lover, take time to find that cozy spot and read to your heart's desire. If you're a tennis player, hit that court as often as possible. And above all, pester your kids to spend as much time with you as possible. 

I am so honored to be the principal of this great school and look forward to seeing our kids back here in August. 

Until then,


P.S. Outside of spending time in Maine in July where we might have spotty service, I should be on email pretty consistently. If you have anything that needs answered over the break, please feel free and send me a note at I'll make sure it gets into the right hands.

Important 2018-2019 Dates for Jerome

New Student Scheduling: Aug. 6 & 78:00 am-3:00 pm (by appointment with Guidance Dept.)

Student Walkthrough: Aug. 8 (grades 10-12) 9:00 - 11:00 & 1:00 -3:00Aug. 9 (grades 10-12) 9:00 - 11:00Aug. 9 (9th grade orientation) 1:00 - 3:00

New Student/Parent Orientation: Aug. 9 (in the Commons), 11:15 am-1:00 pm

9th Grade Orientation Make-Up: 1:00-2:30 pm (for 9th graders who could not attend on Aug. 9)

Freshmen Parent Meeting: Aug. 16, 7:00-8:00 pm (CPA)

Senior Parent Meeting: Aug. 22, 6:00-7:00 pm (CPA)

Open House: Aug. 22, 7:00-9:00 pm

2018-19 Back to School Information

On August 6, Dublin City Schools will open its online back to school platforms for the 2018-19 school year at  At that time, simply click on the button titled, "2018-2019 Back to School." You will be directed to a webpage with specific directions and links to the sites you will need to access prior to the start of school (August 15) and throughout the 2018-19 school year.

Please note, schedules for middle and high school students and class assignments for elementary students, will be posted in ProgressBook ParentAccess the week of August 6.

If your child is a student athlete, your coach and/or athletic director will communicate with you this summer regarding requirements for completion of athletic forms.

DOT Money Bowl-a-Rama

The Matthew Dotson Scholarship Fund is inviting you to the 2nd annual DOT Money Bowl-a-Rama on Saturday, July 14 at AMF Sawmill Lanes. Please see this flyer for additional details.

Learn to Row This Summer with the Dublin Crew

The Dublin Crew is offering learn-to-row sessions this summer for students entering 7th-12th grades. Sessions will be held in June and July. Please click here for further details and registration information.

What the City of Dublin wants you to know about panhandling

Below is a message from the Dublin Police Department.

You probably have seen panhandlers at various locations in and around Dublin shopping plazas. The City of Dublin wants you to say NO to panhandling. While this might seem like harsh advice, the City along with Dublin Police are very aware that unfortunately, panhandling to fund drug or alcohol dependency is very common. Many residents and organizations have asked if the City of Dublin can enforce laws to ban panhandling. Non-threatening panhandling is a form of free speech protected under the First Amendment. As long as individuals are on public property and not breaking any laws, they have the right to panhandle.

There are community resources, including the Dublin Food Pantry, for those who are truly in need. Thanks to suggestions from residents and leadership from City Council, soon you will see Say NO to Panhandling signs in a few locations to discourage giving money to panhandlers, while encouraging donations to social services organizations.

Thank you.

Chief Heinz von Eckartsberg

Dublin Police Department

Stay connected over the summer!

We only have one week of school remaining, but the flow of information about our District will continue all summer long. Click here to learn how to stay connected.

2018-19 Back to School forms information

Information regarding required forms for next school year is posted at this link. Have a great summer!

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

Dr. Hoadley writes about the accomplishments of our graduating seniors. Click here to read his message.


May 27-Graduation ceremonies at The Schottenstein Center

1:30pm: Dublin Scioto

4:30pm: Dublin Coffman

7:30pm: Dublin Jerome

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