Family Update

Dublin Jerome High School


Family Update 3.20.2020

Dublin City Schools Update

Please take a moment to watch this video update with Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley.

Spring break March 23-27

Our spring break starts Monday. There will not be online learning next week, but we encourage everyone to keep reading, engaging in creative projects and spending time as a family. Online learning will resume Monday, March 30.

Breakfasts and lunches information

Beginning Monday March 23, the start of spring break, Dublin City Schools’ buses will be at the locations and times listed at this link, for approximately one-half hour, to provide grab-n-go breakfasts and lunches to any students who need them. Pick up breakfasts and lunches will still be available at Dublin Scioto High School and Riverside Elementary between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Both services will be available Monday-through Friday, including the week of Spring Break, March 23-March 27.

Mental health support

We all need to take care of ourselves and our families’ mental health during this challenging time. Social distancing will be difficult for many and we do not know the duration at this time. The State of Ohio’s mental health hotline is 1-877-275-6364, 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Mon.-Fri. Mental health information from the CDC can be found at this link.

Technology support

We continue to work on setting up a system to get technology into the hands of students who need it and to establish Chromebook repair drop-offs. Our current information regarding tech support is posted at this link. This page will be updated with more details as we go forward.

Other information

Online learning resources and COVID-19 resources may be found at

Social Media and Communication Tools

DCS Mobile

I would highly encourage you to download the app. We can "push" out information to you and many apps like Schoology, Progress Book and notifications will be at your fingertips.

Scan the QR Code for the App or click the link below.

Schoology (Parent and Student)

Schoology is our LMS platform to deliver remote learning to our students. Please take some time over the break to familiarize yourself.

You can even have your child show you the DJHS Principal Communication and Resources course that I am holding. (Note: Everyone gets an "A" in this class!

Please click on the link below for all resources related to Schoology.

AP Testing Update (3.20.2020)

Technology Support

What if my son/daughter needs help with their Chromebook?

Please have your child email the teacher with the problem. We will take it from there and submit a tech ticket to find a remedy. Based on the number of ticket needs we will adjust the response accordingly.

Chromebook Power Cords

As a reminder, DCS does not supply extra cords. You may also contact the school to see if they are able to assist in the short term.

Dell 3189 Power Cord: Grade 7, 8, 10, 11, & 12

Dell 5190 Power Cord: Grades 6 & 9


Hello, Jerome! We are here for you and in this together!

Our staff is here to support your ACADEMIC, CAREER, and SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL needs!

School Counselors

Lisa Bauer (A-Dor)

Jennifer Rodgers (Dos-Jom)

Tyler Baker (Jon-Mil)

Andy Zweizig (Mim-Se)

Aaron Bauer (Sf-Z)

Student Support Specialist (S3)

Michele Armstrong

Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program/Drug and Alcohol Counselor

GeorgiAnn Diniaco “Dr. D.”

Click the image below to head to the DJHS School Counseling Page for current information.

A Note from Dr. D: Be a "SMART" Parent

Dear Parents,

Although we are living in a time period that we have never walked before…I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you to not minimize the power of what you SAY and what you DO truly does matter for those you love. This is a great opportunity to be present and purposeful with your teens and family.

With that being said, I thought I would help remind you to continue to do what you do best,

Be a SMART Parent:

Set Limits. Remember, what you did to keep your teen safe as a young child, will still help keep him or her safe during this time. Set limits with clear expectations and consequences for breaking them. A great deal of things in the world are changing; don’t let your expectations be one of them. Don’t count on anyone else but YOU to “Just Say NO!” when you know you should.

Messages. Let your teen know the use of alcohol and other drugs during this time is absolutely unacceptable in your family. Don’t leave room for interpretation. Be clear. Be consistent. Discuss your expectations and consequences. Don’t assume your child knows where you stand – not talking is often interpreted as permission to drink, VAPE, smoke or use other drugs.

Awareness. Now more than ever, know where your kids are, who they are with, what they are doing, and when they will be home. Be respectful and let your child know you love them enough that you will monitor them. Remember to monitor all media sources and activity.

Resources. You are not alone. If you need help with strategies or for additional information feel free to email us at GeorgiAnn Diniaco or Carly George at and we will get back with you as soon as possible. A list of local resources/links is available for you at the bottom of this page.

Take time to talk! What a great time to talk with your child (not text), play board games, cook dinner together, eat together, make memories together…. take advantage of these precious moments. Be present and purposeful. Teens want to talk yet they also want you to listen. Create ways to stay connected.

We WILL get through this…Don’t forget to take care of yourself.

Thanks for all you do, today and always.

GeorgiAnn Diniaco “Dr. D.”

Spring Sports Update

Jerome Athletics and Update from OHSAA

All Sports

A MANDATORY no-contact period is in effect for all school-sponsored sports March 17-April 5, 2020. Additionally, there will be a mandatory shut down of facilities used for the purpose of conducting athletics activities from March 17-April 5, 2020.

The OHSAA Non-Interscholastic Rule is still applicable to all athletes, including spring sport athletes. For spring sport athletes, they are in violation of the non-interscholastic rule if they participate in any non-school sport in the same season if they have already participated in a scrimmage or contest for the school team in that sport. Additionally, at no time are they permitted to participate in any non-school sport exceeding the 50% limitation defined in General Sport Regulation 7.

Spring Sport Out-of-State Travel

All DCS Trips have been canceled.

TENTATIVELY be in place:

April 6 – 10 MANDATORY Practices and/or Acclimatization (if required)

April 11 All Scrimmages/Regular Season Contests may begin

Tournaments will remain on dates as currently scheduled

Please note: Since the current situation is rapidly changing, any of these may need to be adjusted. IF they are, a notification will go out immediately to schools. Thank you for your attention to this matter!

Spring Break

Monday, March 23rd, 7am to Friday, March 27th, 3pm

Dublin Jerome Virtual High School


Classes Resume

Monday, March 30th, 8am-5pm

Dublin Jerome Virtual High School

Monday, March 30: Day 1 (Per. 1-4)

Tuesday, March 31: Day 2 (Per. 5-7)

Wednesday, Apr. 1: Day 1 (Per. 1-4)

Thursday, Apr. 2: Day 2 (Per. 5-7)

Friday, Apr. 3: Day 1 (Per. 1-4)