District Newsletter | January 29, 2023
District Newsletter | February 26, 2023
February may be the shortest month of the year, but we sure did fit a lot into it. This month, our community celebrated Black History Month, the Lunar New Year, Valentine's Day, and Presidents' Day. We watched the Super Bowl and enjoyed Groundhog's Day predictions. At DCS, we started welcoming kindergarteners to the Class of 2036 and showered our School Resource Officers with appreciation for National School Resource Officer Day.
Even on the most average of days, there is no shortage of celebrating in our district. As part of our Better Together culture, we value, respect, and celebrate our students, staff, and community. Dublin City Schools is a wonderful collection of people with different backgrounds and experiences. We have tremendous students, amazing staff, and an overwhelmingly supportive community. In fact, sometimes we ask ourselves what is there not to celebrate? We don't have an answer!
Community Cocoa Brings Valuable Feedback
On February 22, staff, parents, and members of the community were invited to share their feedback on a draft strategic plan for the district. Students on Dr. Marschhausen's Superintendent Student Advisory Council shared about the plan while serving hot cocoa and sweet toppings. The next stop for the strategic plan is presentation at an upcoming Board of Education meeting.
Moments with Marschhausen
Superintendent Dr. John Marschhausen has recently started writing a weekly blog about leadership, action, and mindset.
YOUR VOICE MATTERS
DCS Community Education - Family Feedback Request (grades 3-7)
Our goal is to provide high quality after school learning opportunities that are accessible to all interested students. If your child has ever participated in our after school courses or if they have wanted to participate but experienced barriers, please share your feedback in this brief survey so that we can improve future offerings. Thank you!
Claudia Priest, Teacher at Dublin Scioto
She Serves on ABC6 recently featured Irish teacher Claudia Priest. Check out her inspiring story below.
SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT | Jerome High School
Black History Month at Jerome
While Black history and African American culture are embedded in our curriculum throughout the year, some extra celebrations are added each February for #BlackHistoryMonth. Dublin Jerome High School's student group, "Black Students United" organized some incredible tributes which included informative displays celebrating black culture and programs that included dancing, guest speakers and indigenous foods: banana pudding, corn bread, fallow rice, red beans & rice, jerk chicken and macaroni and cheese! They have posted a tribute to their BHM celebrations on their webpage: https://www.dublinschools.net/Jerome
Work in Dublin, Job, Career and Internship Fair
Businesses with an interest in connecting with our students can register for free using the form below. Questions? Contact Tawnya Ewert at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Theatre Performances
See Dr. Marschhausen at the 2023 State of the Community
The Exchange | 6520 Riverside Crossing Drive
The City of Dublin invites you to the 2023 State of the Community, highlighting Dublin's fiscal strength, innovative initiatives and community collaboration. Join us Thursday, March 9, at The Exchange at Bridge Park. Superintendent John Marschhausen will be joining a panel of speakers. The public is encouraged to attend. Learn more.
Let’s Talk about Inclusion
Did you know the City of Dublin has two diversity, equity and inclusion committees? The public is invited to join in monthly conversations about community policing with the Chief’s Advisory Committee or talk about the city’s priorities at the Community Inclusion Advisory Committee. Find meeting times.
Get Excited for the 2023 St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Be here — be green! Join us in Downtown Dublin for the Greenest, Grandest Parade on Saturday, March 11. Want to be in the parade? Submit your application by Tuesday, Feb. 28. Know before you go.
Spring Break? Try Vacation House Watch
Is your family taking a trip over spring break? The Dublin Police Department offers free vacation house watches for residents leaving their home for at least three days. Sign up.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Upcoming Events and Holidays
- March 5-11 - School Social Work Week
- March 9 - State of the Community, 6-8:30 p.m., The Exchange
- March 17 - End of third nine weeks
- March 20-24 - No School, Spring Break
- April 6 - Work in Dublin Student Job, Career & Internship Fair, 11:30 - 2:30 p.m.
- April 7 - No School, Teacher Conference Day
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