The Dublin Unified School District and the Dublin Teachers Association (DTA) have reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining contract for the 2013-14 school year. The new agreement, which includes a compensation increase for all 397 certificated teachers in Dublin Unified, was approved by the Board of Trustees at Tuesday night’s regular Board meeting.
The June newsletter features information you need to have about our new Annual Date updates, summer on-line registration and the need to register for the Parent Portal.
Governor Brown’s proposed Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is a commitment to simplify school funding, increase accountability and local control, and provide much needed support for English Language Learners, children in poverty and or foster care. Click on the headline above for more information on how you can help!
Things are moving quickly at the two major construction projects happening in Dublin Unified - the academic classrooms at Wells Middle School as well as the Performing Arts Education Center at Dublin High. Check out these photos from this past week! Thank you Dublin for supporting our schools and these beautiful facilities with Measure C and Measure E bonds!
The District and Dublin Teacher's Association (DTA) will be posting regular updates on the progress beging made during regularly scheduled bargaining sessions. Click on the headline above for additional information.
Gaels win multiple awards at Alameda County competition with more than four dozen students participating.
If your student is currently in 8th grade and will be enrolled in Algebra 1 in 9th grade for the 2013-2014 school year, please read the following information regarding an opportunity to earn elective math credits at DHS.......(click headline to read more)
Dublin Unified School District recognizes the harmful effects of bullying on student learning and school attendance. Our priority is to provide a safe school environment that protects students from physical and emotional harm. If you feel your child is being bullied we provide you this road map to assist you with any bullying issue.
It is an honor and a privilege to serve as your Superintendent. As I share this, my seventh State-of-the-District Report, I am reminded of three very important reasons why the Dublin Unified School District is successful. First, we are deeply committed to our fundamental purpose, student learning. We are passionate about the success of every student. Second, exceptional teachers, support staff, leaders, including the Board of Trustees, students, parents and the community, comprise a “team” with a laser like focus on the success of every student. From the board room to the classroom, this remains an essential core value. And third, we are results oriented. A dynamic strategic plan grounded on the principles of continuous improvement guides our daily work. Click on the heading above for Dr. Hanke's full message.
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