As part of the district's required parent outreach effort in association with the Local Control Accountability Plan, we have created a survey for our parent community to solicit your feedback on a range of crucial issues. Please click on the headline above for more information and a link to the survey.
Plan to join us on Monday, June 2 at Dublin High School to celebrate the opening of the beautiful new Performing Arts and Education Center! Click on the headline above for more information.
Dr. Hanke offers sincere apologies to community of Helena.
Gael Force Robotics team wins first-place awards for Design and Excellence and moves on to World Championships!
Congratulations to the Administrative Staff members all over our district who were honored Wednesday with ACSA Amador Valley Charter Awards. And special congratulations to OneDublin.org for the Partners in Education Award!
Congratulations to the Gaels, who captured the program's second title since 2010, defeating Hercules on Saturday for the North Coast Section Division II Championship. The game was tied 2-2 after regulation and two overtimes and decided in penalty kicks. Amazing job Gaels!
Check out this photo gallery of the latest images of the Dublin High School Performing Arts and Education Center, which is slated to open this spring.
We have created a new space on our website for parents to find important information about all of the changes and new initiatives happening in education. The “Parent Resources” tab. We hope you will find a bevy of useful resource on topics such as Common Core Standards, Smarter Balanced Assessments, Professional Learning Communities (PLCs), a parent-generated glossary of terms, as well as articles and links.
We've provided a Q&A on the Common Core State Standards, which are in the process of being introduced in our classrooms. Much more information to come. Click on the Dublin EdTalks podcast on the lower left side of our webpage for more information.
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Gaels win multiple awards at Alameda County competition with more than four dozen students participating.
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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