The City of Dublin is engaging in a branding and marketing campaign and is particularly interested in the feedback of our families. Click on this headline to see the attached flier for more information and please take a few minutes to participate in the survey by following the link that's been provided. We very much appreciate our partnership with our great City and are happy to get the word out to support their efforts!
Monday was opening day for students, who moved into five new classrooms and enjoyed new playground space. In addition, new parking and a new EDCC building were opened! Click on the headline above to see a photo gallery of the new facilities.
The November/December 2013 newsletter features important information about College and Career Readiness and the highlights of the grand opening of the Wells Humanities Building!
District and City leaders, gathered along with the Wells Community and special guests to celebrate the ribbon-cutting on the new Wells Humanities Building. Students have been in classrooms in the new two-story facility since early-November, but this was a great chance to mark the occasion with food, music and community spirit! Click on the headline above to see our photo gallery!
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Students filled brand-new classrooms on Monday morning as the Wells Humanities Building opened. The library/media center will open on Wednesday and the books are already filling the shelves. Click on the headline for a slideshow of opening day photos!
No one does Homecoming like Dublin High does Homecoming. We take you from the skit rally on Wednesday to area decorations on Thursday to the parade and carnival on Friday to the big game on Friday night. It was another memorable week for our Dublin schools community! Thanks to all the students, parents, schools who participated to make the Gaels' Homecoming celebration one-of-a-kind!
Building upon more than a decade of improvement and further cementing Dublin’s status as one of the state’s most successful school districts, Dublin Unified posted its highest-ever score in the Academic Performance Index (API), released by the State Department of Education today. Click on the headline above for the complete article.
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!
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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