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NEW LOCATIONS ADDED TO SUMMER FEEDING PROGRAM

Class of '85: Jarriel plays all the right notes as a Nashville talent agent

Jarriel (r) with Japanese conductor (and fellow Mercer grad) Keitaro Harada. Jarriel works extensively with musicians and conductors including Harada through her JEJ Artists talent agency. Other clients include Angela Brown, Diane Bish, Stephen Cleobury, Cortona Trio and Gregory Turay. Discover more about Jarriel at http://www.jejartists.com/ (Photo courtesy Janet Jarriel)

The summer of Janet Jarriel’s senior year, Ghostbusters the Bill Murray version hit the big screen, and in the ensuing 180 days of class, Jarriel watched an LA-hosted Olympics boycotted by the Soviets, Gimme a Break! on the small screen and friends decked out in Members Only jackets and boasting Cyndi Lauper-locks.     

http://www.zhkennels.comThat period was more than just a series of fads for Jarriel, who soaked in lessons like a car wash sponge pulling in fresh suds, waiting for the right time to apply them to the vehicle that would carry her across the country and to her greatest successes: music.     

We recently caught up with Jarriel to learn more of her exploits since graduating from Dublin High School in 1985, including her current work as a talent agent in Nashville, Tenn.

SUMMER MEALS PROGRAM UNDERWAY

The Dublin City School Nutrition Program will be serving meals to children this summer. Any

child age 1 to 18 can participate. The meals are served at no charge. Service will be Monday

through Friday.

LOCATION TIME DATES

Dublin Housing Authority 11:45 June 1- July 22

Second Baptist Church 11:30 June 6 - End TBA

Dublin Middle School 11:30 June 1 - 28

Dublin High School 11:15 June 1 - 28

WinShape Camp (DHS June 27-July 1) 11:55 June 27 – July 1

Communities in Schools 12:00 June 1 - July 22

First AB Church 12:00 June 6 - End TBA

Family Connection 11:45 June 1 - July 22

Youth Recovery Center 11:15 June 6 - July 22

Susie Dasher Elementary 12:15 June 1 - 28

Hillcrest Elementary 12:30 June 1 - 28

St. Peter’s Baptist Church 11:45 June 6 - End TBA

Dublin High Field House 11:00 June 6 - June 30 & July 12-TBA

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2016

DHS ELECTS JUNIOR CITY COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES

DHS STUDENTS TOUR EUROPE

    

WASHINGTON POST: DHS AMONG AMERICA'S MOST CHALLENGING HIGH SCHOOLS

Dublin High School was ranked among the Most Challenging High Schools in Georgia and the nation, according to a recent study by the Washington Post. 

DHS IB student attending Harvard program

DHS IB student Kennedy Blackwell-Lewis will be attending Harvard this summer for a special pre-college program.

DMS HOLDS HONORS DAY CEREMONY

Last week, Dublin Middle School celebrated honor’s night at the Dublin High School auditorium.

DHS PREPARED TO HOLD JUNIOR CITY COUNCIL ELECTION

 

 

DHS TENNIS HONORS PLAYERS AT BANQUET

The Dublin High School Boys and Girls Tennis teams recognized player excellence and the teams’ Region 3-AA Runner Up finishes during their banquet held May 11 at Dublin Country Club.

IRISH EYE ANOTHER UPSET IN STATE PLAYOFFS

The Dublin High School Fighting Irish Boys Soccer team prepare to play Wesleyan in the second round of the AA State Playoffs in Norcross. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m.

DMS STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN HONOR BAND PERFORMANCE

Five students represented DMS at the 16th annual  Dublin - Laurens County Honor Band.  Students attending were Sneha Kannan, Takayla Wright, Jasmine Scott, Apearl Walker, and Makaya Collins. The Students were accompanied by Mrs. Stephenie Adams Music Coordinator/Band Director Dublin Middle School.

IRISH DEFEAT LONG COUNTY 1-0!

The Dublin Irish defeated Long County 1-0 in the first round of the Class AA State Playoffs

DHS HONORS DAY RECIPIENTS LIST

Dublin High School hosted its Class of 2016 Honors Day program April 20 in the auditorium. A total of 26 scholarships totaling more than $325,000 were handed out, with 23 students slated to graduate with honors receiving a gold cord to conclude the program. Fourteen students earned International Baccalaureate (blue) honor cords for completing IB coursework while two students earned IB diplomas in addition to their DHS diploma. Platinum Seniors were presented a silver cord. Department, CTAE, RESA, Rotary Speech, Attendance, PSAT and Georgia Certificate of Merit winners were also honored. Graduation is slated for May 27 at the DHS gymnasium.

DMS STUDENT EARNS TRIP TO TELLUS WITH SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT

A walk to the kitchen in search of a cold soda has turned into an unexpected trip to the Tellus Science Museum and high honors in science for Dublin Middle Schooler Amaya Rozier.

DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS RELEASES 2016-2017 CALENDAR

Dublin City Schools released its 2016-2017 school calendar.

 

CHECK OUT OUR NEW IRISH MAGAZINE!

Dublin City Schools is proud to announce the release of its 2015-16 publication, Irish Magazine.

HILLCREST STUDENT RAISES $1K FOR JUMP ROPE FOR HEART

Hillcrest Elementary fifth grader Britney Junior raised more than $1,000 for the American Heart Association's Jump Rope for Heart campaign for the second-straight year.

PINT-SIZED PHOTOGRAPHERS SHOWING UP AT SAXON HEIGHTS

Saxon Heights Pre-K teacher Ms. Jonessa Williams is using an innovative approach to discover students' interest by allowing them to capture their days in pictures.

TEACHER OF THE YEAR 2015-16 TEACHER OF THE YEAR GROUP PHOTO

School-level Teachers of the Year were honored during a special luncheon held at Dublin Country Club Jan. 7, 2016, with Hillcrest Elementary Media Specialist Wayne Clark selected as the system-wide Teacher of the Year.

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