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DMS Industry Certification Update

Can you believe it? Dublin Middle School's Industry Certification number is almost 40! Additionally, 8th Grader Paula Bondoc is the very first student to receive three certifications. Bondoc is now certified in Outlook, Word and PowerPoint. 


     Congratulations to our latest recipients:  #30-Donald Harrell (PowerPoint), #31-Ke'Lexus Guyton (PowerPoint and Word), #32-Keyanne Jones (PowerPoint), #33-Mykia Rolison (PowerPoint), #34-Katherine Outlaw (PowerPoint and Word), #35-Ezekiel McMillan (PowerPoint and Word), #36-Jacob Toliver-Marx (PowerPoint and Word), #37-Ja'Necia Kemp (PowerPoint), #38-Ethan Golzales (PowerPoint and Word) and #39-Paula Bondoc (PowerPoint, Word and Outlook). 

DHS Band Holds Special Christmas Concert

Dublin High School's Band had quite the jubilant audience at their recent Christmas Concert. Playing classics like "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" and "Jingle Bells," they performed a show specifically with DCS students with disabilities in mind. They danced; they sang, and they had a great time!

To see more pictures from the Christmas Concert, click here

The Green and Gold

Can you believe it's been just over a month, and already Dublin Middle School's 21st Century students were able to construct a new magazine?  This issue is all about the holidays.  From Turkey Day tales to jubilant jokes, The Green and Gold's second issue is all about celebrating a Very Happy Holiday Season. 

To see more of the magazine, click here

The Nutcracker 2014

Dublin City Schools 4th Graders were transported to a party scene, battle ground and the Land of Sweets, all while staying in their Theatre Dublin seats. For, today was all about The Nutcracker for our elementary students. 

     "It was great," said Hillcrest 4th Grader Edward Lanier. "I especially liked when the Rat King and Nutcracker battled." 

BOE Named Distinguished School Board

Dublin City Schools is pleased to announce its Board of Education was recently recognized as a 2014 Distinguished School Board by the Georgia School Boards Association. 


     “I’m very proud of our School Board.  Last year they were named a Quality Board, and this year, they took it a step forward, becoming a Distinguished School Board,” said DCS Superintendent Dr. Chuck Ledbetter. “It speaks a lot towards Dublin City Schools, with our Board Members attending training sessions to make sure they work in a manner that’s most beneficial for our students.”


     The recognition program was designed to showcase best practices in school governance and leadership.

DCS Brings Christmas to 125 Students

Dublin City Schools is lending a helping hand, bringing Christmas to125 students with its Secret Santa Project. 


     "I know that our students are excited about Christmas" said DCS Homeless Liaison Lori Williams.  "But, some of our parents are struggling, so we try to make Christmas a little easier for the families who need a bit of extra help."  


     In addition to each child receiving a bike or scooter, parents were given a bag to fill with items like toys, blankets, toiletry items and clothes. 

DHS's Class of 2016 Receive Class Rings

It's an exciting day to be a Dublin High Junior! They've just received their Class of 2016 rings, which means their one milestone closer to be Grads.

Dublin Christmas Parade

Nothing ushers in the Holiday Season quite like the Dublin Christmas Parade!

From JROTC cadets and the Marching Band to our elementary cheerleaders and Frozen float, Dublin City Schools was well represented. 

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and staff in the Dublin Christmas Parade, click here

DHS Wrestling Win Shamrock Dual

Congratulations to Dublin High School's Wrestling Team!  They recenlty competed at home, where they brought it all to the mat and finished with a Shamrock Dual victory. 

To see more pictures of our DHS Wrestlers in action, click here


Industry Certification Update

Bringing our total number to 28, three additional Microsoft Industry Certifications have been earned! Congratulations to DMS 8th Grader Evelyn Inman for mastering PowerPoint. Zaikeria Williams and Joseph Radford have now earned their second this year, holding certificates in both PowerPoint and Word. 


National Parent Engagement Week

November 17th-21st marked National Parent Engagement Week, so Dublin Middle School planned activities in an effort to bridge the gap between home and school life.  From Sip and Chats to Tuesday's Thanksgiving Lunch, events gave parents the chance to see what Dublin Middle School is all about.  Because DMS is "Tied of Bullying," dads were invited on Thursday to "tie one on" to students as the school too celebrated Bullying Prevention Week.  The week ended with an Anti-Bullying Assembly featuring a special message from guest speaker Willie Raines.  

Teachers of the Year

Dublin City Schools is pleased to announce its 2014-2015 Teachers of the Year! Selected by their peers, each honored educator is dedicated to inspiring students and playing an active role in their school.

Fall Arts Festival

Just in time for the holidays, students from elementary to high school recently attended the Fall Arts Festival.


     It's a day dedicated to those with mental and physical disabilities, offering them the chance to participate in hands-on activities in addition to interacting with local entertainment.


     With events like face painting, spin art and a visit from the Therapups, all who attended were guaranteed a great time!

To see more pictures from the Fall Arts Festival, click here

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