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Coach Holmes' Pre-Season Preview

August 22nd is the official start of the 2014 Fighting Irish Football Season. So, we sat down with Coach Holmes to find out what fans can expect come Friday.

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DCS Students Visit Vietnam Moving Wall

A half size replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Moving Wall came to Dublin from August 14th to the 17th. And, DCS students were right in the thick of things. Along with Dublin High School AFJROTC cadets, students from Hillcrest, Susie and Saxon saw the Moving Wall for themselves.

1st Day of School

From our Pre-K Babies to the Class of 2015, Dublin City Schools is back in session!

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DHS Touchdown Club

Fighting Irish Football is right around the corner!  So, be sure to join the Touchdown Club each Monday Night beginning at 6:30 PM in the DHS Field House.  Coach Holmes' weekly meetings are the perfect opportunity to connect with the team; each week he'll give a synopsis of the previous game and tell club members what they can expect from the Fighting Irish come Football Friday Night.

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College and Career Academy Names CEO


Tiffany Lofton has been named CEO of the Heart of Georgia College and Career Academy.


     Previously, Lofton was the Department Chair of Developmental English for Horry Georgetown Technical College in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


     In addition to her CEO duties, she will be teaching Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management to about 30 students.


     "I'll get to see both sides,” said Lofton. “I think that's crucially important for a person trying to build a program."


     The Heart of Georgia College and Career Academy is a academic partnership between Dublin City, Laurens, Bleckley and Wheeler County School Systems. Opening this August, it will be the first academy in the state to offer Advanced Courses in mathematics and scientific inquiries from the Southern Regional Education Board. 

Dublin City Schools receive new 21st Century Community Learning Grants

The Dublin City School System is proud to announce that they have been awarded two new 21st Century Community Learning Center Grants.  Each grant will provide 1.5 million dollars to fund after school programs at all 5 of our schools for a total of 3 million dollars over the next 5 years.  We are pleased to have the ability to continue to work with these students to close the gap.

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