With the help of Mark Ragonese and Jeannie Connolly, students at DCS dyed and stamped flags. Our hopes and dreams will be written on the flags. These will then be attached to an outdoor structure and we will see our flags flying in the wind.
With the help of Art Teacher, Andy Shultz, DCS students celebrated our school motto of “DCS Cares….for ourselves, each other, out school and community,” by creating beautiful heart shaped collages. Each student designed and colored one piece of the heart. Four pieces needed to be put together to form the whole heart. This opportunity also allowed our students to connect as a community as they worked to decorate our walls with signs of caring!
Mr. Dave DeWitt, retired engineer and resident of Dublin, created a 3D Dinosuar Park for DCS! He presented the park to DCS students and shared his wealth of knowledge about engineering and dinosaurs. Students loved it and cannot wait to have time exploring the park including indentifying each dinosaur by name and sound.
Students had to add a few more layers today with the cooler temperatures and breeze, but it adds to the experience of learning under the tents!
Each year students in the upper grades are responsible for raising the flags at our school. They learn about the significance of the flag and treat the flag with great care.
A group of students at DCS found a butterfly with an injured wing. They carefully carried the butterfly to the flower garden in hopes that it would recover and fly away. The epitome of our motto “DCS Cares!”
After the call to “Line Up” DCS students gather to say the Pledge of Allegiance. It is one of the special ways we build our school community.