The return to school on January 19th brought most of our students back into the building. Staff and students are excited to see each other! We are carefully following safety protocols; wear your mask, watch your distance, and wash your hands. Winter recess means sledding and lots of digging in the snow!
DCS held it’s first Whole School ! Each classroom was introduced and we played “Mirror Me, Mirror You” while physically distanced. We also talked about how proud we were of our students writing to local Veterans in honor of Veteran’s Day. It was a lovely way to end our day!
DCS students thoughtfully write letters to Veterans in honor of Veteran’s Day.
In a 6-minute webcast, Principal Nicole Pease shares the fall 2020 reopening plan with the Dublin Consolidated School community.
Please click on this link to play the presentation.
DCS students have started!
Each year, staff at DCS seek activities to depict our school motto of DCS Cares. This year, Art Teacher Andy Shultz, took this project on. Using art work created by the students, this school wide project, inspired by DCS teacher Deb Lang, came to life!
The morning before the Winter Break was spent with students moving through crafting rotations. Staff, and PTO put together 12 activities for the students. Students choose how they want to move through the rotations and they are able to make ornaments, cards, wreaths, and many other items. Students love the opportunity to make things for others.
brings happiness to students and staff!
The Harvest Supper and Open House at Dublin Consolidated School on Friday, October 18th, brought students and their families to DCS to enjoy supper together.
Each classroom contributed to this event. Kindergartners made applesauce, Grades 1 and 2 made decorations, and Grades 3 and 4 made soups and rolls.
The DCS PTO coordinated additional potluck donations.