The week before April Break was busy at DCS. Students were cast for the play on Monday, rehearsed for 4 days and put on two awesome performances on Friday! Well done DCS! Thanks to Arts Enrichment, Dublin Community Foundation, and our very own PTO for the support to make this happen!
DCS students were challenged to read 100 books in honor of 100 school days. They partnered with a buddy to read, and far surpassed the goal!
3rd graders have been researching birds. They have created bird books with Jeannie Connolly and bird models with Andy Shultz.
DCS students were wonderful audience members during the Veteran’s Day Assembly. Guest speaker, and Veteran, Mr. Dunning provided detailed information about the history of Veteran’s Day. We thank you for your service!
After the parade up the hill, DCS students enjoyed some old time Halloween party games, thanks to our awesome PTO!
A few years ago, DCS decided to wait to hold our Open House until October to coincide with the annual harvest of the gardens with the help of the Cornucopia Project.
This community effort has resulted in all classrooms participating in the preparation for the supper including soups, table settings, and applesauce.
It is a tremendous effort and is much appreciated by our families with 32 out of 34 families in attendance.
This week we had fun exploring all things garlic! We ate plenty of roasted garlic and talked about some amazing things garlic can do for us in addition to being delicious. Students made their own garlic tapenade and learned about why garlic is considered to be a vampire repellent. Read More: Cornucopia Fall 2018
Thursday, Oct 11th was the annual walk to school day for DCS. We were hopeful the rains would hold off until we arrived at school, but that wasn’t the case.
However, we did not let a few raindrops ruin the fun, and many of our students disembarked the bus or were dropped off at Dublin General Store and we made our way up the hill to school!