on Friday, Oct. 18th bought 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. PTO coordinated additional potluck donations. Families savored the time by eating together and engaging in conversation before going back to their classrooms.
with Arts Enrichment
Students and staff practiced patience while posed as plants in hopes of a butterfly landing on us at Magic Wings Butterfly Conservancy. The students impressed the Tour Guide with their knowledge of butterflies.
Students love the DCS playground and it is a great place to learn how to cooperate.
An important part of the first days is reconnecting, which is enjoyed by students and staff.
DCS Parents/Guardians, and Students,
to the 2019-2020 school year to both new and returning students! I hope you are ready for a wonderful
year! A special welcome to our new
families, I look forward to getting to know you and your children! Remember, the first day of school is August 28th.
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.