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AFJROTC BATAAN DEATH MARCH

about 1 year ago

Nearly three quarters of a century ago, 75,000 allied POWs embarked on a 65-mile march so horrific that “death” became synonymous with its remembrance.

In three months, the Dublin High School Air Force JROTC will honor those brave heroes when it hosts its first Bataan Death March Memorial Walk April 16 at 9 a.m.
This 14-mile walk commemorates the 74th anniversary of the forced march of American and Filipino forces which started on 9 April, 1942. A total of 10,000 POWs-9,000 Filipino and 1,000 American-died during the march.

There is no charge to participate in the walk but participants are encouraged to seek sponsors and donations. Pre-registration is highly encouraged. All proceeds will go to support veterans at the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center (as well as other local veterans groups).
To register, or for more information, go to https://www.facebook.com/Bataan-Memorial-Death-March-1125453734180275/?ref=hl.

DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS A HOST SITE FOR USDA SUMMER MEALS PROGRAM
Dublin City Schools is participating in the USDA’s “Summer Feeding Program” and is reaching out to sites that wish to participate in the program.

Meals will be prepared at Dublin Middle School and sponsored sites will pick up meals as pre-ordered. The free breakfast and lunch is available to children 18 and under.

There will be a mandatory training session for participating sites: date and time of that session has not yet been confirmed.

According to the USDA, which heads the program, the Summer Meals initiative provides a gathering place to combine nourishment and enrichment, brings the community together, encourages parent and child involvement and provides children with safety, health and wellbeing.

“This is an important outreach for our community since local parents are impacted by the difficult burden of supplying additional meals during the summer that are normally free throughout the school year,” said Lisa Powell, Dublin City Schools Nutrition Director.

For those sites interested in participating, or for more information, contact Powell at 353-8006 or 290-1119.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS CONCERNING PROPOSED RECONFIGURATION
Why Saxon?

Reconfiguration is less about bricks and mortar and totally about Dublin City Schools striving toward our ultimate goal, as listed on our Strategy Map, of High Achievement and Success for All Students. This move affords our system the ability to keep in step with state and national education initiatives like STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics), as well as to effectively and efficiently use our remaining environments and resources at our largest elementary campus, Susie Dasher.



Class size changes?

A reconfiguration enrollment analysis has been completed and class size will not be significantly impacted.



Reconfiguration and transportation?

We will continue to provide transportation as outlined in our Charter Contract.



Status of Financial Audit?

The last financial audit available on the Georgia Dept. of Audits website is from fiscal year 2012 (FY12). Fieldwork for the FY13 and FY14 audits has been completed by the Georgia Dept. of Audits. The district is currently waiting for the completion and publication of these reports.
DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS TO HOST PARENT/PUBLIC MEETINGS
ATTENTION PARENTS:

Dublin City Schools will be hosting a series of meetings for parents and public concerning the proposed reconfiguration of the
system (Please note dates and times listed below):

•Town Hall Meeting (Open to the public) at DHS Auditorium
Monday Feb. 1 at 6 p.m.

•Parent’s meeting at Hillcrest Elementary
Tuesday Feb. 2 at 5:30 p.m.

•Town Hall Meeting (Open to the public) at Wabash Church of God (409 Rowe Street)

Feb. 4 at 6 p.m.

•Town Hall Meeting (Open to the public) at Washington Street Presbyterian Church

Feb. 6 at 9 a.m.

For more information, please contact the Dublin City Schools board office at 353-8000.
Federal Programs Parent Meeting
Dublin City Schools will host its annual Federal Programs Parent Meeting at the Dublin High School Auditorium on Wednesday, June 24th 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
DHS Open House
DHS will host open house on Wednesday, August 5th from 3:00 PM until 5:00 PM. All students and parents are encouraged to attend. Hope to see you there!!
Free Lunches for Children
The Dublin City School Nutrition Program will be serving meals to children this summer. Any child age 1 to 18 can participate. The meals are served at no charge. The dates are June 1st -26th, and service will be Monday through Friday.

Location & Time:

Dublin High School - 10:45 AM

Family Connection - 11:30 AM

Communities in Schools - 12:00 PM

Eagle Trailer Park - 12:30 PM (Mondaym Wednesday & Friday)

St. Peters Church - 11:15 AM

Dublin Housing Authority - 12:15 PM

If there are any questions please contact Dublin City Schools Nutrition Director, Ann Coogle at 478.353.8006

USDA is an equal opportunity provider and emplorer
Phone Issues
Dublin City Schools is experiencing issues with their phone systems and as such certain phone numbers cannot call our schools. Charter Communications is aware of the issue and they are working on this wide-spread issue. Thank you for your patience. - See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us
Senior Parent Meeting
Attention Senior Parents: There will be a senior meeting with Georgia Student Finance Commission on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Please plan to attend to receive valuable information concerning HOPE Scholarship and graduation information.
Title I Parent Plan Review Meeting
Title I Parent Plan Meeting on 4/21/2016 at 1:30 pm. Parents are encouraged to attend.
Environmental Awareness and Family Day 2015
Environmental Awareness and Family Day 2015
DUAL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION SESSION PLANNED
High School Students Interested in Taking College Courses While Still in High School Are Invited to a MOWR/Dual Enrollment Information Session

Monday, February 29th, 6:30-8:00pm, Dublin Campus

Wednesday, March 16th, 6:30-8:00pm, Eastman Campus

High school juniors, sophomores, freshman - and their parents - are invited to take part in Middle Georgia State's "MOWR/Dual Enrollment Information Session", an event to help students prepare for college.

Middle Georgia State University representatives will give advice on what high school students should be doing now to prepare for college and the admissions process. They'll also provide information on how students can earn college credit while still in high school through the Move On When Ready program.

MOWR/Dual Enrollment sessions take place on the Dublin Campus from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.Monday, February 29th , and the Eastman Campus from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 16th. Register online at http://www.mga.edu/admissions/high-school-students.aspx, click on the “Learn More with a Campus Visit” button and select a date. For more information, call (478) 929-6700.

Campus maps and directions: www.mga.edu/about/maps.aspx.
Homecoming 2015
Homecoming 2015
To view the 2015 Homecoming album please visit the photo gallary...

DHS ANNOUNCES 2016 TRACK SCHEDULE

about 1 year ago

Location, Meet, & Date

Home vs. Twiggs Co., GMC March 1

Home vs. Jefferson Co., Twiggs Co., Jeff Davis, West Laurens, Hawkinsville, March 3


Home vs. Dodge Co., Baldwin, Treutlen Co March 15

Home vs. Johnson County, Wilkinson Co. March 17

Away vs. Tiger Relays @ Bradwell Institute March 19 (Saturday)

Home vs. Twiggs Co. March 22

Away @ East Laurens March 24

                     Away @ County Championship (East Laurens) March 31

Away Central Georgia Relays April 2 (Saturday)

Home vs. West Laurens April 5

 

 

  • Region 3-AA Meet East Laurens HS
  • Sectional Track Meet April 30

·      Girls State Championship Meet (Albany, Ga) May 5-7

·      Boys State Championship Meet (Jefferson, Ga) May 12-14

 

 
Co-Head Coach Mr. Reginald Cordy

     Co-Head Coach Mr. Vincent Davis

     Asst. Coach Dr. Roderick Hilton

     Asst. Coach Mrs. Elisha Fields


DHS CELEBRATES CTE MONTH

about 1 year ago

Career Technical Education (CTE) provides students of all ages with the academic and technical skills, knowledge and training necessary to succeed in future careers and to become lifelong learners. In total, about 12.5 million high school and college students are enrolled in CTE across the nation. CTE prepares these learners for the world of work by introducing them to workplace competencies, and makes academic content accessible to students by providing it in a hands-on context. In fact, the high school graduation rate for CTE concentrators is about 90% – 15 percentage points higher than the national average.


DHS FBLA ATTENDS REGION CONFERENCE

about 1 year ago

The Dublin High School FBLA club recently traveled to Swainsboro to compete at the 2016 Region Leadership Conference. The students who attended were A. Charles, J. Coney, M. Foreman, H. Ingram, J. Radford, D. Roberts, C. Solomon, and Y. Spikes. Before the students headed to Swainsboro, they took a tour of Georgia Military College located in downtown Dublin which was led by Ms. Priscilla Adams Smith, Director of GMC Dublin Campus. Ms. Smith discussed dual enrollment, class capacity, course offerings, credits, etc. The group later made their way to Swainsboro for Region Leadership Conference. FBLA Member, J. Radford, placed 10th in Accounting ? and Vice President, D. Hines, placed 4th in Future Business Leader. Students are now preparing to compete at their State Leadership Conference in Athens at the University of Georgia Classic Center coming up in March.

DHS FBLA ATTENDS STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

about 1 year ago

Dublin High School FBLA Attends 

State Leadership Conference in Athens 

The Dublin High School FBLA recently traveled to Athens, Georgia to participate in the State Leadership Conference. SLC held a variety of leadership sessions that were designed to enhance leadership and communication skills. Dublin High School FBLA Chapter was awarded Silver Chapter of the Year. There were ten DHS students who competed at SLC. Those students were J. Threat, H. Ingram, C. Solomon, J. Cheney, Y. Spikes, U. Andrews, C. Parker, T. Kinsey, V. Powell, and J. Radford.  C. Solomon and H. Clark were recognized for completing the Future level of the Business Achievement Awards. DHS also had three voting delegates for the 2016-2017 State Officer Team. Those students were: Y. Spikes, C. Solomon & V. Powell.

Ms. Pamela Ingram is the DHS FBLA Adviser.


DHS FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME BANQUET SET FOR APRIL 23

about 1 year ago

The 2006 Dublin High School AA State Championship team will be one of 14 honorees inducted into the 2016 class of the Dublin Touchdown Club Football Hall of Fame.

            Slated for 6 p.m. on April 23 at Dublin Country Club, the induction ceremony, which has previously honored college and NFL stars Ron Rogers and Erik Walden, will celebrate 11 players across almost a century, one coach, one supporter and one team. The ceremony will include heavy hors d’oeuvres.

            Organizers are currently looking for assistance in locating players to ensure all honorees, or family representatives, can be recognized at the ceremony. Cost to attend is $30 per person (Inductees and one guest are admitted free of charge). For more information, or to help put organizers in contact with honorees, please call Bill Perry at 478-697-6728 or DHS Football Coach Roger Holmes at 478-353-8040, or go to the Dublin City Schools Facebook page or dublincityschools.us.

            “We will honor players from as far back as 1919 up to the 2000s,” said organizer and Dublin City Board of Education member Bill Perry. “In some cases, due to time and distance, we have lost touch with some of our honorees. We’d love for people to help us reconnect with these people, or to share stories on our social media we will in turn share at our ceremony.”

            This year’s induction class includes:

            Wex Jordan

            Bobby Gay

            Danny Stanley

            James Horne

            Richard Sheffield

            Mike Rich

            Steve Edwards

            Brian Labella

            David Pritchett

            Tyler Josey

            Nick McRae

            Coach: Roscoe Brower

            Supporter: Bush Perry

            Team: 2006 State Championship team

 

 

            2013 Induction Class

            Bill Sims

            Luke Perry

            Tennyson Coleman

            Ben Snipes

            Millard Jones

            Vic Belote

            Ronnie Rogers

            James Brown

            Scott Hagler

            Ryan Taylor

            Erik Walden

            Coach: Minton Williams

            Supporter: Fred Middlebrooks

            Team: 1959

 

            2014 Induction Class

            Breezy Wynn

            Charlie Bradshaw

            Henry Sheffield

            Chan Beasley

            Robbie Hahn

            Derrick Harris

            Ben Claxton

            Quintez Smith

            Rashard Smith

            Ulysses Rhyne, Jr.

            Richard Pauldo

            Coach: Tom Stewart

            Supporter: Paul Difazio

            Team: 1960

 

            2015 Induction Class

            Gene Moxley

            Charles Garrett

            Ronnie Baggett

            Charles Faulk

            Steve Smith

            Jon Helton

            Ron Rogers

            Nick Mobley

            Nathan Dardy

            Nathaniel Pace

            Brandon Southern

            Coach: Travis Davis

            Supporter: Bob Willis

            Team: 1963

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40891#sthash.a2Ua2bPp.dpuf

DHS GIRLS SOCCER VOLUNTEERS AT ST. PAT'S RACE

about 1 year ago

Several girls on the Lady Irish varsity soccer team volunteered this morning at the Erin Go Bragh road races (1 mile, 4 mile, 8 mile, and 1/2 marathon). This is an official St. Patrick's Day event. They represented Dublin High School well. A few of the girls manned the fruit table and passed out water, while others helped with the timing at the finish line. The girls were also judges is in the annual dog walk.


DHS HONORS DAY RECIPIENTS LIST

about 1 year ago

Dublin High School hosted its Class of 2016 Honors Day program April 20 in the auditorium. A total of 26 scholarships totaling more than $325,000 were handed out, with 23 students slated to graduate with honors receiving a gold cord to conclude the program. Fourteen students earned International Baccalaureate (blue) honor cords for completing IB coursework while two students earned IB diplomas in addition to their DHS diploma. Platinum Seniors were presented a silver cord. Department, CTAE, RESA, Rotary Speech, Attendance, PSAT and Georgia Certificate of Merit winners were also honored. Graduation is slated for May 27 at the DHS gymnasium.

More than 20 students were presented with scholarships totaling more than $325,000 during Honors Day at Dublin High School April 20. Here is the list of recipients:

 

Seaborn R. Lawrence Memorial

Junior L. Figueroa, II

 

Bell Stewart

Akila B. Dixon

 

Mary Tyson Deamer

Kristin A. Watson

 

Joel Sanders Memorial

Kristin A. Watson

 

Emerald Bus. & Prof. Women’s Club

Aja M. Brown

 

Dublin Housing Authority

Dre’Kee Mack                                                                         

Keira Williams

 

Dublin Service League          

Alicia May

Aaliyah Schmidt

Bryant Versprille

Kristin Watson

 

Miss Black Festival Academic

Alicia May

 

Miss Black Festival Most Talented

Aaliyah Schmidt

 

Mayme Thomasenor Pearson

Aaliyah Schmidt

 

John Laurens Chapter DAR

Kristin Watson

 

Phi Beta Sigma (R.L. Plummer)

Alicia May

 

Peacemaker

Kristin Watson

 

Burger King McLamore Foundation

Alicia May

 

Dublin Civitan Club

Kristin Watson

 

Delta Sigma Theta

Alicia May

 

2016 Marine Corps Awards

Junior Figueroa and Precious Hall

 

Distinguished Athlete Award

Rawda Rahman for tennis

Fred Williams for football and basketball

 

Scholastic Excellence Award

Cambria Marion

Johnny Willis

 

Georgia Mining Association

Kristin Watson

 

Child Abuse Prevention Essay

Kristin A. Watson

 

ACE Award

Amber Wallace

 

Exchange Speech Contest

De’Yana Hines

 

Department Awards

English

9th Grade Literature & Composition:                            

Karisa Jackson

Honors 9th Grade Lit. & Composition:                                      

Joseph Radford

World Literature:                                                                     

Terrionna Rozier

Honors World Literature:                                                         

Lauryn Metzdorf

American Literature:                                                               

Charles O’Neal

AP Language:                                                                        

De’Yana Hines

IB English Year 1:                                            

Kennedy Blackwell-Lewis

British Literature:                                                                    

Junior Figueroa

AP Literature:                                                                                     

Fred Williams

IB English Year 2:                                                                   

Richard Lysaker          

Math

Foundations of Algebra I:                                                       

Marlo Foreman                       

Algebra I:                                                                                

Keyanne Jones           

Accelerated Algebra I:                                                                       

Joseph Radford

Geometry:                                                                               

MaKalyn Foreman

Accelerated Geometry:                                                          

Lauren Price   

Algebra II:                                                                                           

Ny’Kyaja Coney

IB Math Studies Year 1:                                                          

Dalton Davis

Pre-Calculus:                                                                         

Nia O’Neal

Math Decision Making:                                                                       

Larry McGirt    

IB Math Studies Year 2:                                              

Aaliyah Schmidt

IB Math Year 2:                                                                                  

Jolie Rowland

 

Science

Physical Science:                                                                  

Karisa Jackson

Honors Physical Science:                                           

Destini Davis

Biology:                                                                                              

MaKalyn Foreman

Honors Biology:                                                                                  

Karter Wood

Chemistry:                                                                                           

Ny’Kyaja Coney

Environmental Science:                                                         

La’Vonta Walden

IB Biology Year 1:                                                                  

Tone Le

Anatomy & Physiology:                                                                       

Alicia May

IB Biology Year 2:                                                                  

Jolie Rowland                                                                                                                                     

Social Studies

 

U.S. History in Film:                                                                

Ja’licia McRae           

World History:                                                                          

Ty’Ajah Porter

Honors World History:                                                              

Karter Wood

Pre-IB US History:                                                                   

Lauryn Metzdorf

US History:                                                                              

Zatoria Plummer

AP US History:                                                                        

De’Yana Hines

IB History of the Americas Year 1:                              

Kennedy Blackwell-Lewis

Economics:                                                                            

Jolie Rowland

Government:                                                                           

Dre’Kee Mack

AP Economics:                                                                                   

Alicia May

AP Government:                                                                                 

Rawda Rahman

IB History of the Americas Year 2:                                          

Jolie Rowland

IB Theory of Knowledge Year 1:                     

Kennedy Blackwell-Lewis

IB Theory of Knowledge Year 2:                                 

Matthew Howell

 

Air Force JROTC

Aerospace Science 1:                                                

Amber Wallace           

Aerospace Science 2:                                                

Brianne Gregory

Aerospace Science 3:                                                

Charles O’Neal

Aerospace Science 4:                                                

Jaydon Pryor

      

Health & Personal Fitness

      

Health & Personal Fitness:                                                      

Jermaine Cooley                                

Physical Education:                                                               

Kameron Pauldo                                

Weight Training:                                                                                 

Ja’licia McRae

Dean Clark  

       

 

Foreign Languages

Spanish 1:                                                                              

Terrionna Rozier                     

Spanish 2:                                                                              

Karl Goodwin

IB Spanish Year 1:                                                                  

Shelby Snipes

IB Spanish Year 2:                                                                  

Jolie Rowland                         

                                   

Fine Arts

Intro. to Art:                                                                                         

Alexus Matthews

Drawing:                                                                                             

Ramon Pittman

Painting:                                                                                             

Junior Figueroa

Arts & Crafts:                                                                           

Lil Shawn Hooks

Portfolio:                                                                                             

Taylor Thrasher

Hardest Working Artist                                                             

Tiquwan Jackson

IB Visual Arts Year 1:                                                              

Kajol Patel

Yearbook Design:                                                                    

Chatese Hampto                                                            

Chorus:                                                                                               

Akila Dixon                 

Band:                                                                                      

Shelton Jackson      

                                                                                                                                       

CTAE Pathways

Agricultural Sciences:                                                

Dre’Kee Mack 

Nutrition & Food Sciences:                                                     

Kierra Hutchins

Entrepreneurship:                                                                   

Nia O’Neal                  

Web & Digital Design:                                                             

Nyia Mainor    

Engineering &Technology:                                        

Jocquaz Chaney

 

CTAE Completers

Interior, Fashion, and Textiles

Nykira Mitchell (cord)

 

Entrepreneurship

Tyronkia Allen

Jayla Bateman

Akia Brantley

Aja Brown

Baronique Burton

Nyesha Carswell

Hope Clark

Kayshawn Dorsainvil

KeAndrea Folsom

Brendon Foreman

Nathan Hall

Haley Johnson

Gabriel McCloud

LaQuesta Mitchell

Shammen Montford

Myesha Neasman

Angelica O’Neal

Nia O’Neal

Flossie Odum

Chrishauna Ponder

Starr Smith

Charleesia Solomon

Freddie Steward

Donovan Timmons

Kelsey Wiggins

Taquan Wilburn

Ladavia Wilcox

Taylor Thrasher (cord)

Morgan Wilson (cord)

Hannah Sumner (cord)

Savannah McLendon (cord)

Katlenn Usry (cord)

Adrianna Walker (cord)

 

JROTC

Katherine Alton (cord)

Baronique Burton (cord)

Brittany Childs

Ayanna Duncan(cord)

Chatese Hampton (cord)

Tamera Harden

Eva Hardy

Matthew Howell (cord)

Richard Lysaker (cord)

Dre’Kee Mack (cord)

Kaya Matthews

Myesha Neasman (cord)

Jaydon Pryor (cord)

Quartarius Smith

Jacori Whipple

Devin Anderson

Chare Bostic (cord)

Kayshawn Dorsainvil

Lil Shawn Hook (cord)

Cambria Marion (cord)

Taybriana Martin (cord)

 

Plant & Floriculture Systems

Chakerria Floyd

Hannah Sumner

Katlenn Usry

Malieck Price

 

Agriscience Systems

Barry Washington

Eva Hardy

Jaydon Pryor

 

Horticulture & Mechanical Systems

Dakota Allison

Chris Perry

Amber Wallace (cord)

 

Horticulture & Forest Science

Kameron Hodge

 

Attendance

Equan Floyd

Koby Saunders

Bruce Guyton

 

PSAT

Meredith Page

 

Rotary Speech

Kristin Watson

 

Literary

Senior 

Richard Lysaker          

                         

Juniors                                                            

Mark Donnell

Kassy Ovueraye

             

Sophomores                                       

Haley Johnson

Karter Wood

 

Freshmen                                                        

Destini Davis

Joseph Radford

 

Georgia Certificate of Merit recipients

Kennedy Blackwell-Lewis

Dalton Davis

Mark Donnell

De’Yana Hines

Lindsey Mathis

Shelby Snipes

 

International Baccalaureate cord recipients

Chare Bostic

Jerica Butler

Chastity Carter

Akila Dixon

Ayanna Duncan

Chatese Hampton

Matthew Howell

Richard Lysaker

Nykira Mitchell

Rawda Rahman

Jolie Rowland

Aaliyah Schmidt
James Smith

Jared Tribble

Kristin Watson

IB Diploma recipients

Matthew Howell

Jolie Rowland

 

Beta Club

Robbie Allison

Chare Bostic

Eliza Beckham

Aja Brown

Barry Brown

Jerica Butler

Chasity Carter

Akilia Dixon

Ayanna Duncan

Junior Figueroa

Tamera Harden

Matthew Howell

Shelton Jackson

Shravan Kannan

Alicia May

Nykira Mitchell

Cole Mullis

Nia O’Neal

Andrice Parker

Rawda Rahman

Jolie Rowland

Aaliyah Schmidt

James Smith

Jared Tribble

Bryant Versprille

Kristin Watson

Fred Williams

Morgan Wilson

 

Beta Club Officers

President                    

Kristin Watson

Vice President

Mark Donnell

Secretary                    

Ayanna Duncan

Treasurer                    

Aaliyah Schmidt

 

 

STAR Student and STAR Teacher

Tanner Graham

Lance Helton-Teacher

 

Platinum Seniors

Tyanna Askew

Eliza Beckham

Aja Brown

Barry Brown

Chris Burnette

Hannah Carson

Chasity Carter

Jocquaz Chaney

Akila Dixon

Junior Figueroa

Tanner Graham

Chatese Hampton

Matthew Howell

Shelton Jackson

Shravan Kannan

Richard Lysaker

Dre’Kee Mack

Cambria Marion

Alicia May

Brian Moten

Nia O’Neal

Andrice Parker

Aaliyah Schmidt

James Smith

Wenjie Tang

Jared Tribble

Bryant Versprille

Kristin Watson

Fred Williams

Amber Wallace

 

Honor Graduates

Tyronkia Allen

Robbie Allison

Barry Brown

Jerica Butler

Chasity Carter

Akila Dixon

Junior Figueroa

Tanner Graham

Shelton Jackson

Shravan Kannan

Richard Lysaker

Dre’Kee Mack

Alicia May

Nykira Mitchell

Nia O’Neal

Rawda Rahman

Jolie Rowland

Aaliyah Schmidt

James Smith

Jared Tribble

Bryant Versprille

Kristin Watson

Fred Williams


- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40943#sthash.wg7iCvjd.dpuf

DHS Math Workshop

about 1 year ago

Parent/ Math Workshop

Presenters: DHS Math Department

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

5:00 P.M. 

In the DHS Auditorium 

Parents are encouraged to attend to gain helpful tip.

DHS Parent Academy/Open House

about 1 year ago

Dublin High School

Parent Academy / Open House

DHS will host a Parent Academy/ Open house on Thursday, January 14th at 4:00 pm. During this meeting the DHS Science Department will give a presentation and  report cards will be distributed. We look forward to your support and attendance!!

DHS PTSA

about 1 year ago

Please join the Dublin High School PTSA, Inc. Today!!!

Parents, Teachers, Students, Grand Parents, and other Supporters

Annual Membership Fee is only $5.00

________

The Dublin High School PTSA, Inc. meeting will be held 

on

 Thursday, January 28, 2016

5:30 P.M.

In the DHS Cafeteria.

DHS SET TO HOST REGION 3AA

about 1 year ago

The Dublin Irish and Lady Irish basketball teams continue to host the Region 3-AA basketball tournaments through Feb. 13. 

(3) Jefferson County plays (6) Harlem at 6 p.m., while (4) Screven County takes on Metter at 7:30 p.m. The Jefferson-Harlem winner will take on (2) Dublin at 5:30 p.m. Friday, while the Screven-Metter winner will take on (1) Swainsboro at 8:30 p.m. the same night.

In girls action, the (2) Lady Irish face (6) Jefferson County at 4 p.m. Friday, followed by (1) Swainsboro vs. East Laurens at 7 p.m. The winners will meet in the region championship game at 5 p.m. Saturday. The losers will square off in the consolation game at 2 p.m.

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40894#sthash.VS0VNw9P.dpuf

DHS TENNIS SWEEPS VIDALIA, WILKINSON

about 1 year ago

The Irish and Lady Irish tennis teams swept Vidalia, claiming eight singles or doubles match wins to secure the team victory Tuesday.

            Shravan Kannan and Chris Burnett each won in straight sets 6-0, 6-0, while fellow singles player Chris Johnson won 6-1, 6-0. Doubles teams Josh Peek/Joquaz Chaney and Uriah Andrews/Donald Harrell won 6-1, 6-1 and 6-0, 6-2, respectively.

            In girls matches, Rawda Rahman won 6-4, 6-0, Courtney Collins won 6-1, 6-1 and Niya Mainor won 6-2, 6-2.

            On Feb. 11, the boys and girls swept Wilkinson County. Kannan and Johnson each won, 8-0, while Peek won 8-3 and Andrews/Burnett won 8-2. Rahman and Collins each won 8-0 in girls singles, while Mainor claimed an 8-1 victory. The teams also swept a match against Warner Robins Feb. 4.

Both teams return to action Feb. 18 against Bleckley County (4:30 p.m.), and continue Feb. 23 with a home match against Wilkinson County (5:30 p.m.).

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40896#sthash.xtKbn3aY.dpuf

DMS LUNCHROOM 'MAGIC' BEHIND PANCAKE SUPPER SUCCESS

about 1 year ago

From Dublin City Schools

            As Dublin Exchange Club member Ralph Jackson draped the last white plastic tablecloth over the serving line, the smell of freshly-cooked bacon became so strong that it warranted an investigation into the its origins in the Dublin Middle School lunchroom.

            Around the corner, teams of lunchroom staff were settled in front of industrial mixing bowls and ovens, pouring in bags of pancake batter or pulling pounds of sausage and bacon and replacing it with pounds and pounds of more sausage and bacon.

            By the time the night came to a close, the ladies (and one gentleman) of the DMS lunchroom had mixed 1,400 pounds of dry batter with water, cooked more than 1,000 pounds of sausage, heated up 120 pounds of grits and had a role in mixing up several hundred gallons of sweet tea.

            Oh, and that bacon.

            DMS nutrition manager Tracey Stanley had to do a little math to figure it up.

            “We’ve cooked up 34 boxes. How many more are left?” she posed to coworker.  “Twenty one? Okay, so that’s 55 boxes. And each holds 300 pieces. So 16,000 pieces of bacon.”

            This unbelievable undertaking is a familiar one for Stanley, who has helped the Dublin Exchange Club prep Laurens County’s largest breakfast-for-supper for more than a decade and a half.

            “I started at the old Junior High,” Stanley said. “It's tiring. We get here at 6:30 in the morning and don't leave until 9:30-10 p.m. that night.”

            In between, the lunchroom staff prepares sack lunches for students (who are released early due to the pancake supper), and begins cooking the night’s meal around 2 p.m. in order to be ready for the first diners two hours later.

            “We try to get a head start so once it starts up everything stays smooth,” Stanley said.

            Across the kitchen by the industrial Hobart mixer, Evelyn Smith was focused on a different type of smooth transition.

            For the past 28 years, Smith has been tasked with prepping every drop of pancake batter poured onto one of 12 table-size spinning griddles, and served to visitors for the ensuing four hours.

            “Pancake batter is my specialty,” Smith says with a smile, jostling a bag of mix before setting the mixer in motion. “You have to get the batter just right: not too thick and not too thin.”

            A minute or two later…perfection.

            “Doing this every year helps you make some good friendships with your coworkers,” Smith said, pouring the batter into three five-gallon buckets that joined another seven that were moments away from heading out to the griddles.

            The lunchroom staff usually gets a few moments throughout the evening to peep out from behind the kitchen and see the thousands coming in to enjoy the fruits of their hard labor, which Stanley said makes it all worth the effort.

            “I enjoy getting to see everyone having a good time, and the fellowship that comes from eating together,” Stanley said.

            All of the hard work by Stanley and her staff isn’t lost on Exchange Club President Hunter Bennett, who said in his seven years with the club that he can’t imagine how the supper could come together without Stanley and her crew.

            “It’s such a huge undertaking,” Bennett said. “We spend months planning this, buying the food, the propane… We would be wingless without the lunchroom ladies. They are so generous. There are about 20 ladies behind the scenes cooking bacon, grits, supplying us with everything we need.

            “Without them and the janitorial staff, this supper couldn’t exist,” Bennett added. They’re the magic that makes this supper a success.”


DMS STUDENT EARNS TRIP TO TELLUS WITH SCIENCE FAIR PROJECT

about 1 year ago


A walk to the kitchen in search of a cold soda has turned into an unexpected trip to the Tellus Science Museum and high honors in science for Dublin Middle Schooler Amaya Rozier.  

Rozier, a sixth grader at DMS, was only hoping to find a cold drink in the fridge when she 

 walked into the kitchen months ago. Unfortunately, the best she came away with was a lukewarm soda stashed on a kitchen countertop.

            “I had come home from cheerleading and was looking for a cold drink,” Rozier said. This pattern repeated itself to the point that she started asking herself, “What’s the fastest way to cool a soda?”

            “I thought this would be a cool experiment with the science fair coming up,” Rozier said.

            So Rozier began accumulating her materials for the big cool down, settling on 15 cans of a particular type of soda more for its lack of flavor than any unique cooling qualities it possessed.

            “It was Christmas at my aunt’s house and at the end they said we could have the sodas,” Rozier said. “It was a full 12-pack. I thought it was weird because they don’t usually give away sodas.”

            “They were nasty,” added mom Lakeia, a teacher at Hillcrest Elementary, “and nobody would drink them.”

            With her PepsiMax, three Styrofoam coolers and a mix of cooling ingredients including ice, water and salt in hand, Rozier set out to find a way to cool her drinks should she be shut out again.

            Her hypothesis, “that if temperature is related to time, then icy water will make the sodas cool down the fastest,” was proven true when cans of PepsiMax placed in the ice-only cooler dropped to a crisp 40 degrees (a 16-degree change) in only 15 minutes; more than a degree a minute.

            Rozier’s project earned recognition at the school level before winning first at the Heart of Georgia RESA Science Fair held in Eastman. From there, Rozier carried her project up to the state science fair in Athens where she was selected as one of 16 representatives for the Future Science Stars exhibit at the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville slated for May 14.

            Rozier nearly declined attending the RESA awards ceremony because “there were so many other amazing projects,” and is now one of 16 out of 600 entries to be honored at the highest level for her project.

            She and the rest of the young scientists in attendance will be honored at a special luncheon where each will be presented with a $100 award and a framed certificate, and also have the opportunity to display their projects through June.

            “I’m surprised and excited,” Lakeia said. “I got excited because she has always talked about wanting to get into the medical field. I was always worried that she might not be interested in science, and knowing how much science is needed to get into the medical field, I hoped she was on the right track.”

             By the results of Rozier’s latest work, it would seem mom’s worries can be put to rest for now.

            Rozier can also guarantee that not a single penny of her prize money will go toward the purchase of any more PepsiMax.

            “I like Sprite,” Rozier said. And now she has a plan on how to cool that Sprite quickly should her family put her in the same predicament again after cheerleading practice.

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40940#sthash.Ur76ZHwo.dpuf

DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

about 1 year ago

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS 

The Dublin City Board of Education will hold two public hearings, one at 6:30 P.M. on February 25, 2016, and the second at 10:00 A.M. on March 3, 2016. Both meetings will be held at the Dublin City School District Board Offices, 207 Shamrock Drive, Dublin, Georgia, 31021. The purpose of the hearings will be to allow a full discussion of the Superintendent’s recommendation to close Saxon Heights Elementary School. 

If the recommendation is approved, the students currently attending Saxon Heights Elementary School would attend either Susie Dasher Elementary School or Hillcrest Elementary School. A transfer day will be held on March 21, 2016 from 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. and a makeup transfer day will be held on March 24, 2016 from 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. for Saxon Heights Elementary School parents (Current Kindergarten – Third grade students) to choose between Susie Dasher Elementary School and Hillcrest Elementary School. In each case, elementary schools will be composed of grades Pre-Kindergarten - 4. Susie Dasher Elementary School will accept up to 96% of the current Saxon Heights Elementary School enrollment and Hillcrest Elementary School will accept up to 47% of current Saxon Heights Elementary School enrollment. All fifth grade students will attend the Fifth Grade Academy at Dublin Middle School. There are no construction projects contemplated in order to complete these moves. 

The Board of Education has not yet determined the future use or disposal of the property on which these schools are located if the facilities are no longer needed for their present purpose. Possible plans would include use by the school system for other instructional or administrative purposes, lease or conveyance to governmental entities for other community purposes or lease or sale to private entities or individuals. 

The Dublin City Board of Education invites the public to attend these hearings and comment on these plans. All speakers will be asked to sign in prior to the beginning of the meeting and only those who have signed in prior to the meeting will be allowed to speak. The Board of Education also requests written comments or suggestions regarding these plans. Such written comments can be sent to Dublin City Board of Education Attn: Reconfiguration 207 Shamrock Drive, Dublin, Georgia 31021 or emailed to donna.harmon@dublincityschools.us. 

§ 20-2-260. Capital outlay funds generally (k.1) Prior to a local board of education's decision becoming effective to close any existing school where such closing results in the transporting of students from the school to be closed to any new or existing school or schools even though no additional capital funding is required as a result of the assignment thereto of those students from any school to be so closed, the local board of education shall conduct the following: (1) The board of education must schedule and hold two public hearings and provide an opportunity for full discussion of the local board of education's proposal to close such school or schools; (2) The public hearings shall be advertised in a local newspaper of general circulation which shall be the same newspaper in which other legal announcements of the board of education are advertised and shall include, but not be limited to: (A) Identification of each school to be closed and location of each new or existing school to which the students in the school or schools to be closed will be reassigned; (B) Proposed size of each new school in terms of number of students and grade configuration; (C) Proposed expansion of existing schools designed to accommodate students being reassigned from the school or schools to be closed; (D) Total cost, including breakdown for state and local shares, for school construction projects required to house students being reassigned from the school or schools to be closed. Local costs shall include identifying proposed sources of funds, whether from bond referendum proceeds or other sources; and (E) Plans for use or disposal of closed school property; and (3) The board of education shall request formal, written comments or suggestions regarding the system's organizational pattern or school sizes and shall allow appropriate discussion during the public hearings.

Irish im-PRESS at Lift-A-Thon

about 1 year ago

The Dublin Irish im-pressed more than 60 at the DHS gym March 30 when they participated in the first-ever Lift-A-Thon. Football players from 8-12 grade attempted spring maxes in bench press and power clean. The event was designed to mimic NFL pro days. Players were also able to receive donations based on their max to help the football team.


IRISH TO HOLD 'LIFT-A-THON'

about 1 year ago

The Dublin High Fighting Irish football team is saying “Erin Go Brawny” at the end of the month, when they showcase their strength and conditioning during the first-of-its-kind Irish Iron Spring Lift-A-Thon.

            The brainchild of Irish assistant and strength and conditioning coach Lance Helton, the Lift-A-Thon (slated for March 30 at 6 p.m. in the gymnasium) will give current and incoming ninth grade football players a chance to show off their hard work in the weight room to the community through spring maxes in bench press and power cleans.

In the process, the community will get the chance to pledge support for every pound lifted to aid the Dublin football program. (Example: a 10-cent pledge for every pound lifted, 300 pounds= $30) Players and team leaders are also accepting donations and sponsorships for the event, which is free and open to the public.

            “We are excited for our young men,” Helton said, “and the chance they will have to show off all the hard work they’ve put in toward the upcoming football season.”

            Some of the pageantry surrounding the main event will include music, coaches emceeing, concessions sold and possible community participation elements. The players will come out and stretch as a team before breaking into groups to lift weights.

            “Our coaches will be judging our players as they work toward those new spring maxes,” Helton said.

            DHS head coach Roger Holmes said events like this incentivize and accent the important of weight lifting for members of the football team.

            “These young men have invested a lot of hours in the weight room in preparation for upcoming spring practice and camp,” Holmes said. “Events like this Lift-A-Thon help them strive toward their ultimate goal of competing at a high level on the football field next season. I really hope folks will come out and support our players, because they have put in the time. And it should be a good show.”

            For more information on the Irish Lift-A-Thon, speak with a DHS football player or call coach Helton at 353-8040.

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40915#sthash.hjROHovC.dpuf

KEITH L. BROWN, MR. I'M POSSIBLE, SPEAKS AT YOUTH RALLY

about 1 year ago

Motivational speaker Keith L. Brown, or Mr. “I’m Possible,” captivated the more than 250 high school students from Dublin City and Laurens County schools with his inspirational message that they too can be a success regardless of any obstacle. Brown, who was listed as “Special Ed” in his youth, grew up to become one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the nation. He entertained, informed and inspired students for part of the five-plus hour event. For more scenes, visit our photo galleries at dublincityschools.us

MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM DUBLIN CITY SCHOOLS

about 1 year ago

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from our family to yours during this holiday season. Please take a closer look at our holiday e-card.


MISS DHS TO BE CROWNED TONIGHT!

about 1 year ago

Seven students will vie for the crown of Miss Dublin High School during the annual pageant scheduled for tonight at 4 p.m. in the DHS Auditorium.

            “This is a wonderful event,” said organizer Mia Hunt. “These young ladies are the cream of the crop and will showcase not only their talents but poise and attention to the greater world.”

            The young ladies participating are: Dajia  Parker (Freshman), Raven Williams (Freshman), Crishauna Ponder (Senior), Leilani Dixon (Junior), Daveshia Walker (Junior), Amaya Adams (Sophomore) and Kaya Matthews (Senior).

            Prior to the start of the pageant, contestants will take part in a formal interview. The pageant will consist of Introductions, casual wear, formal wear and stage question.

            Tickets are on sale in advance or at the door for $5. There will also be a People’s Choice competition (audience members can vote by paying $1 per vote).

            “We hope the community will come out and support these young ladies,” Hunt said. “They have worked so hard and it would be wonderful to see them supported for this very positive activity.”


PRE-K & KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION/ELEMENTARY TRANSFER DAY

about 1 year ago

Dublin City Schools
PRE-K & KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TRANSFER DAY

All events will take place at the Central Registration Office
1405 West Moore Street, Dublin, GA

Saxon Elementary Transfer Days
ONLY Saxon Students
Current K – 3rd grade students only
March 21     7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
March 24     7 a.m. – 7 p.m. 
(24th is a make up day)
All Saxon parents must make choice      
for the 2016-2017 school year

All Other Elementary Schools Transfer Day
Current K – 3rd graders only
April 1     7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Only parents that want their student to change schools for the 2016-2017 school year should attend.

Transfers can only be made by guardians
(Photo ID required)
Please bring the following items for enrollment:
PROOF OF RESIDENCE: We will accept current utility bills or a rent/lease agreement.
•Proof of Age: Certified birth certificate
•COPY OF YOUR CHILD’S SOCIAL SECURITY CARD
•CURRENT IMMUNIZATION RECORD (ON GA FORM 3231)
•EYE, EAR AND DENTAL CERTIFICATE (ON FORM 3300)

Your child will not be officially registered
until all documents are received.

Kindergarten Registration
March 22 – 24     9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Child must be 5 years old on or before Sep 1, 2016

Pre-Kindergarten Registration
City Residents Only
March 29 – 31     9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Child must be 4 years old on or before Sep 1, 2016

For more information on Registration 
or Elementary School Transfer Day,
Please call (478) 353-8375 or check out our website,
www.dublincityschools.us


Recycle Bowl

about 1 year ago

Hillcrest Elementary School has once again registered for the Recycle Bowl sponsored by the Keep America Beautiful Campaign. We have entered under the community divisiion, and we were the national winner last year. We would like to retain our title as the winner again this year, but we need your help!

The competition runs from Monday, October 19, 2015 to Sunday, November 15, 2015. 

If you have a blue recycle bin at your home, please be diligent in placing all household recyclable goods in this bin during this time. Anything but glass and trash with foood on it can be placed in this bin.  Also, if you carry your trash to any of the collection centers, please use the recyclable bins for these items. Of course, anything can be brought to our school and placed in our blue recycle bin behind our school. 


We will be working with Solid Wast Management during this time to help us collect and and report our data.

Thank you for helping us be good stewards of our earth and possible be national winners in the Recycle Bowl Competition.

SECRET SANTA 2015

about 1 year ago

 From Dublin City Schools

            A little after 9 a.m. the final Friday of first semester, the old Dublin High School gym became active once again for a very special Secret Santa giveaway.

            Unlike the office parties and family get-togethers happening throughout the holiday season, this celebration was all about helping those in need in Dublin and Laurens County.

            A total of 85 bikes, and bags upon bags of donated goods were given to families in an attempt to spread holiday cheer to those less fortunate.

            “It began three years ago,” said Lori Williams, DCS Homeless Liaison, “when I was approached by a good friend who asked if I’d be interested in continuing the efforts of Helping Hand as far as the bicycles were concerned.”

            Over those three years, roughly 350 bikes have been given to students.

             “We have donated bicycles to the county schools and also the sheriff's department,” Williams said. “The families from DCS are chosen by teachers. These students do not have to be on the homeless list.”

            Following their selection, students receive a letter and a number that corresponds to the bicycle they will receive.

            “When they arrive, they are also given a large trash bag that they can fill with the clothing/household items we have received from donors throughout the year,” Williams said. “It is, by far, my favorite day of the year.”

Superintendent's 2015 Holiday Card Contest

about 1 year ago

Dublin City Schools Superintendent, Dr. Fred Williams is inviting DCS students to design the cover of his official holiday card. This contest is open to all DCS elementary, middle, and high school students.

 

Students are asked to design a theme that reflects winter in the school district, Dublin, Georgia, the holidays, etc. All ideas are welcome. All artwork is due in the DCS Board for review by the Holiday Card Committee (207 Shamrock Drive, Dublin, GA 31021) by the end of the school day on Tuesday, November 17, 2015.

 

Artwork should be in color and may be submitted as paintings, drawings, etc. All artwork should be on 8 ½ by 11 white copy paper. Submissions should not be folded to make a card. Artwork will be scanned to fit the cover of the final card so students have the entire 8 ½ x 11 page to create their designs. Students should include their name, school, and grade written in pencil on the back of the submitted artwork. (Please don’t use marker or dark pen, which could bleed through to the artwork on the front). Please note that artwork will not be returned.

 

In order to participate, parents or guardians should complete a student participation form. Click here for Student Participation Form. Winners will be notified by December 1, 2015.

 

For more information, contact Mrs. Jennifer Claxton, Director of Student Support Services for Dublin City Schools, at 478-353-8023.

SUPPORT DUBLIN HIGH'S 'CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION' CAMPAIGN

about 1 year ago

Please support Dublin High School FBLA in our “Child Abuse Prevention” Campaign 

Sponsored by: Exchange Club of Dublin

Donations are only $1. See an FBLA member or the FBLA Adviser. Your name will be placed on a blue ribbon and posted in the rotunda.

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40938#sthash.uaAMETnu.dpuf

TEACHER OF THE YEAR 2015-16

about 1 year ago

  Dublin City Schools honored its best and brightest educators as it recognized its Teacher of the Year recipients during a special luncheon Thursday at Dublin Country Club.

            Bert Dollar (DHS), Kim Bowers (Susie Dasher), Gwen Walker (Moore Street), Jonessa Williams (Saxon Heights), Wayne Clark (Hillcrest) and Angela McCloud (DMS) will be honored during the luncheon. Clark was selected as the system’s overall “Teacher of the Year.”

            Dollar, who teaches ninth grade Algebra I and is also instructs 12th graders in the school’s International Baccalaureate program, is a “pleasure” according to administrators.

            “It’s a pleasure having Mr. Dollar on our staff,” said DHS principal Dr. Tyrone Kellogg. “He does a tremendous job helping our kids and contributes greatly in boosting the morale of our teachers.”

            Bowers, a Pre-K and Preschool Disabilities teacher, has a “passion and love” for her work at Susie Dasher, says principal Lakeisha Fluker.

            “Mrs. Bowers’ passion and love for teaching and learning truly inspires students, fellow teachers, parents and the entire Susie Dasher Elementary School staff,” Fluker said.

            Walker has spent nearly four decades in teaching, returning from retirement to work with students in math at Moore Street School.

            “I am often asked two questions,” Walker said, “1) Why do you teach? And 2) Why are you still teaching? I teach because I believe as one song says, ‘If I can help somebody along the way, then my living will not be in vain.’ A line from another song answers the second question, ‘I’m not tired yet.”

            Williams, a Pre-K teacher at Saxon Heights, said it’s the faces of her students that energize her and keep her driven to prepare them for the world.

            “Their faces are the fuel that keeps me pumping and planning the next great lesson to help them reach new heights,” Williams said.

            Clark, who has spent the past three decades in the DCS system, shifted into a role as Media Specialist at Hillcrest Elementary; a move he relishes.

            “After 32 years working in Dublin City Schools, I feel my job now is to support our teachers and students as our school strives to build leaders for our community,” Clark said.

            That same focus, and a “tireless work ethic,” is what DMS principal Raymond Braziel said has set seventh grade social studies teacher McCloud apart from the crowd.

            “She works tirelessly to ensure her students are receiving the very best education possible and she always puts their interests first,” Braziel said.

Updated 2015-16 DHS Basketball Schedule

about 1 year ago

DUBLIN IRISH BASKETBALL

2015-2016 

 

DATE

WHERE

            OPPONENT

JVG

JVB

VG

VB

Tues-Nov 10

H

Montgomery Co. (scrimmage)

NA

NA

6:00

7:30

Tues – Dec 1

H

Johnson Co.

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Fri – Dec 4

A

Houston Co.

4:00

5:30

7:00

8:30

Sat – Dec 5

A

Twiggs Co.

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Fri – Dec 11

H

Treutlen Co.

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Sat – Dec 12

H

West Laurens

3:00

4:30

6:00

7:30

Tues– Dec 15

H

Twiggs Co.

NA

4:30

6:00

7:30

Fri-    Dec 18

A

Johnson Co.

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Mon – Dec 28

A

Jones Co. Tournament (Girls)

NA

NA

TBA

NA

Tues – Dec 29

A

Jones Co. Tournament (Girls)

NA

NA

TBA

NA

Wed – Dec 30

A

Jones Co. Tournament (Girls)

NA

NA

TBA

NA

Mon – Dec 28

H

Sonny’s Tournament (Boys)

NA

NA

NA

TBA

Tues – Dec 29

H

Sonny’s Tournament (Boys)

NA

NA

NA

TBA

Wed – Dec 30

H

Sonny’s Tournament (Boys) 

NA

NA

NA

TBA

Sat – Jan 2

A

West Laurens

3:00

4:30

6:00

7:30

Tue – Jan 5

H

Metter*

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Fri – Jan 8

A

Jefferson*

4:00

NA

7:00

8:30

Sat– Jan 9

A

Harlem*

4:15

NA

6:00

7:30

Tue – Jan 12

H

Jefferson*

4:15

NA

6:00

7:30

Fri – Jan 15

H

Swainsboro*

4:15

NA

6:00

7:30

Sat – Jan 16

A

Screven*

4:15

NA

6:00

7:30

Tue- Jan 19

H

Houston Co.

4:15

NA

6:00

7:30

Fri – Jan 22

A

Metter*

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Sat – Jan 23

H

East Laurens*

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Tues – Jan 26

H

Harlem*

4:30

NA

6:00

7:30

Fri – Jan 29

A

East Laurens*

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

Sat – Jan 30

A

Swainsboro*

4:00

5:30

7:00

8:30

Tues – Feb 2

H

Screven*

4:30

NA

6:00

7:30

Sat- Feb 6

A

Treutlen Co.

NA

4:15

6:00

7:30

(*) -  Region Game                                     JVG – Junior Varsity Girls

JVB – Junior Varsity Boys

          VG – Varsity Girls

 VB – Varsity Boys

- See more at: http://www.dublincityschools.us/1/News/40862#sthash.HdfRnUVM.dpuf

 

Valmiera Glass to invest $1 Million in Career Academy training facility

about 1 year ago

The Heart of Georgia College and Career Academy served as the host site for the formal signing of the Memorandum of Understanding acknowledging Valmiera Glass’ expansion of its North American headquarters in Dublin. Along with the planned 425 additional jobs and $90-million site expansion, owner Jurgen Preiss-Daimler announced plans to invest $1 million in new training facilities to be located at the Career Academy. The event was attended by a host of officials, including Congressman Rick Allen.

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