Prep to Pass information and Volunteers Needed
The DHS HUB is once again running Prep-2-Pass to help students prepare for finals. The HUB will be open from 4-8pm on Tuesday, December 11 and Thursday, December 13 for students to get help studying for finals. Tutors and teachers will be on hand for intensive study sessions. Students may bring dinner if they like. Snacks of granola bars and water will be provided courtesy of the PFC. Students need to bring their filled out entry ticket (available at the HUB circulation desk) showing what subjects they want to study.
We need some parent volunteers to help out on both the days. Please sign up here
DHS Final Exam Schedule
Click here for printable bell schedule.
The Hub/Library will be open as follows:
Monday/Tuesday - normal hours
Wednesday/Thursday - closes at 3PM
Friday - closes at 12:30PM
Raise Your Class Gaela -January 26, 2019
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The 10th Annual Raise Your Class Gaela benefits Programs at Dublin High School:
• Our academic departments with the purchase of tutorials, software, books and supplies for the classroom;
• The DHS Library;
• The HUB which offers tutoring daily from 7 am to 5 pm, including Gael Period;
• Awarding college scholarships to graduating seniors;
• Hosting a multitude of events such as: DHS 101, Back to School Night, Honors Night, Senior Awards Night and Future Freshmen Parent Night;
• Every 15 Minutes;
• The Freshman Mentor Program (FMP);
• The Staff and Faculty Appreciation Luncheon and so much more!
This year's MC is Coach D'Ambrosio, special comedy performance and 3 live auction items as well as our class basket silent auction.
Run For The Roses!
The Dublin Unified School District Parent Education Series on College, Career, and Life Readiness Presents:
Teens For Life: School Gatekeeper Training for Parents
Presented by The Crisis Support Services of Alameda County
This training will focus on bullying, suicide, mental health and wellness, and self-injury
The California Department of Education (CDE) has mandated the Governing Board of any public or charter school serving pupils in grades seven to twelve (California Education Code Section 215, AB 2246) adopt a policy on pupil suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention.
In accordance with this new law, the Dublin Unified School District will be offering a yearly suicide awareness training for all 7th - 12th grade students through the Crisis Support Services of Alameda County Teens For Life Program.
This parent training will help you learn more about the Teens For Life training and help you speak with your child about mental health and wellness.
We look forward to seeing you there!
When: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Where: The Performing Arts Center @ Dublin High School - 8151 Village Parkway
Anxiety Isn’t Cool – Talking about it is!
This event is made possible by the Tri-Valley community in memory of Zachary Nimmo. Zachary had a zest for life, was liked by everyone and always put others ahead of his own needs, but Zachary suffered from severe anxiety. What was not know was the severity of Zachary’s anxiety. Without an understanding of anxiety, Zachary was referred to as shy, or experiencing teen hormones; It was anxiety. He began to withdraw from his friends; it was anxiety He stopped participating in team sports; It was anxiety. He spent most of his time alone; It was anxiety. He was seeking medical and psychological help, but it was too late. We will be hosting a second free screening of the film Angst on Wednesday, February 20 starting at 6:30pm at John Paul II Activity Center, Pleasanton . This film takes on the topic of Anxiety in our youth, helps us recognize the symptoms and provides hope for those who suffer. The power of the event comes via a panel discussion held immediately following the film. Our panel will consist of families impacted by anxiety, local mental health professionals and facilitated by Angst Executive Producer, Scilla Andreen. We are looking for your support to promote this critical topic via email notification, social media, flyer distribution and any other means of communication you have available. Together we can provide hope to those with anxiety.
When: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 beginning at 6:30pm
Where: John Paul II Activity Center
4005 Stoneridge Drive,
Pleasanton, California 94566
Free Event – Limited Seating Available.
Please click here for the flier.
Post-film discussion panelists include:
"We all have anxiety, but how much is too much?"
Class of 2020 Movie Ticket Fundraiser
Please find more information here.
Class of 2022 Tamale Fundraiser
PICK UP REQUIRED - THESE ITEMS WILL NOT SHIP. Tamales Fundraiser ends December 17th at 9 p.m. Tamale pick up will be at DHS on Wednesday December 19th. Questions? email Classof2022@dhspfso.com All proceeds from this sale support the Class of 2022. Please click here for more information.
2018 Senior Night Pictures are Here!
General Yearbook Information
Last year's edition of the Gaela Mor Yearbook sold out. Do not miss out on your opportunity to purchase your yearbook. Yearbooks are still on sale in the Student Activities office and on the DHS webstore. The cost is $70 with ASB and $75 without ASB
Also, if you have not already had the opportunity, please schedule your son/daughter's senior portrait with the official school photographer Studio One. Contact them at 925-361-0430 https://goo.gl/LJvpRf
Thank you to all the parents, faculty, students and staff who worked so hard to ensure Homecoming 2017 was a HUGE success. It was a great week to be a Gael. Please enjoy this slideshow of images from the various events. Thank you to Heather Whiting for capturing these amazing pictures.
2018 Pictures Coming Soon!
Ms. Beck, Student Activities and Leadership Director at DHS is providing a great way for students, parents and faculty to receive updates throughout the school year on everything Dublin High. Text @Dub411 to 81010 to receive text messages. This is the best way to know what's going on (events, times, dates, dress up days, etc.).