Class of 2020----Coming up Junior Prom!!!
The theme is Under the Stars. Colors are midnight Navy and White. Ticket prices on February 13th-15th are $85 for DHS students or $95 for outside guests. Attached it the contract. Tickets can be bought at the ASB window with checks payable to DHS Class of 2020 or cash.
Presidential Awards for Teachers
Are you really proud of your math, science, or computer science teacher? Nominate them for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Click here for more details.
Class of 2019
PFSO Scholarship Information-coming soon!!!
Senior Family Transition Night
Whether it’s your first, middle or last child leaving home, transition can be difficult.
This interactive workshop, led by Joe Ianora, will focus on some of the issues surrounding your child moving on and how to prepare for a successful transition into a new family dynamic. During this workshop, we will have an opportunity to share, discuss and prepare for transitions, which can include: loss of purpose, anxiety, sadness/joy.
Joe is a licensed therapist who has worked in secondary education for over 30 years. He is a former high school principal, a husband, and a parent of 3 children. He has come to DHS in past years and many parents have said the evening was very worthwhile. Please join us.
While this is open to ALL parents, there will be a specific focus for those parents who will be
experiencing transition at the close of the 2018-19 school year.
Thanks and see you on Tuesday, February 19th, 6:30pm-8pm, in the Student Union.
If there's any Senior parent you know of that isn't connected with Class of 2019 emails please help us become connected by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Thanks!
DHS Baseball Fundraiser
Please support. Attached is the flyer.
DPIE Summer school information is here!!
The starting and ending times for the middle and high school programs are staggered so if a family has a child in both programs they will be able to drop them off and pick them up without any issues.
High School start and end times – 8 am – 12:45 pm
Middle School start and end times – 8:30 am – 1:15 pm
Session 1 – June 5 – 20
Session 2 – June 24 – July 11 (July 4 & 5 are no class days)
DPIE is introducing quite a few new classes this year and students will have more options to choose from than ever before. For more information, please click here.
We would like to thank all of our volunteers, attendees and sponsors for your generous donations to the Raise You Class Gala this year, With your help we have raised a significant amount of money to continue our support of all students at Dublin High School. If you did not have the opportunity to join us this year and would still like to make a donation, please do so HERE.
Did you know that every time you shop using Amazon Smile, you can help the students at Dublin High? If you have not already designated a charity, please do so today.
How do I select a charitable organization to support when shopping on AmazonSmile?
On your first visit to AmazonSmile smile.amazon.com, you need to select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. We will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation.
When you select a charity, search for:
in Dublin, CA (we should show first in the search results), then click the Select button. Now all of your qualifying purchases will result in a donation!
You can register your frequently used cards and donate every time you make a purchase, with additional bonus donations for using your cards at specific merchants. Go to eScrip HERE and set up an account, or sign in to your existing account and make sure Dublin High PFSO is one of the three nonprofits listed.
Special Screening of Angst
On March 11, 2019, please join the Tri-Valley SELPA and the Dublin Unified School District for a special screening of "Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety" at the Dublin High School Center for Performing Arts & Education. The goal of the documentary is to raise awareness about anxiety by starting a dialogue between local families, community leaders, and experts. Through candid interviews, the producers utilize the power of film to tell the stories of many kids and teens who discuss their anxiety and its impact on their lives and relationships, as well as how they’ve found solutions and hope. The film also includes a special interview with Michael Phelps, a mental health advocate and one of the greatest athletes of all-time. Free tickets are now available and space is limited! RSVP at http://bit.ly/DUSD-Angst-RSVP
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.
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.
2019 Homecoming Pictures!!
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.).