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Dublin Jerome High School Weekly Newsletter

A message from me…

Good Afternoon!

On this Veteran’s Day, I want to take a quick moment to thank my dad for his service. It is ironic that I am a high school principal day considering how much time my dad spent with his high school principal. My dad was not a big fan of school and did most anything he could to not be at school.
However, after high school he chose to enlist in the Navy and was stationed in San Diego where he and my mom lived until is was honorably discharged. While in the Navy, my dad studied boiler repair and maintenance. After working stints at Republic and LTV Steel he was employed at General Motors as a Powerhouse Repairman until his retirement.
My dad did not talk a lot about his time in the service other than that without that experience he may not have been able to take care of his family. But I know now that his willingness to serve our country is a significant commitment and life changing experience. When my dad passed away, we had the great honor of celebrating his service. I am deeply appreciative of his commitment to our family and our country. Love you pops!
I also want to take this time to honor those in our Jerome community that have served. Thank you! You are appreciated!

Better Together,

Weekly Schedule

Academic Check In!

Wednesday, Nov. 16 will mark the 5th week of Quarter 2. Please take some time this week to check in with your child to discuss progress. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the teacher.

The Knot Coffee Shop has GIFT CARDS!

The KNOT Coffee Shop will be open next Thursday during Parent/Teacher Conferences from 3:00-6:30. We invite you to try one of our hot or cold coffee drinks while you are here.

We also have new gift cards that will make great gifts for your Jerome student! You may purchase in increments of $5.00. We are working on a mobile site for you to order. In the meantime stop by Thursday to purchase.

Attendance and Tardies

With the change is seasons we have seen an increase of tardies over the past couple of weeks. Please remind your student, especially if they drive to leave a little but earlier. Some reminders about tardies (pg. 55 Student Handbook):

  • 3rd Offense: Detention and further infractions will result in escalation of discipline.
  • Tardies to school reset every quarter.


Construction Update (11.11.22)

  • Interior building renovations will begin Winter Break. This will not disrupt the school day but there will be noticeable changes. This includes flooring upgrades in many common spaces.
  • HVAC Installation has begun
  • Interior heating will be ready for the change this weekend!
  • Enjoy the time lapse below!


SEMESTER 1 EXAMS (Dec. 13-16)

Below is the link to our First Semester Exam Schedule for Dec. 13-16. Semester Exam account for 10% of the overall grade for students for the semester. These are important summative assessments that allow students to demonstrate learning.

Students are expected to take their exam during the scheduled times. Students are not permitted to move exams without prior administrative approval. (Please see pg. 17 of Student Handbook for specific details.)

Families that have planned to leave early for a trip must contact the Attendance Office to complete a pre-arranged absence form prior to exam week. Any student missing an exam will complete their exams when they return. All exams that need to be rescheduled will need prior administrative approval.

Please contact the appropriate administrator, school counselor or attendance if you have specific questions. We have asked teachers that receive emails from families forward to attendance. This process ensures that all parties are communicated with to make appropriate changes.

Click below for PDF version of schedule.

Theatre III Presents: Flat Stanley Jr.

It’s that time of year for the Theatre III Advanced Acting Ensemble kids production. This year’s show is “The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley, Jr.!”

Stanley Lambchop is your ordinary, everyday ten-year-old until the bulletin board on the wall above his bed comes loose and falls right on top of him! The next morning, Stanley wakes up flat. In a whirlwind musical travelogue, Stanley — the ultimate exchange student — scours the globe for a solution to his unusual problem. He’s stamped, posted and sent from Hollywood to France to Honolulu and beyond. All this in an effort to become a three-dimensional boy once more.

Shows are November 17, 18 and 19th @ 7pm and a sensory friendly performance on November 19th @ 2pm. Tickets on sale now. See you at the show!

One Warm Coat:

Time to clean out your closets! The DJHS Interact Club is sponsoring the ONE WARM COAT drive. Please consider donating gently used or new coats to help keep everyone safe and warm in the upcoming season. The drive will take place from Oct. 28 – Nov. 22nd. Boxes are located at the school entry points or can be dropped off at Mrs. Clark’s room, C111, or Mrs. Krueger’s room, C114. Please help us make this our most successful project to date. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Clark.

Dublin Jerome’s Talent Show is Back!

Dublin Jerome is hosting a talent show on Friday, December 2nd at 6:30, with doors opening at 6. Tickets will be $7 and can be purchased through hometown ticketing. We encourage you to attend to watch your friends show off their talents.If you are interested in participating, you can audition through a video. Please fill out the form and submit your video audition via Flipgrid as it instructs. If you need to audition in person, please email Sra. Combs or Oldham. Auditions are due on Friday, November 11th. Good luck to those that audition!

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