DCS Redistricting Plan

Hello Dublin Latchkey Families! There have been many inquiries and questions about how the Dublin City Schools redistricting plan will affect Latchkey Enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year.  As always, we will open Latchkey Enrollment 2020-2021 to our current families FIRST (families who are enrolled in and using a latchkey program.) During Current Family Enrollment, you will be able to enroll in the latchkey program for the school that your … Read More

Important Enrollment Announcement!

Hello Dublin Latchkey families! I hope everyone is having a fun and restful summer break! This is just a friendly reminder, as we move closer to the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year, that ANY enrollment changes for the beginning of the school year MUST be submitted by July 31, 2019. Enrollment changes made after this date will be effective beginning in October. For example: (Enrollment Change) Your … Read More

What Is the Middle School Reach Program?

Many middle school students need supervision before and after school. The caring staff at Reach will provide a safe environment with many structured and free time activities. Our staff will help them adjust to both the academic and social pressures of middle school. ┬áThe Reach program will teach students a modified version of the Homework, Organizational and Planning Skills (HOPS) program. The HOPS program was developed by Dr. … Read More

When Should I Let My Child Stay Home Alone?

During middle childhood, some kids still need supervision. A responsible adult should be available to get them ready and off to school in the morning and watch over them after school until a parent returns home from work. Even some children approaching adolescence, 11 and 12 year olds, should not come home to an empty house in the afternoon unless they show unusual maturity for their age. Maturity … Read More

5 Reasons for Middle School Reach Program

1. We create a sense of belonging within the students at their new middle schools. We are located inside the students’ schools and can give your child a chance to connect with familiar kids in a different environment. Reach generally offers students more individual supervision than during the school day. As a result, kids with learning or attention issues are more likely to be included and feel part … Read More

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