Dublin City Schools Dublin Schools Update Anti-Harassment Policy By Jim Letizia • Oct 10, 2017 Dublin Police The Dublin school board voted last night to accept revisions to the district's anti-harassment policy to better define harassment, expand the boundaries of where it takes place and set punishments for failing to report it. Former Dublin Teacher Pleads Guilty To Child Porn Charges By Jim Letizia • Sep 15, 2017 Dublin Police Sentencing is pending for the former Dublin Scioto High School teacher who pleaded guilty Thursday to child pornography charges. Former Dublin Scioto High School Teacher To Be Arraigned Today On Sex Crimes By Jim Letizia • Aug 25, 2017 Dublin Police Arraignment is scheduled today for a former Dublin Scioto High School teacher indicted on sexual battery charges. Former Dublin Schools Teacher Facing Kiddie Porn Charges By Jim Letizia • Jun 22, 2017 Dublin Police A former Dublin Scioto High School teacher has been charged with making and distributing child pornography. Dublin Schools To Convert Building Into Fourth High School By Jim Letizia • Mar 10, 2017 northwesthistoryexpress.com The Dublin City Schools will purchase an Emerald Parkway building for 9.4 million dollars and convert it into the district's fourth high school. New Contracts Approved For Dublin Schools Teachers, Staffers By Jim Letizia • Jun 12, 2014 The Dublin school board has approved contracts with unions representing teachers and staffers. Dublin Students Set World Record By Jim Letizia • Jul 12, 2013 Students at Dublin Jerome High School set a world record last week by tying together more than ten-thousand plastic zip-ties. Dublin To Fire Convicted Bus Driver By Jim Letizia • Mar 21, 2013 Dublin school officials have launched termination proceedings against a bus driver convicted of drunken driving. Dublin Schools Choose New Leader By Jim Letizia • Mar 12, 2013 The Dublin School Board has voted to hire 47-year-old Todd Hoadley as the district's new superintendent. Bomb Threats Made Against Dublin Schools By Jim Letizia • Nov 27, 2012 Classes in the Dublin schools resume today after a bomb threat forced district-wide delays on Monday.