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(VIDEO) Tech & Design Ball Sorting Tournament!

This morning started off with a bang with our T&D Ball sorting tournament extravaganza! Students in multiple sections of the class pitted their machines against one another in an exciting display of drama and suspense...

Local Karaoke legend and T&D teacher Mr. Tullio even blessed us all with a beautiful rendition of 'Hooked on a Feeling', you don't want to miss it!

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(VIDEO) DSEN Presents: Fall Dance Spotlight!

Before the recent break, the Dublin Student Entertainment Network took a moment to catch up with our Fall Dance program and made a video checking in with some of our dancers as well as showing some of the things they have been working on!

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New Glamping Tent!

Our students recently assembled an exciting new feature in our lower campus: the Glamping Tent!
This tent which lives by the Lean-to has its own platform and wood stove, and will serve as a great opportunity to connect with the outdoors during the upcoming winter months. ⛺❄️

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(VIDEO) Craftsbury Nordic Camp Fun!

During our recent break, Dublin Nordic had the chance to spend some time training together in Craftsbury, Vermont!
Coach Evan Kendall put together a fun video of the trip on the Dublin School Nordic Skiing youtube channel, check it out by clicking HERE, and be sure to follow us there for more awesome Nordic content over the course of the season!

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Woodworking Van Conversion Project Update!

Mr. Pierpont's Collaborative Design Projects class has been underway in a Van conversion project that is nearing its final stages! 

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Climate Change Class Saw-Whet Owl Banding Field Trip

This week the climate change class got to observe a saw-whet owl banding at the Harris Center in Hancock. They caught an owl, put a band on its leg, weighed it, aged it based on its feather color and then released it back. Saw-whet owls are considered a “climate endangered species” as 99% of their wintering habitat is predicted to be lost by 2080. 

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