Dublin Partners in Education (DPIE) is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation dedicated to fostering mutually beneficial business, community, and education partnerships for the benefit of students of the Dublin Unified School District. Since 1992, DPIE has engaged the community to raise much-needed funds and deliver student experiences that help Dublin schools maintain excellence.
Today, DPIE serves over 5,000 students with programs offered within our Four Pillars of Service initiative. The four Pillars are Career Skills for Students, Arts Education, Resources for Educators, and Educational Interventions (CARE). Some key programs include mentoring, the student art program, the new teacher’s ‘welcome grant’, corporate grant facilitation, and the annual DPIE CARE Grant award to the education community.
“Resources are the life blood of any school district, and DPIE helps our district multiply our available resources through business and community partnerships. From matching funds and donated equipment to volunteer support and school programs, DPIE expands the ability of Dublin Unified School District to offer a quality education to every student.”
- Dr. Stephen Hanke, Superintendent of the Dublin Unified School District
“DPIE creates a powerful partnership opportunity between the City of Dublin, Dublin businesses and the school district. As a result, our whole community is stronger. The unique and successful role that DPIE plays was celebrated when DPIE was awarded 2010 Organization of the Year.”
- Tim Sbranti, Mayor of the City of Dublin
Good schools mean good business, good property values and a happy, healthy community. We are fortunate to live and work in a community where businesses, government, non-profit organizations, and individuals want to work together to benefit our schools. Thanks to the generous support from Tri-Valley businesses, organizations, and families, DPIE helps Dublin schools meet student needs unfunded by other means.