Slices of Pie Newsletter September 2017

Rich Boschetti (DPIE Program Manager) & Vickie Constantinide (DPIE Program Manager) present a check to Carrie Nerheim (Murray Elementary Principal). DPIE’s academy gave back $7,700 to elementary schools that participated in their STEAM Afterschool Program.

Slices of Pie September 2017

Features: DPIE Gives Back $7,700 • New SAT & College Prep Program • STEAM Afterschool Now Enrolling

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DPIE Afterschool Program Gives Back to Home Schools

By Rich Boschetti
DPIE donated a total of $7,700 back to five Dublin elementary schools for their participation in DPIE’s pilot STEAM Afterschool program. Most recently funds from the spring 2017 session were presented during August back-to-school activities at each school.

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College & Career Readiness Day for Dublin High Schools

By Katherine Utsumi
Thanks to the collaboration between DUSD and DPIE, high school students in Dublin will now take college prep and entrance exams, proctored by their teachers October 11, 2017-during the school day at no cost to the student. In addition, no additional travel is required.

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DPIE Fall 2017 Afterschool STEAM Classes Open for Enrollment

By Rich Boschetti
DPIE’s Afterschool STEAM Program now features six elementary schools in the Dublin School District. More than 125 students enrolled the first six days. Pictured: John Price teaches students in an afterschool class at Dougherty Elementary.

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