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Dunlap Gives Back is getting ready for your spring cleaning.

Please save the dates:

March 12, 2016 from 10am-1pm

March 16, 2016 from 3-5pm


We will be collecting donations at the DAC:


Rubber maids and other storage bins

Gently brand new/used clothing items (shoes, clothes, coats, etc.) all sizes!

Hygiene products (shampoo, conditioner soaps, face wash, deodorant, women's hygiene products, etc.)

School Supplies

Smaller household items

Breakfast items, snack items, juice boxes, etc.

Toys and books

Gift cards (Walmart, target, visa, etc.)

Please email and ask me if there is anything you do not see on this list:


Thank you,



Alyssa Hart
School Social Worker




Due to the weather, there is no walking home from school until further notice.




Dunlap Community Unit Schools #323





Substitute Special Education Aides

The substitute special education classroom aide is responsible for providing assistance to instructional programs by supporting the teacher in achieving educational objectives for individual students or small groups.  The substitute special education individual aide is responsible for an individual student under the direction of the classroom teacher to ensure the student’s academic, organization, behavior and health needs are met.  It is the responsibility of the substitute special education aide to work collaboratively for the purpose of helping with the care and welfare of students.

Qualifications:  60 college credit hours OR an ELS (PARA) license through the state is required

Start date:  Immediately

Interested applicants must apply online at the Districts website:

Please contact Ali Bond for additional information:






Beginning with this school year, the administration may choose to implement a two-hour delay to the start of the school day in the case of inclement weather (snow, ice, extreme cold, etc.).   It’s not anticipated that a delayed start will occur often, but it does provide an additional option to ensure a productive school environment, while maintaining safe conditions for all staff, students, and parents. 

This decision will be announced no later than 6:30 a.m. on the day of the delayed start via School Messenger system as well as local TV stations.

On these days, buses will run and morning pick up times will be two hours later than normal.  Classes will begin two hours later than their regularly scheduled time.  There will be no morning Early Childhood or Bright Futures classes, but the afternoon classes will run at the normal time.  School will still dismiss at the regular time.  Further information regarding our weather related procedures can be found at




Voluntary Student Accident Insurance information - online registration



Information for the 2016 trip to Washington DC for the 2015-2016 8th grade class can be found on THIS PowerPoint presentation.  Click HERE for a copy of the registration information.




Students will not be transported on any bus other than their assigned bus regardless of whether or not there is parental consent.  Students will only be transported to and from their designated stops.  



6TH BOYS BASKETBALL @ G'Town Hills Tournament2/11/2016TBA
7/8 Volleyball HOME w/Morton2/11/20164:15 PM
7/8 Volleyball @ Brimfield2/13/201610 AM
7/8 Volleyball @ Fieldcrest2/16/20165:30 PM
6TH Volleyball @ Fieldcrest2/16/20164:30 PM
6TH BOYS BASKETBALL home w/G'Town Hills (2 games)2/18/20164:15 PM
7/8 Volleyball @ Chillicothe2/18/20164:30 PM
6TH Volleyball @ Chillicothe2/18/20166 PM
7/8 Volleyball HOME w/Mossville2/22/20164:15 PM
6TH Volleyball HOME w/Mossville2/22/20166 PM
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