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Paul D. Everts December 5, 2011 at 11:02 pm
I am very grateful for how much Mr. Tucker does for our students. He is a great role model forRead More parents. I know my son (DHS Football player for four years)enjoys his leadership. It's also nice to see balance he brings between athletics & the arts!! He always has a nice word to say about the band (I am the band director). I do hope Mr. Tucker will continue to ALWAYS be part of the Dublin High School community. I also hope other parents will look towards Mr. Tucker as an example of what positivley involved parents can do to help make a high school successful. Thank you for writing this article.
Mike Zimmerman December 7, 2011 at 11:14 am
Dublin high is a better place because of Perry's countless hours of volunteering! Go, Perry!
Marcia Bergendahl June 1, 2011 at 10:26 pm
This was a very good piece written in honor of Korrine. Dana and Matt and their son Sean are veryRead More dedicated to the memory Korrine. Through their continued work, Korrine's legacy will thrive and live on. Bravo to you for supporting their efforts. Marcia L. Bergendahl
Lee Jouthas May 18, 2011 at 07:51 pm
Erika, thank you for posting this about our teens. I just wanted to add that these teen volunteersRead More serve as role models, and mentor the younger students in the Homework Center and the young students can get quite attached to them. We have 20 kids now working in the Center but we wanted a way to give appreciation to our Seniors who will be leaving the program this year. I'm so grateful to the City for offering their recognition and appreciation. Lee Jouthas, Dublin Library Manager
James Morehead May 19, 2011 at 02:57 am
Well deserved recognition of students giving back to the community.
Ron Halog April 11, 2011 at 10:07 pm
What a great event for children with developmental disabilities. All the volunteers were soRead More welcoming and willing to help the families. Special Thanks to Dave and Sheree. The children, families and staff of ALa Costa Centers loved the entire event - Thank you. On a side note: I have 1 correction to the article. It should state that Ala Costa Centers is located in 2 sites; Berkeley and Oakland and serves over 85 students in their after school programs.
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