Dublin Schools expects a high standard of performance in staff and students. It was for me a very friendly and collegial environment. Because I worked in a multi-cultural environment, my teaching experience was always challenge and interesting. I had students from all over the world. The hardest part of the job was keeping abreast of all the government requirements for assessment. I most enjoyed seeing students understanding a concept. It was self satisfying, and it gave me great pleasure to see the looks on students faces when they could say, "I get now!"
Great work environment with no lack of supplies for one to do one's job.
Administration had far too many changes, and with that came many changes in operations, I believe there were five superintendents during my employment, there was a great deal of staff transfers that often made team building difficult.
Working Monday - Friday and having the month of July off.
Assistant Food Service Director (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – January 21, 2016
I would stop by a few of the 18 school cafeterias on my way to the office to make sure they were staffed sufficiently and getting lunch ready or service. I would review financial reports, prepare monthly menus, conduct safety training, held monthly staff meetings. I met with the client on a monthly basis or more frequently if needed.
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee) – Dublin, GA – April 9, 2013
I'm looking for a good company to work for and retire with in the future. I'm a hard worker with a great personality. I never meet a stranger and I'm always eager to learn new things. I love helping others and being a part of a great team. I love staying busy as well. Life is short so my motto is to live, love, laugh, and make a difference in someone else's life while we still have a chance.
Substituting was enjoyable because I was presented with different children on a regular bases, different schools, different teaching instructions, and different lessons. I took each challenge like it was a life experience. Hardest part of the job was the uncertainty of having a job that day.
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee) – Dublin, GA – May 31, 2014
got information from teachers daily on the assignments to be completed by students to reach their next level in academic acceptance while teacher was out of class room for meetings or on personal leave.