September 24, 2017 | Issue # 8

Physical Education Events

Fallon's 3rd Annual Swing Dance Competition
It's that time of the year again! Fallon's Swing Dance Competition starts on Tuesday, September 26th and Thursday September 28th. Competition will be held during 7th and 8th grade lunches in the Gym. Please check into the Gym lobby and NOT the front office to watch the competition. Finals will be on Friday, September 29th! This is an event you won't want to miss!
Mustang Roundup

Save the date!! Mustang roundup is going to be held on Friday, September 29, 2017 (4.30-6.30pm). The Mustang roundup is Fallon's annual community building event that brings together students, staff and parents in a day of fun, games and food. There will be food trucks, fun games and a most anticipated basketball match between teachers and students. We need a few volunteers. Please click here to sign-up.

Family Science Night
Please save October 11 for a Family Science Night with Assemblywoman Cagtherine Baker. For more information, please click here.
Middle School, High School and Beyond .... What is normal?

DUSD parent education Series is hosting a middle school and high school wellness night on Thursday, September 28, 2017, 6:30 PM at Fallon. Please click here for more information.
Coffee with DHS Principal

Save the date Friday October 20, 2017, 9:00am - 11:00am!! Please click here for more information.

See DubRun Information

The DUSD Fifth Annual Wellness Fair and SeeDubRun 5K Color Run/Walk and 10K event is just around the corner, taking place on Sunday, October 8, 2017 at DHS. Held in partnership with Dublin Integrity in Action, this event raises funds for Wellness, Character Ed and Bullying Prevention Programs. On a daily basis, these three areas have an important and significant effect on students having a positive school experience, both academically and behaviorally. With attendance being a major factor in a student's success, a student with wellness, behavioral concerns or who may be fearful of being bullied, needs assistance from these programs we provide in support of our families. Registration information is here.

Alameda County Science & Engineering Fair

Information is now available for the Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair competition. Students should see Mrs. Brown in D2 if they want more information or visit

PFC Enrichment Programs
      If your student has received an offer from one of the wait listed programs, remember           that the deadline to accept/reject offers is September 25. Responses received after this         deadline will be invalid. Students who are selected for more than one enrichment                   program with a waiting list must choose one. Programs with waiting lists are:
      - Chess
      - Exciting World of Science
      - FMS JUMP
      - Math Enthusiasts
      - Mathcounts
      - Science Olympiads
      See PFC guidelines Please check the enrichment page periodically for updates.

Fallon Scrabble
Enter the world of competitive Scrabble! Students will play many games against each other, learn a bunch of cool and unusual words, and become adept at rack management, board strategy and quick calculations. When they reach a sufficient standard, they can play in outside clubs in the Bay Area against the pros, and perhaps even think about participating in tournaments, leading up to the Scrabble Nationals!
Meetings on Fridays 3:30pm, starting end-October. Interested in this new and exciting program? Sign up here!

Fallon OnStage!
Fallon's new drama enrichment program will meet on Mondays from 3:30-5pm. Sign up here by September 27th. Auditions will be October 2nd after school if necessary. A time will be assigned. Be prepared to perform a 1-3 minute improv skit given a random topic.

Junior Achievement for Seventh Graders
Thursdays 3:30 - 4:30pm
Students develop knowledge about how to earn money, spend wisely within a budget, save and invest, use credit cautiously, and protect their personal finances.
Signup here. Program information here.
Please contact if you have questions.

      Fallon Odissi and Bollywood
      Fridays 3:30-5pm. Space is still available for Odissi. Sign up  here  or                                     contact .

      Junior Achievement for Seventh Graders
      Thursdays 3:30 - 4:30pm
      Students develop knowledge about how to earn money, spend wisely within a budget,           save and invest, use credit cautiously, and protect their personal finances.
      Signup here. Program information here.
      Please contact if you have questions.


Parent Input Requested on Special Education Committee

The Community Advisory Council (CAC) is a group of parents, district staff and community members tasked with informing the  Special Education Local Plan Area ( SELPA) regarding issues important to parents, participating in the development of the Local Plan, facilitating parent involvement with special education in their districts, and assisting with parent training.  The CAC holds a minimum of four business meetings and sponsors at least two parent training events per year. In addition, the CAC hosts the Make a Difference Awards every May, during which teachers, related service providers, paraprofessionals and administrators are honored for their work with students with disabilities. Dublin Parents are needed to serve on this Council.  Please contact Jennifer Chiarelli at 925-828-2551 or via email at if interested. 

Follow Principal Sweeney on Social Media

If you have a Facebook or a Twitter account and would like to follow Principal Sweeney's communications through social media, please find her on Twitter @FallonPrincipal and on Facebook as Principal Sweeney. 
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Monday (10/2)
Wear blue for Bullying Prevention Month
Tuesday (9/26)

Tuesday (10/3)

Wednesday (9/27)
Wednesday (10/4)

Thursday (9/28)

Thursday (10/5)

Friday (9/29)
Mustang Roundup-4.30-6.30pm
Friday (10/6)

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