Community and Youth Collaborative Institute (CAYCI)
Dublin City Schools (DCS) sits northwest of the city of Columbus and serves around 17,000 students across 23 buildings. The district is one of Ohio’s highest achieving districts as nearly 80% of graduates go on to higher education. DCS serves a diverse population of students with the third highest immigrant population in the state and a large number of students who are English Language Learners. The district strives to provide a well-rounded education through prioritizing creating innovative learning environments, incorporating social-emotional wellness, and maximizing opportunities for strong relationships and communication.
CAYCI is in its first year of partnership with DCS to provide Ohio State College of Social Work students with an engaging field placement and support DCS students across the district. Currently, two master’s students are placed in the district who are supervised by a site coordinator and work closely with building staff to support the district’s credit recovery program, The Bridge, at Emerald Campus and Hopewell Elementary.
CAYCI has partnered with Dublin City Schools to:
The CAYCI Team has initiated:
To learn more about DCS, visit their website: Dublin City Schools (https://www.dublinschools.net/)