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Friday, February 24

posted Feb 24, 2017, 7:48 AM by Barb Laing

If you are secure with who you are, don’t care what others think, and embrace creative entertainment, you are strongly encouraged to attend a meeting on Monday, February 27th in Mr.Croley’s room. This meeting will introduce a unique new way for you to showcase your creative talents. All members of the DCG, Improv Troupe, Pride Alliance, Creative Leadership Class, are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting as well as the cast of Stand and Deliver, and students affiliated with the Theatre Department. (Please Read Fri. and Mon.)


BOOK CLUB: We will meet in Mr. Battaglia’s room on Wednesday March 1st to discuss our Nicholas Sparks book. That is room 224 this coming Wednesday during seminar (read thru 3/1)


ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:  You only have today is the last day to order a yearbook. Online orders stop later today- Feb. 24th so act now! You can go to jostens.com to order your book online. Don’t wait, make it a priority today. (read Fri only)


Students looking to partake in a Wednesday Seminar SHARE session should stop in and sign up in Mr. Croley's room. New SHARES will take place next week on Wednesday and biweekly thereafter. For more details come down to a DeWitt Creativity Group meeting or see Mr. Croley. (Read Fri and Mon.)


Next year’s musical is...The Music Man: If you are interested in auditioning for the musical please come to the Choir Room after announcements TODAY for an information meeting. No experience needed! All are welcome! (2/24)


CALLING ALL TEENS!! Saturday March 11th, there will be a Dave Ramsey's TEEN Financial Peace class, at the DeWitt Junior High RM 118. Looking for teens ages 12-18 who are ready to learn how to save, budget, invest, and be excited about having a debt free future.

Class is March 11th 9am-12pm $10 to attend. Deadline to signup is March 3rd

To sign up or for more info contact Holly Elliott (517) 862-5656 or hce443@gmail.com.


Student Services

If you are planning on taking an AP test in May, your $15.00 deposit needs to be turned into Student Services.  


Local Scholarship applications are due to Student Services by Monday, February 27th unless otherwise noted on the scholarship application.


CCRESA - if you are planning on taking a Clinton County RESA program next year, there is a field trip scheduled for Thursday, March 2nd to tour the facilities of the RESA programs.  Field trip permission slips are available in Student Services.  You will need a parent signed permission slip in order to attend.


Athletics / Recognitions


The boys freshman basketball  team won last night at LCC 64-51 .. Caileb Brown had an impressive night scoring  29 points, Drew Schorfhaar had 12 points, Gibby with 9 points and Cooper Phillips with 6 Rebounds and 6 assist.


Attention those of you planning to play a spring sport:  Spring sports start March 13 and you must have a physical on file in order to try out.  So, get this taken care of prior to tryouts or your coach will not be happy and you won’t be able to participate!  (through March 8)


Anyone interested in Color Guard there will be an informational meeting after school in the band room on Monday the 27th. (2/27)


A huge shout out to the DeWitt Quiz Bowl Program.  The Varsity A team completed Tri-County league competition with a record of 12 wins and only one loss!  Meanwhile, the Junior Varsity A team brought home a third place trophy in competition against 23 other JV teams.  Congratulations to all the players for their fine performances this season.  (Read 2/24)


ALL 2017 JV and Varsity football players need to stop by and see Coach Zim ASAP - you need to pick a form up. It will take 30 seconds.


Friday, February 17

posted Feb 17, 2017, 9:24 AM by Barb Laing

FCCLA: There will be a meeting today during seminar.(2/17)


ART Club  T-shirts are being ordered TUESDAY.  If you have not placed your order, please see Ms. Norman TODAY or Tuesday morning.  



Student Services

The GRBS Scholarship application is due TODAY.  If you plan on submitting an application for this scholarship, please turn into Student Services by the end of the day today.  No late applications will be accepted.

Need volunteer hours?  The DJHS needs some juniors and seniors to help at the Fun Night tonight. You could help run the Bubble Balls, Inflatables or Black Jack. See Mrs. Roman in the Kitchen or contact Mr.Cravotta. (2-17)  


Athletics / Recognitions

The freshman boys basketball team defeated Haslett last night and with the win assured themselves at least a tie for the league championship.  Caileb Brown led the baby panthers with 22 points and “Gibby” Mason Gilbert added 15 points and 10 rebounds. The freshman record now stands at 12-1 with 4 games left in the season.


The JV boys basketball team  gave Haslett their second loss of the season last night.  The JV Panthers played a great defensive game and led by more than double digits most of the second half.  The JV team raised their overall record to 13-3 on the season.


Attention those of you planning to play a spring sport:  Spring sports start March 13 and you must have a physical on file in order to try out.  So, get this taken care of prior to tryouts or your coach will not be happy and you won’t be able to participate!  (through March 8)


Wednesday, February 15

posted Feb 15, 2017, 9:12 AM by Barb Laing

If you have not yet ordered a yearbook you better do so soon as you are running out of time. Online sales will close in a couple of weeks so you should communicate with parents or guardians to see if indeed a book has been ordered for you. A master list will posted outside of Mr. Croley’s room next week.

Once they are gone, they’re gone! There is no guarantee extra books will be printed. Don’t procrastinate….communicate.  (2/15)


BPA will be sponsoring a “Week of Miracles” fundraiser for The Children’s Miracle Network Hospital next week February 13th-17th. Children’s Miracle Network Hospital is a non-profit organization that helps raise funds and awareness for children’s hospitals to provide treatments to millions of children in need. They will be selling Children’s Miracle Network Hospital wristbands and paper balloons that you can write your name on and hang on the wall. You can buy 1 wristband and 1 paper balloon for $1 at first or second lunch all week. All proceeds will be help our local children’s hospital. Help show support!(2/16)


FCCLA: There will be NO meeting today during seminar...there will be a meeting on Friday(2/17) during seminar.


Afterschool Homework Lab will be in the Library Lab today instead of the library. The library doors will be locked so please enter through the Library Lab door only. (2/15)



Student Services



Athletics / Recognitions


Wrestlers go to the regional championships in Mason tonight! Tonight is a YELLOW out so put on yellow and come support the wrestlers tonight in Mason! (2/15)


Attention those of you planning to play a spring sport:  Spring sports start March 13 and you must have a physical on file in order to try out.  So, get this taken care of prior to tryouts or your coach will not be happy and you won’t be able to participate!  (through March 8)


Congratulations to this month’s top performers in Math League Competition:

                Sophomores Hannah Hutchinson, Hannah Rick, and Drew Keisling; Juniors Zach Matson and Stephanie Robinson, and Seniors Ian Robinson,                    Brendan Kennedy, Alex Hostetler, Marissa Boynton, and Dylan Beck. (Read Feb. 15)

Monday, February 13

posted Feb 13, 2017, 7:43 AM by Barb Laing

Valentine’s Day Cake Pops - Key Club is currently selling cake pops to be delivered to your special someone, friend, family, or Yourself on Valentine’s Day.  Cake pops can be purchased individually for 75 cents or a bouquet of 6 for $4 or in a mason jar bouquet decorated with 6 cake pops for $8.  See a Key Club officer or Mrs. Anderson with questions. Thanks! (2/13)


LINKS There is a LINKS meeting today in Ms. Huff’s room. (2/13)


If you have not yet ordered a yearbook you better do so soon as you are running out of time. Online sales will close in a couple of weeks so you should communicate with parents or guardians to see if indeed a book has been ordered for you. A master list will posted outside of Mr. Croley’s room next week.

Once they are gone, they’re gone! There is no guarantee extra books will be printed. Don’t procrastinate….communicate.  (2/15)


Tickets for Stand and Deliver will be on sale during lunch. Make sure to get your tickets early to ensure you can get in as seating is limited. SHows are Feb. 15-18 at 7pm and on Feb. 19 at 2pm Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults. ( 2/13)


Japanese club members:  We will have a club meeting on Monday, Feb.  13th during seminar to discuss upcoming club events.  (2/13)


BPA will be sponsoring a “Week of Miracles” fundraiser for The Children’s Miracle Network Hospital next week February 13th-17th. Children’s Miracle Network Hospital is a non-profit organization that helps raise funds and awareness for children’s hospitals to provide treatments to millions of children in need. They will be selling Children’s Miracle Network Hospital wristbands and paper balloons that you can write your name on and hang on the wall. You can buy 1 wristband and 1 paper balloon for $1 at first or second lunch all week. All proceeds will be help our local children’s hospital. Help show support!(2/16)


FCCLA: There will be a meeting Wednesday (2/15) and Friday (2/17) during seminar this week Please try to attend at least ONE of the meetings. We will be discussing club activities.

There will be a COMPETITION meeting on Today during seminar and or after school for students that are competing ONLY. (2/13)


Student Services



Athletics / Recognitions


The Girls Varsity Basketball team avenged their only loss of the year with a come-from-behind 55-52 victory on the road at Waverly Friday night.  Grace George led all scorers with 22 points, and the Panthers converted 14 of their 19 free throws in the fourth quarter to pull out the win. Maddie Petersen scored 9 points, while Annie McIntosh and Sydney Mills both chipped in with 7 points. The girls travel to Haslett on Friday night with an opportunity to clinch at least a share of the CAAC-Red title. (2-13)


The wrestlers did a great job at Individual districts this weekend.  Moving on to regionals were Ronnie Slater, Quenten Hall. Kilian Southworth, Jackson Severns, and our three champions, Sam York, Lucas McFarland, and Gabe Larner. Come support us Wednesday night at Mason for the regional championships!  (2/13)


Attention those of you planning to play a spring sport:  Spring sports start March 13 and you must have a physical on file in order to try out.  So, get this taken care of prior to tryouts or your coach will not be happy and you won’t be able to participate!  (through March 8)


Friday, February 10

posted Feb 10, 2017, 10:47 AM by Barb Laing

Valentine’s Day Cake Pops - Key Club is currently selling cake pops to be delivered to your special someone, friend, family, or Yourself on Valentine’s Day.  Cake pops can be purchased individually for 75 cents or a bouquet of 6 for $4 or in a mason jar bouquet decorated with 6 cake pops for $8.  See a Key Club officer or Mrs. Anderson with questions. Thanks! (2/13)


Interested in saving a life or three? Student government is hosting a blood drive next Wednesday, February 15th. Please sign up to save lives on Thursday or Friday this week. And don’t forget to pick up and fill out the permission form with your parent’s signature in order to participate. Thanks! (2/10)


If you have not yet ordered a yearbook you better do so soon as you are running out of time. Online sales will close in a couple of weeks so you should communicate with parents or guardians to see if indeed a book has been ordered for you. A master list will posted outside of Mr. Croley’s room next week.

Once they are gone, they’re gone! There is no guarantee extra books will be printed. Don’t procrastinate….communicate.  (Read 2/10, 2/13 and 2/15)


Tickets for Stand and Deliver will be on sale during lunch. Make sure to get your tickets early to ensure you can get in as seating is limited. SHows are Feb. 15, 16, 17, and 18 at 7pm and on Feb. 19 at 2pm Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults. (Read 2/10 -- 2/13)


Japanese club members:  We will have a club meeting on Monday, Feb.  13th during seminar to discuss upcoming club events.  (2/13)


BPA will be sponsoring a “Week of Miracles” fundraiser for The Children’s Miracle Network Hospital next week February 13th-17th. Children’s Miracle Network Hospital is a non-profit organization that helps raise funds and awareness for children’s hospitals to provide treatments to millions of children in need. They will be selling Children’s Miracle Network Hospital wristbands and paper balloons that you can write your name on and hang on the wall. You can buy 1 wristband and 1 paper balloon for $1 at first or second lunch all week. All proceeds will be help our local children’s hospital. Help show support!(2/16)


FCCLA: There will be a meeting Wednesday (2/15) and Friday (2/17) during seminar next week Please try to attend at least ONE of the meetings. We will be discussing club activities.

There will be a COMPETITION meeting on Monday 2/13 during seminar and or after school for students that are competing ONLY.


Student Services

AP Testing: All students taking an AP class this school year interested in taking the AP exam must sign up in Student Services.  You will need a $15 non-refundable deposit at the time you sign up.  



Monday, February 6

posted Feb 6, 2017, 12:41 PM by Barb Laing

There will be a CULINARY CLUB meeting Feb. 6 in 207 during seminar. (2/6)


Meditation Monday- is today during seminar in Mr. DelaCruz’s bio room. If you are interested in finding a way to relax, destress, and prepare for the week’s challenges among other great benefits then you should check it out! Come to Mr. DelaCruz’s room for a pass on Friday or Monday before seminar. You must have a pass for admittance and there will only be 25 passes available. (2/6)


ART Club Meeting today(Monday) in room 301.  Bring your ideas that we discussed on Friday, and your calendars/planners!!   (2/6)


ART projects from the last nine weeks drawing and sculpture classes are ready to be picked up in Ms. Schultz’s room. Please stop by as soon as possible to take them home. (2/3-2/8)


Homework  Lab 2/6

The Homework Lab will be closed today.


Japanese Club Members:  We will have a club meeting today during seminar in sensei’s room.  (2/6)


Student Services

AP Testing: All students taking an AP class this school year interested in taking the AP exam must sign up in Student Services.  You will need a $15 non-refundable deposit at the time you sign up.  



Athletics / Recognitions

Wrestlers finished second in the CAAC Red Saturday. The panthers were led by runners-up Matt Foddrill, Ronnie Slater, Kilian Southworth Lucas McFarlnd, and Doug Trutzl. Champions for DeWitt were Quenten Hall, Sam York, Gabe Larner, and Nick Brandt. Wednesday the Panther start their State run at Bath. Come out and show support.  (2/6)


The Varsity Girls basketball team knocked off St. Johns on Friday night 68-59.  The Panthers were led by career-high performances from Grace George (25 points) and Jessah McManus (16 points), while Sydney Mills led the team in rebounding with 7.  The girls travel to Portland on Tuesday night for a non-league match-up. (2-6)


Friday, February 3

posted Feb 3, 2017, 10:24 AM by Barb Laing

There will be a CULINARY CLUB meeting Feb. 6 in 207 during seminar. (2/6)


Winterfest:

It’s Winterfest time in Panther country!

Teachers, please count students dressed in spirit gear today, refer to Mr. DeLaCruz’s email, and fill out the tally sheet there as soon as you can. You’re the best. Thank you!


In current spirit standings, the Juniors lag behind with a measly 40 points -- come on, Juniors! -- while teachers are in third place with 90 more points at 130 points. The Freshmen and Sophomores are both in second place with 140 points a piece. So the Seniors are in first place with 150 spirit points! Well done, Seniors!

The fabled ROAR trophy will go on on a seminar tour of the winning class along with a grand prize! Woot!


TONIGHT Student Government is throwing DHS’s first ever WINTERBLAST! event right after Friday’s basketball game from 10pm to 2am! Only a $5 entry for games, movies, competitions, raffles and more! The last tickets will ONLY be sold during TODAY’s lunches, so get yours ASAP. Please show your spirit and support with your attendance! Have a great week and go panthers! Grrrowl! (2/3)


Meditation Monday- The next Meditation Monday will be next Monday February 6th during seminar in Mr. DelaCruz’s bio room. If you are interested in finding a way to relax, destress, and prepare for the week’s challenges among other great benefits then you should check it out! Come to Mr. DelaCruz’s room for a pass on Friday or Monday before seminar. You must have a pass for admittance and there will only be 25 passes available. (2/3-6)


LINKS-- There is a LINKS meeting today in Ms. Huff’s room. We are planning our Valentine’s Day party.(2/3)


ART Club Meeting today(Monday) in room 301.  Bring your ideas that we discussed on Friday, and your calendars/planners!!   (2/6)


ART projects from the last nine weeks drawing and sculpture classes are ready to be picked up in Ms. Schultz’s room. Please stop by as soon as possible to take them home. (2/3-2/8)




Stand and Deliver tickets will be on sale today during lunch and all of next week, however, seating is limited so get your tickets early. Ticket are $7 for students and $10 for adults. Student from previous Acting classes and those of you interested in taking an Acting class next year are highly encouraged to attend.

The play is based on the 1988 film which follows the true story of a group of inner city students at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles and the journey of the famous Calculus teacher Jaime Escalante, which will be played by Mr. Croley. The show is very much relevant to many pressing issues facing our schools, communities, and country. Stand and Deliver is for anyone who believes in the power of possibility and the limitless pursuit of happiness.The play is an emotionally packed roller-coaster that speaks the common language we all share...one of laughter, tears and love.

Note: There will be a post show discussion following each performance discussing issues of diversity, inclusion, and ways we can work together to create psychologically safe learning environments. (2/3)


All cast members of Stand and Deliver should bring all costume items and accessories to rehearsal this Saturday as there will be a final costume parade and inventory starting at 11:00.


Japanese Club Members:  We will have a club meeting next Monday, Feb. 6th during seminar in sensei’s room.  (2/6)


Student Services

AP Testing: All students taking an AP class this school year interested in taking the AP exam must sign up in Student Services.  You will need a $15 non-refundable deposit at the time you sign up.  

Local Scholarship applications are now available in Student Services.  If you are interested in local scholarships, stop into Student Services and fill out the form.  If you turned in a scholarship request form, your scholarship applications can be picked up in Student Services.


Athletics / Recognitions

Freshman boys basketball:  Raised their record to 9-0 with wins last week over Charlotte 58-25 and Last night over St. Johns 60-31.  Mason Gilbert led the panthers in scoring with 13 points and 6 rebounds and Mikhail Sacla added 9 points. Against St. Johns, Caileb Brown had 17 points, Mason Gilbert 10 points, and Cooper Phillips had 7 assists.  The boys are playing great team defense holding opponents to an average of  only 29 points per game.  The freshman play 2 home games next week.. Portland on Tuesday at 4:00 and Waverly, for the league championship, on Thursday at 5:30.


Jv Boys basketball:  Won a thrilling game at St. Johns last night 45-44.  Trailing 44-42 with just under 4 seconds left, Thomas Brannan inbounded the ball to Collin Mccrackin.  Mccrackin took one dribble and found Issac Hungerford open for a long 3 pointer… NBA range… Issac hit the 3 pointer as the buzzer sounded for the win. Great job by the junior varsity to hang in there and get the DUB.


Wednesday, February 1

posted Feb 1, 2017, 8:11 AM by Barb Laing

There will be a CULINARY CLUB meeting Feb. 6 in 207 during seminar. (2/6)


Winterfest:

It’s Winterfest time in Panther country!


Teachers, please count students dressed as characters today, refer to Mr. DeLaCruz’s email, and fill out the tally sheet there as soon as you can. Thank you!


Tomorrow will be easy Jersey Day. Dress up in your favorite sports jersey tomorrow. The class with the best participation wins the fabled ROAR trophy and a grand prize.


Currently, the Frosh and Sophs are tied for 1st place participation with 90 points, Seniors and Teachers are in 2nd place with 50 points a piece, and Juniors hang in there with 20 points. Please show your spirit, participate, and have fun.


This Friday Student Government is throwing DHS’s first WINTERBLAST! event right after Friday’s basketball game from 10pm to 2am! Only a $5 entry for games, movies, competitions, raffles and more! Tickets are ONLY sold during lunches, so get yours ASAP. Please show your spirit and support with your attendance! Have a great week and go panthers! Grrrowl! (2/3)


Homework Lab

The Homework Lab today is going to be held in the art room # 302 across the hall from the library due to a scheduled event in the library. (2/1)


DHS Students!: You’re invited to the DHS Multicultural Student Union’s first official meeting on Wednesday, February 1st during seminar in Mr. DeLaCruz’s bio room! The purpose of this union is to provide a space where minority students can connect with one another and discuss relevant issues in today’s society. For more information, please speak to Sean Holland or Haley Garcia! (1/27-2/1)


Choir Trip: The MANDATORY Toronto meeting has been RESCHEDULED for today during Seminar. If you are going on the trip you MUST be at the meeting to sign-up for rooms and tour groups (2/1).


ART Club Meeting THIS FRIDAY!  In room 301.  Please be there!  


Tickets for Stand and Deliver will go on sale this week. Tables will be at both lunches Today, Thursday, and Friday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students. The play is based on the 1988 film which follows the true story of a group of inner city students at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles and the journey of the famous Calculus teacher Jaime Escalante, which will be played by Mr. Croley.

    The show is very much relevant to many pressing issues facing our schools, communities, and country. Stand and Deliver is for anyone who believes in the power of possibility and the limitless pursuit of happiness. It's a show for the supporters of education and those who fight to the keep the artistry in the teaching profession. It's a show for the doers and dreamers, the underdogs and the persistent. It 's an urban tale which speaks directly to the heart. The play is an emotionally packed roller-coaster that speaks the common language we all share...one of laughter, tears and love. Do your part in helping to create a more positive school culture where diversity is embraced and inclusion becomes the norm. Come see Stand and Deliver! Shows are Feb. 15, 16, 17, and 18 at 7:00 p.m. and Feb. 19 at 2:00 p.m. Note: There will be a post show discussion following each performance discussing issues of diversity, inclusion, and ways we can work together to create psychologically safe learning environments. (read 1/30, 2/1, 2/3)


Student Services

AP Testing: All students taking an AP class this school year interested in taking the AP exam must sign up in Student Services.  You will need a $15 non-refundable deposit at the time you sign up.  

Local Scholarship applications are now available in Student Services.  If you are interested in local scholarships, stop into Student Services and fill out the form.  If you turned in a scholarship request form, your scholarship applications can be picked up in Student Services.


Monday, January 30

posted Jan 30, 2017, 7:45 AM by Barb Laing

Winterfest:

Welcome to Winterfest week at DHS! Thanks to those already showing spirit by wearing PJs today.

Teachers, please count students wearing PJs, refer to Mr. DeLaCruz’s email, and fill out the tally sheet there as soon as you can. Thank you!

Tomorrow will be class colors day: freshmen wear green, sophomores wear navy blue, Junior's wear white, seniors wear black, and teachers wear red. The class with the best participation wins the fabled ROAR trophy and a grand prize.

This Friday Student Government is throwing DHS’s first WINTERBLAST! event right after the basketball game from 10pm to 2am -- if we can get the chaperones! Only a $5 entry for games, movies, competitions, raffles and more! Please show your spirit and support with your attendance! Have a great week and go panthers! Grrrowl!


DHS Students!: You’re invited to the DHS Multicultural Student Union’s first official meeting on Wednesday, February 1st during seminar in Mr. DeLaCruz’s bio room! The purpose of this union is to provide a space where minority students can connect with one another and discuss relevant issues in today’s society. For more information, please speak to Sean Holland or Haley Garcia! (1/27-2/1)


Marching Band 2017 - Your deposit for marching band is due February 1st. No deposit = no spot in the show. (2/1)


Choir Trip: The MANDATORY Toronto meeting has been RESCHEDULED for Wednesday during Seminar. If you are going on the trip you MUST be at the meeting to sign-up for rooms and tour groups (2/1).


COSTA RICA: We have an IMPORTANT meeting TODAY in seminar for all students enrolled for our trip to Costa Rica in June! Meet in room 128 after these announcements.


Students looking to participate in the SHARE this Wednesday should see Mr. Croley today or tomorrow to sign up. Themes for the next few weeks include:


  • Having integrity has allowed me to...

  • Overcoming struggles have made me stronger

  • Let me tell you about the bizarre dream I had...

  • Perception vs. Reality


A reminder to all cast members of Stand and Deliver, the costume and props deadlines are this week. Make sure you have gathered and organized your inventory and are well prepared for rehearsals.  (read 1/30 only)


Tickets for Stand and Deliver will go on sale this week. Tables will be at both lunches this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students. The play is based on the 1988 film which follows the true story of a group of inner city students at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles and the journey of the famous Calculus teacher Jaime Escalante, which will be played by Mr. Croley.

    The show is very much relevant to many pressing issues facing our schools, communities, and country. Stand and Deliver is for anyone who believes in the power of possibility and the limitless pursuit of happiness. It's a show for the supporters of education and those who fight to the keep the artistry in the teaching profession. It's a show for the doers and dreamers, the underdogs and the persistent. It 's an urban tale which speaks directly to the heart. The play is an emotionally packed roller-coaster that speaks the common language we all share...one of laughter, tears and love. Do your part in helping to create a more positive school culture where diversity is embraced and inclusion becomes the norm. Come see Stand and Deliver! Shows are Feb. 15, 16, 17, and 18 at 7:00 p.m. and Feb. 19 at 2:00 p.m. Note: There will be a post show discussion following each performance discussing issues of diversity, inclusion, and ways we can work together to create psychologically safe learning environments. (read 1/30, 2/1, 2/3)


Student Services

AP Testing: All students taking an AP class this school year interested in taking the AP exam must sign up in Student Services.  You will need a $15 non-refundable deposit at the time you sign up.  

Local Scholarship applications are now available in Student Services.  If you are interested in local scholarships, stop into Student Services and fill out the form.  If you turned in a scholarship request form, your scholarship applications can be picked up in Student Services.


Athletics / Recognitions


The Girls Varsity Basketball team picked up two more victories this weekend knocking off Mason 52-39 and Charlotte 58-17. Maddie Petersen led the team in scoring both nights, with 15 points Friday and a career-high 19 on Saturday night. Grace George scored 14 points against the Bulldogs, and chipped in with 9 points and 9 rebounds against the Orioles. The team faces CAAC-Red rival St. Johns on Friday night at home. (1-30)


Wednesday, January 25

posted Jan 25, 2017, 10:55 AM by Barb Laing

Culinary Club meeting in 207 during seminar THIS WEDNESDAY. (1/25)


Japanese Club Members:  We will meet today to enjoy some Japanese culture games during seminar in sensei’s room.  Non-members are welcome too!  


FCCLA: there will be an FCCLA meeting Friday 1/27 during seminar in room 132.


Today during Seminar there will be a DCG meeting and SHARE in The Idea Hive. Don't miss it! Students in the Creative Leadership class and Creative Writing are highly encouraged to attend, however all students are welcome.


All cast members of Stand and Deliver should see Mr. Croley today during Pride right after announcements.


NHS members are reminded to check the NHS Twitter account for updates relating to service hour opportunities.


Choir Trip: There will be a MANDATORY Toronto meeting on Monday, January 30th in the Choir Room. If you are going on the trip you MUST be at the meeting to sign-up for rooms and tour groups (1/30).


Winterfest: Court Nominations are being taken NOW! Check your school email NOW and fill out the google form to nominate representatives from your class! (1/27)



Student Services

AP Testing: All students taking an AP class this school year interested in taking the AP exam must sign up in Student Services.  You will need a $15 non-refundable deposit at the time you sign up.  

Local Scholarship applications are now available in Student Services.  If you are interested in local scholarships, stop into Student Services and fill out the form.  If you turned in a scholarship request form, your scholarship applications can be picked up in Student Services.


Athletics / Recognitions


The Girls Varsity Basketball team raised its overall record to 11-1 with a 51-28 victory over Mount Pleasant last night, led by 16 points from Grace George and Maddie Petersen’s 8 points and 3 steals.  Sydney Mills scored 7 points and pulled down six rebounds.  The girls are back in action Friday night at home against Mason. (1-25)


The Boys Freshmen Basketball Team: Raised their record to 6-0 on the year with a 50-20 win last Thursday over Owosso, and a 50-19 win last night over Mt. Pleasant.  In the 2 wins Mikhail Sacla led the team with 19 points, Caileb Brown 18, Mason “Gibby” Gilbert 16, and Cooper Phillips 15. Gibby has led the team in rebounds and Drew Schorfhaar has led the defensive charge that has allowed an average of 19 points the last 3 games.  The boys play at Mason on Thursday and home vs Charlotte on Saturday.



DeWitt Lacrosse Club Information Night - tonight at 7:30 in the Junior High Auditorium.  This meeting is for girls and boys JV and Varsity players and parents.


Attention boys and girls interested in golfing this spring or next fall:  Please attend a meeting today in the Presentation room right after announcements.  (thru 1/25)


Softball players who ordered shirts, meet in 207 during seminar tdoay. (1/25)


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