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Friday, November 17

posted Nov 17, 2017, 9:33 AM by Barb Laing

Ceramics and drawing students from NW1 Today is the last day to pick up artwork from Ms. Schultz! After today it will be discarded. (11/17)


SADD Club is meeting TODAY during seminar in room 128 (that’s Mrs. Marble’s room) Hope to see you there!


Renaissance Club is hosting our 2nd Hair Donation Drive on December 8th. We are inviting all students to donate 8 or more inches of hair to CHILDREN WITH HAIR LOSS, a non-profit company that makes hair replacements for children with medically related hair loss. Permission forms are available in the main office or from Mrs. Marble. Will you donate your hair and change a child’s life?  See Mrs. Marble for more information.


Attention NHS members who are helping with the induction on Nov. 30th- today during Seminar there will be an important meeting in Mr. Croley's room. Please make every effort to attend. Again, this meeting is only for those affiliated with the event on the 30th. (11/17)


Next Monday there will be an Improv Toupe meeting, DeWitt Creativity Group meeting, and PRIDE Alliance meeting in Mr. Croley's room. If you are or have been involved in these groups please make every effort to attend as important dates will be shared for a few upcoming initiatives.  Please mark your calendars and head down as soon as possible as there is will be much to share and discuss.

(11/17 and 11/20)


To any student who has an overdue library book! Please either return your book or renew it, asap. Late notices and fines will be sent out by the end of the week! If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheridan. (11/17)


Key Club Dues Extension:  You will have until the end of today to turn in your $15 dues!  Please take to the main office.  There will be a meeting TODAY during Seminar, in the presentation room.  Please attend of possible!  We’ll be discussing officer positions & elections, and upcoming activity opportunities.


DeWitt Dance Team Tryouts: A video tryout submission may be accepted by Coach Shoemaker. The deadline is Tuesday 11/21/17. Email Coach at dewittdanceteam@gmail.com for more details. (11/21)

    

D & D meeting -

On Monday November 20th, D&D players can campaign in Mr. B’s room until 5:00pm (11/20)


Book Club - We will meet in Mr. B’s room today, during seminar, after announcements. We will talk about book club communication through REMIND, and the Blog. This way, as you read Looking for Alaska, by John Green, you can comment on the story as you read. The goal is to finish reading by early December. Then, we will meet at Schuller’s in East Wood Town Center on Sat. December 9th, at 2:00pm - till rougly 3:30 in order to sip drinks, chat about the novel, and vote on the next book. (11/17/17)


This year the yearbook staff would like to extend an opportunity for clubs to create an ad to be printed in the book. These "Club Ads" are for a discounted rate and easily affordable. This opportunity is a great way to capture and share memorable projects, trips, events, and people. Perhaps a group might want to dedicate an ad to a hard working group of exceptional individuals who are worthy of recognition. Perhaps group members would like pitch in to say farewell to a specific group of influential seniors who have made a positive contribution. Regardless of your reasoning it is a great way to promote what your club is doing while also being a valuable tool to recruit new members. For more information about this great offer see the Yearbook Staff Public Relations Officer Elijah Whitman, or stop in Mr. Croley's room during Seminar  (11/17 and 11/20)


      Student Services

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - There will be a visit to the Eaton Career Prep program on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


Wednesday, November 15

posted Nov 15, 2017, 7:37 AM by Barb Laing

“Class of” car decals will be sold this week at lunches.  We need 2 ART CLUB members to help out at the table each day this week.  Stop by and see Ms. Norman today after announcements if you are interested in helping at lunches.  


Ceramics and drawing students from NW1 your artwork is ready to be picked up in Ms. Schultz’s room. Artwork must be picked up by this Friday. (11/17)


The Improv Troupe will be having a meeting after school today in the IDEA HIVE.  If you love a good laugh, want to work on being quick on your feet, or simply enjoy connecting and collaborating with others who are not afraid to look stupid come check it out. Remember, Amy Poehler said --"No one looks stupid when they're having fun."  In a world where adaptability, creative problem solving, positive risk-taking, and empathy are in high demand the information and activities you'll gain at the Improv Troupe meetings and rehearsals will without a doubt be put to good use time and time again both on and off stage..  (11/15)


Attention NHS members who are helping with the induction on Nov. 30th- Friday during Seminar there will be an important meeting in Mr. Croley's room. Please make every effort to attend. Again, this meeting is only for those affiliated with the event on the 30th. (11/17)


To any student who has an overdue library book! Please either return your book or renew it, asap. Late notices and fines will be sent out by the end of the week! If you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheridan. (11/17)


Key Club Dues Extension:  You will have until the end of this week to turn in your $15 dues!  Please take to the main office.  There will be a meeting this Friday, Nov. 17th, during Seminar, in the presentation room.  Please attend of possible!  We’ll be discussing officer positions & elections, and upcoming activity opportunities going into the holiday season.


D & D meeting - Wednesday November 15th - please go to Mr. B’s room after announcements during seminar for information about Dungeons and Dragons club.

After school on Thursday, Nov 16, the D&D club will play in Mr. K’s room until 5:00pm.

Then, on Monday November 20th, D&D players can campaign in Mr. B’s room until 5:00pm




Book Club - We will meet in Mr. B’s room on Friday November 17th during seminar, after announcements. We will talk about book club communication through REMIND, and the Blog. This way, as you read Looking for Alaska, by John Green, you can comment on the story as you go. Book Club members are encouraged to visit the Book Club blog over the next month to share reactions to the story. We will meet at Schuller’s in East Wood Town Center on Sat. December 9th, at 2:00pm - till rougly 3:30 in order to sip drinks, chat about the novel, and cote on the next book. (11/17/17)


              Student Services

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - There will be a visit to the Eaton Career Prep program on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


     Student Services wishes to congratulate Sydney Foster for being selected to participate in the HOBY Leadership Conference this coming June.


Athletics / Recognitions

Any varsity football players participating in the Adopt-a-Panther Program, this Friday the 17th will be your last time visiting your classroom at Schavey during seminar.  Please see Coach Wilson if you have any questions or conflicts with attending.


Attention All Girls playing soccer:  We will have a meeting today during seminar in Sensei’s room (room 238).  11/15


A double shout out to the Varsity Quiz Bowl team.  On Saturday they took third place at the Holland Invitational Tournament and qualified for the state championships in April.  Then they followed up with an exciting victory over Lansing Catholic on camera yesterday at the WKAR Quizbusters Tournament. (Read 11/15)


Congratulations to the top performers in this month’s math league competition: Seniors Emma Breukink and Jacob Ayriss and Junior Hannah Rick.


Monday, November 6

posted Nov 6, 2017, 7:40 AM by Barb Laing

Book Club: We are reading John Green’s Looking for Alaska. See Mr. B or Cheyenne Hicks for more information. We will begin online discussion this week and will meet at Schuler’s Books and Music in early December to discuss the book in its entirety.  (11-6)


“Class of” car decals will be sold for two weeks at lunches.  Beginning November 6th through November 21st, there will be a table set up for those that are interested in purchasing a car decal.  Please stop by and see the examples and order yours at lunch!!  The ART Department THANKS YOU!!


First nine weeks ceramics students If you are interested in glazing final projects, meet in Ms. Schultz’s room after school today!


DHS’ Fall Musical, The Music Man, opens Thursday! Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. You can get your tickets online at dewittchoirs.org OR during lunches on Monday and Tuesday this week! (11/6)


Key Club If you want to be a member of DeWitt’s Key Club, and Key Club International, please turn in your $15 dues to the main office by November 10th.  Put in an envelope with your first and last name, and labeled Key Club Dues.  There will be an informational meeting and activities coming soon!  Contact Mrs. Schafer at the Junior High with questions, schafer@dewittschools.net


              Student Services

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - There will be a visit to the Eaton Career Prep program on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions

Girls Cross Country - Congrats go out to the Girls Cross Country team for placing 3rd overall in this past weekend’s State Cross Country Championships!  The Panthers were lead by Ashley Shipps, Katie Vitou, Hannah Adler, Kaitlyn Hynes, Elsa Rusthoven, Natalie Yabs, and Delaney Kirinovic.

Ashley Shipps, Katie Vitou, and Hannah Adler earned  All State status!!  Great season Ladies!!


WRESTLING: Anyone interested in wrestling this season meet right after announcements in the presentation room. Teachers please allow interested individuals to leave. Attendance will be sent out after.  (11/6)


The Girls' Swimming and Diving Team Finished 3rd in the CAAC Blue Division Championships this weekend.  They set 57 personal records.

Jordyn Shipps, Lisette Fenneuff, Victoria Powe, and Sydney Shipps - broke a 25 year old school record in the 200 medley relay

Jordyn Shipps broke the school record in the 50 freestyle

Jordyn Shipps broke the school record in the 100 freestyle

Karlie Janik, Sydney Shipps, Lisette Fenneuff, and Jordyn Shipps broke the school record in the 200 freestyle relay

Elise Snyder and Addison Bethard qualified for Diving Regionals on Thursday. (11/6)


Congratulations to the Marching Band and their 2nd place finish this weekend!!  Great job.


Monday, October 30

posted Oct 30, 2017, 9:17 AM by Barb Laing

Book Club: We have our book. First you need to see Mr.B and/or Cheyenne Hicks for a informative handout that you need to have signed. Once you have a parent signature, please return it to Mr. B in order to check out your copy of Looking for Alaska, by John Green(10-31)


LINKS- There will be a LINKS meeting in Ms. Huff’s room during seminar today. All those in the class and club are invited to attend.


              Student Services

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - There will be a visit to the Eaton Career Prep program on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to the Marching Band who again finished 3rd behind last years state champ and runner up at the Muskegon Reeths Puffer competition this past weekend. Good luck to the band at State Finals this weekend at Ford Field. The band performs at 10:30 am for those who want to come check it out. The good news is that someone from Michigan WILL WIN at Ford Field this weekend...unlike when the Lion’s play there. (10/30)


Girls Cross Country Congrats go out to the Girls Cross Country!!  The girl’s team was lead by Katie Vitou, Ashley Shipps, Hannah Adler, Kaitlyn Haynes, Elsa Rusthoven, Natalie Yabs, and Delaney Kirinovic.  The girls will travel to Michigan International Speedway to compete in next Saturday’s State Meet.  Great Job Ladies!!


Mrs. Griffes, Mrs. Marble, and Mr. Acre would like to Thank all of you that came out to walk the Haunted trail this weekend.  Lots of screams, frights, laughs, and fun were had on the Haunted trail. Special thanks to all of you that worked the trail and Mrs. Norman for the very cool sign.


Friday, October 27

posted Oct 27, 2017, 7:36 AM by Barb Laing

The Renaissance Club  - is hosting our 2nd annual Haunted Trail TONIGHT after the home football game until 11:00 and Saturday, October 28 from 8:00 - 11:00. Admission is $3.00 per person. Come out for a fun scare before Halloween. All ages are welcome!


Spanish Club Members  - We are having our annual salsa making contest TODAY in Mrs. Marble’s room. We’ll see you after announcements!


Book Club: We have our book. First you need to see Mr.B and/or Cheyenne Hicks for a informative handout that you need to have signed. Once you have a parent signature, please return it to Mr. B in order to check out your copy of Looking for Alaska, by John Green(10-31)


              Student Services

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - There will be a visit to the Eaton Career Prep program on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to Elaina Derose who finished 12th overall out of 108 golfers at the Division 2 State Finals last weekend. Elaina was All State last year and will likely be again this year after voting later this week.  Way to go Elaina!  (10/27)


All girls interested in trying out for basketball must have their physicals and sports participation fees turned in to Mrs. Wilson in the athletic office before tryouts begin on November 6th! (10/27)


Wednesday, October 25

posted Oct 25, 2017, 7:38 AM by Barb Laing   [ updated Oct 25, 2017, 9:46 AM ]

Attention Juniors and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA or higher: If you are not currently a member of NHS and are interested in becoming a member please come to the auditorium during Pride today for an informational meeting.


Dewitt Business Professionals of America is hosting a Fall/Halloween Blood Drive , on Friday October 27th from 8:30am-2:15pm. When considering whether or not you should give, please keep in mind that your blood can SAVE LIVES and help someone who desperately needs it. This is your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others!

*Enjoy refreshments after you donate

*Blood drive is Halloween themed!

*Students who are 16 years old must have a parent consent form

*Consent form can be found in the main office

*Make sure to bring a proof of age when you donate


ART CLUB will be working on the musical set after school Thursday until 6pm.  We need your help so if you can make it, meet us in the auditorium.  If rehearsal is going on, please enter quietly and sign in.  


The Art Department is having a fundraiser.  We are selling car decals with your Class Year on them.  Your seminar teachers should have the forms to pass out.  If you want to see the decals in person before purchasing, please see Ms. Norman.  There are examples for EACH GRADE LEVEL, even though most freshmen and sophomores don’t have their own cars...you can still purchase them!  There is white or a sparkle silver.  $4 each.  If your teacher does not pass them out, please come to the ART Department to pick up an order form!  


The Renaissance Club  - is hosting our 2nd annual Haunted Trail on Friday, October 27 after the home football game until 11:00 and Saturday, October 28 from 8:00 - 11:00. Admission is $3.00 per person. Come out for a fun scare before Halloween. All ages are welcome!


Stage Crew: Are you interested in learning more about what goes on backstage during the Musical? Have you ever wanted to be trained to run sound or lighting? Join the Stage Crew of The Music Man! There will be an informational meeting TODAY during Seminar in the Choir Room - be there! (10/25)



Key Club - There will be a Key Club meeting after school starting at 2:40 on Wednesday, October 25th, in the Commons.  Mrs. Schafer is VERY excited to talk with those interested in getting the club going this year!  Please attend to learn about membership and activities for the year. This is open to ALL DHS students.  (read through 10/25)


Dungeons and Dragons Club - If you are interested in playing D&D, please come to Mr. B’s room on Wednesday October 25th during seminar.  (10-25)


Book Club: We have our book. First you need to see Mr.B and/or Cheyenne Hicks for a informative handout that you need to have signed. Once you have a parent signature, please return it to Mr. B in order to check out your copy of Looking for Alaska, by John Green(10-31)


              Student Services

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - After watching the Eaton Career Prep video in seminar and have an interest there is a visit on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to Elaina Derose who finished 12th overall out of 108 golfers at the Division 2 State Finals last weekend. Elaina was All State last year and will likely be again this year after voting later this week.  Way to go Elaina!  (10/27)


A shout out to the Quiz Bowl team for their win against Lansing Eastern at WKAR’s Quizbusters TV Program last night.  Playing for the team were Kayla Carpenter, Tanner Herald, Isaac Jen, and Drew Keisling.  Jacob Callaghan and Jason Porter were the alternates.

All girls interested in trying out for basketball must have their physicals and sports participation fees turned in to Mrs. Wilson in the athletic office before tryouts begin on November 6th! (10/20 - 10/27)


Boys Varsity Basketball meeting: There will be a meeting for 11th/12th grade boysl interested in trying out for Varsity basketball on Wednesday, October 25th in the Library during Seminar.


Gymnastics Meeting for anyone interested in competing on the St. Johns/DeWitt team, will be on Wednesday, October 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Johns High School Food Commons.


Monday, October 23

posted Oct 23, 2017, 7:33 AM by Barb Laing

Dewitt Business Professionals of America is hosting a Fall/Halloween Blood Drive , on Friday October 27th from 8:30am-2:15pm. When considering whether or not you should give, please keep in mind that your blood can SAVE LIVES and help someone who desperately needs it. This is your opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others!

*Enjoy refreshments after you donate

*Blood drive is Halloween themed!

*Students who are 16 years old must have a parent consent form

*Consent form can be found in the main office

*Make sure to bring a proof of age when you donate


The Art Department is having a fundraiser.  We are selling car decals with your Class Year on them.  Your seminar teachers should have the forms to pass out.  If you want to see the decals in person before purchasing, please see Ms. Norman.  There are examples for EACH GRADE LEVEL, even though most freshmen and sophomores don’t have their own cars...you can still purchase them!  There is white or a sparkle silver.  $4 each.  If your teacher does not pass them out, please come to the ART Department to pick up an order form!  


The Renaissance Club  - is hosting our 2nd annual Haunted Trail on Friday, October 27 after the home football game until 11:00 and Saturday, October 28 from 8:00 - 11:00. Admission is $3.00 per person. Come out for a fun scare before Halloween. All ages are welcome!


Stage Crew: Are you interested in learning more about what goes on backstage during the Musical? Have you ever wanted to be trained to run sound or lighting? Join the Stage Crew of The Music Man! There will be an informational meeting Wednesday during Seminar in the Choir Room - be there! (10/25)


Book Club - We will meet in computer lab #2 on Monday, October 23rd to vote on the first book choice. If you are unable to attend, see Mr. Battaglia and you can vote online. (10-23)


Key Club - There will be a Key Club meeting after school starting at 2:40 on Wednesday, October 25th, meeting room to be announced.  Mrs. Schafer is VERY excited to talk with those interested in getting the club going this year!  Please attend to learn about membership and activities for the year. This is open to ALL DHS students.  (read through 10/25)


Dungeons and Dragons Club - If you are interested in playing D&D, please come to Mr. B’s room on Wednesday October 25th during seminar.  (10-25)


              Student Services

Juniors and Seniors - check in Student Services for the list of upcoming college visits.

SAT Diagnostic Test Workshop - Saturday, December 2.  Sign up through DeWitt Community Education.  There are flyers in Student Services as well.

Sophomores and Juniors - After watching the Eaton Career Prep video in seminar and have an interest there is a visit on December 19th.  You must choose three programs to look at.  Sign up at Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to the top performers in this month’s math league competition:  Seniors Jacob Ayriss, Emma Breukink, and Stephen Hostetler; Junior Drew Keisling; and Sophomores Kelly Cochrane, Justus Holben, and Nick Robinson.  The top scoring freshmen were Adam Hoekstra, Emma Hopkins, and Hannah Kurncz. (10/23)


Good job this past weekend to the DeWitt Marching Band who finished 3rd behind last years state champion and runner up on Saturday at the Jenison Invitational (10/23).

All girls interested in trying out for basketball must have their physicals and sports participation fees turned in to Mrs. Wilson in the athletic office before tryouts begin on November 6th! (10/20 - 10/27)


Boys JV Basketball Meeting: There will be a meeting for all 10th grade boys interested in trying out for JV basketball on Monday, October 23rd in the Library during Seminar.


Boys Varsity Basketball meeting: There will be a meeting for all 10th grade boys interested in trying out for JV basketball on Wednesday, October 25th in the Library during Seminar.


Gymnastics Meeting for anyone interested in competing on the St. Johns/DeWitt team, will be on Wednesday, November 25, at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Johns High School Food Commons.


Wednesday, October 4

posted Oct 5, 2017, 5:19 AM by Barb Laing

ART CLUB--there will be a meeting this Friday (10/6) for anyone who wants to be a part of the club.  We will be discussing times to work on the set for the musical, fundraisers, homecoming decorations and t-shirt design.  Please make every effort to be there!


Powder Puff Shirts  will be sold Thursday (10/5) and Friday (10/6) this week during both lunches.  Cost of shirts is $15.  See Lauren Des Chenes with questions.  

    Student Services

Applications are now available in Student Services for students interested in tutoring.   We are still in need of tutors!  


Juniors and Seniors - check in Student Services for the list of upcoming college visits.


Sophomores - Interested in gaining valuable leadership skills?  Then consider applying to participate in the annual HOBY Leadership Conference.  You must provide an essay to be considered. 1-2 students will be selected to represent DHS.  See Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions


This week, the tennis team will be selling DeWitt visors during lunch. The pink visor in honor of Breast Cancer Month is $20 and the blue visor is $17. Get them while they last!


Congrats to the Girls Cross Country Team  for winning their second league Jamboree last night in St. Johns.  The panthers were led by Ashley Shipps, Katie Vitou, Hannah Adler, Kaitlyn Hynes, Sofia Perez, Delaney Kirinovic and Natalie Yabs.  Great Job Ladies!!(10/4)


Boy’s Freshman Basketball Meeting:  There will be a meeting for all 9th grade boys interested in trying out for freshmen basketball on Wednesday, October 18th in the Library during Seminar.



Monday, October 2

posted Oct 2, 2017, 9:17 AM by Barb Laing

Coins for Cancer! The Dewitt Girls Swim and Dive Team is holding a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every seminar will receive a Gatorade bottle that they can fill with all loose pocket change! Dewitt and St. Johns will be competing to raise the most money! The bottles will be picked up on October 4th. Thank you! 10/2)


ART CLUB--there will be a meeting this Friday (10/6) for anyone who wants to be a part of the club.  We will be discussing times to work on the set for the musical, fundraisers, homecoming decorations and t-shirt design.  Please make every effort to be there!

    Student Services

Applications are now available in Student Services for students interested in tutoring.   We are still in need of tutors!  


Juniors and Seniors - check in Student Services for the list of upcoming college visits.


Sophomores - Interested in gaining valuable leadership skills?  Then consider applying to participate in the annual HOBY Leadership Conference.  You must provide an essay to be considered. 1-2 students will be selected to represent DHS.  See Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions


This week, the tennis team will be selling DeWitt visors during lunch. The pink visor in honor of Breast Cancer Month is $20 and the blue visor is $17. Get them while they last!


Congrats to the Girls Cross Country Team.  The Lady Panthers placed 2nd out of 12 teams in Division 1 and 2, this past weekend at the DeWitt Invite.  The Panthers were led by Ashley Shipps, followed by Katie Vitou, Hannah Adler, Kaitlyn Hynes, Sofia Perez, Delaney Kirinovic, and Natalie Yabs.   Nice Job Ladies!(10/2)


The Girls' Swimming and Diving Team defeated Jackson 123 - 63. Elise Snyder, Jordyn Shipps, Karlie Janik, Lisette Fenneuff, Monique Jackson, Shelby Satkowiak, Sydney Shipps, and Victoria Powe all won first places.(10/2)


Friday, September 29

posted Sep 29, 2017, 7:40 AM by Barb Laing

Coins for Cancer! The Dewitt Girls Swim and Dive Team is holding a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every seminar will receive a Gatorade bottle that they can fill with all loose pocket change! Dewitt and St. Johns will be competing to raise the most money! The bottles will be picked up on October 4th. Thank you! (9/27, 9/29, 10/2)


ART CLUB--there will be a meeting next Friday (10/6) for anyone who wants to be a part of the club.  We will be discussing times to work on the set for the musical, fundraisers, homecoming decorations and t-shirt design.  Please make every effort to be there!

SPANISH CLUB--is walking to Fiesta Charra for lunch today. If you already turned in your permission form, please Meet in Mrs. Marble’s room after these announcements! (9/29)


LINKS-- There will be a LINKS meeting today during seminar in Ms. Huff’s room. This is for those in both the club and the class. (9/29)


Video Club: there is a meeting today during seminar in Mr. Phillips room. (9/29)


    Student Services

Applications are now available in Student Services for students interested in tutoring.   We are still in need of tutors!  


Juniors and Seniors - check in Student Services for the list of upcoming college visits.


Seniors last name A-G please set up your remind account with Mr. Crowley.  Directions are available at Student Services.


Sophomores - Interested in gaining valuable leadership skills?  Then consider applying to participate in the annual HOBY Leadership Conference.  You must provide an essay to be considered. 1-2 students will be selected to represent DHS.  See Student Services!


Athletics / Recognitions

DeWitt Equestrian Team - Headed to Regional competition tonight!  Meets are double judged in events Saturday and Sunday this weekend.  GOOD LUCK TEAM!


Next week, the tennis team will be selling DeWitt visors during lunch. The pink visor in honor of Breast Cancer Month is $20 and the blue visor is $17. Get them while they last!


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