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Wednesday, May 23

posted by Barb Laing

Students working on the murals please report to Mr. Croley’s room now.


To all students who will be on the yearbook staff next school year -- there is an important meeting in Mr. Croley's room today during Seminar right after announcements. Please make plans to attend as there are a few important items that need to be discussed (5/23 only).


CHANGE IN PLANS FOR AP LANG: Mrs. Caler will be waiting until your schedules are finalized to hand out the summer reading information. You will get the information before school is out. There will be another announcement soon to give you the dates to stop by.


If you are registered for AP Lit next year,  please come to Mrs. Anderson’s room - 221 on Wednesday, May 30th or Friday, June 1st during seminar to pick up your summer reading information.  Summer reading is required for the course so don’t forget!


Student Services


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to the Boys Golf team: The boys won the CAAAC Red title yesterday in impressive fashion. All six players broke 80, led by Charlie DeLong with an incredible 8 under par 64. Joey Croley and Brody Sigmon shot 78 while Anthony Joseph, Jack Horan and Parker Dietzel all shot 79.  Well done!


Attention Volleyball Players!  DeWitt volleyball camp is right around the corner! Please talk to you parents and sign up for camp through the Community Education office. Camp runs June 18-20th.


Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer team won its third straight CAAC Gold Cup  Championship beating Okemos 3-2. THREE PEAT!!!!!  Goals from Kendra Brown, Shelby Sims, and Teresa Ashbrook.  Assists by Isabelle Gilmore and two from Lily Stephans. Kennedy Pugh with 9 saves in goal.  The Panthers are 16-1-4 going into districts next week.


Monday, May 21

posted May 21, 2018, 12:26 PM by Barb Laing

Students working on the murals please report to Mr. Croley’s room now.


If you are registered for AP Lang next year, please come to Mrs. Caler’s room on either Wednesday, May 23 or Wednesday, May 30 during seminar to pick up your summer reading information.



Student Services


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to the Lady Panther Track and Field Team.  The Panthers placed 5th overall, as a team, out of 14 teams in last Friday's Regional Meet, in Corunna.  There were 2 school records broken. Katie Vitou broke her own record from last year. Her new record is 5:06.60 for 1600 meters.  Sophia Perez broke the 800 meter record with a time of 2:18.49. Winning the 4x800 relay and qualifying for the State Finals were Sophia Perez, Hannah Adler, Katie Vitou and Ashley Shipps. Placing 3rd and 4th, Ashley Shipps and Hannah Adler qualified for the State Finals in the 3200 meter run. In the 1600 meter run, Katie Vitou placed 3rd and qualified for the State Finals. Additional medal winners are:  Annie McIntosh, Megan Pozgai, Virtue Nicholson, Devyn Ruiz, Hannah Milnes and Kaitlyn Hynes.


Monday, May 14

posted May 14, 2018, 11:12 AM by Barb Laing

ALL library books are DUE May 18th!! If you have an overdue book it needs to be returned or paid for by May 18th! Any senior who has an overdue book please see Mrs. Sheridan a.s.a.p., regarding returning your book or paying your fine no later than May 18th!!


The DHS Pops Concert THIS WEEK! Tickets will be sold during lunches on Thursday and Friday. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. (5/18)


Pops Concert is looking for stage crew members to help run lights, sound, and curtains. No experience is necessary! Please see Ms. Eldred TODAY during seminar in the choir room if you are interested. (5/18)


Empathy and Inclusion Workshop students - For those that participated in the day of Empathy and Inclusion this year. If you are NOT in Mr. Croley’s Creative Leadership class, please see Mr. Croley or Mr. B before Tuesday  (5-14)


D & D Club - please come to Mr. B’s room on Wednesday during seminar. That’s room 224. If you played Dungeons and Dragons this year, stop on by. (5/16)


Book Club - We will meet this coming Sunday at the Crafted Bean here in Dewitt at 11:00am to discuss Speak. Mr. B still has copies if you would like.


Mr. B’s library books - It is getting to be that time of year. If you have a book from Mr. B, please return it within the next week to his room.


Friday, May 11

posted May 11, 2018, 7:48 AM by Barb Laing

Book Club - Please return This is Where it Ends - and grab Speak, our last book. Mr. B has a few copies left. We will meet Sunday May 20th at 11:00am at the Crafted Bean, here in DeWitt, for our last meeting of the year.  (5/11)


LINKS-  There will be a LINKS meeting in Ms. Huff’s room today. We are going on our end of the year field trip next week so stop by to get that information. The field trip is open to anyone who served in LINKS either the class or the club this year.


D and D Club - Mandatory meeting today - Mr. B's room (5-11)


ALL library books are DUE May 18th!! If you have an overdue book it needs to be returned or paid for by May 18th! Any senior who has an overdue book please see Mrs. Sheridan a.s.a.p., regarding returning your book or paying your fine no later than May 18th!!


The DHS Pops Concert is next week! Tickets will be sold during lunches on Thursday the 17th and Friday the 18th. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for students. (5/18)


Empathy and Inclusion Workshop students - For those that participated in the day of Empathy and Inclusion this year. If you are NOT in Mr. Croley’s Creative Leadership class, please see Mr. Croley or Mr. B before Tuesday  (5-14)


The Divided States of America - Come see the latest Act As If production. The show runs tonight and Saturday at 7:00pm in the high school auditorium. The sketch comedy exposes the small nuances that can cause friction in American culture today. Presented stylistically in the same fashion as the famed Second City Comedy Club in Chicago. According to Mr. Battaglia, “I laughed, I cried, I learned a little about Fortnight” So come together to support the theater department and your fellow students and citizens as they expose satire in the world of American culture today! (5/11)


Student Services

Interested in shaping the future? Use your voice and register to vote today. The Lansing league of women’s voters will be here during both lunches today to help students register. If you will be 18 by the November 6th election, you can register. Just bring an ID with you to the registration table at lunch.Voting is your chance to choose and make an impact.


Athletics / Recognitions

Girls Soccer - Congratulations to the DeWitt Girls Varsity Soccer team for defeating Waverly 6-0

Panther goals were scored by: Maria Horak, Alexa Brya, Chloe Averill, Isabelle Gilmore, Abigail Dawes, Teresa Ashbrook, Shelby Sims, and Kendra Brown.  Assists by Isabelle Gilmore, Kendra Brown, Abigail Dawes, Alyssa Estes and Lily Stephan (3). Kennedi Pugh had 3 saves. The team will head up to Traverse City this weekend for a tournament.


Girls Track & Field: Let’s give a shout out to the Track & Field Lady Panthers.  It took the last race of the evening to decide a very close track meet between St. Johns and DeWitt.  St. Johns won a very close 4x400 to win the meet. Nice effort Ladies!


Monday, May 5

posted May 4, 2018, 7:38 AM by Barb Laing

DHS Student Government Elections are underway! Check your email to vote for your class representatives to Student Government for next year.  This group plans Homecoming, Winterfest, our Day of Growth and much more. These individuals represent the entire school so make your voice heard and vote by 3pm today!


Hey DHS! For the past month we have been doing a fundraiser called Pasta For Pennies to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! This fundraiser is coming to an end on Monday May 7th! Besure to bring your spare change or just donate to the white box that is located in your pride class! If we raise enough money for a prize then the top raising pride class will receive a OLIVE GARDEN LUNCH! And second place will get a PIZZA PARTY!!!! SO please donate your spare change! (read Wed. and Fri. this week)


Post Prom: you can still buy tickets for Post Prom today during lunch


Marching Band: Rehearsals for Memorial Day will begin on May 7 and run on Mondays and Wednesdays until Memorial Day. Remember these are mandatory and part of your grade - be a good human and be there for AMERICA! (5/7)


Book Club - If you still have the book This is Where it Ends - please return to Mr. B. ASAP. Our final book is Speak, please see Mr. B for a copy. Also, members should be signed up for Remind - see Lauren Kracko or Maria Vostrizansky, or Mr. B for details. (5-9-18)


D & D Club - We will have a mandatory meeting on Monday May 14th in Mr. B’s room - #224 (5-14-18)


Wednesday, May 2

posted May 2, 2018, 9:00 AM by Barb Laing

AP Government Exam Review Session: There is an AP U.S. Government & Politics review session TODAY during Seminar in the PRESENTATION ROOM.  If you would like to brush up on your vernacular or just want to hear Mr. Brya say the word “vernacular” then please attend.  Teachers, attendance will be taken and email to you.


Reminder Student Leadership Elections! If you are planning on running for Student Government then your applications are due today at 3pm! Drop them off to Mrs. Anderson in room 221 or to her mailbox in the office.  Ballots will be released by Seminar tomorrow Thursday, May 3rd.


All NHS members planning on participating in the Day of Service There is an  important meeting today in Mr. Croley’s room. If you do not attend you may not be able to attend the Day of Service scheduled for next Monday, May 7th. Please come down as soon as possible.


The DeWitt H.S.Theater Department would like to invite you to the spring show on May 10th, 11th, and 12th at 7:00 p.m.. The show, entitled Divided States of America, is a collection of over 30 short sketches presented stylistically much in the same fashion as the famed Second City Comedy Club in Chicago that helped move Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, and Bill Murray to super-stardom. Next Thursday is student night where students get in for just $5 bucks. Otherwise, tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults. Seating is limited and general admission so get your tickets ahead of time and get in line early. Doors open at 6:45. You can purchase tickets all next week at lunch. So get your laugh on -- and go get a taste of big city theater! (please read Wed. 2nd and Fri. 4th)

Hey DHS! For the past month we have been doing a fundraiser called Pasta For Pennies to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! This fundraiser is coming to an end on Monday May 7th! Besure to bring your spare change or just donate to the white box that is located in your pride class! If we raise enough money for a prize then the top raising pride class will receive a OLIVE GARDEN LUNCH! And second place will get a PIZZA PARTY!!!! SO please donate your spare change! (read Wed. and Fri. this week)


Prom tickets are $35 each.  Tickets will be sold at lunch through Thursday.  No tickets will be sold on Friday. Repeat get your Prom tickets at lunch through Thursday, no tickets will be sold on Friday.



Post Prom: Luau 2018! Come join the Luau party at Zap Zone after prom from 11:15-3:30 A.M.!  Your $15 ticket includes unlimited lazer tag, bouncing in “Springz” trampoline area, Glo Golf, and bumper cars!  Along with delicious food and snacks, multiple raffle prizes every 15 minutes, and other activities such as henna & airbrush tattoo, a sleight of hand magician, karaoke with DJ Dela, and caricatures.  Arcade is pay on your own, so bring money for that if you wish. Even if you don’t go to Prom, you can still attend Post Prom if you’re a Jr. or Sr. So, put on the perfect Luau attire, and join the party at Zap Zone!  


Marching Band: Rehearsals for Memorial Day will begin on May 7 and run on Mondays and Wednesdays until Memorial Day. Remember these are mandatory and part of your grade - be a good human and be there for AMERICA! (5/7)


Book Club - make sure you are signed up for Remind. Please return “This is Where it Ends” to Mr. B. We a starting our last book of the year, Speak. Mr. B will have copies by Friday. We will read Speak and then hold our final discussion at the Crafted Bean in DeWitt on Sunday May 20th at 11:00am.


Student Services



Athletics / Recognitions

Girls Soccer -   A key victory for the DeWitt girls soccer team on Monday night!  They defeated Haslett 2-1. Haslett is ranked 5th in the state so great job ladies!

Panther goals scored by:  Shelby Sims and Teresa Ashbrook

Panther assists by: Lily Stephan and Kendra Brown

6 Saves by Kennedi Pugh

Next game is at 6:30 on Wednesday at Mason.  The girls varsity soccer team is  now ranked #4 in the state!


Girls Track Team - Congrats to out the DeWitt Lady Panthers track team for beating Haslett last night. The Panthers won 74-63.  Great Job Ladies!!


Monday, April 30

posted Apr 30, 2018, 9:23 AM by Barb Laing

Reminder Student Leadership Elections! Are you interested in becoming a member of Student Government or Class Officers? It is a great way to get involved in school leadership, being a member of your class, and representing the interests of your peers. Elections are going to be held at the end of this week May 3rd and 4th.  To run for a position you will need to get an application from Mrs. Anderson in room 221. It isn’t too late join today!


Student Leadership Camp Meeting Today! Are you interested in attending a summer camp focused on developing leadership skills and working with students from all across the State of Michigan? If so, then you need to attend today’s seminar meeting in Mrs. Anderson’s room - 221.  There you will learn all about this awesome opportunity to make new friends, develop great skills, and become a better leader in your school, sports teams, clubs, and our community. Scholarships are available! Hope to see you there! There will be sign in at the meeting.  


Prom guest forms and Post Prom guest forms are available in the main office.  If you are bringing a guest from another school you will need a guest form and it must be filled out completely before buying tickets.  Tickets will go on sale on Monday, April 23. Prom tickets will cost $35 each and Post Prom tickets will be $15 each.


Post Prom: Luau 2018! Come join the Luau party at Zap Zone after prom from 11:15-3:30 A.M.!  Your $15 ticket includes unlimited lazer tag, bouncing in “Springz” trampoline area, Glo Golf, and bumper cars!  Along with delicious food and snacks, multiple raffle prizes every 15 minutes, and other activities such as henna & airbrush tattoo, and caricatures.  Arcade is pay on your own, so bring money for that if you wish. Even if you don’t go to Prom, you can still attend Post Prom if you’re a Jr. or Sr. So, put on the perfect Luau attire, and join the party at Zap Zone!  


SADD Club is hosting DeWitt’s first AUGMENTED REALITY DISTRACTED DRIVING SIMULATOR experience this Wednesday, May 2. We will select 100-150 students to participate in an experience where you sit in a real car with Virtual reality goggles and experience the difficulties of distracted driving first hand. Students can expect to miss 40 minutes of class between 8:00 - 2:00  if they are selected to participate.

Please watch the informational videos during seminar and sign up soon! Forms are due to Mrs. Marble this Friday.


Marching Band: Rehearsals for Memorial Day will begin on May 7 and run on Mondays and Wednesdays until Memorial Day. Remember these are mandatory and part of your grade - be a good human and be there for AMERICA! (5/7)


Student Services

If you signed up to take an AP Exam in May you will need to attend an AP Pre-Administration session.  Last name M-Z your make-up day will be today.


Athletics / Recognitions


The Varsity Softball Team won the Larry Baird Softball Classic on Saturday with a 12 to 2 win over LCC and an exciting 10 to 9 win over Central Montcalm.  In game one, Paige Maltby was lights out on the mound, giving up 4 hits and fanning 11 batters. Mattie Leece dominated at the plate going 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs and a triple.  Camryn Bekkering also had 3 RBIs on a 2 for 3 performance. In game two, the panthers would not be denied. Down 2 to 0 after two innings, the panthers put 5 runs across in the 3rd inning and added 2 more in the 4th and 5th innings to take a 9 to 5 lead into the sixth inning.  Central Montcalm answered with 4 runs to tie the game. In the bottom of the 6th inning, Kilee Way-Walton smacked the first pitch over the centerfield fence for the walk-off 10 to 9 win and a tournament championship. The panthers improved to 7 and 4 on the season and start league play this Thursday versus Charlotte. (4/30)


Girls Track

The girls’ track team participated in the prestigious Spartan Classic Track Meet last Friday at MSU.  The following girls placed in their respective events:

3200 Meter Run - Hannah Adler - 8th Place

1600 Meter Run - Katie Vitou- 3rd Place and Ashley Shipps - 5th Place

4 X 800 Relay Team - Adler, Vitou, Shipps, and Hynes - 4th Place

200 Meter Run - Megan Pozgai had a personal best

Congratulations Ladies on a great meet!


Friday, April 27

posted Apr 27, 2018, 7:32 AM by Barb Laing

Student Leadership Elections! Are you interested in becoming a member of Student Government or Class Officers? It is a great way to get involved in school leadership, being a member of your class, and representing the interests of your peers.  If you are, then you need to attend our Elections Meeting today during Seminar in Mrs. Anderson’s room 221. The election process will be explained as well as the roles of these two groups of students. Hope to see you there and bring a friend!


Student Leadership Camp! Are you interested in attending a summer camp focused on developing leadership skills and working with students from all across the State of Michigan? If so, then you need to attend Monday’s seminar meeting in Mrs. Anderson’s room - 221.  There you will learn all about this awesome opportunity to make new friends, develop great skills, and become a better leader in your school, sports teams, clubs, and our community. Scholarships are available! Hope to see you there!


Two Very Important Announcements for NHS Students -- If you are planning to participate in the “Day of Service” you need to sign up in Mr. Croley’s room by the end of the day today as location assignments will be determined early next week.


Senior NHS members --  if you want to wear a NHS stole at graduation you must turn in $23 by the end of day today as orders will soon be placed. Members who do not get their money in on time will be responsible for trying to secure their own.


Prom guest forms and Post Prom guest forms are available in the main office.  If you are bringing a guest from another school you will need a guest form and it must be filled out completely before buying tickets.  Tickets will go on sale on Monday, April 23. Prom tickets will cost $35 each and Post Prom tickets will be $15 each.


Post Prom: Luau 2018! Come join the Luau party at Zap Zone after prom from 11:15-3:30 A.M.!  Your $15 ticket includes unlimited lazer tag, bouncing in “Springz” trampoline area, Glo Golf, and bumper cars!  Along with delicious food and snacks, multiple raffle prizes every 15 minutes, and other activities such as henna & airbrush tattoo, and caricatures.  Arcade is pay on your own, so bring money for that if you wish. Even if you don’t go to Prom, you can still attend Post Prom if you’re a Jr. or Sr. So, put on the perfect Luau attire, and join the party at Zap Zone!  





APES Review Session- today in Mr. Thelen’s room to get the topics associated with the land and water units.  Stop by to get a sheet if you have prior commitments.


SADD Club is hosting DeWitt’s first AUGMENTED REALITY DISTRACTED DRIVING SIMULATOR experience this Wednesday, May 2. We will select 100-150 students to participate in an experience where you sit in a real car with Virtual reality goggles and experience the difficulties of distracted driving first hand. Students can expect to miss 40 minutes of class between 8:00 - 2:00  if they are selected to participate.

Please watch the informational videos during seminar and sign up soon! Forms are due to Mrs. Marble this Friday.


Marching Band: Rehearsals for Memorial Day will begin on May 7 and run on Monday’s and Wednesday’s until Memorial Day. Remember these are mandatory and part of your grade - be a good human and be there for AMERICA! (5/7)


There will be an AP LANG STUDY SESSION today in Mrs. Caler’s room during seminar. First semester and current students are welcome.


Students who had artwork in the community showcase or had art with Ms. Schultz during the third nine weeks, stop by Ms. Schultz’s room to pick up your artwork.  Today is the last day to pick up work!


Book Club - we will meet at Barnes and Nobles this coming Sunday - April 29th from 1:00pm - 3:00pm. Bring your books. We will discuss the novel This is Where it Ends. We will also vote on our last book selection.See Mr. B, Lauren Kracko or Marie Vostrizansky for details. (4/27)


Student Services

If you signed up to take an AP Exam in May you will need to attend an AP Pre-Administration session.  Last name M-Z your make-up day will be today.


Athletics / Recognitions


Girls Varsity Soccer Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer team for defeating Okemos 4-2, Tuesday evening and defeating Charlotte 6-0 last night.  The teams current record is 6 wins, 1 tie, and 1 loss.



DeWitt Panther Goals scored this week by:

Kendra Brown

Lily Stephan

Isabelle Gilmore

Abigail Dawes

Teresa Ashbrook


DeWitt Assists:

Isabelle Gilmore

Kendra Brown

Shelby Sims

Teresa Ashbrook


DeWitt Saves:

Kennidi Pugh - 6

Rylee Smith - 1


The girls have a rescheduled home game Saturday at noon against Fenton.  Please come out and show your support for the team!!


Monday, April 23

posted Apr 23, 2018, 7:53 AM by Barb Laing

Prom guest forms and Post Prom guest forms are now available in the main office.  If you are bringing a guest from another school you will need a guest form and it must be filled out completely before buying tickets.  Tickets will go on sale on Monday, April 23. Prom tickets will cost $35 each and Post Prom tickets will be $15 each.


Prom Is Right Around The Corner!  Gentlemen of DeWitt: visit Rehmann’s in St. Johns for your prom tux rental!  Every Dewitt rental earns $5 given back to DeWitt’s post prom! Great styles, competitive prices- visit Rehmann’s today!


Did you take Mr. McCullen’s Psychology class during the third nine weeks? If so, stop up to see him today if you would like to participate in the hypnosis presentation during fourth block on Thursday - April 26th! If you want to be a brave volunteer who gets hypnotized on stage, you will also need to get a parental permission slip signed. See Mr. McCullen if you have questions. (Please read on 4/23 and 4/25)


There will be an AP LANG STUDY SESSION this Friday, April 27th in Mrs. Caler’s room during seminar. First semester and current students are welcome.


Students who had artwork in the community showcase or had art with Ms. Schultz during the third nine weeks, stop by Ms. Schultz’s room to pick up your artwork.  You have until this Friday, the 27th.


APES Test Review Session- Come to Mr. Thelen’s room during seminar today to receive and discuss the topic list for the Populations and Energy Units.  If you are unable to attend, stop by sometime to get the sheet.


Attention Seniors-If you are interested in helping with Baccalaureate planning please sign up if the main office.  Baccalaureate will be May 29th.


Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Mr. Battaglia has you covered, see him in room #224 for info?


Students and teachers are reminded to encourage one another to participate in the Leukemia Society fundraiser that will run until mid-May. If you can spare a dollar or loose change every now and then it would be greatly appreciated. The seminar class that raises the most money by May 4th will receive an Olive Garden lunch with the second place class getting a pizza party.  


Congratulations to the DHS Choirs and Soloists on their performances at State Solo & Ensemble on Saturday. All 5 soloists, Christine Ciucanu, Emma Clark, Zack Freeman, Alyssa Handspike, and Hannah Rick, received Division 1 ratings. Christine Ciucanu and Emma Clark’d duet and all 3 ensembles - The Men of Chamber, Women’s Select Ensemble, and Chamber Singers - also received Division 1 ratings. The Chamber Singers were chosen in the top 25 choirs in the state, Christine and Emma’s duet was chosen to perform at Michigan Youth Arts Festival, and Emma Clark was chosen as one of the top 12 soloists in the state. Emma will now move on to compete for Soloist of the Year on Tuesday evening. Go Panthers!


Student Services

If you signed up to take an AP Exam in May you will need to attend an AP Pre-Administration session.  Last name A-L if you didn’t fill out your sheet last week today is your make-up day. Last name M-Z your make-up day will be this Friday.


Friday, April 20

posted Apr 20, 2018, 9:02 AM by Barb Laing

Attention… Attention….Video Game Club party tonight 6PM to 11PM. Sign -up during both lunches.Tournaments include Halo 2 v 2, Mario Kart, Smash Bros 4, WII Bowling, League of Legends.  Fortnite is also being played, in a non tournament format.


FCCLA: CURRENT MEMBERS please plan on attending a general membership meeting today during seminar. THANK YOU! (KEEP UNTIL 4/20)


Prom guest forms are now available in the main office.  If you are bringing a guest from another school you will need a guest form and it must be filled out completely before buying tickets.  Tickets will go on sale on Monday, April 23. Prom tickets will cost $40 each and Post Prom tickets will be $15 each.


Prom Is Right Around The Corner!  Gentlemen of DeWitt: visit Rehmann’s in St. Johns for your prom tux rental!  Every Dewitt rental earns $5 given back to DeWitt’s post prom! Great styles, competitive prices- visit Rehmann’s today!


Attention Seniors-If you are interested in helping out Mrs. Reisig with Baccalaureate planning please sign up if the main office.  Baccalaureate will be May 29th.


Looking for a volunteer opportunity? Mr. Battaglia has you covered, see him in room #224 for info?


APES Test Review Session- AP Environmental Science Review session in Mr. Thelen’s room will cover the Air and Atmosphere Units.  Stop by to get a review sheet if you have other commitments.


NHS Volunteers Needed! Attention all NHS students interested in earning 3 service hours! Mr. Palmer and Mr. Delaney are running their annual 3 on 3 basketball tournament after school on Monday, April 23rd and they are in need of 5 or so High School volunteers to help with scorekeeping and operations of the tournament. You are needed from 3PM to 6PM. Please email Mr. Delaney at delaneyb@dewittschools.net or call his school phone at 668-3332 if you can volunteer! Thank you! (Keep until Friday, April 20th)




Students and teachers are reminded to encourage one another to participate in the Leukemia Society fundraiser that will run until mid-May. Please take a moment and notice the box in your room that has been designated to assist those families in need. If you can spare a dollar or loose change every now and then it would be greatly appreciated. As an incentive and "thank you"the Seminar class that raises the most money by May 4th will receive an Olive Garden lunch with the second place class getting a pizza party. Please donate to a worthy cause and encourage others to the same.


Do you have an OVERDUE Library book if so fines have been added to your account. Either return your book or pay the fine, or if you have any questions please see Mrs. Sheridan a.s.a.p. All library books and fines must be return or paid by May 24th!! (4/20)


Hey!...... Guess what? ……. Video Game Club party tonight 6PM to 11PM. Sign -up during both lunches.Tournaments include Halo 2 v 2, Mario Kart, Smash Bros 4, WII Bowling, League of Legends.  Fortnite is also being played, in a non tournament format. Mr. Phillips is the 2x defending WII Bowling Champ. Please come beat him.


Student Services

If you signed up to take an AP Exam in May you will need to attend an AP Pre-Administration session.  They will be held on the following dates during seminar:  Last name M-Z today, with make-up dates on Monday April 23rd and Friday April 27th.

Seniors - the DeWitt Education Association is offering a scholarship to interested seniors.  Stop into Student Services if you are interested. Deadline is April 20.


Did you know: That there is a VIDEO GAME PARTY TONIGHT .. 6PM to 11PM

Athletics / Recognitions


The Varsity Softballers downed the Williamston Hornets last night 15 to 2 and 18 to 0.  In Game One, Kilee Way-Walton led the way with 2 doubles and 4 RBIs, while Camryn Bekkering, Paige Rush, and Mattie Leece also added doubles and multiple RBIs.  Karly Rothwell smacked a triple, going 2 for 3 and Paige Maltby earned the win, fanning 9 batters. In Game two, the panthers dominated behind Maltby’s second no-hitter of the season.  Leece led the way with 6 stolen bases, while Alleyna DeSmith, Kayla Bevier, Ashleigh Armstrong, and Kelli Teszlewicz all had RBIs. The panthers improve to 4 and 1 on the season and travel to face a good Fowlerville team today.


JV Football-don’t forget about weight training on Saturday at 9:00 a.m.





Teachers please release boys and girls track team members for a meet in Chelsea today at 11:40


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