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Friday, March 10

posted Mar 10, 2017, 7:31 AM by Barb Laing

Do you have an Overdue Library book?? If you do please either return or renew your book. If you have any questions see Mrs. Sheridan, a.s.a.p. (3/10)


Calling all Talented Students of DHS:  The DeWitt Community Showcase is Thursday, April 13th from 5-7:30pm.  If you would like to perform with instruments or singing and show off your awesomeness to our community, please see Mrs. Williams or Mrs. Griffes for more details.  


For all those in NHS there will be a meeting on Monday, March 13th in Mr. Croley’s room, where a representative from The American Cancer Society will be talking about opportunities to get service hours by working with the upcoming Relay for Life. All NHS members should plan on attending as other initiatives will be discussed concerning the spring “Day of Service”


LINKS-- There will be a brief LINKS meeting today in Ms. Huff’s room.(3/10)


All students going on the Chicago Theater trip should go to Mr. Croley's room for a meeting today during Pride as well as members fo the Pride Alliance


Thanks to those Stand and Deliver cast members who turned in their reflection. If you have not done so please get it in as soon as possible.


The deadline for dodge ball teams has been extended slightly so if you have the desire to put together a team stop in Mr. Croley's room today to get a form. Teams are made up of seven members and each team is guaranteed two games with the chance to move on and claim the grand prize, "CA$H ---- Clubs, teams, and organizations are especially encouraged to put together a dodge ball team and bring it. Who doesn't want to see the French Club go up against the Spanish Club for bragging rights? Perhaps the quick feet of the Soccer team taking on the Lacrosse team, or maybe the Math Club battle against the Chess Club? Rec-ball teams could even reunite for another shot at victory. How about a high school teacher team throwing down against the junior high staff? Don't have a team? No worries. We urge you to come watch the action. For a small fee you can get in the door and have your name in a drawing for amazing giveaways that will take place throughout the event.





BOOK CLUB - We are reading MT Anderson’s Feed. Within the world of Feed, everyone is plugged in, that is, we get the latest news, shopping discounts, scores and updates, all the things we NEED to know, beamed directly into our heads. Yes that’s right, we are all plugged into the feed, thus everyone is properly INFORMED so we know how to behave and just what to buy. But, when a young teen challenges the feed and wants to unplug, the powers that be decide that is just too dangerous. Imagine the risk of a young teenager actually thinking for themselves! - MT Anderson sets up a disturbing dystopian world of tomorrow in his novel, Feed.

Book Club just started reading this novel. Mr. B has a handful of copies, otherwise check the library. This is a great young adult, dystopian novel of how wonderful, and possibly horrific the world of tomorrow can be. (3/10)


S.A.T. STUDY SESSION--Ms. Huff and Mrs. Caler will be having an SAT Study Session on Thursday, March 16th after school in the presentation room. The session is free and will run for about 1 hour. The materials are only available for those attending, and the number of participants will be limited, so please sign up with either Ms. Huff or Mrs. Caler ASAP to attend.


Student Services

If you are planning on taking an AP test in May, your $15.00 deposit needs to be turned into Student Services by March 15.


Volunteers are needed on Friday, March 24th for the Life Unplugged program, which was formerly called Reality Store, that the 8th grade students participate in.  Volunteers are needed from 7:45 to 11:00 and 12:30 to 2:30 at the Junior High and will be helping the students with different tasks at 16 different stations.  Please sign up by Friday, March 17th in Student Services if you are interested.



Athletics / Recognitions


Attention Ladies Track & Field.  There is a meeting today, March 10 in the Cafe. Season information will be distributed so please plan on attending (through March 10)


Attention 2017 Varsity and JV football Players: There is a meeting today, March 10th during seminar in the presentation hall. Summer calendars with camp info will be distributed. Please attend if you plan on playing. (Through March 10)


Attention boys interested in trying out for golf on the 13th.  We will have a meeting in the Commons today, the 10th to go over info for tryouts. Please attend and have your physical completed prior to March 13th. (thru March 10)



Fall Cheerleading tryouts will be on March 20-22 here at the high school.  Tryouts will

begin at 6:00 p.m. and sign ups is in the office.


All guys interested in running track this year.  There is a meeting today in Coach Acre’s room 226 right after announcements.  If you can’t make the meeting stop and see Coach Acre to pick up  handouts.  Practice will be in the gym next Monday.  Be there at 3:00.  Shorts tee-shirt physical and great attitude is all you need.


The DHS Choirs had a great day at District Choral Festival at CMU on March 7th! All three groups received Division 1 ratings. Chamber received the first perfect score in DHS Festival history. Chamber Choir scored 117 out of 120 and Bella Voce scored 111 out of 120.  Great job to all choirs! (3/10)


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