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Monday, January 14

posted Jan 14, 2019, 7:31 AM by Barb Laing

BOOK CLUB - We are reading the Hunger Games. See Mr. B for a copy. We also have concession opportunities coming up. If you need community service hours, see Mr. B as well. (1/18)


Attention those of who you enjoy going to concerts: The Yearbook staff is looking for a few more photos to be featured in the book. If you have photos of you and/or a group of friends who have attended a concert please send them to dewitthsyearbook2019@gmail.com by next Tuesday as the deadline for this spread is quickly approaching. Concert photos must be from this year, please no photos from past years. Thank you. (1/14)


Congratulations to the Robotics teams - On Saturday the teams traveled to Jenison where all four DeWitt teams competed with 44 teams in attendance. Team 1581B made up of Toby Kind, Matthew Craig and Kenny Rzeszutko were undefeated to start the day, but ended in 8th place and made it into the semi-finals before losing. The Seniors ended up with a couple losses and in 12th place. With heading into tournament play the seniors and juniors fought hard, but did not make it past the the first round of tournament play. All of the teams had a phenomenal season and the senior team is the only team to be moving on to the State Championship at MSU on Feb. 24th. Awesome job!


2019 Winterfest Court Nominations have been sent to your email. You must vote by Friday! Remember that your nominees should be people who best represent your class. Nominees will be announced next week. VOTE NOW! (1/18)


ATTENTION All DHS FEMALES: The DeWitt YMCA is offering FREE weight training for any interested high school girl.  The program is called Girls of the Blacktop and it takes place every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:45-3:30 until March.  This is a great opportunity to learn the basics of safe weight training while improving your strength. The class will be led by Karen Barnett an International Federation of Body Building and Fitness Pro, or in other words--she knows her stuff!  Grab a friend or two and check it out!! See Mrs. Leister is you have any questions. (1/25)



Currently the yearbook staff is in need of photos that capture the essence of how students escape the rigor and stress of high school. They are looking for a variety of ways people relax, and chill in efforts to relieve the many pressures affiliated with high school.  Pictures and quotes are needed by the end of the week; Friday Jan 18th. Photos can be sent of you or your friends relaxing, and spending time worry free. Ex: walking your dog, yoga, movies, dancing, cooking, shopping etc… Photos should be emailed to  dewitthsyearbook2019@gmail.com, or sent directly to Jacob Orth. Any questions can be answered by Jacob Orth, or editors Grace Brown, and Michael Joseph.


Student Services

AP TESTING: Any student in an AP class first and/or second semester wanting to take an AP exam you must sign up for test by going online. A student can find that information on the DeWitt High School webpage under Student Services.  Any questions please see your counselor.

LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS: Applications are available online by going to the Student                                                          Services on the DHS webpage. Local Scholarships are available to all seniors.

       

Athletics / Recognitions


The Girls Varsity Basketball team raised its record to 8-1 with a balanced scoring effort Friday night, led by Annie McIntosh’s 16 points as the team beat Holt 55-34. Sydney Mills and Lily Stephan each contributed 9 points for the Panthers who travel to Grand Ledge on Tuesday night for a key CAAC-Blue contest, with the boys game starting at 6:00. (1-14)


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