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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.


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