Washington DC Trip Information - Anyone interested in going to Washington DC for the Presidential Inauguration in January should attend a meeting during Seminar on Wednesday, September 21 in the Library. This is open to all DHS students. Students who are already signed up do not need to attend. (Teachers: attendance will be taken and emailed to you.) - (9/21)
Attention Key Club Officers: Lexie Brya, Lucy Gill, Nicole Villarreal, Lauren DesChenes, and Emily Buffa - We will have a meeting on Friday during Seminar in Mrs. Anderson's room - 221. Please be sure to attend so that we can meet and get our first general meeting planned. See Mrs. Anderson for a pass. (9/23)
THE WRITING CENTER is open!
Come to room 207 during seminar any day for help with writing and Language Arts assignments. Any subject. Any stage of the process. WE ARE OPEN!
SPANISH CLUB MEETING
Today in room 128 (that’s Mrs. Marble’s room) during seminar. Spanish club is open to all students, come check it out!
(Teachers) -attendance will be emailed today and students will have passess for all future meetings.
The after school Homework Lab is only open Monday - Thursday, 2:30 - 4 pm. (9/16)
Last year’s CULINARY CLUB members, please meet again on OCTOBER 19.
NEW CLUB! ALL STUDENTS who are eligible
Attention students who are interested in joining FCCLA...If you missed the first meeting and want to join, our next meeting will be TODAY September 21st AFTER SCHOOL. We will begin promptly at 2:30. This month is suicide awareness month and we will be planning an outreach activity. The meeting will last about 30 minutes. Please RSVP since Pizza will be provided. The RSVP list is located outside room 132.(9/21)
Attention Math “Nerds”: If you are an inquisitive math student who likes to be challenged, the Michigan Math Prize Competition exam may be for you! This is a statewide competition intended to recognize and reward students who possess strong math abilities. The first exam is on October 11th. See Mrs. Ezze in room 223 for more information. Deadline to sign up is September 23rd. (9/23)
If you appreciate creativity, want to connect with passionate students or if you are looking for unique learning opportunities, come to the Dewitt Creativity Group meeting Wednesday, September 21st in Mr. Croley's room This is the first meeting of the year and we will be discussing: what DCG is, our agenda for the year, and our yearly trip to Art Prize in Grand Rapids.Your ideas and voice matter, so be sure to attend and bring a friend! See you Wednesday! (09/21)
College Visits: TODAY - Aquinas College and Michigan Technological University will be visiting during Seminar. Any interested senior must sign up in Student Services to attend.
There are several colleges visiting during September and October. You must sign up in Student Services to attend. There is a list in Student Services as well.
Seniors - if you are interested in receiving information on scholarships and other important information and reminders during your senior year, sign up for Mrs. Gerrish’s REMIND! Information is in Student Services or check your GAPPS account for more information.
Tutor opportunity: Any sophomore, junior or senior interested in tutoring, applications are now available in Student Services. We are still in need of students for tutoring.
Attention Seniors - The Consent for Access to Student Transcript form must be filled out, signed and returned to Student Services BEFORE we send your transcript to any college or university. We will not send your transcript unless this form is returned.
Athletics / Recognitions
Congrats go out to the Lady Panther Cross Country team who placed 24th out of about 40 teams this past weekend at the prestigious Spartan Invitational. The ladies ran in the Elite division where they compete against the state’s best female runners in all divisions.
Leading the panthers were: Katie Vitou, Hannah Adler, Ashley Shipps, Kelsey Grost, Stephanie Robinson, Natalie Yabs and Kara Johnson. Great Job Ladies! (9/16)
Nice Job Dakota Dietz! He placed second in the CAAC jamboree last night with a time of 17:22! (9/21)
The girls cross country team placed second last night in their first of three Jamborees. The girls were just seven points out of first. The panthers were led by Katie Vitou, Hannah Adler, Ashley Shipps, Kelsey Grost, Stephanie Robinson, Natalie Yabs and Kara Johnson. Good Job Ladies! (9/21)