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  • Senior Panoramic picture will be taken on Feb. 28 in the East faculty parking lot. Picture packages range from $25.00 - $45.00

  • Junior Class shirt pre-sell will be during all lunches Thursday. Shirts are $12.00 short sleeve & $16.00 for long sleeve or both shirts for $25.00.

  • There will be a FREE SAT Math Prep Session DHS or W.T. White HS @ 9 am Sat. Feb. 24

  • CTE will hold a Career Expo & Steam Introduction on Main Street @ 5 p.m. Feb. 22

  • Spanish Club will hold their weekly meting in Room K101 at 3:05 Feb. 22

  • Cheer Tryouts Mandatory Parent Meeting will be held East Seminar Room Wednesday Feb. 21 @ 6:30 pm

  • SAT Math Prep for FREE every Saturday in February see Math Teacher for details

  • EOC Saturday Bootcamp is offered every Saturday Feb 3 -May 5

  • Life Insurance Certification Training will take place Wednesday Feb. 21 at 3:05 in Room I109

  • Today is National Do a Grouch a Favor Day!

  • Yearbooks are on sale until February 23 in Room J105 or at smart-pay.com

  • Free SAT Math Prep sessions every Saturday in February. See a Math teacher for details.

  • Math Magician Club meets every Monday in Room M107

  • ACT tutoring in B135 from 3:15-3:45 each Wednesday beginning January 31 and running through May 1. It is free.

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FCCLA To Prepare For The New Year

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FCCLA Winners. Photo submitted by Ms. Baker

FCCLA Winners. Photo submitted by Ms. Baker

FCCLA Winners. Photo submitted by Ms. Baker

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The FCCLA team competed in their second FCCLA leadership conference and for the second year in a row all students advanced to the state level. They did not have anyone advance to nationals but they were very close.

“The kids stretched their abilities, got out their comfort zones, mastered teamwork, perseverance and knowledge of their subjects and did extremely well,” FCCLA sponsor Kimberly Baker said. “To even place at the State level is something that the kids can be extremely proud of.”

With over 4,000 entries in this year’s state competition the freshman team advanced to 4th in state and the new Hospitality Tourism and Recreation team came in 3rd with every member being awarded $4,000 in scholarships each.

“I am extremely pleased with all the kids that advanced to state,” Baker said. “Even if they didn’t place, they worked their tails of to even get to this point and learned some valuable lessons that they can take forward into the next competition and in life in general.”

The teams will begin planning for next years competition as soon as possible. Enjoying the bonding process through long hours of preparing and working.

“We had lots of fun at the conference, enjoyed ‘family’ meals, lots of laughs and I must say that I think I have the best kids at DHS,” Baker said. “I look forward to watching them grow even more.”

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