November 13th-17th

November 13th-17th
November 16th, 2017

November is College Awareness Month.  Your teachers have some advice for you when thinking about your post-secondary options.

​Mr. Kolobakken attended Minot State University.​  His advice is, "I would seriously consider a trade school, such as NDSCS in Wahpeton, North Dakota. Look ahead and visualize how you want to live your life and what you want to achieve. Set long-term goals first and then set your shorter-term goals to achieve those long-term goals. Above all, work hard and believe in yourself. Remember that you control your destiny."

 ALL GIRLS NOT PARTICIPATING IN GIRLS BASKETBALL OR CHEERLEADING, PLEASE MOVE OUT OF THE LARGE RED LOCKERS. THIS INCLUDED BOTH LOCKER ROOMS. PLEASE DO THIS ASAP!!! THANKS!

Boys if you ordered your tux from sugar plum please get it today they are open till 5!!!

Cheerleaders:  Please turn in your uniforms and bow today November 16th at 4:30 pm in the cheer room. 

Student Council meeting at lunch today, Nov 16, in Mr. Skalsky's room. See you there!

 

 Freshman will report to a class meeting on Thursday after announcements in the auditorium.  

Winter Cheer:  We will be having cheer practice in the top part of the gym on November 16, 17, & 20th from 5:00-6:30 pm. The Cheer Tryouts will be held in the Cafeteria on November 21st from 5-7 pm.  Teams will be posted no later than November 22nd. If you have questions please call Mandy Boner at 377-1105 or 377-7857. 

Lunch for today: Pizza sticks with fruit, veggie, and milk or salad bar.




November 14th, 2017

On Tuesday, Juniors are taking the ASVAB.  Juniors, please report to the auditorium on Tuesday morning.  Attendance will be taken there.  After the ASVAB is complete, you will load buses to go to DCC to attend career sessions.  Students with last names Anderson-Melencio will load the bus with Miss Broadus.  Students with last names Melton-Zheleva will load the bus with Mrs. Cobb.  Students, you will be provided lunch at DCC.  They are planning to serve pizza.  If you have any allergies to this, please talk with Mrs. Hoffer to make other arrangements.  See Mrs. Hoffer if you have questions.

November is College Awareness Month.  Your teachers have some advice for you when thinking about your post-secondary options.Mr. Temple attended Dickinson State University and Montana State University-Bozeman.  His advice is, "Choose to study something that interests you enough that you can make it your passion because you have a long work life ahead of you. Chasing money and materials will lead to disappointment. Find what you like to do, get good at it, and those things will take care of themselves. Everything new in life creates anxiety. Your first few weeks at college, trade school, or your new job will be no different. It gets better with time. Don't hide in your dorm room. Everyone will be in the same boat as you, nervous and a bit homesick. "

1st turn in day for freshman magazine sales is tomorrow morning before school.  Any freshman who has not received the magazine packet because they were absent last week please pick one up from Mr. Sikveland.  If you have any questions talk to Mr. Sikveland or one of your Freshman class officers.  Remember this fundraiser is for your class.

 

Cheerleaders:  Please turn in your uniforms and bow on November 16th at 4:30 pm in the cheer room. 

Key Club: There will not be a Key Club meeting today. The next meeting will be next Tuesday."

Juniors and Seniors:  Minot State University will be visiting the DCHS counseling office Wednesday, November 15th at 8:15 am.  Please make arrangements with your classroom teacher if you would like to speak with this rep.

Reminder to all Fall Activity participantsThe Fall Sports Banquet will be held Tuesday night at 6:00 pm at the Moose Lodge.  Dinner is free for all DCHS Fall Activity participants.  This includes Band and all others included in a Fall Activity.  Make sure to attend and support your classmates!

Winter Cheer: If you are interested in trying out for the Winter Cheer Season, please sign up in the office by November 15th.  We will be having cheer practice in the top part of the gym on November 16, 17, & 20th from 5:00-6:30 pm. The Cheer Tryouts will be held in the Cafeteria on November 21st from 5-7 pm.  Teams will be posted no later than November 22nd. If you have questions please call Mandy Boner at 377-1105 or 377-7857. 

DCHS Activities: Drug Screen for winter athletics will be today 11/14 after school from 3:30-6:00 PM. Anyone wanting to participate in girls & boys Basketball, Wrestling, and Cheer need to get screened. Thanks!

FCCLA: FCCLA is doing warm up Wednesday. Every Wednesday morning upstairs in the student lounge from 7:30-8:15. Coffee and Hot Coco $1.00 per cup.

COED: Tickets on sale they are 15.00 each. You can get them at lunch time by the cafeteria from 11/8 to 11/15.

Lunch for today: Chicken Drummies with potato, fruit, veggie, and milk or salad bar.



November 13th

On Tuesday, Juniors are taking the ASVAB.  Juniors, please report to the auditorium on Tuesday morning.  Attendance will be taken there.  After the ASVAB is complete, you will load buses to go to DCC to attend career sessions.  Students with last names Anderson-Melencio will load the bus with Miss Broadus.  Students with last names Melton-Zheleva will load the bus with Mrs. Cobb.  Students, you will be provided lunch at DCC.  They are planning to serve pizza.  If you have any allergies to this, please talk with Mrs. Hoffer to make other arrangements.  See Mrs. Hoffer if you have questions.

November is College Awareness Month.  Your teachers have some advice for you when thinking about your post-secondary options. Mr. Skalsky attended Northwest College (community college), University of Wyoming ​and Western Governors University (online-masters)​.  His suggestion is, "I think it would be beneficial to take different classes to seek a career that interests you. It is okay to not start at a large university, the setting can be intimidating, a smaller college is a good transition. Get involved in activities or groups, college is the experience that you make it.​"​

Monday- no credit recovery for Monday November 13th.

Girls Basketball: There will be a short girls basketball meeting for all girls freshman through senior that are planning on playing basketball this winter. The meeting will take place at 3:30PM in the cafeteria.

Boys Basketball:  There will be a meeting after school today in Mr. Sikvelands room for all boys who are interested in playing basketball this year.

Reminder to all Fall Activity participantsThe Fall Sports Banquet will be held Tuesday night at 6:00 pm at the Moose Lodge.  Dinner is free for all DCHS Fall Activity participants.  This includes Band/Forensics and all others included in a Fall Activity.  Make sure to attend and support your classmates!

Winter Cheer: If you are interested in trying out for the Winter Cheer Season, please sign up in the office by November 15th.  We will be having cheer practice in the top part of the gym on November 16, 17, & 20th from 5:00-6:30 pm. The Cheer Tryouts will be held in the Cafeteria on November 21st from 5-7 pm.  Teams will be posted no later than November 22nd. If you have questions please call Mandy Boner at 377-1105 or 377-7857. 

DCHS Activities: Drug Screen for winter athletics will be today 11/13 and tomorrow 11/14 after school from 3:30-6:00 PM. Anyone wanting to participate in girls & boys Basketball, Wrestling, and Cheer need to get screened. Thanks!

FCCLA: FCCLA is doing warm up Wednesday. Every Wednesday morning upstairs in the student lounge from 7:30-8:15. Coffee and Hot Coco $1.00 per cup.

COED: Tickets on sale they are 15.00 each. You can get them at lunch time by the cafeteria from 11/8 to 11/15.

Lunch for today: Hot Ham & Cheese sandwich with potato, fruit, veggie, and milk or salad bar.

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