Students celebrate the end of the college project with an impromptu word & picture extravaganza.
Memorial Day weekend is the kickoff to summer. Pools open. Outdoor grills get scrubbed. Vacation plans are set. But, do you know why Americans celebrate Memorial Day? And, just what is Decoration Day? For more information, check out the link: MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
HONORS ENGLISH 8
PECHA KUCHA PRESENTATIONS CONTINUED
COLLEGE FAIR PREPARATIONS AND/OR READING COMPREHENSION ACTIVITY
ENJOY THE THREE DAY WEEKEND!
Students completed a reading comprehension activity using three non-fiction articles.
Late work is accepted through Tuesday, May 31st. No late work, including the college fair project, will be accepted after May 31st.
The College Fair will be held on Wednesday, June 1st from 8:15 to 11:40. All parents, guardians, family members and friends of the family are welcome. Please sign in at the office and continue on to the cafeteria.
IF YOU SIGNED UP FOR SUMMER SCHOOL AT DHS AND ARE WONDERING WHEN YOU WILL FIND OUT IF YOU GOT YOUR CLASS(ES), YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THE COURSE REQUEST ON-LINE ONCE THE SCHOOL YEAR ENDS.
IF YOU ARE WAITING TO HEAR ABOUT THE A.P. HUMAN GEOGRAPHY CLASS (HUG), YOU CAN MEET WITH YOUR COUNSELOR IN AUGUST DURING REGISTRATION BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS TO FIND OUT. OR, YOU CAN EMAIL YOUR DESIGNATED COUNSELOR.
Students began finishing up their final drafts for the “Construction of a College Experience Essay.” Those who completed the assignment turned in their essay. Those who are not finished will turn it in tomorrow.