Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Wednesday, October 17th


STUDENT NEWS

Russian Language Club is starting soon.  If you're interested in learning Russian language and culture, sign up for after-school lessons taught by Ram student,  Aya.  She is a foreign exchange student from Kyrgyzstan.   Questions and sign-ups in E39.

The Men's cross country team competed in the Mississippi Valley Divisional Meet last Friday at the  Soccer Complex.  The Varsity finished 4th overall and were lead by Isaiah Schaetzel's 3rd place finish, which landed him first team all-conference honors.

Connor Kilgore earned 2nd team all-conference honors with his 14th place finish, while Evan Wile finished 16th, earning him honorable mention all-conference.  Also competing for the Rams varsity were Ben Cook, Easton Stackis, and Drew Weber.

The Rams also finished 4th in the Junior Varsity race.  Scoring for the Rams included Jacob Tilp, Connor Miller, Tim Iverson, Jack Fisher, and Calvin Davis.

In the Freshman/Sophomore race, the Rams finished 4th again, lead by scoring runners Zach Kahle, Reed Kelly, Ty Printy, Josh Wu, and Collin Hillary.

The Rams compete next at the regional Meet in Cedar Rapids this Thursday

Attention Seniors:  Jostens will be here on November 6th during A and D support time to get your height and weight for your cap and gown.   You will meet in the Auditorium.  It is critical that you be in attendance.  Thank You! 

REMINDER:  Registration for the next session of Driver’s Ed is going on now.  You may pick up registration forms in the business office.  Registrations will not be taken after 24th. 

Hey guys! Do you sing? The Dubuque Senior Men’s Ensemble is looking for any guys that want to sing (and maybe eat a donut). Be a part of something new and exciting for musical men at Dubuque Senior! Beginning Thursday morning October 25th in the choir room we’ll meet at 7 and sing a few tunes and enjoy a donut. See Mr. Chesher for details. There will probably be donuts there too. 

Students and Staff – Have you noticed a lock of Rampages in your classrooms?  That’s because we’ve gone fully online!!  To check out our stories, visit dshsrampage.org !  Be sure to follow us on Twitter as well to be alerted of new stories as soon as they are posted.  Follow us at   @DSHSRampageEcho


STUCO ZONE

 COUNSELORS OFFICE

ACTIVITIES

Girls Basketball:  Any girl interested in playing basketball this year must stop and see Mr. Deutsch in room B-137. You will receive the first months practice schedule and other important information so you can start the season on time.
STUDENTS – are you interested in going out for a WINTER SPORT?  If so, get signed up today in the Activities Office.  You will need to make sure you have all the required paperwork on file.

Men’s and Women’s Bowling, Men’s Swimming, and Women’s Basketball start on November 5th and Men’s Basketball and Wrestling start on November 12th.  Don’t wait to get signed up!  Go to the Activities Office to learn more!

JOBS

The Justice store at the Kennedy Mall is looking for part-time employees – Stop in the counseling office for more info.

Other businesses looking or ambitious individuals include:  Target, Shopko, Colony Brand, Kohls, Hy-Vee, Dunkin Donuts, Dairy Queen, Grand Harbor and Texas Roadhouse. 


COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE


October 17th           8:25a.m.                 U of Iowa
                                9:15a.m.                 Simpson
                               12:45p.m.               Iowa Central

October 23rd           8:25a.m.                 UW Platteville
                                12:45p.m.               Clarke

October 31st            9:15a.m.                 NICC

Monday, October 15, 2018

Tuesday, October 16th


STUDENT NEWS

REMINDER:  Registration for the next session of Driver’s Ed is going on now.  You may pick up registration forms in the business office.  Registrations will not be taken after 24th. 

Congratulations to the women’s swim and dive team on their performance at the MVC Supermeet on Saturday.  The team finished as divisional runners-up and in 6th place overall.  Leading the way was Anna Pfeiffer with two conference titles in the 50 and 100 Free and earning conference athlete of the year.  Other all-conference honors went to Maci Boffeli, Izzy Gile, Taylor Kremer, Tabby Monahan, Delaney Noel, Grace Pope, Catherine Schueller, Hannah Trimble, and Claire Wedewer.  Great job to all the swimmers and divers. 

DUBUQUE SENIOR GIRLS' XC:   Congratulations to the Ram Varsity Girls' Cross-Country team for defending their conference championship!  The Rams' conference dominance was solidified on Friday at the Dubuque Soccer Complex as the Rams placed three runners in the top five.  Individual champion and MVC Athlete of the Year Claire Edmondson paced the Rams, while Lillian Schmidt was close behind, finishing as runner-up.  Izzy 'Gazpacho' Gorton cruised to a 5th  place finish, as well.  All three ladies earned 1st team all-conference honors.  Ashley Donovan in 11th and Lucia Nelson  in 12th raced very well, earning 2nd team all-conference honors.  Senior Olivia Kruse finished in 15th to garner honorable mention all-conference honors. Freshman Lucy Tompkins Garroute and Lily Balayti both ran well, finishing inside the top 30 of their first ever conference meet!

Tomorrow:  Frosh-Soph and Junior Varsity Results Announced.
Keep it rocking, ladies!  Districts and State are on the horizon!

Hey guys! Do you sing? The Dubuque Senior Men’s Ensemble is looking for any guys that want to sing (and maybe eat a donut). Be a part of something new and exciting for musical men at Dubuque Senior! Beginning Thursday morning October 25th in the choir room we’ll meet at 7 and sing a few tunes and enjoy a donut. See Mr. Chesher for details. There will probably be donuts there too. 

Students and Staff – Have you noticed a lock of Rampages in your classrooms?  That’s because we’ve gone fully online!!  To check out our stories, visit dshsrampage.org !  Be sure to follow us on Twitter as well to be alerted of new stories as soon as they are posted.  Follow us at   @DSHSRampageEcho

Regardless of which branch of the military a veteran served on, we know that they made a great sacrifice to protect our country.  During conferences this fall, National Honor Society is giving a way to thank them for their bravery.  

Please bring non-perishable food items or paper products with you to conferences on Tuesday, Oct. 16, or Thursday, Oct. 18.  All items will be donated to the veterans association to help veterans in need. 

On Wednesday, November 7th 14 Senior students will have the opportunity to compete in the University of Wisconsin Platteville Math Contest.  Please let your math teacher know if you are interested in competing for the Rams. 

STUCO ZONE

 COUNSELORS OFFICE

ACTIVITIES

Men’s Swimming Informational Meeting-  There will be a men’s swimming informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:10 AM or 2:30 PM.  All returning and interested swimmers should plan to attend one of these meetings.  If you are unable to attend a meeting, please see coach Huff in room B142. 

Are you interested in Cheerleading?  There will be a Mini-Tryout to fill some vacant spots on the Winter Cheer Team for the 2018-19 Basketball Team!  The tryouts will be held on both Monday, October 22nd and Tuesday, October 23rd in the Wrestling Room from 3:30 – 5:30 pm.  There is a MANDATORY packet of information that needs to be filled out and turned in before you can tryout.  These packets are available at the Activities Office.  So, if you’re interested in being a cheerleader and didn’t have the opportunity to tryout last spring, now’s your chance!

STUDENTS – are you interested in going out for a WINTER SPORT?  If so, get signed up today in the Activities Office.  You will need to make sure you have all the required paperwork on file.

Men’s and Women’s Bowling, Men’s Swimming, and Women’s Basketball start on November 5th and Men’s Basketball and Wrestling start on November 12th.  Don’t wait to get signed up!  Go to the Activities Office to learn more!

JOBS

The Justice store at the Kennedy Mall is looking for part-time employees – Stop in the counseling office for more info.

Other businesses looking or ambitious individuals include:  Target, Shopko, Colony Brand, Kohls, Hy-Vee, Dunkin Donuts, Dairy Queen, and Grand Harbor. 


COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE


October 16th           8:25a.m.                 St Ambrose
                               10:05a.m.                Cornell

October 17th           8:25a.m.                 U of Iowa
                               9:15a.m.                  Simpson
                               12:45p.m.               Iowa Central

October 23rd           8:25a.m.                 UW Platteville
                                12:45p.m.                Clarke

October 31st            9:15a.m.                 NICC

Friday, October 12, 2018

Monday, October 15th


STUDENT NEWS

Students and Staff – Have you noticed a lock of Rampages in your classrooms?  That’s because we’ve gone fully online!!  To check out our stories, visit dshsrampage.org !  Be sure to follow us on Twitter as well to be alerted of new stories as soon as they are posted.  Follow us at   @DSHSRampageEcho

Regardless of which branch of the military a veteran served on, we know that they made a great sacrifice to protect our country.  During conferences this fall, National Honor Society is giving a way to thank them for their bravery.  

Please bring non-perishable food items or paper products with you to conferences on Tuesday, Oct. 16, or Thursday, Oct. 18.  All items will be donated to the veterans association to help veterans in need. 

On Wednesday, November 7th 14 Senior students will have the opportunity to compete in the University of Wisconsin Platteville Math Contest.  Please let your math teacher know if you are interested in competing for the Rams. 

STUCO ZONE

 COUNSELORS OFFICE

ACTIVITIES

Men’s Swimming Informational Meeting-  There will be a men’s swimming informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:10 AM or 2:30 PM.  All returning and interested swimmers should plan to attend one of these meetings.  If you are unable to attend a meeting, please see coach Huff in room B142. 

Are you interested in Cheerleading?  There will be a Mini-Tryout to fill some vacant spots on the Winter Cheer Team for the 2018-19 Basketball Team!  The tryouts will be held on both Monday, October 22nd and Tuesday, October 23rd in the Wrestling Room from 3:30 – 5:30 pm.  There is a MANDATORY packet of information that needs to be filled out and turned in before you can tryout.  These packets are available at the Activities Office.  So, if you’re interested in being a cheerleader and didn’t have the opportunity to tryout last spring, now’s your chance!

STUDENTS – are you interested in going out for a WINTER SPORT?  If so, get signed up today in the Activities Office.  You will need to make sure you have all the required paperwork on file.

Men’s and Women’s Bowling, Men’s Swimming, and Women’s Basketball start on November 5th and Men’s Basketball and Wrestling start on November 12th.  Don’t wait to get signed up!  Go to the Activities Office to learn more!

JOBS

The Justice store at the Kennedy Mall is looking for part-time employees – Stop in the counseling office for more info.

Other businesses looking or ambitious individuals include:  Target, Shopko, Colony Brand, Kohls, Hy-Vee, Dunkin Donuts, Dairy Queen, and Grand Harbor. 


COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE


October 16th           8:25a.m.                 St Ambrose
                             10:05a.m.               Cornell

October 17th           8:25a.m.                 U of Iowa
                             9:15a.m.                 Simpson
                             12:45p.m.               Iowa Central

October 23rd           8:25a.m.                 UW Platteville
                             12:45p.m.               Clarke

October 31st            9:15a.m.                 NICC

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Thursday, October 11th


STUDENT NEWS

Regardless of which branch of the military a veteran served on, we know that they made a great sacrifice to protect our country.  During conferences this fall, National Honor Society is giving a way to thank them for their bravery.  

Please bring non-perishable food items or paper products with you to conferences on Tuesday, Oct. 16, or Thursday, Oct. 18.  All items will be donated to the veterans association to help veterans in need. 

On Wednesday, November 7th 14 Senior students will have the opportunity to compete in the University of Wisconsin Platteville Math Contest.  Please let your math teacher know if you are interested in competing for the Rams. 

STUCO ZONE

 COUNSELORS OFFICE


ACTIVITIES

Men’s Swimming Informational Meeting-  There will be a men’s swimming informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:10 AM or 2:30 PM.  All returning and interested swimmers should plan to attend one of these meetings.  If you are unable to attend a meeting, please see coach Huff in room B142. 

Are you interested in Cheerleading?  There will be a Mini-Tryout to fill some vacant spots on the Winter Cheer Team for the 2018-19 Basketball Team!  The tryouts will be held on both Monday, October 22nd and Tuesday, October 23rd in the Wrestling Room from 3:30 – 5:30 pm.  There is a MANDATORY packet of information that needs to be filled out and turned in before you can tryout.  These packets are available at the Activities Office.  So, if you’re interested in being a cheerleader and didn’t have the opportunity to tryout last spring, now’s your chance!

STUDENTS – are you interested in going out for a WINTER SPORT?  If so, get signed up today in the Activities Office.  You will need to make sure you have all the required paperwork on file.

Men’s and Women’s Bowling, Men’s Swimming, and Women’s Basketball start on November 5th and Men’s Basketball and Wrestling start on November 12th.  Don’t wait to get signed up!  Go to the Activities Office to learn more!

JOBS


COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE


October 11th            8:25a.m.                 Truman State University
12:45p.m.               Capri

October 16th           8:25a.m.                 St Ambrose
                             10:05a.m.               Cornell

October 17th           8:25a.m.                 U of Iowa
                             9:15a.m.                 Simpson
                             12:45p.m.               Iowa Central

October 23rd           8:25a.m.                 UW Platteville
                             12:45p.m.               Clarke

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Wednesday, October 10th


STUDENT NEWS

Book Club meets today at 2:25 in the library for Children of Blood and Bone.  See you there!!

Attention Rams!  There will be a STUDENT VOICE meeting in the Auditorium on Wednesday, October 10th during both A or D support time.  The STUDENT VOICE meeting is time to visit with Dr. Johnson about things going at Dubuque Senior and provide input on how we can make Our House better.  To attend this meeting to share your voice or to be heard, students should sign up for their Support Time using FlexiSCHED.     Look for STUDENT VOICE meeting or look for an offering by Ms. Pfohl.  Attendance will be taken!  We look forward to hear from you! 

Regardless of which branch of the military a veteran served on, we know that they made a great sacrifice to protect our country.  During conferences this fall, National Honor Society is giving a way to thank them for their bravery.  

Please bring non-perishable food items or paper products with you to conferences on Tuesday, Oct. 16, or Thursday, Oct. 18.  All items will be donated to the veterans association to help veterans in need. 

On Wednesday, November 7th 14 Senior students will have the opportunity to compete in the University of Wisconsin Platteville Math Contest.  Please let your math teacher know if you are interested in competing for the Rams. 

We were able to order extra 2018 Yearbooks.  The yearbooks will be available to purchase for $50, beginning Tuesday October 9th at the Business Office window.  We have a limited number of 2018 yearbooks to sell.

STUCO ZONE

 COUNSELORS OFFICE


ACTIVITIES

Men’s Swimming Informational Meeting-  There will be a men’s swimming informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:10 AM or 2:30 PM.  All returning and interested swimmers should plan to attend one of these meetings.  If you are unable to attend a meeting, please see coach Huff in room B142. 

Are you interested in Cheerleading?  There will be a Mini-Tryout to fill some vacant spots on the Winter Cheer Team for the 2018-19 Basketball Team!  The tryouts will be held on both Monday, October 22nd and Tuesday, October 23rd in the Wrestling Room from 3:30 – 5:30 pm.  There is a MANDATORY packet of information that needs to be filled out and turned in before you can tryout.  These packets are available at the Activities Office.  So, if you’re interested in being a cheerleader and didn’t have the opportunity to tryout last spring, now’s your chance!

STUDENTS – are you interested in going out for a WINTER SPORT?  If so, get signed up today in the Activities Office.  You will need to make sure you have all the required paperwork on file.

Men’s and Women’s Bowling, Men’s Swimming, and Women’s Basketball start on November 5th and Men’s Basketball and Wrestling start on November 12th.  Don’t wait to get signed up!  Go to the Activities Office to learn more!

JOBS

Colony Brands are hiring lineworkers and forklift workers.  Must be 16 – flexible hours-wages start at $11.50 per hour.  Stop in counseling office for more info. 

COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE


October 11th            8:25a.m.                 Truman State University
 12:45p.m.               Capri

October 16th           8:25a.m.                 St Ambrose
                                10:05a.m.               Cornell

October 17th           8:25a.m.                 U of Iowa
                               9:15a.m.                 Simpson
                               12:45p.m.               Iowa Central

October 23rd           8:25a.m.                 UW Platteville
                                12:45p.m.               Clarke