Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Thursday, May 24, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

2018 Congrats to the following Pepe Awards for 4th Year Videos!

Best Video: The Avengers: Infinity War - Erin McDonough, Jaxen Shaw-VanNatta, Devin Walker, Ben Schultz, Kirsten Lucy, Hudson Koehler & Noah Meus

 Best Actor: Addison Aronson - La Oficina
 Best Actress: Hannah Burke - Nacho Libre
 Best Supporting Actor: Ben Schultz - The Avengers: Infinity War
 Best Supporting Actress: Lauren Kass - High School Musical
 Best Special Effects: The Avengers: Infinity War
 Best Music: The Avengers: Infinity War
 Best Dressed Man: Conner Ariss - High School Musical & Conner Knapp - The Avengers: Infinity War
 Best Dressed Woman: Tonee LaFayette - ¿QuĂ© hora es?
 Best Action: The Avengers: Infinity War
 Best Bloopers: La Oficina - AJ Beck, Lauryn Doepke, Michael Welborn, Thomas Welborn, Garrett Knowles, Taylor Carpenter
 Best Cameo: Ben Chapman (Honorable Mention Conner Knapp & Alexis Moller’s Dad)
 Best Original Video: Bear Grylls Survival Tips - Zach Obbink, Carsen Bellis, Jack Thomas, Charles Reimer
 Best Commercial: Old Spice - Jaycie Peter

Great job seniors on your final videos and Good luck in the future! 

Students:  The last day for the Bistro to be open will be tomorrow Friday, May 25th

Parking lottery sign up for next year has begun.  Student’s that will be in 11th grade for the 2018-19 school year may stop by the AP Office and sign up for the parking lottery.  Names will be announced in August at Registration, for students that will be able to purchase parking stickers.



ACTIVITIES

Attention girls' cross-country runners and all those interested in joining the fun in 2018:

There will be an informational meeting in D-159 (Coach Fischer's Room) on Wednesday, May 30th at 2:30 pm.  At this meeting, we will outline summer training, sign up for the XC Leadership academy, and get a sneak peak at our brand new Ellipti-GO training bikes.  We are excited to see all returning runners and we welcome all new faces to our group!

Go Rams XC!

Any Volleyball player that is planning on playing Clarke League and has not received a form, please download and print it from the website. After completing the form and getting it signed, you can turn it into the activities office and it will be given to the coaches.

 Please have your forms turned in NO LATER than Friday, June 1st.

Sophomores, If you took the Pre-Act Exam, you can pick up your results in room D152 any time during the school day.

Attention Volleyball Players: There will be no volleyball open gym this Sunday, May 26th, due to Memorial Day weekend. There will be more information for open gyms coming soon. Have a great end of the school year.

Student/Athletes – were you given a padlock to use during your sports season?  If so, you need to return the padlock to the Activities office or you may be charged for it.  Thank you!



Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Wednesday, May 23, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

The GSA will meet in room E45 on Thursday, May 24th at 7:05am

If you are signed up for AP World History you must attend one of the mandatory meeting being held  Wednesday, May 23rd before school at 7:15 or after school at 2:30 or Thursday May 24th before school at 7:15 in B140 . If you are unable to attend one of the meetings, see Mr. Miller by the end of the week.


  If you are signed up to take AP US History in the 2018-2019 school year, please plan on attending one of the following meetings to pick up summer reading materials.

 Meeting options are:

 Wednesday, May 23 at 2:25

Meetings will be held in B129. If you unable to attend one of the sessions, please stop by B129 and see Mrs. Weiland for materials.


Students:  The last day for the Bistro to be open will be this Friday, May 25th

Parking lottery sign up for next year has begun.  Student’s that will be in 11th grade for the 2018-19 school year may stop by the AP Office and sign up for the parking lottery.  Names will be announced in August at Registration, for students that will be able to purchase parking stickers. 


ACTIVITIES

Attention girls' cross-country runners and all those interested in joining the fun in 2018:

There will be an informational meeting in D-159 (Coach Fischer's Room) on Wednesday, May 30th at 2:30 pm.  At this meeting, we will outline summer training, sign up for the XC Leadership academy, and get a sneak peak at our brand new Ellipti-GO training bikes.  We are excited to see all returning runners and we welcome all new faces to our group!

Go Rams XC!

Any Volleyball player that is planning on playing Clarke League and has not received a form, please download and print it from the website. After completing the form and getting it signed, you can turn it into the activities office and it will be given to the coaches.  Please have your forms turned in NO LATER than Friday, June 1st.

Sophomores, If you took the Pre-Act Exam, you can pick up your results in room D152 any time during the school day.

Attention Volleyball Players: There will be no volleyball open gym this Sunday, May 26th, due to Memorial Day weekend. There will be more information for open gyms coming soon. Have a great end of the school year.

The women’s RAMS won their golf regionals, giving them a state birth.

Leading the way for the RAMS and for the tournament was Abby Marting with a 74,
followed by her teammate, as the tournament second place winner was Breanna Felderman with an 82.  Followed by Claire Siegert with a 95 and Ellie Akins with a 103.

These 4 plus Lillian Donath and Leah Sullivan will play in the state meet on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.

Good Luck to you all next week at the State meet.

RAMS Wrestling:  There will be a meeting TODAY, May 22nd at 2:30 in E10 Metals Room.  This is open to new and past wrestlers and managers.  Come get information and learn about being a Ram Wrestler!  If you cannot attend, contact Coach Connolly or Coach Kohl. 

Swimming Meetings: 

The Men’s Swim Team will have an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Again, any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend to learn about summer and fall training opportunities.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year.

Student/Athletes – were you given a padlock to use during your sports season?  If so, you need to return the padlock to the Activities office or you may be charged for it.  Thank you!

 COUNSELORS OFFICE

Are you taking the ACT in JUNE? Or maybe just sometime in the future? Come join us for FREE ACT prep session next week! Jason Derby will be back to give you great ACT prep strategies for FREE after school in B149 on Mondays and Wednesdays starting May 14th and ending May 23rd.


Here is the schedule:

Wednesday, May 23rd Math
Please sign up in the School Counseling Office so we can prepare for how many students we might have.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Tuesday, May 22, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

If you are signed up for AP World History you must attend one of the mandatory meeting being held  Wednesday, May 23rd before school at 7:15 or after school at 2:30 or Thursday May 24th before school at 7:15 in B140 . If you are unable to attend one of the meetings, see Mr. Miller by the end of the week.

Students:  The last day for the Bistro to be open will be this Friday, May 25th. 

Parking lottery sign up for next year has begun.  Student’s that will be in 11th grade for the 2018-19 school year may stop by the AP Office and sign up for the parking lottery.  Names will be announced in August at Registration, for students that will be able to purchase parking stickers. 

The DSHS Key Club will be holding a bake sale TODAY during all lunch periods.  Items will be priced at a dollar each and all the proceeds will be donated to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Scholarship fund in memory of the victims of the February 14th shooting in Parkland Florida.  Come support this great cause and enjoy some delicious baked goods!


 If you are signed up to take AP US History in the 2018-2019 school year, please plan on attending one of the following meetings to pick up summer reading materials.

 Meeting options are:

 TODAY at 7:10

 Or Wednesday, May 23 at 2:25

Meetings will be held in B129. If you unable to attend one of the sessions, please stop by B129 and see Mrs. Weiland for materials.

ACTIVITIES

RAMS Wrestling:  There will be a meeting TODAYMay 22nd at 2:30 in E10 Metals Room.  This is open to new and past wrestlers and managers.  Come get information and learn about being a Ram Wrestler!  If you cannot attend, contact Coach Connolly or Coach Kohl. 

Swimming Meetings: 

The Women’s Swimming and Diving Team will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 22nd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend and learn about summer training opportunities and August practice schedules.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year. 

The Men’s Swim Team will have an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Again, any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend to learn about summer and fall training opportunities.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year.

Student/Athletes – were you given a padlock to use during your sports season?  If so, you need to return the padlock to the Activities office or you may be charged for it.  Thank you!

COUNSELORS OFFICE

Are you taking the ACT in JUNE? Or maybe just sometime in the future? Come join us for FREE ACT prep session next week! Jason Derby will be back to give you great ACT prep strategies for FREE after school in B149 on Mondays and Wednesdays starting May 14th and ending May 23rd.


Here is the schedule:

Wednesday, May 23rd Math

Please sign up in the School Counseling Office so we can prepare for how many students we might have.


Friday, May 18, 2018

Monday, May 21, 2018


 STUDENT NEWS



Parking lottery sign up for next year has begun.  Student’s that will be in 11th grade for the 2018-19 school year may stop by the AP Office and sign up for the parking lottery.  Names will be announced in August at Registration, for students that will be able to purchase parking stickers. 

The DSHS Key Club will be holding a bake sale on May 21st and 22nd during all lunch periods.  Items will be priced at a dollar each and all the proceeds will be donated to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Scholarship fund in memory of the victims of the February 14th shooting in Parkland Florida.  Come support this great cause and enjoy some delicious baked goods!


 If you are signed up to take AP US History in the 2018-2019 school year, please plan on attending one of the following meetings to pick up summer reading materials.

 Meeting options are:

 Tuesday, May 22 at 7:10

 Or Wednesday, May 23 at 2:25

Meetings will be held in B129. If you unable to attend one of the sessions, please stop by B129 and see Mrs. Weiland for materials.

ACTIVITIES

Swimming Meetings: 

The Women’s Swimming and Diving Team will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 22nd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend and learn about summer training opportunities and August practice schedules.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year. 

The Men’s Swim Team will have an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Again, any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend to learn about summer and fall training opportunities.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year.

Student/Athletes – were you given a padlock to use during your sports season?  If so, you need to return the padlock to the Activities office or you may be charged for it.  Thank you!

COUNSELORS OFFICE

Are you taking the ACT in JUNE? Or maybe just sometime in the future? Come join us for FREE ACT prep session next week! Jason Derby will be back to give you great ACT prep strategies for FREE after school in B149 on Mondays and Wednesdays starting May 14th and ending May 23rd.


Here is the schedule:

Monday, May 21st Science
Wednesday, May 23rd Math
Please sign up in the School Counseling Office so we can prepare for how many students we might have.

JOBS

Interested in summer work with a flexible schedule and a bonus?  Crystal Lake Cave is looking for 4 tour guides.  Must be 15 or older -  you will get paid training and then $8.50 an hour plus tips and a bonus.  More info stop in counseling office.

Dubuque Conservation Department is looking for youth to work at the Mines of Spain from June 11 to July 20. Wages are $8.50 an hour - you must commit to a 40-hour workweek. 

 For more info on these jobs, stop in counseling office!

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Friday, May 18, 2018



STUDENT NEWS

Girls Tennis: Congratulations to Natalie Kaiser on being runner up in the regional tennis match yesterday and qualifying for state on May 30 and 31. If you see her, wish her luck!

The Senior Girls Golf team placed second in the final leg of the city meet with Wednesday's score at the Meadows being a 366 for a two day total of 734.  Leading the way for the RAMS was Abby Marting with a 79-79, followed by Breanna Felderman with an 85-81, and Claire Siegert with a pair of 96s, followed by her teammate Lillian Donath with a 110. Abby Marting was also your individual City Champ.


Their next meet is regionals being held at the Meadows on Monday.

The DSHS Key Club will be holding a bake sale on May 21st and 22nd during all lunch periods.  Items will be priced at a dollar each and all the proceeds will be donated to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Scholarship fund in memory of the victims of the February 14th shooting in Parkland Florida.  Come support this great cause and enjoy some delicious baked goods!

Parking Lottery sign up for next year has begun!!  Student’s that will be 12th grade for the 2018-19 school year may stop by the AP office and sign up for the parking lottery.  Names will be announced in August at Registration, for students that will be able to purchase parking stickers. 

 If you are signed up to take AP US History in the 2018-2019 school year, please plan on attending one of the following meetings to pick up summer reading materials.

 Meeting options are:

 Tuesday, May 22 at 7:10

 Or Wednesday, May 23 at 2:25

Meetings will be held in B129. If you unable to attend one of the sessions, please stop by B129 and see Mrs. Weiland for materials.

ACTIVITIES

Swimming Meetings: 

The Women’s Swimming and Diving Team will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 22nd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend and learn about summer training opportunities and August practice schedules.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year. 

The Men’s Swim Team will have an informational meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd in room B142 at 7:15 AM or 2:30 PM.  Again, any returning or interested athletes are encouraged to attend to learn about summer and fall training opportunities.  If you are unable to attend, please see Coach Huff before the end of the school year.

Student/Athletes – were you given a padlock to use during your sports season?  If so, you need to return the padlock to the Activities office or you may be charged for it.  Thank you!

  

 COUNSELORS OFFICE



Are you taking the ACT in JUNE? Or maybe just sometime in the future? Come join us for FREE ACT prep session next week! Jason Derby will be back to give you great ACT prep strategies for FREE after school in B149 on Mondays and Wednesdays starting May 14th and ending May 23rd.


Here is the schedule:

Monday, May 21st Science
Wednesday, May 23rd Math
Please sign up in the School Counseling Office so we can prepare for how many students we might have.


JOBS


Interested in summer work with a flexible schedule and a bonus?  Crystal Lake Cave is looking for 4 tour guides.  Must be 15 or older -  you will get paid training and then $8.50 an hour plus tips and a bonus.  More info stop in counseling office.

Dubuque Conservation Department is looking for youth to work at the Mines of Spain from June 11 to July 20. Wages are $8.50 an hour - you must commit to a 40-hour workweek. 

 For more info on these jobs, stop in counseling office!