Thursday, April 19, 2018

Friday, April 20, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

SENIORS! Check your school issued email!! There is a request to let us know your after graduation plans. This will be used to advertise within our school and celebrate your accomplishments!! Please have that done this week!!

Any senior playing for the Senior High baseball team this summer can pick up a Scott Althoff Scholarship application from Mr. Fleming inn room A-211. This is a $500 scholarship in honor of former Ram Scott Alhtoff who was killed in a hit and run accident. Applications are due back to Mr. Fleming by April 24.

STUCO ZONE

PROM:  Senior student tickets may still be purchased in advance through Friday for $15 and will be available at the door for $20.  ONLY Senior students can purchase tickets at the door!

                   Congratulations to the 2018 Prom Court!!

                        Boys                                                     Girls

                Matthew Connolly                                  Abby Connolly
                Sam Day                                                Elizabeth Connolly
                Maalik Harris                                        Amy English
                Jalen Hildebrand                                  Elly Kues
                Benedict Schultz                                  Stevie Lambe
                Mitchell Stecklein                                Kirsten Lucy

ACTIVITIES

Are you interested in going out for Softball this summer?  If so, make sure you get signed up in the Activities Office and attend the following Player/Parent Meetings (even if you are in a spring sport):

Softball – Monday, April 30th , 6:30 pm in the cafeteria

COUNSELORS OFFICE

The School Counseling Office will be hosting another Future Ready Talk this Thursday during A or D study time. This week's topic will be Career Discovery: How to find the Best Option for you! Please schedule yourself through FlexiSched.

 This session is best suited for Juniors, but Sophomores are welcome!

JOBS

Many businesses are looking for workers - the newest postings include - Focus, Sisters of the Presentation for a dietary aide, and if you are 18 - Bard Delivery and Fed Ex.  More information, stop in guidance office.

Swiss Colony in Peosta is looking for summer help.  You must be 16 to be a lineworker and must be 18 to be a forklift driver.   Wages are between $11 and $16 an hour depending on the job.   Apply by calling 80048SWISS.

Do you like to work outside in the construction field?  Would you like "on the job training" while earning money?  If so, Evergreen Construction Co is seeking individuals 16 or older who are responsible, willing to learn, and are ambitious.  They will train you how to assemble building materials used for construction. No prior experience necessary - just the right attitude and work ethic.  If this sounds like something, you would like to do - stop in the counseling office - in D152 for more information.


Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Thursday, April 19, 2018


STUDENT NEWS


The GSA will meet in Room E45 on Thursday, April 19th at 7:05am. Please join us to hang out with friends and discuss issues.

SENIORS! Check your school issued email!! There is a request to let us know your after graduation plans. This will be used to advertise within our school and celebrate your accomplishments!! Please have that done this week!!

STUCO ZONE

 Have you bought your Prom tickets yet?  Are you bringing a guest from another school?  Remember that TODAY is the last day to buy your ticket if you are bringing a guest from another school.  Your ticket must be purchased by 3pm today, no exceptions!


Senior student tickets may still be purchased in advance through Friday for $15 and will be available at the door for $20.  ONLY Senior students can purchase tickets at the door!


ACTIVITIES

Any senior playing for the Senior High baseball team this summer can pick up a Scott Althoff Scholarship application from Mr. Fleming inn room A-211. This is a $500 scholarship in honor of former Ram Scott Alhtoff who was killed in a hit and run accident. Applications are due back to Mr. Fleming by April 24.

Are you interested in going out for Softball this summer?  If so, make sure you get signed up in the Activities Office and attend the following Player/Parent Meetings (even if you are in a spring sport):

Softball – Monday, April 30th , 6:30 pm in the cafeteria

COUNSELORS OFFICE

The School Counseling Office will be hosting another Future Ready Talk this Thursday during A or D study time. This week's topic will be Career Discovery: How to find the Best Option for you! Please schedule yourself through FlexiSched.

 This session is best suited for Juniors, but Sophomores are welcome!

JOBS

Swiss Colony in Peosta is looking for summer help.  You must be 16 to be a lineworker and must be 18 to be a forklift driver.   Wages are between $11 and $16 an hour depending on the job.   Apply by calling 80048SWISS.

Do you like to work outside in the construction field?  Would you like "on the job training" while earning money?  If so, Evergreen Construction Co is seeking individuals 16 or older who are responsible, willing to learn, and are ambitious.  They will train you how to assemble building materials used for construction. No prior experience necessary - just the right attitude and work ethic.  If this sounds like something, you would like to do - stop in the counseling office - in D152 for more information.


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Wednesday, April 18, 2018



STUDENT NEWS

The GSA will meet in Room E45 on Thursday, April 19th at 7:05am. Please join us to hang out with friends and discuss issues.
SENIORS! Check your school issued email!! There is a request to let us know your after graduation plans. This will be used to advertise within our school and celebrate your accomplishments!! Please have that done this week!!

Attention Sophomores!!! There will be a Sophomore Class meeting TODAY, during A & D study. Sophomores should sign up in FlexiSCHED and attend the meeting during THEIR Support Time. Please bring a pen!!! See you then.

STUCO ZONE

Have you bought your Prom tickets yet?  Are you bringing a guest from another school?  Remember that today is the last day to buy your ticket if you are bringing a guest from another school.  Your ticket must be purchased by 3pm today, NO exceptions!


Senior student tickets may still be purchased in advance through Friday for $15 and will be available at the door for $20.  ONLY Senior students can purchase tickets at the door!


ACTIVITIES

Any senior playing for the Senior High baseball team this summer can pick up a Scott Althoff Scholarship application from Mr. Fleming inn room A-211. This is a $500 scholarship in honor of former Ram Scott Alhtoff who was killed in a hit and run accident. Applications are due back to Mr. Fleming by April 24.

Are you interested in going out for Softball this summer?  If so, make sure you get signed up in the Activities Office and attend the following Player/Parent Meetings (even if you are in a spring sport):

Softball – Monday, April 30th , 6:30 pm in the cafeteria

COUNSELORS OFFICE

The School Counseling Office will be hosting another Future Ready Talk this Thursday during A or D study time. This week's topic will be Career Discovery: How to find the Best Option for you! Please schedule yourself through FlexiSched.

 This session is best suited for Juniors, but Sophomores are welcome!

JOBS

Swiss Colony in Peosta is looking for summer help.  You must be 16 to be a lineworker and must be 18 to be a forklift driver.   Wages are between $11 and $16 an hour depending on the job.   Apply by calling 80048SWISS.

Do you like to work outside in the construction field?  Would you like "on the job training" while earning money?  If so, Evergreen Construction Co is seeking individuals 16 or older who are responsible, willing to learn, and are ambitious.  They will train you how to assemble building materials used for construction. No prior experience necessary - just the right attitude and work ethic.  If this sounds like something, you would like to do - stop in the counseling office - in D152 for more information.


Monday, April 16, 2018

Tuesday, April 17, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

Congratulations to all of the DSHS musicians on their performances at the Iowa High School Music Association State Solo/Ensemble Contest this past Saturday.  Many of the DSHS musicians were scored at the highest level of achievement and awarded a divisional I rating.  Three entries were recognized at the highest level of achievement winning the "Best of Center" award including Alexis Doremus, Oboe/Clarinet Duet - Alexis and Jackson Kates, and Samuel Day. Dubuque Senior High School was the only school to receive these honors.

 In addition, for the first time in IHSMA history, Judge Wayne Lu gave honorable mention to the following soloists including Paige Kizer, Emily Tigges, Justin Nowack, Jackson Kates, Jamal Cheaham, and Neil Butler.  Congratulations to all of our DSHS musicians on a fantastic job!
  
Attention Sophomores!!! There will be a Sophomore Class meeting on Wednesday, April 18th during A & D study. Sophomores should sign up in FlexiSCHED and attend the meeting during THEIR Support Time. Please bring a pen!!! See you then.

Want to earn money by doing math? Consider participating in the Trig Star math contest on April 18th from 9am - 11am. See Mrs. Goranson in A321 for more information

STUCO ZONE

Prom tickets are on sale NOW!!  Tickets can be purchased beginning today in the business office.  Senior student Only tickets are $15 when purchased in advance or $20 at the door.  Guest tickets must be purchased before 3pm this Wednesday, April 18th and are $30. 

ACTIVITIES

Any senior playing for the Senior High baseball team this summer can pick up a Scott Althoff Scholarship application from Mr. Fleming inn room A-211. This is a $500 scholarship in honor of former Ram Scott Alhtoff who was killed in a hit and run accident. Applications are due back to Mr. Fleming by April 24.

Are you interested in going out for Baseball or Softball this summer?  If so, make sure you get signed up in the Activities Office and attend the following Player/Parent Meetings (even if you are in a spring sport):

 Baseball – Tuesday, April 17th, 6:00 pm in the cafeteria

Softball – Monday, April 30th , 6:30 pm in the cafeteria

COUNSELORS OFFICE

SENIORS! Check your school issued email!! There is a request to let us know your after graduation plans. This will be used to advertise within our school and celebrate your accomplishments!! Please have that done this week!!

The School Counseling Office will be hosting another Future Ready Talk this Thursday during A or D study time. This week's topic will be Career Discovery: How to find the Best Option for you! Please schedule yourself through FlexiSched.

 This session is best suited for Juniors, but Sophomores are welcome!


JOBS

Swiss Colony in Peosta is looking for summer help.  You must be 16 to be a lineworker and must be 18 to be a forklift driver.   Wages are between $11 and $16 an hour depending on the job.   Apply by calling 80048SWISS.

Do you like to work outside in the construction field?  Would you like "on the job training" while earning money?  If so, Evergreen Construction Co is seeking individuals 16 or older who are responsible, willing to learn, and are ambitious.  They will train you how to assemble building materials used for construction. No prior experience necessary - just the right attitude and work ethic.  If this sounds like something, you would like to do - stop in the counseling office - in D152 for more information.


Friday, April 13, 2018

Monday, April 16, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

Want to earn money by doing math? Consider participating in the Trig Star math contest on April 18th from 9am - 11am. See Mrs. Goranson in A321 for more information

Any senior playing for the Senior High baseball team this summer can pick up a Scott Althoff Scholarship application from Mr. Fleming inn room A-211. This is a $500 scholarship in honor of former Ram Scott Alhtoff who was killed in a hit and run accident. Applications are due back to Mr. Fleming by April 24.

STUCO ZONE

Prom tickets are on sale NOW!!  Tickets can be purchased beginning today in the business office.  Senior student Only tickets are $15 when purchased in advance or $20 at the door.  Guest tickets must be purchased before 3pm on Wednesday, April 18th and are $30. 

ACTIVITIES

Are you interested in going out for Baseball or Softball this summer?  If so, make sure you get signed up in the Activities Office and attend the following Player/Parent Meetings (even if you are in a spring sport):

 Baseball – Tuesday, April 17th, 6:00 pm in the cafeteria

Softball – Monday, April 30th , 6:30 pm in the cafeteria



 COUNSELORS OFFICE


The School Counseling Office will be hosting another Future Ready Talk this Thursday during A or D study time. This week's topic will be College Discovery: How to find the Best Option for you!  Please schedule yourself through FlexiSched.

This session is best suited for Juniors, but Sophomores are welcome!

JOBS

Swiss Colony in Peosta is looking for summer help.  You must be 16 to be a lineworker and must be 18 to be a forklift driver.   Wages are between $11 and $16 an hour depending on the job.   Apply by calling 80048SWISS.

Do you like to work outside in the construction field?  Would you like "on the job training" while earning money?  If so, Evergreen Construction Co is seeking individuals 16 or older who are responsible, willing to learn, and are ambitious.  They will train you how to assemble building materials used for construction. No prior experience necessary - just the right attitude and work ethic.  If this sounds like something, you would like to do - stop in the counseling office - in D152 for more information.


COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE 


April 16th      9:15a.m.       Iowa State University

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Friday, April 13, 2018


STUDENT NEWS

The girls golf team won their 1st golf meet, by 13 strokes, Scoring in yesterday’s meet at the Meadows were:

Abby Marting and Breanna Felderman had tied for low score with a 43. The 43's earned them both low score for the meet. Also scoring for Senior were Claire Siegert with a 51 and Ellie Akins with a 55.

Scoring in the 1st JV meet of the season and taking 3rd place at Derby Grange were Mayme Neuwohner with a 43, Michelle Kemp with a 45, Mariah McKenna with a 47 and Claire Wedewer with a 52.

Want to earn money by doing math? Consider participating in the Trig Star math contest on April 18th from 9am - 11am. See Mrs. Goranson in A321 for more information


Model UN participated in the UNI Conference on April 5-6. With over 450 students in attendance, Senior represented. 4 students received recognition for outstanding position paper earning a 96% or higher on their paper: Jillian Manternach, Anna Brondyke, Jenna Meehan, and Kalie Sigman. 3 students received recognition for Outstanding Delegate out of the 14 available for their work at the conference: Ben Schultz, El Taverna, and Hudson Koehler. Congratulate them on their hard work.

There will be a final Model UN meeting for the school year, this Friday, April 13 at 8:15 am in B129. Current members, including Seniors and students interested for next year should attend.

Any senior playing for the Senior High baseball team this summer can pick up a Scott Althoff Scholarship application from Mr. Fleming inn room A-211. This is a $500 scholarship in honor of former Ram Scott Alhtoff who was killed in a hit and run accident. Applications are due back to Mr. Fleming by April 24.

Attention Seniors:  There will be a Voter Registration Booth outside of the Cafeteria  April 9th-13th during the lunch period.  You must be 17.5 years old to register, you will need your driver’s license and social security number to complete this process. 

Renaissance Alert! We are now in the last quarter of the year, so please stop by the AP office to pick up your Renaissance Card with awesome sponsor’s like our new one Chik Fil A, where you get a free sandwich once a quarter. Also, if you haven’t gotten your Renaissance t-shirt yet stop while supplies last!

Students who requested a PE exemption for 2018-2019.  If you have not filled out an Exemption Request form, please pick one up in the main office or Counseling office.  These need to be signed by a parent and returned to the main office.  If the form isn't returned to the main office by TODAY, Friday, April 13th you will be added to a Wellness class.


 STUCZONE

Prom tickets are on sale NOW!!  Tickets can be purchased beginning today in the business office.  Senior student Only tickets are $15 when purchased in advance or $20 at the door.  Guest tickets must be purchased before 3pm on Wednesday, April 18th and are $30. 



ACTIVITIES



Are you interested in going out for Baseball or Softball this summer?  If so, make sure you get signed up in the Activities Office and attend the following Player/Parent Meetings (even if you are in a spring sport):

 Baseball – Tuesday, April 17th, 6:00 pm in the cafeteria

Softball – Monday, April 30th , 6:30 pm in the cafeteria

COUNSELORS OFFICE

The School Counseling Office will be hosting another Future Ready Talk this Thursday during A or D study time. This week's topic will be College Discovery: How to find the Best Option for you!  Please schedule yourself through FlexiSched.

This session is best suited for Juniors, but Sophomores are welcome!

 JOBS



Do you like to work outside in the construction field?  Would you like "on the job training" while earning money?  If so, Evergreen Construction Co is seeking individuals 16 or older who are responsible, willing to learn, and are ambitious.  They will train you how to assemble building materials used for construction. No prior experience necessary - just the right attitude and work ethic.  If this sounds like something, you would like to do - stop in the counseling office - in D152 for more information.

Stonehill Nursing is seeking part time workers to fill dietary aide position and CNA positions.  Must be 16.  If you need more info - stop into the School Counseling office now in Rm D152.

Dubuque Golf and Country Club is looking for part time workers In the dining area.  Must be 16-18.   Pay is $8.50 an hour.


COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE 


April 16th      9:15a.m.       Iowa State University