Attention students who park in residential areas, Dubuque Police are receiving complaints regarding students blocking driveways and otherwise parking illegally, impeding traffic and creating other safety hazards. Following this notification, illegally parked vehicles will be ticketed and towed at the owner's expense. The City of Dubuque parking ordinance can be accessed on the City's website. For any questions, please contact your friendly school resource officer.
After many requests, we are finally starting a book club in partnership with the Carnegie Stout Library!! Our first book will be The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey which will be released in theaters on January 22nd. Read it and see why they say "You should never judge a book by it's movie." We will meet to discuss the book on February 24th at 2:30 in the library. But get here quickly! Only a limited number of books are available since they are yours to keep!
The World Language Club will be going ice-skating Sunday January 24th from 3-5pm at the Mystique ice area. Please sign up with your language teacher.
The following Men's Track and Field athletes will have a meeting Monday January 25 at 6:30 pm in the upper gym. We will set team goals and it will last around 30 minutes.
Looking for the perfect after school job?? Dubuque Specialty Care is looking for someone to serve residents meals and general kitchen work. Hours are 4 - 7 Monday thru Friday and some weekends. Starting wage is $9.00 per hour. Must be 16. If interested check out bulletin board or stop in the guidance office.
IM 3v3 Basketball
January 27th, 7:30 p.m.
No sign up required
Team Name and Captain needed
Questions ask Mr. Blaser
WOMEN’S SOCCER: Interested in playing Women’s Soccer at Senior High School? The Senior Women’s Soccer Program will be holding open gyms on Mondays on the following days.
Feb 1: W SOC 7-830 pm
Feb 8: W SOC 6-730 pm
Feb 15: W SOC 7-830 pm
Feb 22: W SOC 6-730 pm
Feb 29: W SOC 6-730 pm
Please be sure to bring tennis shoes or indoor soccer shoes, water, and a good attitude! We look forward to seeing you there! Any questions, please contact Coach Kail in A-105.
The Dubuque Area Arts Collective is starting a music mentoring program for high school students with some musical background and an interest in discovering different types of music. We would like to start rehearsals the first week of February. Students will be divided into groups based on musical ability, times available, and interest in a particular music genre. Mentors will be assigned the first week. Instruments will be available if you don’t have your own.
Rehearsals will be held once a week for 2 hours for 12 weeks. At the end of the 12 weeks, mentors will assist students in marketing their shows, which will be held in May.
The music mentors are volunteers from the Dubuque community with many years of experience playing in bands, running and booking music venues, and come from diverse backgrounds. This is an exciting new program and we hope you will join!
If interested, please visit Mr. Jenkins or Mrs. Eagle for an important form. Thank you!