Wednesday, January 9, 2019
DDHS Lunch Menu:
Chicken Strips, Hamburger, Hotdog, Chalupa, Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bar, Carrots, Peas, Pineapple, Fruit, Milk
Attention Students: Boys’ Lacrosse Informational Meeting Any boys interested in playing Lacrosse this spring, as a club sport, please plan to attend the 4:30 information meeting tonight, in room 118.
Attention Students: Just a friendly reminder for those who drive to school. Officer Schroeder will be checking the parking lot this week for up to date parking passes. If you do not have a parking pass, please see Mrs. Daniels in the main office to purchase one. Please note that all fees must be paid before purchasing.
Attention Juniors & Seniors: Who wants a $500 Scholarship? Biz Tank is starting its winter session on Wednesday, January 9, at 6:30. Biz Tank is for junior and senior students only. If you are interested in signing up, please pre- register at www.GSBiztank.org.There are only 70 spots available. If you have any questions, please ask Business Teachers Mrs. Scott or Mrs. Grover.
Attention Students: The DDHS Bands will be hosting a bowling “Fun”draiser at Delavan Lanes Saturday, January 12th, from 5-9 PM to help defray the cost of their Spring trip to New Orleans. Tickets are available from any band member or Mr. Stark for $10. Tickets include two games of bowling and shoe rental. Food and beverages will also be available for purchase during the event. Thanks for your support
Attention Students: The PBIS 1st semester drawing will be on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Students can stop by the AP Office starting today to drop off Comet Cash in prize boxes for your chances to win the following: Nintendo Switch, 43” Vizio Smart TV, (2) Wireless Headphones, (2) Wireless Speakers, (2) Wireless Mouse, Bean Bag Chair, Fujifilm Instax Mini Camera, Legends Flashback Gaming System, (3) Comet Shirts, 6 Can Mini Beverage Refrigerator, and Various Gift Cards.
Attention Juniors: Are you interested in a career in law enforcement. If so, you may be interested in learning more about the Wisconsin American Legion Law Enforcement Career Academy. The academy will be held June 24 -28, 2019 at the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy at Ft. McCoy, WI. The academy is offered to students who are currently juniors in high school who are good standing and recommended by their school. There is no cost to the student. The academy offers classroom instruction, hands on experiences coupled with required physical fitness participation. The students stay in the dorms at the Wisconsin State Patrol Academy during the session. The application will be available in January 2019 at www.wilegion.org. Any questions regarding the program can be directed to Sheri, Programs Coordinator for The American Legion, Department of Wisconsin. Her email is Sheri@wilegion.org.
Attention Juniors & Seniors: U.W. Platteville Platteville, WI, Rep. visit, Wednesday, January 30th from 12:00 – 1:00, in the Student Services conference room # 114
Attention Students: Winter Week – January 28 through February 2 Winter Week T-shirts will cost $10 and must be pre-ordered (Wed 1/9- Fri 1/11). Fees and fines must be paid for before you can order a shirt. Each shirt will have the same front design and a class-specific backside. Freshmen shirts will be pink, Sophomores will be orange, Juniors will be neon green, and Seniors will be black.
Attention Students: DDHS will be administering the ASVAB on February 7 @7:45 AM. ALL students are welcome to sign-up to take the test, but students considering the military should sign-up as it is a requirement to complete the ASVAB. Students who take the ASVAB are NOT REQUIRED to go into the military, but can get access to great information about possible future careers and schools based on the information learned from your results. Sign-up is in Student Services. All students must sign up by Friday, January 25th. See Ms. O’Connell for more information or with questions.
Job Listings (Check Out the Job Board Near the AP Office):
Attention all students 16 years and older: Mercy Health Walworth has a pilot program that is for two student positions in their Food Service department. These student positions are ages 16 and above. They have two pool openings available. The hours for these positions are to work nights and weekends around school. A full description is available online. Mercy encourages anyone interested in this career path to apply online at this link: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/CS/mercyhealth/#/job/7899