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Yearbooks Are In!

Yearbooks are in! If you pre-ordered a book, it is ready to be picked up after finals in room W1212. Don't worry, there is still time to purchase a book for $65.00 by June 1st!
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Summer School

Freshmen will be taking a teacher lead course in either Math 1B or English 1B. The cost will be $100.00 and date class will run from June 5th thru June 23 from 8:00 to 12:00

Upperclassmen will be taking Acellus courses with a cost of $50.00. The course will run from June 5th thru June 23 with sessions at 8:00- 10:00 and 10:00-12:00.

Any questions should be directed to the Counseling office at 970-259-1630 ext 2309.
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DAAC Wants to Hear from You

Please take a moment to fill out the 2016-2017 Durango Accountability Advisory Committee (DAAC) parent survey. The DAAC conducts this survey annually and the results are used to inform Durango 9-R and individual school administrators of strengths and areas for improvement.
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Letter from the Superintendent

Dear Parents and members of the Community,

I want to thank our community for the participation in last week’s Suicide Prevention Summit sponsored by many community organizations and facilitated by San Juan Basin Health Department.  It was a good first step for us to begin problem solving and planning for critical next steps as a community.
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Showcase Your Business and Sponsor with 9-R

Durango 9-R's sponsorship program helps local businesses and organizations reach the 9-R community and puts money back in our classrooms. Not only does your sponsorship free up dollars that can go back to support technology in schools, good nutrition programs in the kitchens and innovative programming for students, but it is also an opportunity to showcase your business, and its services, as being a key supporter of public education in Durango.
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Troupe 1096 Presents A Streetcar Named Desire

Join Durango Thespian Troupe 1096 for their final show of the season, the much beloved Streetcar Named Desire written by Tennessee Williams. Mr. Williams was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Streetcar and is also known for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Glass Menagerie. Come say goodbye to the wonderful DHS Senior Thespians graduating this year!
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