Here's what is happening at DHS today,
Here’s what’s happening in sports and activities
All athletes coming out for a spring sport must attend a meeting with their parents next Tuesday, Feb 20 in the main gym beginning at 7pm. Breakouts with your team-specific coach will follow. These include baseball, Girls Tennis, Girls lacrosse, Boys Swim, Boy Lacrosse, Girls Soccer, Track & Field, and Girls Golf.
The Durango HS Blood Drive will be a week from today. You can register by going on line to (unitedbloodservices.org) or stop by the Student Store at lunch to register.
And while you’re at the Student Store, check out the new DHS swag. We have new edition t-shirts and sweatshirts to choose from.
FCA SWAG will meet today at lunch in 1225. Join us for Tacos, fellowship and a former college football player DJ Jergensen speaking. Any questions contact Coach Justin Vogt or Dawson Marcum.
Native American Club meets today in room W2105. All are welcome to join. Native American seniors please make sure to attend.
And in other news
Interested in going to either New Mexico Tech or Texas Tech? They are both here for visits today. Sign up outside the Post-Secondary Center.
Attention students with free periods! Please stop by the main office to pick up your free period pass!
Attention students in Advanced Placement courses. The time has come to register for your AP Exams. You absolutely must register for all of your AP exams with Ms. Ramsey or Mr. Tarshis in Room 2070 this week. Bring your yellow registration form and payment to Room 2070 before school, during lunch, after school or during a free period.
There will be an informational meeting for all of you interested in joining the DHS cheer squad next Tuesday night from 6-7 pm in the cafeteria. This is a mandatory meeting for all interested athletes & parents.
Demon of the Day:
Today’s Demons of the Day are Gavin Mestas and Travis Neidlinger. Gavin and Travis were nominated for demonstrating their caring attitude by Mrs. Kopack. Mrs. Kopack noticed that when a fellow classmate’s car hit a slick spot and ran into a curb making it unable to drive, Gavin and Tyler jumped into action. Gavin was ready to help tow the car with his truck and Tyler had the necessary knowledge and safety equipment to keep everyone safe and get the job done. They were selfless in helping their peer during the cold and wet morning rush to school. Their actions are a great reminder to offer help during others’ times of need. Way to go guys.