Announcements: 3/14/17

Credit recovery will be from 3:30-5:30 this week.

In honor of National Nutrition Month we are having a contest: As of today

Trying new healthy foods. This contest has a couple of components. First, there are two groups, staff and students. Every time someone brings proof of trying a new healthy food via photo

 or video and presents it to Staci or Lois in the office or brings it to the nurse’s office, a slip will be given to the person to write their name and be entered into a drawing for a prize at the end of the month. At the end of the month if the students have more entries than the staff then Mr. Murphy will have to do something silly and wear it all day.

Academic Team:  meet in Mrs. Olberding’s room today at lunch. We’ll be discussing the upcoming Academic Olympics in Glasgow.

Juniors and Seniors:  The representative from MSU-Billings will be visiting the DCHS counseling office on Tuesday, March 21st at 10 a.m.  If you would like to visit with this rep, please make arrangements with your classroom teacher.

ACT Prep: All juniors will be taking the ACT April 19th. This Friday, March 17th, we will be hosting an informational meeting regarding a multitude of preparatory resources to help you study for the ACT.  We will meet in Mr. Novakovich’s room at lunch Friday.

Students:  Summer is just around the corner. You can purchase your very own pair of DCHS flip flops in the Principal’s office from now until they are gone! They are $17.00 per pair!!! Get yours today!!!

Seniors: If you did not pick up your cap & Gown from Jostens we have them in the office. Please stop in and pick them up. Also, if you ordered late I got in another box please see if it is your stuff. Staci

Students: Have you seen Lucky the Leprechaun? He is lost! If you find him please bring him to the office for a special treat. We will do this every day through the month of March.  If highlighted no need to read today!

Students:  The yearbook staff is accepting pieces of original student artwork, poetry, and/or photographs for inclusion in this year’s book. Submissions can be published anonymously. If you have questions or would like to submit a piece contact Cheyenne Fisher or Mrs. Olberding.

Blood Drive: There will be a blood drive on Wednesday, March 15th.  If you would like to sign up, stop by Ms. Broaddus’ room between classes. You must be at least 16 years old to donate, and all students who are 16 or 17 must have a signed minor donor permit in hand the day of the blood drive. You can get these forms when you sign up in Ms. Broaddus’ room.

Students: Families needed to host Japanese youth for one month this summer.  This is a 4-H program and the dates are July 23- August 18.  Host families should have children 10-16, the desire for an in depth cultural experience and fun!  Japanese delegates come with spending money, and health insurance and are here to experience everyday life in an American family.  For application materials contact Linda Stewart at 406-837-5091 or at mtncows@montanasky.net or Stephanie Davison at sdavison@montana.edu.

 Lunch for today: Corn Dog with nachos, fruit, veggie and milk

Written by Wade Murphy