DHS DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Monday, September 27, 2021
Today’s Lunch: Ham slice, cheesy potatoes, peas and carrots, and fruit
Tomorrow’s Breakfast: Pancake, bacon, fruit, juice, and milk
Tomorrow’s Lunch: Chicken quesadilla, spicy beans, corn, and fruit
Before school tutoring and homework help will be located in the Library from 7:20-7:45 Monday- Friday.
After school tutoring and homework help will be located in the Library from 3:20-5:15.
Attention FBLA Members: Please fill out the Membership Form in Google Classroom, and submit your dues of $20 to Mrs. Gross by Friday, October 1.
Breakfast and lunch are free this year to ALL students. Meals are free but extra milk or juice will be charged to your meal account.
There will be a chess club meeting today @ 3:15 in the library.
There will be an engineering club meeting on Tuesday @ 7:15 a.m. in Mr. Jones' room.
The next French club meeting is Monday, Oct. 4 at 3:20 in Mrs. Dunavan's room 210. Any student who would like to join may do so by using the Google Classroom code xg4jahb.
There will be an Educators Rising meeting on Friday morning at 7:30. Please let Mr. File know if you have any questions.
Congratulations to the following:
The Spirit Stick goes to senior class.
4th place: Freshman
3rd place: Juniors
2nd place: Seniors
1st place: Sophomores
Homecoming queen Olivia Dill
Homecoming king Willie Moore
FFA /American Red Cross Blood drive at DHS: Wednesday Sept 29 from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00
p.m.in the Auxillary gym. You may sign up with an FFA member or any classroom teacher.
What should you expect when you donate blood?
It’s as easy as 1-2-3
1. Show a photo ID, read materials and answer a list of health history questions.
2. You will receive a mini health exam including checks for: temperature, pulse, hemoglobin
(iron content), and blood pressure. Your answers to the health history questions will then be
reviewed by a staff member, and upon meeting all the criteria, you may proceed with the blood
3. A Red Cross staff member will cleanse your arm and prepare you for the donation process.
Most donations take about six to 10 minutes. After your donation, you will be offered
refreshments to help your body begin replacing the blood you donated.
Be sure to eat breakfast and drink plenty of fluids that morning (excluding tea). Eating breakfast will keep you from feeling ill. Drinking fluids will allow the nurse to stick you only once and get into the vein more easily. It is suggested that if you have missed several school days recently, that
you not try to donate blood.