Delran High School Broadcast
January 20, 2022
A Message from Mr. Finkle!
Good afternoon DHS Community!
Some important dates to keep in mind about the scheduling process are as follows:
February 9th AP/CAP Evening - 6:00 pm (live at this time, maybe virtual depending on numbers)
February 10th Course Assemblies with students grades 9-11 during the school day.
February 13th Deadline for students to choose electives for the 2022-23 school year. This is completed in the Student Portal.
February 14th Students will begin to meet with counselors to choose and finalize classes for the 2022-23 school year.
I cannot stress the importance of communicating with us if your child is experiencing symptoms. Please keep them home and call Mrs. Bowman. If your child tests positive, please reach out to Mrs. Bowman as well so that we can set up Google Codes for your child ASAP!
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me at email@example.com or (856) 461-6100 x3005.
We are excited to offer the 2022 Delran High School Alumni Walk. The tradition in its 7th year and provides your family the opportunity to leave your personalized permanent message in a prominent location here on the DHS Campus. DHS Alumni Walk is located on the pathway to the Joseph Chinnici Stadium. The graduates of the Class of 2022 will have their name engraved on a 6x9 paver brick courtesy of the class advisors and the funds raised throughout the students' four years. Students and families can purchase an additional paver brick and record a personalized message. It is our goal to have the walk completed so the graduates and families attending the DHS June Commencement Ceremony, can see their legacy left for generations! The cost per brick paver is 60.00 dollars for members of the Class of 2022 and $85.00 for Alumni/Faculty Staff. Support a campus beautification project and leave your personal message by buying a spot on the DHS Alumni Walk. All orders are due by MARCH 1st. ORDER FORM
Contact Mr. Stolarick with questions. firstname.lastname@example.org or 856-461-6100 ext. 3013
Class of 2022
Time is running out to pre-order a 2022 “Spirit” yearbook!
Pre-order by January 28, 2022, to guarantee a yearbook in June. The basic book package is $80.00. Add-ons are available to purchase through the website www.jostensyearbooks.com. or can also be placed through Ms. Carey in guidance. Checks should be made payable to DHS Special Funds-YEARBOOK.
Senior Recognition Ads
The yearbook staff invites the parents of the seniors to add their personal touch to our publication by submitting a baby and/or childhood photo(s) and a personal message.
Celebrate your senior’s journey, milestones and successes in the 2022 yearbook. This commemorative can be as small or as large as you need for incorporating your memory and message. Go to www.jostensadservice.com
- 1/8 page: $75.00
- ¼ page: $110.00
- ½ page: $175.00
- FULL page: $290.00
Yearbook is FREE with purchase of Full Page
If you have purchased the book Delran Yearbook will refund your payment in March.
If you did not purchase your student’s book, the Delran Yearbook will order it when finalizing counts in February.
Order by February 10, 2022
SAT / ACT COURSES
STAFFS Prep is enrolling for SAT/ ACT courses to refresh & reinforce key concepts for the upcoming SAT/ ACT. The 14-hour prep course is being offered in a live virtual classroom @ a special price of $400. Use coupon CLASS50. To register & get more info: https://www.staffsprep.com/classroomprep or call 201-301-8378
Last week in the Physical Science classes began work on their Science Fair projects. Each student in physical science will complete an individual project and compete in the DHS science fair on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Families are invited to attend the Science Fair to view student work from 2:30 - 5:30 pm on the day of the fair.
Want to go even further?: Participate in the Coriell Institute Science Fair. If you win, this allows you to perform at the next level, Delaware Valley Regional Fair and possibly the national science fair. Participate in Coriell Science Fair Form
This month, students are gearing up for the Seal of Biliteracy test. The test is a statewide assessment given to juniors and seniors, who have completed four or more years of study in a foreign language, or who can demonstrate proficiency in another world language, as well as English. This year we have students not only taking the test in French, German, and Spanish, but also in Portuguese, Turkish, Hindi, and Chinese.
The World Language Department is so proud of all our students who are taking this test. It is also a testament to the rich and diverse culture we have in our community. We are looking forward to celebrating the seniors at graduation who pass this exam. They will receive an official Seal of Biliteracy on their transcripts, as well as a certificate of achievement. Good Luck to all those who are taking part!!
Viel Glück! Bonne Chance! Buena Suerta! Boa Sorte! İyi şanslar! आपको कामयाबी मिले
High School Happenings
- 1/22 Saturday Detention
- 1/28 end of marking period
- 2/5 ACT
- 2/8 PTA Meeting
- 2/9 AP/CAP Evening 6:00 p.m.
- 2/10 Course selection assemblies
- 2/12 Saturday Detention
- 2/13 Deadline for students to choose Elective for 2022-23
- 2/21 SCHOOL CLOSED - Presidents' Day
Many new scholarship opportunities are being posted on the Guidance webpage. OVER 50 individual scholarships are posted.
Check back often as we make updates as information is received. Although many scholarships are exclusive to seniors, there are quite a few that accept applications from underclassmen.
For the most part, these scholarships are offered each year, so it’s a good idea for underclassmen to check out what is being offered and begin a “scholarship portfolio”. They can prepare the applications/essays, view the criteria, and think about letters of recommendation they may need.
The Quell Foundation believes education is the key to understanding, supporting, and generating awareness of the mental health issues millions of people face today. They offer four awards to spread their message further. This opportunity is open until February 15th.
Financial Aid Night was held on November 18th. The Director of Financial Aid at TCNJ presented beneficial information pertaining to the types of financial aid, the application process, and the financial aid package. Please see the Guidance webpage to view the Power Point presentation.
NJ Association for College Admission Counseling
Virtual College Exploration is for all New Jersey Students. Explore this website as a great resource with over 150 recorded webinars!!
All students in 10th through 12th grades have an account, please see the Guidance Department Website for additional information.
All high school students are encouraged to explore college opportunities.
Mr. Guidotti's Update
Delran High School Winter sports will be back at DHS this year. Delran High School has the pixellot system from NFHS for live streaming events. It is a subscription service. $10.99 per month gives you access to all home events including wrestling, boys basketball, and girls basketball. In addition, you will have access to any away teams that also use the NFHS pixellot system like Moorestown and Pennsauken when the Bears play there. The link to order your subscription is https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/delran-high-school-delran-nj
Masks are required for all indoor extracurricular activities including Basketball and Wrestling. If you are coming to watch a sporting event, you must wear a mask.
Anyone interested in participating in a Spring Sport at Delran High School? Registration is now open. All requirements must be completed by March 3rd in order to participate. If you recently had a physical, do not hold onto it. Turn it into the main office at DHS. The link for registration is here.
We, like many other districts, are continuing to struggle with transportation for students and extracurricular activities due to a bus driver shortage. To combat this, we have changed game schedules and game times. We do, however, anticipate that there will be days that there just are no buses available. The Delran Township BOE has a Transportation by Private Vehicle policy (Policy 8660) in place for situations that may occur. In addition, the BOE along with the Superintendent has developed a permission process that would allow a driver of a student to carpool with other students in the event that a parent/guardian is unable to take their child to a board-approved activity. HERE is a permission form for parents who are able to transport their child to/from away sporting events. HERE is a permission form for parents who are unable to provide transportation, but agree to have their child transported by another parent. Students who drive are able to drive to the contest; however, they MAY NOT transport a teammate. In order for our students to get the most out of this school year, we must work together to develop solutions. Thank you so much for your support, patience, and understanding during these times of uncertainty.
We have been asked questions about our canine friends and whether they are allowed to attend home events. Unfortunately, the answer is no. Dogs are not allowed on district property at any time as we will not take on the liability. Please leave your dogs at home when you attend our events. Thank you very much!
The fitness center will be open Monday through Thursday from 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm. A fitness center permission form must be filled out and dropped off at the main office before permission is granted. The form can be found here. At this time, masks must be worn while using the fitness center.
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