Delran High School Broadcast
June 6, 2019
Mr. Finkle's Message
What a busy few weeks it has been with the Prom, Awards Night, and amazing musical performances by all of our groups! It has been so gratifying to see the students enjoying all of the events that we have to offer here in Delran.
Today also marked the day that all 9th to 11th graders received tentative schedules for the 2019-2020 school year. As always, the schedules are tentative and may change over the summer due to many circumstances. If you or your child have any concerns about the tentative schedule, please reach out to your child's guidance counselor. HERE is the letter that was attached to your child's schedule.
On a more serious note, as I had mentioned a few issues ago, the graduation requirements for the Class of 2021 and the Class of 2022 had not yet been determined or communicated by the State of New Jersey Department of Education. Yesterday, I received the new graduation testing requirements for those classes and can be found HERE! Thank you for your patience!
As we look towards the end of the school year, we have finals and graduation to look forward to. Please read the section below on Final Exam week! Very important information is contained in the section on what finals are being given and when.
I will publish another broadcast next week to communicate once again the final exam schedule and graduation procedures.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (856) 461-6100 x3005.
Final Exam Week
The schedule for the last two weeks of school is as follows:
Thursday, June 13th - Full Day
Final Exam Period 1. (7:30 - 9:30)
Friday, June 14th - Early Dismissal
Period 2 - 7:30 - 9:30
Period 5 - 10:00 - 12:00
Monday, June 17th - Early Dismissal
Period 3 - 7:30 - 9:30
Period 6 - 10:00 - 12:00
Tuesday, June 18th - Early Dismissal
Period 4 - 7:30 - 9:30
Period 7 - 10:00 - 12:00
Wednesday, June 19th - Early Dismissal
Period 8 - 7:30 - 9:30
Period 9 - 10:00 - 12:00
Thursday, June 20th - Early Dismissal
Last Day for Students
Transportation to DHS:
Busses will run at the normal pick-up time ONLY. If your child does not have an exam during the first exam period, we will have a quiet study area for them.
Transportation Home from DHS:
Busses will take students home after the first exam session (9:45 a.m.) and again at the end of the second exam session (12:00). If your child does not have an exam during the second session, we ask that they leave the school campus following the first exam.
As in the past, all students MUST be present for their exam. Make-up exams are NOT given in the case of absence unless medically excused and contact has been made with the school. There are no exceptions to this procedure.
Every class will meet for the final exam period except for Study Halls and Lunches. The only student exempt from a final exam are those SENIORS who have earned a grade of 90% or above for all four marking periods as per the Student-Parent Handbook.
Calendar of Events
- 6/6 Scholarship Night
- 6/7 Testing Schedule
- 6/7 Genocide/Vietnam Trip
- 6/8 ACT
- 6/8 Detention
- 6/10 Testing Schedule
- 6/11 Testing Schedule
- 6/12 End of Qtr. 4
- 6/15 Detention
- 6/17-6/20 Early Dismissal
- 6/17-6/19 Final Exams
- 6/19 Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal, 12:30pm
- 6/20 Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal, 9am
- 6/20 Graduation, 7pm
- 6/20 Project Graduation, 9:15pm
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May Students of the Month
Emre was nominated by Mr. Shaun Deloche for his academic performance, character, respect, attendance, good work ethic, and diligence. Emre has been a model student. He is respectful and shows great character by holding the classroom door open for his classmates in the morning! Emre's success in the classroom is directly related to his excellent work ethic and diligence.
Moses was nominated by Ms. Lindsay Durham for his class participation, leadership responsibility, school spirit, and good work ethic. Moses is being nominated for making a positive impact on the culture and climate of DHS. Moses has been lending his artistic skills to the school, everything from painting the new bear logos in the weight room to personalizing football for staff members, to creating the chalkboard designs in the lunchroom. We are grateful for his act of community service and look forward to his future creations.
Congratulations Emre and Moses!
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Student Council Officers
Class of 2020
President: Christopher Pappas
Vice President: Kayla Daly
Recording Secretary: Trinity Governa
Corresponding Secretary: Mia Lanzilotta
Treasurer: Alessandro Gonzaga
Representatives: Emily Jones, Adriana Puleo
Class of 2021
President: Syncere Ray
Vice-President: Sydney Croly
Recording Secretary: Denilson DeSouza
Corresponding Secretary: Dane Sabarese
Treasurer: Connor Rooney
Class of 2022
President: Michael Digney
Vice-President: Emma Matera
Recording Secretary: Katherine Pelagatti
Corresponding Secretary: Mason Williams
Treasurer: Grant Stiglich
Officers for the Class of 2023 will be voted on in September.
Delran Band Day
What an amazing afternoon! Band students from Delran Intermediate School, Delran Middle School, and Delran High School had the opportunity to play music together. All the students that participated in Band Day had a blast. Thank you Ms. Wendy DeVicaris, Mrs. Kim Hickson, Mr. Matthew Ordog and Mr. Daniel Finkle for allowing this day to occur. Also, thank you to our amazing Band Guru Mr. Tom Rafter, and the high school section leaders.
A special thank you to our parent volunteers and Mr. Lagay for helping with all the "day of logistics".
Arrive Alive Assembly
Last week, DHS hosted the Arrive Alive Tour. Arrive Alive Tour uses a high-tech simulator, impact video, and a number of other resources to educate individuals and communities about the dangers of texting and drinking while driving. The distracted driving simulator allows participants to experience, in a controlled environment, the potential consequences of texting/drinking and driving.
Students entered an actual vehicle (with battery disabled and car immobilized) and put on a virtual reality headset. Sensors are connected to the vehicle’s gas/brake pedals and steering wheel, enabling the participant to experience drugged driving without the real-life consequences. Upon exiting the vehicle, each participant is handed a mock citation detailing the ramifications of their simulation, as explained by a facilitator. An external LED monitor is set-up near the vehicle, showing what the driver is experiencing in their simulation in real time.
Please, join with me and encourage your teen to pay attention to the road at all times. Remind them of the value of "Arrive Alive" and the consequences of distracted and impaired driving.
A special thank you to the MS/HS PTA and Tim Irons for sponsoring this important educational event.
2019 DHS College Application Essay Workshop
Are you interested in a STEM Career?
Did you know that over half of all jobs will be in a STEM field don’t require a four-year degree? Take our STEM Career Student Interest Survey to find out about additional opportunities and offerings from the Delran STEM Ecosystem Alliance.
STEAM Camp and Academy
Thanks to Dr. Anderson for a fantastic video clip of last year’s STEAM Academy Highlights!
To register for the Farm to Fork Week, which includes fun trips in South Jersey, go to our online registration form: 2019 Delran STEAM Camp & STEAM Academy Registration
For any questions about the features in this month’s news, contact Erica DeMichele (K-12 Supervisor of Science, Technology, Engineering, Co-STEM and Sustainability) at email@example.com or 856-461-6100 x3034. Follow her on Twitter @DeMicheleErica!
College Fairs Online
Parents, help your students expand their research in connecting with great affordable colleges and universities around the USA. Chat with admissions counselors to ask questions about academics, campus life, financial aid, scholarships and more! Have your students register now so they don't miss it! They can go online to www.collegefairsonline.com now to register for the Northeastern region fair!
Naviance is a web based tool that allows your 10th to 12th graders to explore their values, personality, strengths and correlate them to career clusters. It directs them to colleges with suggested majors and build a list of colleges to explore.
Seniors and Juniors can see upcoming college visitations and request to attend.
All students should be building their activity resume.
Is your senior ready to send out college applications this fall? Click here to review what to do this summer to prepare for college admissions.
Students at all grade levels are encouraged to begin exploring colleges. Build colleges of interest in Naviance and plan campus visitations.
CLASS OF 2019 HEADQUARTERS
Post-Graduation Plans Form
It is very important that every senior complete and return the Post-Graduation Plans Form to Mrs. Kitty Newman, Guidance Secretary. This information is posted in the Graduation Program. This mandatory form gives us permission to send your transcripts to your post-secondary school.
Project Graduation Information
- June 4th - Senior Night
- June 5th, 6th and 7th - during lunch periods
- June 10th, 11th and 12th - late sign-in desk
To be guaranteed a prize at Project Graduation, tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, June 12th. Please see flyer for additional information.
Mr. Guidotti's Update
The 2019 Spring season is coming to an end and we are still cheering on one more athlete this weekend.
The Boys' and Girls' Track teams competed at the Group 2 South Sectional meet at Delsea Regional on May 24th and May 25th. The students represented Delran very well and several athletes qualified for the Group 2 Championship on May 31st and June 1st. The following students advanced: Kaia Eder, Tati White, Miekel House, Brendan Depenbrock and Stephen Grello. The Group 2 championships took place at Central Regional High School. Miekel House qualified for the Meet of Champions in the 100-meter dash. The Meet of Champion is this Saturday, June 8th at Northern Burlington Regional. Good luck Miekel!
The Softball Team is your 2019 Group 2 South Champions! The first time this team has won this achievement since 1995. The team defeated Audubon 4-1 on their home field. Junior, Lindsey Cramer was fantastic on the mound while Freshman, Brooke Acker hit the go-ahead two-run home run into the left field fans. The team is so excited that they get to continue this amazing season. With this win, the team got to participate in the State Semi-final game on Friday, May 31st at Stockton University against Bordentown. The season did not end the way the team wanted but the Lady Bears had an amazing run and played as a team the entire season. Go Lady Bears!
The Baseball Team made it to the second round of the NJSIAA State Tournament under first-year Head Coach, James Goodwin. The students had a great season for the Bears and the future looks bright for the program. Alexander Madera has been chosen to participate in the Senior All-Star game. RJ Moten, Kristopher Giangreco and Alexander Madera have been chosen to participate in the Carpenter Cup game. RJ Moten has been named to 1st Team All-South Jersey. Congratulations to the Bears on a successful season.
The Golf Team ended the season at 6-6 with a very young team. The students had a great time together, creating great bonds between each other. The four members of the team who participated in the BCSL Open on Tuesday, May 28th at the Old York Country Club all shot under 100. This is a great accomplishment and the program appears to be heading in the right direction.
Congratulations to all of the student-athletes and coaches for a wonderful 2018-2019 school year. I am so proud of the efforts by everyone. It is amazing how a small town can stand toe to toe with any school in the state. Enjoy your summer and Go Bears!
The Class of 2019 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is quickly approaching which means we need nominations for athletes, teams, contributors and coaches. If you have someone in mind who you feel should be a part of this special group at Delran High School, please go to the Delran High School webpage, select Athletics and select the Hall of Fame Nomination Form tab. Print out this form and return it to the Director of Athletics by July 3, 2019. The form will ask for specific information that will help the committee to decide who should be a part of the class of 2019. There are also hard copies located in the main office. If you have any question, please do not hesitate to reach out to Anthony Guidotti at (856) 461-6100.
Please click here for the Athletic Department's web page!
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