Red Devil Reflections

April 28

Jeans Weeks: May 2 - 13

Don't Forget to Sign Off on Your Summative Conference!

Staff Appreciation Party - Thursday, May 5 3:45 @ Durrand Mill Clubhouse

Please make plans to attend the PTSA-sponsored Staff Appreciation Party! Great food, great beverages, great fellowship will be had by all. Plus we will be recognizing our Teacher of Excellence nominees and the winner, who will receive $500.

Bookkeeping Information

As of 4/29/2016 Druid Hills HS will no longer accept checks for THIS school year (since we are winding down). Students are expected to pay for fees, dues, etc. either with Cash, Certified Money Order, or Cashier's Check.


As a matter of convenience to our paying students/families we are offering them to try out The District's NEW Online Payment System. They will be able to access the online payment system through our school website. We will provide a quick link (through email) no later than Monday for our students who wish to pay online. This feature will no GO LIVE until Monday May 2, 2016.


If you have not already provided Mrs. Huffman with your club information regarding dues, fees, etc. please get with her ASAP so that she can put this information online.


P.S. There will be a $2.00 / transaction convenience fee that will be charged to the online user. This fee will NOT come back to the school account it will be rectified with the district.

My Brother's Keeper Summit - May 6 9am-3pm @ Miller Grove HS

DeKalb County School District (DCSD) accepted the MBK Community Challenge and is hosting the 2nd Annual MBK DeKalb. Partners include DeKalb County Government, 100 Black Men of DeKalb County, media partner V103/WAOK CBS Broadcasting, and other collaborative partners.


Breakfast, lunch, and free childcare will be provided as well as special invited guests, workshops and more! Transportation will be available by contacting our Main Office.


Workshops for students include: ● Dress for Success ● Healthy Teen Relationships ●Violence Prevention ● Goal Setting


Workshops for parents include: ● Supporting Your Children’s Education ● Raising Males of Color ● Family Dynamics ● Positive Behavior Intervention ● Bullying Prevention


Please feel free to share this with family, friends, students, and parents.


For more information and to register, click here: MBKDEKALB or text @mbkdekalb to 81010.

From Mr. Goodwin - Piano

Often when I go to the stage the Grand Piano is uncovered, and the fall board is open with keys showing.


Other times I find books and other items laying on top of the piano. I have even found leftover food trays and food on top of the piano.


Piano specifics:

Baldwin, 9 foot, Concert Grand Piano.

Value $60,000- $125,000.

(In 1995 the median price for similar pianos was $56,500!)

When the Theater was renovated in 1998 the piano was overhauled/refurbished at a cost of $10,000.


Piano Etiquette:

Never put anything on top of a piano you do not own.


Just because you see a piano (or any musical instrument) does not mean you have permission to use/play it.


If you do have permission to use it please close and cover it.


Respect the piano as a really expensive instrument that can be damaged easily by careless actions.


If you use the theater regularly please do not allow students to play the piano without permission.

Ms. Brown

Please keep Ms. Brown's family in your thoughts and/or prayers. Within the past ten days, she has lost her beloved Aunt, Nancy Riviere, and Brother, Gavin Griffith.

MIS Update

It looks like we are experiencing an issue with Office 2013. Office 2103 consists of Word, Excel and PowerPoint. MIS engineers have been made aware of this issue and are working to get it resolved as quickly as possible.


We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have it resolved soon.