Druid Hills High School
Red Devil Reflections - March 30
Tomorrow is the last day to submit field trips requests for the 2016-17 school year!
April Wednesday Meetings
- 4/12 Leadership
- 4/19 Faculty
- 4/26 Department
Save the Date - April 15th - Prom - Georgia Aquarium - Chaperones Needed!
RtI Reminders - Darden
Just a reminder that work samples are to be uploaded for students on your RTI caseload on a weekly basis. I understand that you all are extremely busy, however, we need this data to assign our students to the proper tiers for support. If you are in need of another tutorial for uploading documents, please let me know. I will be happy to assist in any way I can. Thank you to those teachers who have been uploading work samples and documenting interventions in the student folders.
Shout outs to Ms. Montooth, Ms. Ward, Dr. Van de Water, Ms. Knight, Ms. Ross, Mr. Boone, Ms. Mills, Ms. Steffen, Ms. Griffith and Mr. Patel for uploading some samples and documenting behaviors and interventions!
Thank you in advance to everyone else. I know you all will find the time in your busy schedules to get these samples uploaded. Have a great day! You're all awesome!!
Spring Break Reminders & Building Hours
Please note that the water will be shut off after 9am on Monday and Tuesday. As a result, the building will be closed for business during Spring Break. Staff members are able to use their key cards for building access between 8am and 1:30pm. The building will be alarmed at 2pm.
All receipt books and monies collected thus far must be submitted to the bookkeeper
(Mr. J.D. Satterwhite)
by Thursday, March 30, 2017 BEFORE 12:00 P.M.
If you know that you will not make this deadline , please email me ASAP!
The deadline for all P-Card purchases was March 24, 2017. Please do not submit any p-card authorization forms as they will not be honored. Thank You!
DeVry University @ DHHS
We are super excited to be partnering with DeVry University to rising juniors the opportunity to enroll in the DeVry University Advantage Academy dual enrollment program. Selected students have the opportunity to earn an Associate of Science degree in Network Systems Administration while enrolled (and taking all DeVRY & DHHS courses) at DHHS their junior and senior years.
We are currently recruiting our rising juniors to start the program in the fall. Our goal is to have between 20 -24 students.
Please send Mr. Joyner a list of current sophomores, rising juniors, you think may be interested in the program.
There will be an informational program for the students when we return from break, April 13 at 10 AM
We know this is a quick turn around, so please get student names to us as soon as possible.
Lead Higher/Move on When Ready Meeting
International Skills Diploma Seal
The International Skills Diploma Seal is awarded to graduating high school students who complete an international education curriculum and engage in extracurricular activities and experiences that foster the achievement of global competencies. It is a signal to employers and higher education institutions that a student is prepared to participate in the global economy.
Druid Hills High School is the only school in DeKalb County and one of eighty schools statewide eligible to award a diploma seal to students meeting the criteria:
- At least three credits in the same world language and/or ESOL
- At least four credits in courses determined to have an international focus, such as international economics, world/non-US history, world geography, etc.
- At least four extracurricular activities and experiences with global themes and/or in global contexts (e.g., exchange programs, international and language clubs, travel abroad)
- Twenty hours of community service involving a global/cross-cultural public service project
- Capstone presentation on the knowledge gained in the courses and activities listed above
Interested students should complete and return the ISDS application to the Main Office by Friday, April 14. I am also planning to hold a brief (15 min) interest session Monday, April 10 at 8:30am in the Theatre (passes will be in malboxes on Friday). Please direct students to contact me with any questions.
Please donate your old newspapers to the Art Department. We will turn your trash into art!
Books for Africa Drive - Ms. Bracewell
The National English Honor Society students will be conducting a Books for Africa drive the week of April 17-21. Please let me know if you're willing to have a student come into your class during the week of April 10 to explain the drive, what's needed, and leave a collection box in your classroom. I'me raised the money to ship 2,000 pounds of books, so we're really hoping to have a successful collection!
*Students donating books will be asked to put a slip of paper with their name on it into each book. At the end of the drive, one name will be drawn and that student will get a $50 gift card to Chick Fil A!
Applerouth SAT Workshop AND FREE MOCK SAT at Druid Hills High School
Prepare for the SAT in an interactive Workshop where students learn the major concepts and strategies needed to master the exam. Class price includes group instruction, all materials, and a full-length practice test under simulated testing conditions. Parents will receive an email after every session detailing what was covered. Workshop price: $149
To register for the SAT workshop, go to applerouth.com/signup and enter the event code
To register for just the FREE SAT mock test, go to applerouth.com/signup and enter the event code M248584
- The Red Devils beat Luella last week 2-0. Excellent goals from Jimelle and Ellie J, with just as nice assists from Indigo and Savannah. It was a dominant effort by the entire team.
- The Red Devils also won last night's game against North Clayton 9-0. There were seven different goal scorers led by Bella and Jimelle with 2. Indigo, Christina, Savannah, Helen and Abby also scored. Five different players had assists including Ellie J. Marina kept the shutout with a save. More excellent play from Campbell, Maya, Jenny, Ellie W, Cate and Melina. Keep pushing ladies.
Congratulations to the track team for their outstanding performance at the DeKalb County Varsity Championship meet! The boys team placed 6th in the county, and the girls team placed 10th. Top performances include:
- Genevieve Ferrara - 2nd in the 800m (#1 freshman in the county), 7th in the 3200m
- Ermias Tewolde - 3rd in the 1600m
- Aija Wall - 3rd in the 300m hurdles
- Emanuel Faria - 4th in the 800m run
- Boys 4x100m relay - 6th (Ruben Taylor, Kenyon Blackshear, Clark Sheppard, Shavar Bernard)
- Boys 4x400m relay - 6th (Shavar Bernard, Kenyon Blackshear, Ruben Taylor, Clark Sheppard)
- Carter Rathur - 7th in the 1600m
- Romylee Saint Cloud - 8th in the 300m hurdles
Let’s congratulate our Girl’s Golf Team on its outstanding performance at the 2017 DeKalb County Golf Tournament held yesterday at Sugar Creek Golf & Tennis Course. First, I would like to highlight Hailey Crosby terrific performance. As a freshman, she placed 4 th in the golf tournament with 30 other golfers. And congratulation also goes out to Aujenay Easley, who played her best match. She was the only golfer in her group that qualified to continue playing the remaining 9 holes. And as the team moves forward, I would like to wish them WELL at its next stop, the “Area Championship.”
Track @ Godfrey Stadium 3p
Golf vs Arabia Mountian/Towers @ Sugar Creek 4p
Tuesday, March 28
Fifth Period & Study Hall
Free Teacher YOGA Outside Media Ctr 3:30p
Nathan's Driver Ed Classes 3:30p
V Soccer vs N. Clayton @ Adams Stadium 5:30/7:30p (Alexander)
V Lacrosse vs MLK @ DHHS 6p (Ingram)
Ultimate Spirit Night 5pm-close Saba Restaurant
Wednesday, March 29
SAT Tutoring 4p
VB Lacrosse @ N. Springs 5:55p (Alexander)
9th Grade Baseball vs Notre Dame Academy
Ultimate Frisbee 7p
Thursday, March 30
Nathan's Drivers Ed Classes 3:30p
Parent/Teacer Conferences 4p
V Soccer @ Eastside 6p (Ingram)
Ultimate Frisbee 6p
Friday, March 31
Track @ Starr's Mill 4p
April 15 - Prom Georgia Aquarium
AM Duty/PM Bus Duty
Science Bldg: E. Robinson
Gym: J. Lee
Bus Duty: Lewis
Bus Duty: Pauling
A Lunch: Brooks
B Lunch: Roode
C Lunch: Langford
D Lunch: Duncanson
2nd: Van de water