Drama Club Thanks You
The DMS Drama Club would like to thank all students, staff and families that supported ourpancake breakfast and Uno's fundraisers. The performance dates for Annie, Jr. are Thursday, April 4at 7:00pm, Friday, April 5 at 7:00pm and Saturday, April 6 at 2:00pm - all in the DHS auditorium.Stay tuned for ticket sale information.
Grade Parents/Guardians and StudentsFROM: Mr. Pagnotta, 8
Grade School Counselor
In late January, DHS and CTC counselors talked with all 8
grade studentsregarding how to succeed at DHS, including number of credits to graduate, what a blockschedule looks like, interesting CTC programs, the NH Scholars Program, and much moreuseful information. Parents/guardians received a letter from Principal Lyndes regardingDHS Transition early in February. Students met Dean Stephens and toured DHS and theCTC on 2/12 and seemed to really enjoy it. On March 11
, students will bring home
another letter specifically describing Course Selection and will bring home teachers’
recommendations for core classes and a foreign language. Parents and students willchoose electives to fill the remaining credits for Freshman year. Remember, students need between 7 and 8credits (7 credits- student have a Study Hall all year; 8 credits- no Study Hall). You should start looking nowat the DHS Program of Studies (POS) online on both DHS and DMS websites. Finally, if you have anyquestions, the POS i
s a great place to start, and if that doesn’t answer your questions, make sure to come to
the DMS PTA meeting March 12
from 7-8:00p.m. in the DMS Library to speak directly with DHS staff! Of course, feel free to reach out to DMS and DHS staff at any point along the way. Enjoy this process;
it’s a very
Many thanks to all of the Language Arts teachers for their help with the spelling bee this year.The DMS champion-speller is Sean Gallipo, grade 6, who placed first.Bella Cruz, grade 7, placed second.Congratulations to all!
The winner of the DMS Geography Bee was Olivia Chagnon, grade 8, for the second year in a row,and the runner up was Jake Samuelson, grade 5.Congratulations!