Activities

November 2021

Monthly Wellness Challenge:

Your Personal Victories This Year!

Monthly Heritage Celebrations

November –

 Native American Heritage Month



October Heritage Month

DDHS LatinenX We Would Like You To Know


Mark Your Calendar!!! November 4th !

Final Picture Retake Day!!!


Seniors 2022

Celebrate Application Week!


With the College & Career Center


November 1rst – 4th






CLUB DESCRIPTIONS 2021 -22 Fall Club Guide – Fall 2021 Updated

David Douglas Clubs have been going strong all year, Did you know that?
If not, and you may now be interested.
The club list, advisor name and “location” is available for all students.


21st Century Comm. Learning Center




Scots Sports

Special Announcements:

Your Attention Please:

Rules For Spectators at Scots Home Games

At Palermini Stadium:

Due To Available Venue Space

Spectators Will Be Welcomed

From The Visiting and Home Teams Only.

All Spectators will be required to show current physical ID card to be admitted to the game.

Thank You For Your Assistance !!!

Special Student Announcement:

Starting this week: Sept 27, 2021 – October 1, 2021


The ONLY students allowed entry to David Douglas football games are

David Douglas Students and the opposing team students.

Each student must have a physical ID card. Student VUE on your phone will no longer be accepted.

No Middle School students will be allowed in without a parent or guardian,

WHO MUST Remain with them the entire game.


If you still do not have a physical ID card you can see Mrs. Matthews in the Athletic office.


PURCHASE your ASB sticker for $15.00 at the bookkeeper.

This will save you lots of money if you attend more than 4 ticketed events.


CLASS OF 2022 SENIORS & Parents


2022 Seniors

Jostens Senior Ordering Page





FAFSA/ ORSAA* OPENS FRIDAY, OCT. 1 st 





OREGON PROMISE APPLICATION IS OPEN! APPLY NOW!




APPLY

Submit the Oregon Promise Grant Application by the appropriate deadline.
Submit the FAFSA or ORSAA and list at least one Oregon community college.
You must complete this by your application deadline.

ELIGIBILITY

Be a recent Oregon high school graduate or GED® test graduate.
Attend an Oregon community college by your required start term, based on your graduation date.
Have a 2.50 cumulative high school GPA or higher, or a 145 grade on all GED® tests.
Be an Oregon resident for at least 12 months prior to college attendance.
For dependent students, your parent(s) must also live in Oregon.
Have no more than 90 college credits completed or attempted.
Students may be subject to eligibility requirements based on their Expected Family Contribution (EFC).
EFC eligibility requirements are subject to change based on available funding. 



October College Visits- SIGN UP HERE

Open to JUNIORS & SENIORS!

New presentations are added each week! 

Tues. 10/5- George Fox University
Wed. 10/6- Southern Oregon University
Thurs. 10/7- University of Oregon
Wed. 10/13- Oregon State University10/28
Thurs. University of Portland
& many more! 

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Little Shop of Horrors DDHS Musical

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

NOVEMBER 12, 13, 19 & 20 AT 7:30PM

NOVEMBER 14TH AT 2:30PM

RESERVE TICKETS HERE!

BOX OFFICE OPENS NOV 1


SOCIAL DISTANCING AND MASKING REQUIRED

Watch this video to learn more!


A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop Of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney’s The Little MermaidBeauty And The Beast, and Aladdin) are the creative geniuses behind what has become one of the most popular shows in the world.

The meek floral assistant Seymour Krelborn stumbles across a new breed of plant he names “Audrey II” – after his coworker crush. This foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore promises unending fame and fortune to the down and out Krelborn as long as he keeps feeding it, BLOOD. Over time, though, Seymour discovers Audrey II’s out of this world origins and intent towards global domination!


DDHS Theater Box Office





Resourses

Help with Classwork –

Scots Center


Food Resources

Food Services


Student Health Center


2020-2021 DDHS Yearbooks Are HERE!!!

YEARBOOKS ARE HERE!!!!!!

Yearbooks for the 2020-2021 school year have now arrived.

Current students and recent graduates can pick up their pre-ordered yearbooks in the North Office.

There are also a limited number of copies still available for sale.

$50, first come, first serve.

If you would like to purchase a yearbook, please see Mikyla in the North Office.

Book with furled pages
student photo by Noora Almanea 2019




Click Here For Your

DDHS Graduation 2021 Highlight Video


Link to photos taken by Your Newspaper: The Highlander

2021 Highlander Graduation Photos




Highlander Website:

Click this link for full coverage of the event:)


Athletics

  • This is our 8th grade informational video. To view, click this link: 2021 22 Athletic Informational Video HD 720p
  • It is a long video JAM PACKED with information for the students and their families.
  • From the start of the video through 33:21 is the GENERAL INFORMATION section.
  • We encourage students and their parents to watch this entire segment and then they can fast forward to the specific programs they would like information about;
  • TAMS Dance Team 33:22
  • Cheer Team 37:45
  • Fall Sports
  • Football 41:02, Volleyball 44:51, Cross Country 47:36 Girls Soccer 50:30 Boys Soccer 55:08
  • Winter Sports
  • Boys Basketball 57:40 Freshman Basketball 1:04:06 Girls Basketball 1:07:46 Swim 1:11:30
    Wrestling 1:15:46 Girls Wrestling 1:17:48
  • Spring Sports
  • Track & Field 1:20:55 Baseball 1:24:05 Softball 1:27:36 Boys Golf 1:30:03 Girls Golf 1:33:26
    Boys and Girls Tennis 1:36:31



DAVID DOUGLAS EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

Scholarship Page For The DDEF




DDSD Windows & Mirrors Website




At David Douglas, we recognize the importance of having
our students not only see themselves reflected in literature,
but also as a means to learn about and understand other
cultures. This collection promotes books that authentically
and realistically portray the diversity of all students, from
both historical and contemporary perspectives. In addition
to titles featuring a diverse range of multicultural characters
and authors, books about socioeconomic struggles, LGBTQ+
issues, and characters with disabilities and mental health
issues are also included. During CDL, having these
resources available when access to library materials is so
limited is especially valuable.
Contact jen_difrances@ddsd40.org for questions or
additional information. 


logo for Highlander School Paper

The school newspaper, The Highlander, is still hard at work
bringing you school and community News, in-depth Features
stories, and thought-provoking Opinionated columns. Here’s
our link, which you’ll also find on the high school’s website:

The Highlander



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