Activities

May 2022

DDHS

CLASS OF 2022 SENIORS & Parents

Info For Graduating Senior Parents

Jostens Senior Ordering Page


David Douglas High School End of Year Calendar of Events

May 30, 2022 No School – Memorial Day
June 10 & 13, 2022 Student Led Conferences
June 11, 2022 ACT Exam Social Studies Bldg. 8:00am
June 14-16, 2022 Final Exams
June 16, 2022 Students Final Day Early Release 10:46am



Masking Choices



Finish Strong for Semester 2! Go Scots!!!!!:)



Students… It is really important that you remember your laptops everyday!

Make sure you are charging it at home and bringing it with you.



9th Grade Counts

Here are the links to the informational forms and the registration links:

Informational forms:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RagVDlN4zWmPU_YhHdFQXMQkhmU9-50EuWonaV6Rz64/edit?usp=sharing

Calendar link:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1U3bCe-AjElY2ANykZMkMOw3-7vKGh6ECgmdzRBeGPnA/edit?usp=sharing

Registration form link:https://forms.gle/fcG23fPHq5Yfjnm76



DDHS

Student Health Centers

David Douglas Health Center Flyer – May Update- English and Spanish (5-2022)



Our Scots Angel


Monthly Wellness Challenge:

Your Personal Victories This Year!



Monthly Heritage Celebrations

May

Asian Pacific American Month

ALS Awareness Month

April

Arab American Heritage Month

April March 13 to April 15 is
National Deaf History Month

March

Women’s History Month

February


Black History Month


December

December 1:World AIDS Day, commemorating those who have died of AIDS, and to acknowledge the need for a continued commitment to all those affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

December 3: International Day of Persons with Disabilities, designed to raise awareness in regards to persons with disabilities in order to improve their lives and provide them with equal opportunity.

December 10: International Human Rights Day, established by the United Nations in 1948 to commemorate the anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

November –

 

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month in the David Douglas District

Native American Heritage Month



October Heritage Month

DDHS LatinenX We Would Like You To Know





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.



It’s official, DDHS now has an Indigenous Students’ Club!

If you know of anyone who may be interested in joining here is the general information: 


ISC Google Classroom Code: d4msjvy

1st Meeting: Wednesday, Nov 17
Meeting Dates: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each monthMeeting
Times: 2:45pm-4:15pm
Location: Room 116


Staff Members: Tara Williams and Laura Alexander



21st Century Comm. Learning Center




CLASS OF 2022 SENIORS & Parents


2022 Seniors

Jostens Senior Ordering Page

Follow us on Instagram! @OFFICIALDDHSCAREERCENTER




Resourses

Help with Classwork –

AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING/HOMEWORK HELP FOR STUDENTS 

Scots Center, Room 122, Open Monday – Thursday from 7:00 am – 4:30 pm, Fridays 7:00 – 3:00, Galen Schmitt coordinator Open for all students to drop in, there are teachers available in various subjects (usually Math, Science, ELA, among others) throughout the day and after school to help students with subject specific work. 

LSU (Latino Student Union), Room 171, Monday and Wednesday 2:50 – 4:00 pm, Aline Alvarez Advisor Homework help time for Latinx students with a tutor available each day. This is part of the daily LSU after school programming that occurs Monday – Thursday. 

RISE, Room 174, 175, Monday – Thursday from 2:50 – 4:30, Stephanie Ramella, Fayine Hussien coordinators RISE serves our ELD student population, there are numerous tutors available daily to work with students on a variety of homework topics. 

AYCO, Room 115, Monday and Wednesday, 3:00 – 4:30, Aisha Awo contact 

AYCO serves our Somali students and offers after school homework help, case management, parent and community engagement, outreach, and conflict resolution.

 ASSA (After School Student Assist) Room 104, Monday – Thursday, 3:00 – 4:15, Deans of Students contacts This is a program where students who have minor referrals can come and work off their time by doing homework with a staff member, instead of ISS. Students are generally assigned by one of the Deans or Administration.


Scots Center


Food Resources

Food Services


Student Health Center




Click Here For Your

DDHS Graduation 2021 Highlight Video
Link to photos taken by Your Newspaper: The Highlander

2021 Highlander Graduation Photos




Highlander Website:


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



Sun Updates:


Sun Community School

Sun Student Enrollment English

Sun Student Enrollment Spanish

SEI Program with SUN

Sun Wrap Around Services


Links to School Activities:

Athletics

Highlander

Career Center

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