Here We Go!!!! This Week


A few things to note:

Updates: October 2020

DDHS Hosting a FAFSA/ORSAA Completion Night
Wednesday October 21rst & Again Wednesday Oct 28th 
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Register Here! 

Update on Nov. 7th SAT Exam at DDHS: Cancelled
We will not be holding any SAT or ACT tests until our students are cleared to come back to school for in person learning.

Good morning Scots students!

Do you have an overdue library book or

textbook to return to the high school, but you can’t make it into the

school? Now you can return your books to any of our David Douglas Grab

and Go meal distribution sites. For exact locations and times visit our

David Douglas school district website at: Food Resources

Clubs will begin the week of, Monday October 12th

CLUB DESCRIPTIONS 2020 -21 Fall Club Guide – Fall 2020

Monthly Zoom Talks with Caty Buckley:

Let’s Talk Teens

Do you want to rock some SCOTS GEAR?
Student Council started an online store called :
The link is also on our Instagram.
You can order and have the stuff sent directly to your home!
If you have any ideas on designs, send them our way!

Scots Center

Family Technology Support

Meals To Go Changes. Click here for updates:)

David Douglas Student Health Center

2019-2020 Yearbooks are be available for pick up in the main office.

We will have a limited number to sell for those who are interested in getting a yearbook but did not purchase it last year.

IT’S OFFICIALLY FALL :):):) !!!! Time To Celebrate The Season . . :):)

Ms. V’Marie created this video to help you understand how to find your GOOGLE classroom! 

———-> Google Class Tutorial Click Here!

Distance Learning Expectations:

  1. Take responsibility for your education
  2. Be respectful of both your teacher and your classmates
  3. Be on time and attend every class…attendance will be taken
    1. Your video will need to be on and logged in via StudentVue name
    2. Your microphone will need to be muted unless you are speaking
  4. Other electronic devices should be off and away during class time
  5. Wear school appropriate attire
  6. Choose a good location…in a quiet/low traffic area
  7. Stay focused with your attention on the lesson being presented
  8. Be an active participant, don’t be afraid to ask questions and be brief and concise with responses
  9. Stay up-to-date with your assignments/work and check your school email and Google Classroom for communication regularly
  10. Be confidential…protect personal information, both yours and others