3 things to know for February 7: Sing-O-Grams, Senior Slideshow, Concession Stand


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1. Sing-O-Grams

Need help in thinking of the perfect gift for your loved ones and friends here at school?  The High School Concert Choir is here to help!  NOW through February 7th, the Choir will be selling Valentine’s Sing-o-Grams and lollipop orders to be delivered February 9th – 15th.  Choir members will be set up outside the HS Office during Midday Homeroom and outside the HS Cafeteria during Lunch B & C to take your orders.  Each Sing-o-Gram is $5, and each lollipop is $1, cash only.

2. Senior Slideshow

A reminder to seniors that student council is looking for photos for the senior slide show that will be played the week of graduation.  Share photos from elementary, middle and high school, sports, field trips and fun times.  Remember that photo you thought was the most embarrassing at the time but now you look at it and laugh like crazy?   Yes, send that one too! Please submit them at http://photos.dasd.us/. If you have printed photos, please bring them to Mrs. Dorazio in G403 marked with your name and homeroom.

3. Concession Stand

Reminder to all DAHS students, if you are interested in working in the concession stand during girls and boys basketball games and/or wrestling matches, dates are still available. Concession stand sign-ups are in F312. Visit F312 to sign up or see Mrs. Markle, Mrs. Bushey or Mrs. Hower with questions.


Hamburger on Roll with American Cheese Slice and Pickles, Baked French Fries, Peaches or Fresh Fruit, and Milk

Former Derry multisport standout Ryan Bushey, a member of the Mt. Aloysius baseball team, suited up for the short-handed men’s basketball team Wednesday against Pitt-Bradford.

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I won’t ever get over this.

Said defending Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin, after she crashed out of the grant slalom on her first run thus taking her out of contention.

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(CNN) – “While some say it’s too early to know the specific impacts of the pandemic, Lynn Gangone, president and CEO of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) told CNN the numbers already show Covid-19 further dissuaded Americans from going into teaching. In fall 2020 and 2021, about 20% of institutions surveyed by AACTE reported the pandemic resulted in a decline of new undergraduate enrollment of at least 11%. Roughly 13% of institutions reported “significant” declines in the number of new graduate students. Regional state colleges and smaller private institutions — often found in rural communities — have seen the steepest declines.


Billie Eilish pauses concert to help a fan get an inhaler.

There are good people in this world.