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FRIDAY,  MAY 24, 2019

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements:

  • Any student who has purchased a yearbook online can go to Mr. Porcelli’s room, C330, either before or after school or during lunch period. Please be sure to bring an Id with you to pick up your book. If any student would like to purchase a book, please bring $90 in cash to the main office. There are a limited number of books available, so first come, first served.
  • Wow! Are you going on the senior trip? Because I sure am. I can’t wait to ride amazing roller coasters in the beautiful state of New Jersey, home of Bruce Springsteen, Taylor ham, and Snookie. Any senior interested in the trip to Six Flags must hand in the permission slip & $75 to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by Wednesday, May 29th. It’s gonna be a Jerseylicious time!
  • The Board of Governors officer elections will take place on Monday and Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th. Rising juniors and seniors may run for a position. If you are interested, please pick up an application in any level office or the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, May 29th at 2pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 2019

Athletic Events today:

FR Baseball HOME vs. New Fairfield – 4:30

Boys Golf AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30

Boys Volleyball AWAY vs. Staples in the FCIAC Semifinals being played at Fairfield Ludlowe HS – 7:00 – bus leaves at 5:00

General Announcements: 

  • Wow! Are you going on the senior trip? Because I sure am. I can’t wait to ride amazing roller coasters in the beautiful state of New Jersey, home of Bruce Springsteen, Taylor ham, and Snookie. Any senior interested in the trip to Six Flags must hand in the permission slip & $75 to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by Wednesday, May 29th. It’s gonna be a Jerseylicious time!

  • Seniors! Prom is Friday. You know what that means! Wear your Prom t-shirt! It’s beautiful, and you’re going to look amazing in it. So, seniors, don’t forget to wear your prom t-shirt to school on Friday.

  • The Board of Governors officer elections will take place on Monday and Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th. Rising juniors and seniors may run for a position. If you are interested, please pick up an application in any level office or the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, May 29th at 2pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

  • SNHS/Science Club will have a meeting tomorrow in C529 beginning at 2:10.  Light refreshments will be provided and all members are expected to attend.

  • Congratulations to the girls Track and Field team for winning the FCIAC Championship yesterday at SCSU. The team amassed 180.5 points to outdistance runner-up Greenwich by over 100 points. Meilee Kry won the Long jump and Triple Jump. Alanna Smith was a triple winner in the 100,200,and 400. Tiana Rogers won the Shot Put with a throw of 39 feet 1 inch which was over six feet beyond her previous personal best. The team showed a competitive edge as well as sportsmanship in winning their fourth conference title in a row. Great job, ladies!

  • Congratulations to the boys track team and the following athletes who won their events at the FCIAC Championship yesterday.  Malcolm Going in the 400m run. The 4x400m team of Edmund Hurdle, Gabriel Kwarteng, Malik Thomas and Malcolm Going. The 4x800m team of Gabriel Kwarteng, Ryan Caldwell, Rock Lamour and Malcolm Going.  The 4x100m team of Malik Thomas, Luca Santos, Shamar Carter and Edmund Hurdle were runner-up. The team now heads to the Class LL State Championship.

TUESDAY,  MAY 21, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V Baseball HOME vs. Pomperaug – 4:00
  • JV Baseball HOME vs. Trumbull – 4:30
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ the FCIAC Championships at SCSU – 1:30 – buses leave at 10:15
  • Girls Golf AWAY @ Darien – 3:00 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • FR Softball AWAY @ Newtown – 3:30 – bus leaves at 2:10

General Announcements: 

  • Wow! Are you going on the senior trip? Because I sure am. I can’t wait to ride amazing roller coasters in the beautiful state of New Jersey, home of Bruce Springsteen, Taylor ham, and Snookie. Any senior interested in the trip to Six Flags must hand in the permission slip & $75 to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by Wednesday, May 29th. It’s gonna be a Jerseylicious time!
  • Seniors! Prom is Friday. You know what that means! Wear your Prom t-shirt! It’s beautiful, and you’re going to look amazing in it. So, seniors, don’t forget to wear your prom t-shirt to school on Friday.
  • Senior Class Elections will take place on Thursday, May 23rd. If you are currently a junior and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the main or level offices. The application is due by May 17th at 2pm, no late applications will be accepted.
  • The Board of Governors officer elections will take place on Monday and Tuesday, June 3rd and 4th. Rising juniors and seniors may run for a position. If you are interested, please pick up an application in any level office or the main office. Applications are due by Wednesday, May 29th at 2pm, and no late applications will be accepted.

MONDAY,  MAY 20, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Trumbull in the FCIAC playdowns – 4:30
  • V Girls Lacrosse HOME vs. Hall – 6:00

General Announcements: 

  • Senior Class Elections will take place on Thursday, May 23rd. If you are currently a junior and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the main or level offices. The application is due by May 17th at 2pm, no late applications will be accepted.

  • Attn:  SENIORS If you have perfect attendance for all FOUR years at DHS please come to the main office by the end of the day Tuesday, May 21st, to give us your name.

  • Thank you so much to all who attended and for showing support to the Annual International Night!  We are excited for this event to continue at DHS. It was a big success, and your participation meant a lot to performing students and Latino Club.Thank you for coming!

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their outstanding performances at the Dream Invitational on Friday night. The 1600 SMR team broke the school record and ran the number one time in the state of Connecticut in 4:09.02. The team consistent of Daniella Grullon-Pena, Jessica Glowacki, Natalee Seipio and Alanna Smith. The 4×200 team of Natalee Seipio, Briana Gilliard, Jessica Glowacki, Alanna Smith also ran the fastest time in the state this season running 1:43.56. Tremendous job, ladies!

FRIDAY,  MAY 17, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Pomperaug – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ the Dream Invitational at New Milford HS – 8:00 – bus leaves at 5:30
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V Softball AWAY @ St. Joseph in the FCIAC Quarterfinals – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • V Baseball AWAY @ Darien in the FCIAC Quarterfinals – 2:00 – bus leaves at 12:00

General Announcements: 

  • Attention all Key Club members:This Saturday is planting day at the Kiwanis Giving Garden. Hours are 8-1 and lunch is provided free of charge. Come for some or all of the morning. Check your google classroom for all the details, or the club bulletin board in C3. The weather is going to be great—Let’s plan to gather and finish out the year strong!
  • Any senior who would like to buy a yearbook has first dibs until the end of the day today to purchase a book for $90. We can only accept cash for these books and we have a limited number available, please come to the main office to reserve your copy today. Underclassmen, if there are any books left, you will be able to purchase them next week. This is your last opportunity to purchase yearbooks and they are only available in the main office for $90 cash.
  • Senior Prom tickets will be on sale through lunch today for $75. They will be sold in the cafe during lunch waves and outside of the auditorium during Flex. Please make sure your dues, library fines, cafeteria bills, and parking tickets are paid up so you can buy your Prom ticket.
  • Thrills. Adventure. Chicken tenders. Obviously I’m talking about Six Flags New Jersey. Any senior interested in attending the senior trip must bring $75 and a completed permission slip to Mr. Samaha in G291 or Ms. Tobin in D473.
  • Any DHS Student interested in working as a certified lifeguard or swim instructor for the City of Danbury this summer please come to the athletic office by the end of the day today to pick up information on the process to apply.
  • The Academy of Western CT is raising money for the PEMBROKE PLAYGROUND PROJECT, an ADA playground to be built at Pembroke School.  We are selling magnets, bracelets, scrunchies, pins, and collecting monetary donations. Look for us in the cafeteria this week! 100% of the donations go to Pembroke Playground. Contact Melissa Busnel x2862 for info [email protected]k12.ct.us
  • Senior Class Elections will take place on Thursday, May 23rd. If you are currently a junior and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the main or level offices. The application is due by May 17th at 2pm, no late applications will be accepted.
  • Attn:  SENIORS If you have perfect attendance for all FOUR years at DHS please come to the main office by the end of the day Tuesday, May 21st, to give us your name.
  • The Latino Club is hosting “International Night” TONIGHT from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS main Gym.  The Latino Club has been working very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food. Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture. Ticket cost is $5.00 Food & beverages will be sold separately. ALL are invited. Thank you!
  • IV Noche International 2019
  • Latino Club  está celebrando  la “Noche Internacional ” hoy de 6:30-9:00 pm en el gimnasio principal de DHS. Latino Club ha estado trabajado muy duro para organizar una noche de espectáculos culturales, actividades y deliciosa comida.
  • Únase a nosotros para celebrar la riqueza y diversidad  cultural de DHS. Tu apoyo significa mucho para nuestros estudiantes”.
  • El costo del boleto es de $ 5.00
  • Comidas y bebidas se venderán por separado.
  • TODOS ustedes están cordialmente invitados. ¡Gracias!

WEDNESDAY,  MAY 15, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V and JV Baseball HOME vs. Trumbull – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Trumbull – 5:15
  • JV Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Trinity Catholic – 5:00
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Staples – JV 4:00 V 5:30
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Trumbull – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Softball AWAY @ Trumbull – JV 4:00 V 4:15 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for beating Ridgefield 98-47. The lady Hatters were led by a personal best throw of 90-7 in the discus by Alexis C and Celia C throw of 33-2 in the shot put. Stephanie Q won the 3200 in 11:18 and Alanna S won the 100,200,and 400 meters. Natalee S ran the come from behind closing leg on the 4×400 relay.  This was the team’s 4th consecutive undefeated season in a row. The Girls Track & Field team is 52-1 over the past five years. Great job ladies!
  • The boys track and field team beat Ridgefield yesterday and closed out the regular season undefeated at 9 wins. The team was lead by a strong showing by the underclassmen.  Congratulations this was a great team win!
  • Varsity cheerleading tryouts will start tomorrow at 5:00pm in the G gym. Please make sure you have a current physical on file with the school nurse. Any questions see Mrs. Tatarzycki in the athletic office.
  • The yearbooks are coming, the yearbooks are coming! Any senior who would like to buy a yearbook has this week to purchase a book for $90. We can only accept cash for these books and we have a limited number available, so please come to the main office to reserve your copy today. Underclassmen, if there are any books left, you will be able to purchase them next week. This is your last opportunity to purchase yearbooks and they are only available in the main office for $90 cash.
  • Any senior interested in being selected to deliver a speech at graduation MUST attend an informational meeting after school TODAY in C340. So, seniors, if your grandma ever told you that you should be president, first give the graduation speech a try and attend the info meeting after school in C340.
  • Senior Prom tickets will be on sale starting today through Friday for $75. They will be sold in the cafe during lunch waves and on Thursday & Friday outside of the auditorium during Flex. Please make sure your dues, library fines, cafeteria bills, and parking tickets are paid up so you can buy your Prom ticket for $75 Tuesday through Friday.
  • Thrills. Adventure. Chicken tenders. Obviously I’m talking about Six Flags New Jersey. Any senior interested in attending the senior trip must bring $75 and a completed permission slip to Mr. Samaha in G291 or Ms. Tobin in D473.
  • The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization will be having a meeting tomorrow, May 16th at 2:15 in Room C339.  We will be outlining next year’s activities – all are invited – refreshments will be provided – hope to see you there!
  • Any DHS Student interested in working as a certified lifeguard or swim instructor for the City of Danbury this summer please come to the athletic office by Friday, May 17th to pick up information on the process to apply.
  • The Academy of Western CT is raising money for the PEMBROKE PLAYGROUND PROJECT, an ADA playground to be built at Pembroke School.  We are selling magnets, bracelets, scrunchies, pins, and collecting monetary donations. Look for us in the cafeteria this week! 100% of the donations go to Pembroke Playground. Contact Melissa Busnel x2862 for info [email protected]k12.ct.us
  • Senior Class Elections will take place on Thursday, May 23rd. If you are currently a junior and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the main or level offices. The application is due by May 17th at 2pm, no late applications will be accepted.
  • The Young Republicans will meet Thursday after school in D268. New members welcome!
  • Attn:  SENIORS If you have perfect attendance for all FOUR years at DHS please come to the main office by the end of the day Tuesday, May 21st, to give us your name.
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in playing Boys Soccer TODAY at 2:00 in the cafeteria.

THURSDAY,  MAY 9, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Wilton – 3:15
  • JV Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Greenwich – 4:30
  • Boys Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Trumbull – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • JV Girls Golf AWAY @ St. Joseph – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:45
  • V Softball AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Softball AWAY @ Norwalk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Trumbull – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • The Young Republicans will meet today after school in D268. New members welcome!
  • Any senior interested in being selected to deliver a speech at graduation MUST attend an informational meeting after school on Wednesday, May 15th in C340. So, seniors, if your grandma ever told you that you should be president, first give the graduation speech a try and attend the info meeting after school on Wednesday in C340.
  • Senior Prom tickets will be on sale Tuesday through Friday for $75. They will be sold in the cafe during lunch waves and on Thursday & Friday outside of the auditorium during Flex. Please make sure your dues, library fines, cafeteria bills, and parking tickets are paid up so you can buy your Prom ticket for $75 Tuesday through Friday.
  • Thrills. Adventure. Chicken tenders. Obviously I’m talking about Six Flags New Jersey. Any senior interested in attending the senior trip must bring $75 and a completed permission slip to Mr. Samaha in G291 or Ms. Tobin in D473.
  • Any DHS Student interested in working as a certified lifeguard or swim instructor for the City of Danbury this summer please come to the athletic office by Friday, May 17th to pick up information on the process to apply.
  • Attention students who are taking band, choir, or orchestra next year. There will be an informational meeting about next year’s Music Department trip to Disney on Monday, May 13th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre. See Miss Russell in A215 with any questions.
  • DHS Varsity Cheer tryouts start next week on the 16th. Please make sure you have a current physical on file with the school nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in the athletic office for more information.
  • It’s time for the CODA Festival! ART! MUSIC! CRAFTS! SAND ART! ROBOTICS! And even food to purchase from the HATTERS CAFE!! Come to the Celebration of Danbury Arts this Saturday from 11am to 4 pm at DHS in the Black Box theatre and the lower lot! A Great Family-Friendly event!
  • The Latino Club is hosting the IV International Night on Friday, May 17th, from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS Main Gymnasium. Our students have worked very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food.  Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture. Your support would mean so much to the students. Tickets cost $5.00 and food & beverages will be sold separately.
  • The PTO is sponsoring a Teen Safe Driving night on Monday, May 13th at 7pm in the Media Center. Students and staff are invited to attend. There will be presenters from Epic Thayer Driver Education and a Danbury police officer will discuss the latest laws, tips and tools to help teens be safe, responsible drivers.
  • Senior Class Elections will take place on Thursday, May 23rd. If you are currently a junior and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the main or level offices. The application is due by May 17th at 2pm, no late applications will be accepted.

WEDNESDAY,  MAY 8, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V & JV Baseball HOME vs. Wilton – JV 4:00 V 4:30
  • Boys Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Trinity Catholic – 4:30
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Westhill – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Wilton – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V Softball AWAY @ Wilton – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • JV Softball AWAY @ New Milford – 3:45 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • The Young Republicans will meet tomorrow after school in D268. New members welcome!
  • Any DHS Student interested in working as a certified lifeguard or swim instructor for the City of Danbury this summer please come to the athletic office by Friday, May 17th to pick up information on the process to apply.
  • Attention students who are taking band, choir, or orchestra next year. There will be an informational meeting about next year’s Music Department trip to Disney on Monday, May 13th at 7:00 PM in the Black Box Theatre. See Miss Russell in A215 with any questions.
  • DHS Varsity Cheer tryouts start next week on the 16th. Please make sure you have a current physical on file with the school nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in the athletic office for more information.
  • Next week senior prom tickets go on sale for $75 in the cafeteria during lunch waves! Be sure to pay off any dues, library fines, parking fines, or cafeteria balances so you can boogie down on the dance floor. It’s gonna be lit, no cap.
  • Seniors! Do you like rollercoasters? Do you like fun? Do you like dippin’ dots, the ice cream of the future? Then the senior trip to Six Flags, New Jersey is for you! Bring the permission slip and $75 cash or check to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291.
  • ROTC is selling snacks after school when athletic events are being held. Stop by ROTC to get a pregame snack and drink!
  • Congratulations to Viktoria W-A, Tommy M, Maggie H, Mikaela S, and Musa M for being named a winner of one of Danbury Cultural Commission’s annual writing contests! They will be awarded at a ceremony at West Conn on May 16th. Teachers are invited to attend.
  • It’s time for the CODA Festival! ART! MUSIC! CRAFTS! SAND ART! ROBOTICS! And even food to purchase from the HATTERS CAFE!! Come to the Celebration of Danbury Arts this Saturday from 11am to 4 pm at DHS in the Black Box theatre and the lower lot! A Great Family-Friendly event!

TUESDAY,  MAY 7, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V Softball HOME vs. Bridgeport Central – 4:00
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Abbott Tech – 3:45 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Golf AWAY @ New Canaan – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • FR Softball AWAY @ Newtown – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their victories over Trumbull and Stamford. Danbury beat Trumbull 102-42 and Stamford 142-3. The team was led by double winner Daniella G-P who won the 1600, 3200. Meilee K also won the long jump, triple jump and 200 meters. Tiana R had a personal best in the Javelin and the shot putters swept their event. The girls track & field team is now 8-0 heading into their final regular season meet next week against Ridgefield. Great job, ladies.
  • The Young Republicans will meet Thursday after school in D268. New members welcome!
  • Any DHS Student interested in working as a certified lifeguard or swim instructor for the City of Danbury this summer please come to the athletic office by Friday, May 17th to pick up information on the process to apply.
  • DHS Varsity Cheer tryouts start next week on the 16th. Please make sure you have a current physical on file with the school nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in the athletic office for more information.
  • Next week senior prom tickets go on sale for $75 in the cafeteria during lunch waves! Be sure to pay off any dues, library fines, parking fines, or cafeteria balances so you can boogie down on the dance floor. It’s gonna be lit, no cap.
  • Seniors! Do you like rollercoasters? Do you like fun? Do you like dippin’ dots, the ice cream of the future? Then the senior trip to Six Flags, New Jersey is for you! Bring the permission slip and $75 cash or check to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291.
  • ROTC is selling snacks after school when athletic events are being held. Stop by ROTC to get a pregame snack and drink!
  • Join the US Postal Service in their Annual Food Drive. Now until Friday, May 10th, our DHS letter carriers will accept your non-perishable food donations. The collection site is the C3 mail room.  Please bring in non-perishable food items to help ease food insecurity in our community.
  • Attention All Dancers: The Connecticut Ballet will be hosting open auditions here at DHS for their Khalda Logan scholarships. Interested dancers may audition for talent-based scholarships on Tuesday, May 21st from 2-3pm in the Black Box Theater. The audition will consist of a warm up and dance class in front of a panel of local professional dancers. No prior experience is required. For more info, visit ConnecticutBallet.org
  • It’s time for the CODA Festival! ART! MUSIC! CRAFTS! SAND ART! ROBOTICS! And even food to purchase from the HATTERS CAFE!! Come to the Celebration of Danbury Arts this Saturday from 11am to 4 pm at DHS in the Black Box theatre and the lower lot! A Great Family-Friendly event!
  • The Latino Club is hosting the “International Night” on Friday, May 17th, from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS main Gym. The Latino Club has being working very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food. Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture.  Your support would mean so much to the students. Ticket cost is $5.00 Food & beverages will be sold separately. Thank you!
  • Spanish Translation:
  • Latino Club está celebrando la “Noche Internacional ” el viernes 17 de mayo de 6: 30-9: 00 pm en el gimnasio principal de DHS. Latino Club ha estado trabajado muy duro para organizar una noche de espectáculos culturales, actividades y deliciosa comida.
    • Únase a nosotros para celebrar la riqueza y diversidad  cultural de DHS. Tu apoyo significa mucho para nuestros estudiantes”.
    • El costo del boleto es de $ 5.00
    • Comidas y bebidas se venderán por separado.
    • TODOS ustedes están cordialmente invitados. ¡Gracias!

MONDAY,  MAY 6, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V Baseball HOME vs. Trinity Catholic – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME vs. Norwalk – 3:15
  • JV Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Trinity Catholic – 5:00
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. New Canaan – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ Stamford and Trumbull – 4:00 – buses leave at 1:30
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Joel Barlow – JV 5:30 V 7:00 – buses leave at 3:45
  • V Softball AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Greenwich – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Greenwich – 3:30 – bus leaves at 1:45

General Announcements:

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their outstanding performances at the Middletown Invite this past weekend. The 4×100 team of Alanna S, Natalee S, Jessica G and Giuliana R placed second in 48.79. The 4×400 team of Meilee K, Daniella G-P, Natalee S, and Alanna S won with a 3:58. Both performances were nationals qualifiers. Daniella G-P was 6th in the 800 with a 2:19.87, Meilee K finished 5th in the long jump, the 4×800 team of Maya G, Alex C, Cassandra S, and Sarah J finished fifth with a season best time. Great job, ladies!
  • Next week senior prom tickets go on sale for $75 in the cafeteria during lunch waves! Be sure to pay off any dues, library fines, parking fines, or cafeteria balances so you can boogie down on the dance floor. It’s gonna be lit, no cap.
  • Seniors! Do you like rollercoasters? Do you like fun? Do you like dippin’ dots, the ice cream of the future? Then the senior trip to Six Flags, New Jersey is for you! Bring the permission slip and $75 cash or check to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291.
  • Join the US Postal Service in their Annual Food Drive. Now until Friday, May 10th, our DHS letter carriers will accept your non-perishable food donations. The collection site is the C3 mail room.  Please bring in non-perishable food items to help ease food insecurity in our community.
  • Attention All Dancers: The Connecticut Ballet will be hosting open auditions here at DHS for their Khalda Logan scholarships. Interested dancers may audition for talent-based scholarships on Tuesday, May 21st from 2-3pm in the Black Box Theater. The audition will consist of a warm up and dance class in front of a panel of local professional dancers. No prior experience is required. For more info, visit ConnecticutBallet.org
  • It’s time for the CODA Festival! ART! MUSIC! CRAFTS! SAND ART! ROBOTICS! And even food to purchase from the HATTERS CAFE!! Come to the Celebration of Danbury Arts this Saturday from 11am to 4 pm at DHS in the Black Box theatre and the lower lot! A Great Family-Friendly event!
  • The Latino Club is hosting the “International Night” on Friday, May 17th, from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS main Gym. The Latino Club has being working very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food. Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture.  Your support would mean so much to the students. Ticket cost is $5.00 Food & beverages will be sold separately. Thank you!
  • Spanish Translation: Latino Club está celebrando la “Noche Internacional ” el viernes 17 de mayo de 6: 30-9: 00 pm en el gimnasio principal de DHS. Latino Club ha estado trabajado muy duro para organizar una noche de espectáculos culturales, actividades y deliciosa comida. Únase a nosotros para celebrar la riqueza y diversidad  cultural de DHS. Tu apoyo significa mucho para nuestros estudiantes”.El costo del boleto es de $ 5.00. Comidas y bebidas se venderán por separado. TODOS ustedes están cordialmente invitados. ¡Gracias!

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Bridgeport Central – 4:00
  • V Baseball AWAY @ Bridgeport Central – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Outdoor Track AWAY @ the Amity Midnight Invite – bus leaves at 2:30
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Staples – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Girls Lacrosse HOME vs. Bethel – JV 1:30 V 3:00
  • JV Baseball AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 12:00 – bus leaves at 10:15
  • Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ St. Joseph – V 2:00 JV 3:30 – bus leaves at 12:15
  • Boys Outdoor Track AWAY @ the Saint Anthony Invite – 2:00
  • Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ the Middletown Invite – 1:00 – bus leaves at 10:30

General Announcements:

  • Congratulations to the following students who were recently elected to the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Executive Council for the 2019-20 school year: President:  Nick Attina Vice Presidents (3): Amy Cordova, Brennda Melo, Roshni Vasudevan Secretary: Soumya (Showmo) Sikder Treasurer: Rosemary Redrovan Social Media Coordinator: Siara Pittman Public Relations Director:  Armando Ceciliano. Once again, congratulations to our newly elected officers – good luck!  We look forward to an exciting year ahead!
  • Mr. DHS is tonight! Come watch the guys of DHS perform skits, dances, comedy and compete for the prize of Mr. DHS, starting at 6pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $5.00 each and all proceeds go to Smile Train.
  • Join the US Postal Service in their Annual Food Drive. Now until Friday, May 10th, our DHS letter carriers will accept your non-perishable food donations. The collection site is the C3 mail room.  Please bring in non-perishable food items to help ease food insecurity in our community.
  • You are all invited to The Latino Club’s “4th International Night” on Friday, May 17th,  from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS Main Gymnasium. Our students have worked very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food.  Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture. Your support would mean so much. Ticket cost is $5.00. Food & beverages will be sold separately.
  • Latino Club  está celebrando  la “Noche Internacional ” el viernes 17 de mayo de 6: 30-9: 00 pm en el gimnasio principal de DHS. Latino Club ha estado trabajado muy duro para organizar una noche de espectáculos culturales, actividades y deliciosa comida. Únase a nosotros para celebrar la riqueza y diversidad  cultural de DHS. Tu apoyo significa mucho para nuestros estudiantes. El costo del boleto es de $ 5.00. Comidas y bebidas se venderán por separado. TODOS ustedes están cordialmente invitados. ¡Gracias!

THURSDAY,  MAY 2, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • JV Baseball HOME vs. Ridgefield – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME vs. Norwalk – 3:15
  • Girls Golf HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – 3:15
  • V Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ Greenwich – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45
  • Boys & Girls Tennis AWAY @ Wilton – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Softball AWAY @ Greenwich – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements

  • The Young Republicans will meet Today after school in D268. New members welcome!
  • DHS Students:  Are you smarter than your teachers?  Prove it at the Student/Faculty Chess Tournament, 2:15 – 4PM in the Cafeteria, Wednesday, May 8th  and Thursday, May 9th. No registration necessary. Come either or both days.
  • Join the US Postal Service in their Annual Food Drive. Now until Friday, May 10th, our DHS letter carriers will accept your non-perishable food donations. The collection site is the C3 mail room.  Please bring in non-perishable food items to help ease food insecurity in our community.
  • You are all invited to The Latino Club’s “4th International Night” on Friday, May 17th,  from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS Main Gymnasium. Our students have worked very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food.  Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture. Your support would mean so much. Ticket cost is $5.00. Food & beverages will be sold separately.
  • Latino Club  está celebrando  la “Noche Internacional ” el viernes 17 de mayo de 6: 30-9: 00 pm en el gimnasio principal de DHS. Latino Club ha estado trabajado muy duro para organizar una noche de espectáculos culturales, actividades y deliciosa comida. Únase a nosotros para celebrar la riqueza y diversidad  cultural de DHS. Tu apoyo significa mucho para nuestros estudiantes.El costo del boleto es de $ 5.00. Comidas y bebidas se venderán por separado. TODOS ustedes están cordialmente invitados. ¡Gracias!
  • Mr. DHS is this Friday, May 3rd! Come watch the guys of DHS perform skits, dances, comedy and compete for the prize of Mr. DHS, starting at 6pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $5.00 each and all proceeds go to Smile Train.
  • Attention All Dancers: The Connecticut Ballet will be hosting open auditions here at DHS for their Khalda Logan scholarships. Interested dancers may audition for talent-based scholarships on Tuesday, May 21st from 2-3pm in the Black Box Theater. The audition will consist of a warm up and dance class in front of a panel of local professional dancers. No prior experience is required. For more info, visit ConnecticutBallet.org

WEDNESDAY,  MAY 1, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V & JV Baseball HOME vs. Norwalk – 4:00
  • Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Stamford – V 4:30 JV 6:00
  • FR Softball HOME vs. Wright Tech – 4:00
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Norwalk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Golf AWAY @ Darien – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • Boys and Girls Tennis AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V & JV Softball AWAY @ Norwalk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • The boys track and field team took home 2 more victories yesterday beating Staples and Westhill.  The team remains undefeated with a season record of 6-0.
  • The Young Republicans will meet Thursday after school in D268. New members welcome!
  • DHS Students:  Are you smarter than your teachers?  Prove it at the Student/Faculty Chess Tournament, 2:15 – 4PM in the Cafeteria, Wednesday, May 8th  and Thursday, May 9th. No registration necessary. Come either or both days.
  • Join the US Postal Service in their Annual Food Drive. Now until Friday, May 10th, our DHS letter carriers will accept your non-perishable food donations. The collection site is the C3 mail room.  Please bring in non-perishable food items to help ease food insecurity in our community.
  • You are all invited to The Latino Club’s “4th International Night” on Friday, May 17th,  from 6:30-9:00 pm in the DHS Main Gymnasium. Our students have worked very hard to organize an evening of cultural performances, activities, and delicious food.  Please join us in celebrating DHS’ rich and diverse culture. Your support would mean so much. Ticket cost is $5.00. Food & beverages will be sold separately.
  • The Gamers Association meeting today has been cancelled.
  • Mr. DHS is this Friday, May 3rd! Come watch the guys of DHS perform skits, dances, comedy and compete for the prize of Mr. DHS, starting at 6pm in the auditorium. Tickets are $5.00 each and all proceeds go to Smile Train.

TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • Boys Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Trinity Catholic – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Lacrosse HOME vs. Darien – V 4:30 JV 6:00
  • FR Softball HOME vs. Norwalk – 4:00
  • Boys Outdoor Track AWAY @ Staples and Westhill – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15
  • Girls Golf AWAY @ Trumbull – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for wins over Staples and Westhill. The team improved to 6-0. The Lady Hatters were led by double winner in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles Jaylyn Carter as well as double winner in the long and triple jump Meilee Kry. Celia Chikezie threw 32-10 for a big personal best in the shot put and was followed closely by teammate Tiana Rogers. Also, over this past weekend, the girls team also won the overall championship at the O’Grady Relays as well as the large school division. Keep up the winning ways, ladies!
  • Junior class elections will take place on Thursday, May 9th! If you’re currently a sophomore and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the Main or Level Offices. Applications are due before May 3rd at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Come attend Mr. DHS, a night full of skits, dances, comedy, prizes and more! Mr. DHS will be held this Friday, May 3rd at 6pm. Tickets are $5.00 each and all proceeds go to Smile Train.
  • DHS Students:  Are you smarter than your teachers?  Prove it at the Student/Faculty Chess Tournament, 2:15 – 4PM in the Cafeteria, Wednesday, May 8th  and Thursday, May 9th. No registration necessary. Come either or both days.
  • Join the US Postal Service in their Annual Food Drive. Now until Friday, May 10th, our DHS letter carriers will accept your non-perishable food donations. The collection site is the C3 mail room.  Please bring in non-perishable food items to help ease food insecurity in our community.

MONDAY,  APRIL 29, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Stamford – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. St. Joseph – 3:15
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Trumbull – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Stamford – 4:00
  • Girls Tennis HOME @ Abbott Tech vs. Bridgeport Central – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V & JV Baseball AWAY @ Stamford – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Bridgeport Central – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ Staples and Westhill – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15
  • FR Softball AWAY @ Wright Tech – 3:45 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • The boys track and field team captured their 6th consecutive O’Grady Relays this past Saturday beating 30 teams that participated in this years event.  The team had great effort to overcome a cold windy day congratulations gentlemen, well done.
  • Junior class elections will take place on Thursday, May 9th! If you’re currently a sophomore and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the Main or Level Offices. Applications are due before May 3rd at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Come attend Mr. DHS, a night full of skits, dances, comedy, prizes and more! Mr. DHS will be held this Friday, May3rd at 6pm. Tickets are $5.00 each and all proceeds go to Smile Train.
  • DHS Students:  Are you smarter than your teachers?  Prove it at the Student/Faculty Chess Tournament, 2:15 – 4PM in the Cafeteria, Wednesday, May 8th  and Thursday, May 9th. No registration necessary. Come either or both days.

FRIDAY,  APRIL 26, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY at the O’Grady relays at Bethel HS – 5:00 – bus leaves at 2:30

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Ridgefield – V 2:30 JV 4:00
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ the O’Grady Relays at Bethel HS – 9:00 – buses leave at 6:45
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Masuk – 12:45 – bus leaves at 11:00
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ St. Joseph – 1:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements:

  • Junior class elections will take place on Thursday, May 9th! If you’re currently a sophomore and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the Main or Level Offices. Applications are due before May 3rd at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Come attend Mr. DHS, a night full of skits, dances, comedy, prizes and more! Mr. DHS will be held next Friday, May3rd at 6pm. Tickets are $5.00 each and all proceeds go to Smile Train.

THURSDAY,  APRIL 25, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Stamford – 3:15
  • Boys Tennis HOME @ Henry Abbott Tech vs. Norwalk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Darien – 2:45
  • Girls Lacrosse HOME vs. Stamford – V 4:30 JV 6:00
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – 4:00
  • FR Softball HOME @ Hatters Park vs. Newtown – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V & JV Baseball AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ Darien – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Darien – JV 4:00 V 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Norwalk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • The boys track and field team beat Ludlowe yesterday 90 to 60 and pushed their regular season record to 4 wins 0 losses. Great all around team win by the sprinters, jumpers, hurdlers, throwers and distance athletes.  
  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their win over Fairfield Ludlowe yesterday 102-43. The lady hatters were led by Meilee Kry’s wins in the triple jump and long jump as well as triple winner Alanna Smith who won the 100, 200 and 400 meters in blistering times. Also, Daniella Grullon Pena ran a state leading time in the 3200 with a performance of 11:07. Tremendous work, ladies!
  • Junior class elections will take place on Thursday, May 9th! If you’re currently a sophomore and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in the Main or Level Offices. Applications are due before May 3rd at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • There will be a sophomore class meeting after school today in C437, if you are interested in planning for junior prom, be there!
  • Danbury High School’s acting class will be presenting The Laramie Project in the Black Box Theatre May 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  Tickets are on sale in A304. The Laramie Project tells the story of a town’s response to the murder of Matthew Shepard. The Laramie Project is intended for mature audiences only.  Tickets are $10 for students and adults.
  • There will a mandatory girl’s soccer meeting today in room E295 from 2:15-2:45, for anyone interested in playing next fall.  Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room if you can’t attend.
  • The NGSS Exam will be given to ALL 11th grade students. The testing window will begin today thru May 3rd. All 11th grade students should get their assigned test date from their Mentor Monday Flex teacher. The exam will be given during Block 1 in the LLC.
  • SNHS/Science Club will have a meeting today in C529 beginning at 2:10.  Light refreshments will be provided and all members are expected to attend.
  • The Young Republicans will meet today after school in D268. New members welcome

WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 24, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V & JV Baseball HOME vs. Brien McMahon – 4:00
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Stamford – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Brien McMahon – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:15
  • Boys Golf AWAY @ Westhill – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 3:30 – buses leave at 1:30
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Stamford – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V Softball AWAY @ Brien McMahon – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ St, Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements:

  • SNHS/Science Club will have a meeting tomorrow in C529 beginning at 2:10.  Light refreshments will be provided and all members are expected to attend.
  • There will be a sophomore class meeting after school Thursday in C437, if you are interested in planning for junior prom, be there!
  • Danbury High School’s acting class will be presenting The Laramie Project in the Black Box Theatre May 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  Tickets are on sale in A304. The Laramie Project tells the story of a town’s response to the murder of Matthew Shepard. The Laramie Project is intended for mature audiences only.  Tickets are $10 for students and adults.
  • There will a mandatory girl’s soccer meeting this Thursday in room E295 from 2:15-2:45, for anyone interested in playing next fall.  Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room if you can’t attend.
  • The NGSS Exam will be given to ALL 11th grade students. The testing window will be from April 25th thru May 3rd. All 11th grade students should get their assigned test date from their Mentor Monday Flex teacher. The exam will be given during Block 1 in the LLC.
  • Key Club Members:New officer elections will be held TODAY. Plan to attend the meeting and support members as they deliver their speeches and outline their goals for your club.

TUESDAY,  APRIL 23, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V & JV Baseball HOME vs. St. Joseph – 4:00
  • Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. New Canaan – V 4:30 JV 6:00
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Golf AWAY @ Wilton – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – buses leaves at 2:15
  • V & JV Softball AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis HOME (@ Abbott Tech) vs. Stamford – 5:00

General Announcements: 

  • Grade 11 students, if you missed the SAT, the makeup exam is TOMORROW, April 24th. Please check your Danbury email TODAY for your room assignment. If you have questions email Dr. Tucci [email protected] or Ms. Costello [email protected]
  • There will be a sophomore class meeting after school Thursday in C437, if you are interested in planning for junior prom, be there!
  • Junior prom tickets will be available for sale today during flex in Mrs. Aikman’s room in G288. To buy tickets, students must have proof that they have paid their dues and have no outstanding library or cafeteria debt. Today will be the last day to buy junior prom tickets. Tickets are $65.
  • Danbury High School’s acting class will be presenting The Laramie Project in the Black Box Theatre May 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  Tickets are on sale in A304. The Laramie Project tells the story of a town’s response to the murder of Matthew Shepard. The Laramie Project is intended for mature audiences only.  Tickets are $10 for students and adults.
  • There will a mandatory girl’s soccer meeting this Thursday in room E295 from 2:15-2:45, for anyone interested in playing next fall.  Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room if you can’t attend.
  • Seniors! Only 3 weeks til prom tickets are on sale! Tickets will be sold May 14th – 17th and will be $75, but first, have you paid your dues? Returned that biography on Harriet Tubman? Paid for all those romantic lunch dates you had in the cafeteria? Made amends for the illegal parking you did in the staff lot? Have you, seniors?! Make sure your dues, library fines, cafe bills, and parking tickets are paid so you can buy your Prom ticket May 14th – 17th. Woo Prom!!
  • The NGSS Exam will be given to ALL 11th grade students. The testing window will be from April 25th thru May 3rd. All 11th grade students should get their assigned test date from their Mentor Monday Flex teacher. The exam will be given during Block 1 in the LLC.
  • Key Club Members: New officer elections will be held TOMORROW. Plan to attend the meeting and support members as they deliver their speeches and outline their goals for your club.

MONDAY,  APRIL 22, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V Baseball HOME vs. St. Joseph – 4:00
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. New Canaan – 3:15
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track @ Fairfield Ludlowe POSTPONED to Wednesday (4/24, 3:30pm).
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ St. Joseph – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V and JV Softball AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45
  • FR Softball HOME vs. Greenwich – 4:30
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements

  • Grade 11 students, if you missed the SAT, the makeup exam is this Wednesday, April 24th. Please check your Danbury email on Tuesday morning for your room assignment. If you have questions email Dr. Tucci [email protected] or Ms. Costello [email protected]
  • Seniors!  Come to the Career Center and fill out and decorate a “HAT” of  the College or University you plan to attend, to be put on the College bulletin board.
  • Junior prom tickets will be available for sale today and tomorrow during flex in Mrs. Aikman’s room in G288. To buy tickets, students must have proof that they have paid their dues and have no outstanding library or cafeteria debt. Tomorrow will be the last day to buy junior prom tickets. Tickets are $65.
  • Danbury High School’s acting class will be presenting The Laramie Project in the Black Box Theatre May 2nd, 3rd and 4th.  Tickets are on sale in A304. The Laramie Project tells the story of a town’s response to the murder of Matthew Shepard. The Laramie Project is intended for mature audiences only.  Tickets are $10 for students and adults.
  • There will a mandatory girl’s soccer meeting this Thursday in room E295 from 2:15-2:45, for anyone interested in playing next fall.  Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room if you can’t attend.
  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their outstanding performances at the NY Relays. Meilee Kry won the Triple Jump and placed second in the long jump. Stephanie Quieroz, Alanna Smith and Giuliana Robles all qualified for the freshman division of the national championships in the mile, 100 meters and long jump. The freshman 4×400 also won with a time of 4:21. The varsity 4×400 team of Natalee Seipio, Meilee Kry, Alanna Smith and Daniella Grullon Pena finished second and registered the fastest time in the state this year. Great job ladies!
  • Seniors! Only 3 weeks til prom tickets are on sale! Tickets will be sold May 14th – 17th and will be $75, but first, have you paid your dues? Returned that biography on Harriet Tubman? Paid for all those romantic lunch dates you had in the cafeteria? Made amends for the illegal parking you did in the staff lot? Have you, seniors?! Make sure your dues, library fines, cafe bills, and parking tickets are paid so you can buy your Prom ticket May 14th – 17th. Woo Prom!!
  • The NGSS Exam will be given to ALL 11th grade students. The testing window will be from April 25th thru May 3rd. All 11th grade students should get their assigned test date from their Mentor Monday Flex teacher. The exam will be given during Block 1 in the LLC.

FRIDAY,  APRIL 12, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V & JV Baseball HOME vs. New Canaan – 4:00
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V Softball AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday 4/13:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Masuk – 11:00
  • V Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Norwalk – 1:00
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Greenwich – JV 12:00 V 2:00 – bus leaves at 10:15

Athletic Events for Monday 4/15:

  • V & JV Baseball HOME vs. Ridgefield – 11:00
  • FR Softball HOME vs. Bethel – 11:00
  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Ridgefield – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ St. Joseph – 2:00 – bus leaves at 12:15
  • V & JV Softball AWAY @ Ridgefield – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ St. Joseph – 11:00 – bus leaves at 9:15

Athletic Events for Tuesday 4/16:

  • Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ New Milford – JV 10:00 V 12:00 – bus leaves at 8:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Brien McMahon – 11:00 – bus leaves at 9:15
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ St. Joseph – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Brien McMahon – 11:00 – bus leaves at 9:15

Athletic Events for Wednesday 4/17:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Westhill – 11:00
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Newtown – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Westhill – 12:00
  • V & JV Baseball AWAY @ Westhill – 12:00 – bus leaves at 10:15

Athletic Events for Thursday 4/18:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Darien – 11:00
  • Girls Lacrosse HOME vs. Westhill – V 11:00 JV 12:30
  • V Softball HOME vs. Darien – 4:00
  • V & JV Baseball AWAY @ Darien – 11:00 – bus leaves at 9:15
  • Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ Westhill – V 11:00 JV 1:00 – bus leaves at 9:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Abbott Tech – 3:45
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Joel Barlow – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday 4/20:

  • Girls Lacrosse HOME vs. Trumbull – V 11:00 JV 12:30
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ the NY Relays – buses leave at 6:15

General Announcements:

  • Seniors!  Come to the Career Center and fill out and decorate a “HAT” of  the College or University you plan to attend, to be put on the College bulletin board.
  • Junior prom ticket sales end TODAY. They will be for sale during lunch in the cafeteria. You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex today.  All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket. Prom is Friday, April 26th – tickets are $65.00.
  • Think, Act, Grow contest entries are due today. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center.
  • Friday April 12, 2018, DHS students will observe National Day of Silence. The Day of Silence is the largest single student-led action towards creating safer schools for all, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. For more information regarding safe school environment come and join GSA that meets every Thursday room D277. All are welcome

THURSDAY,  APRIL 11, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • JV Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Bronxville – 5:00
  • Boys Volleyball HOME vs. Ridgefield – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • Girls Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 3:15
  • V Softball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00
  • Girls Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Darien – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:10
  • Boys Golf AWAY @ Greenwich – 2:00 – bus leaves at 12:30
  • V Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ Bronxville, NY – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:00
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Darien – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • JV Softball AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements:

  • Seniors!  Come to the Career Center and fill out and decorate a “HAT” of  the College or University you plan to attend, to be put on the College bulletin board.
  • Junior prom tickets are on sale through tomorrow, Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria. You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex tomorrow.  All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket. Prom is Friday, April 26th – tickets are $65.00.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY in D268. New members welcome!
  • FREE Modern Rock Band Concert in the Black Box Theatre TONIGHT at 7PM. Come and hear our students perform their favorite songs! Sponsored by the Modern Music Masters of DHS.
  • TAG, are you it? The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by tomorrow, Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center. To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay (not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.

WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 10, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Staples – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Ridgefield – 3:15
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Staples – 4:00
  • Girls Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Westhill – 3:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • V & JV Baseball AWAY @ Staples – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Westhill – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Greenwich – V 4:30 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:45

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track and field team who improved their record to 3-0 with wins over Greenwich 87-43 and over Bridgeport central 134-5. Tiana R was a double winner in the shot put and javelin and Meilee K jumped 17-10 to win the long jump and also won the triple jump. Great job, ladies!
  • Last chance for UNIFIED PROM TICKETS. On Sale today during all lunch waves, tickets are $15.00 each. This years Unified Prom will be Tomorrow at 5:30pm at the Amber Room. Come join us and have an evening to remember!
  • Seniors!  Come to the Career Center and fill out and decorate a “HAT” of  the College or University you plan to attend, to be put on the College bulletin board.
  • Junior prom tickets are on sale through this Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday, April 12th. All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th – tickets are $65.00.
  • ESL students: There will be an informational session for all ESL parents and students tonight from 6:30- 8:30pm in the Black Box Theater. Come learn more about the college process and ESL programs available in college. Refreshments will be served.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TOMORROW in D268. New members welcome.
  • FREE Modern Rock Band Concert in the Black Box Theatre on Thursday evening at 7PM. Come and hear our students perform their favorite songs! Sponsored by the Modern Music Masters of DHS.
  • TAG, are you it? The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by this Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center. To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay (not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.

TUESDAY,  APRIL 9, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Trumbull – 3:15
  • Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Brien McMahon – V 4:30 JV 6:00
  • Girls Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Ridgefield – 3:15
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00
  • Girls Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Westhill – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:10
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ Greenwich and Bridgeport Central – 4:00 – buses leave at 1:30
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Westhill – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Staples – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – buses leave at 2:15

General Announcements

  • UNIFIED PROM TICKETS are on Sale today during all lunch waves. Tickets are $15.00 each. This years Unified Prom will be Thursday, April 11th at 5:30pm at the Amber Room. Come join us and have an evening to remember!
  • Junior prom tickets will go on sale starting TODAY through Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday, April 12th. All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th – tickets are $65.00.
  • ESL students: There will be an informational session for all ESL parents and students on Wednesday, April 10th from 6:30- 8:30pm in the Black Box Theater. Come learn more about the college process and ESL programs available in college. Refreshments will be served.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 4/11 in D268. New members welcome!
  • Congratulations to the following students for their participation in the CT Science & Engineering Fair. Bradley K for his work on Atherosclerosis. Sarah J for her work on Leukemia targeted therapy. Sarah was a Senior High Finalist of the CASE-PepsiCo Urban Challenge Award. Khushi P for her work engineering a Micro-Vehicle to Pollinate Flowers. Khushi received 3 Awards: 2nd Place in the Petit Family Foundation Women in Science & Engineering,Senior High Finalist of the CASE-PepsiCo Urban Challenge Award and Recipient of the Meyerand Young woman Scientist Awards. CONGRATULATIONS to all 3 students. STAY CURIOUS!
  • Come support Danbury High School students who will be presenting their work on climate change tonight as part of the 4th annual series of lectures at WCSU supported by the Jane Goodall Center for Excellence!
  • The Climate & Human Civilization Symposium will take place at West Conn, Midtown Campus tonight from 7:00-8:30 pm in the Science Building, room 125. The topic that our students and their mentor teacher, Ms DeMattio will present is Simple Things You Can Do. All are welcome.

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00
  • Boys Golf HOME @ Richter Park vs. Brien McMahon – 3:15
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00
  • V & JV Baseball AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Ridgefield – 2:30 – bus leaves at 1:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Trumbull – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ Ridgefield – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45

General Announcements: 

  • Junior prom tickets will go on sale starting TOMORROW through Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday, April 12th. All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th – tickets are $65.00.
  • ESL students: There will be an informational session for all ESL parents and students on Wednesday, April 10th from 6:30- 8:30pm in the Black Box Theater. Come learn more about the college process and ESL programs available in college. Refreshments will be served. (Portuguese) Alunos de ESL: Haverá uma sessão informativa para todos os alunos de ESL e seus pais, quarta-feira, 10 de abril, de 6:30 às  8:30 no Black Box Theatre. Venha e aprenda mais sobre o processo da faculdade e os programas de ESL disponíveis na faculdade. Lanches serão servidos

FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • FR Baseball AWAY @ Masuk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Westhill – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • V Baseball HOME vs. Hamden – 11:00
  • FR Baseball HOME @ Rogers Park vs. Hamden – 11:00
  • FR Softball HOME vs. Weston – 12:00
  • JV Baseball AWAY @ Hamden – 10:30 – bus leaves at 8:45
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ the Hammonasset Freshmen Invitational at Daniel Hand HS – 9:00 – bus leaves at 6:45
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Wilton – JV 10:00 V 11:30 – bus leaves at 8:15
  • V Softball AWAY @ Stamford – 12:00 – bus leaves at 10:15

General Announcements:

  • Junior prom tickets will go on sale starting on Tuesday, April 9th through Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday, April 12th. All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th – tickets are $65.00
  • Students:  Quarter 3 closes TODAY, please be sure to have all work turned in. Check PowerSchool for missing and incomplete assignments.
  • Tickets for Godspell are on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and from 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage this weekend. Shows are Friday, April 5th at 7:30 pm and Saturday, April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are also available at the door.
  • TAG, are you it? The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center. To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.
  • Danbury Youth Services is looking for students between the ages of 14 – 21 to work and learn this summer. More information and Applications are available in the Career Center and all Level Offices.
  • ESL students: There will be an informational session for all ESL parents and students on Wednesday, April 10th from 6:30- 8:30pm in the Black Box Theater. Come learn more about the college process and ESL programs available in college. Refreshments will be served. (Spanish) Estudiantes de ESL: Habra una sesion informativa para todos los estudiantes de ESL y sus padres, Miercoles, 10 de Abril desde las 6:30 pm hasta las 8:30 pm en el teatro Black Box. Ven y aprende mas sobre el proceso universitario y los programas de ESL disponibles en la Universidad. Refrigerios seran servidos.

THURSDAY,  APRIL 4, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • Boys Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:10
  • Boys Golf AWAY @ Fairfield – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • Girls Golf AWAY @ St. Joseph – 3:15 – bus leaves at 1:45
  • Girls Tennis AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits in the Career Center:

  • Today 4/4/19 Coastal Carolina University Block 3-1 @11:04

General Announcements:

  • You’re Invited! The 3rd Annual DHS Unified Prom will be held on Thursday, April 11th from 5:30-9:30 at the Amber Room. Tickets are $15.00 and will be on sale TODAY, during all lunch waves. Please see Lucas A or Derek R with if you want to help or with questions.
  • Junior prom tickets will go on sale starting on Tuesday, April 9th through Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday, April 12th. All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th.
  • Students interested in meeting the CT Attorney General on Friday during FLEX to discuss current budget and funding laws and political issues in the state of CT, please sign up under AD in Enriching Students. This event will be located in the Black Box theatre.
  • Students:  Quarter 3 closes TOMORROW, please be sure to have all work turned in. Check PowerSchool for missing and incomplete assignments.
  • The League of Women Voters of Northern Fairfield County will be in the cafeteria during lunch waves on today to register to vote.
  • Students are eligible to vote if they are US citizens, 18 years of age or will turn 18 by election day Nov. 5th. Please bring your DMV driver’s licence number or DMV permit number or the last 4 digits of their social security number with them.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and from 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage beginning this Thursday, April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • The Library Learning Commons will be closed on today, for the 10th grade mock interview event. Printers will be available for staff and students all day.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization will be having a meeting  today, to discuss upcoming spring events as well as to elect next year’s officers for the 2019-2020 school year.  The meeting will take place at 2:15 in Room C339.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today, in D268. New members welcome!
  • TAG, are you it?
  • The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center.
  • To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.
  • Danbury Youth Services is looking for students between the ages of 14 – 21 to work and learn this summer. More information and Applications are available in the Career Center and all Level Offices.

WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 3, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • JV softball HOME vs. New Fairfield – 3:45
  • V Softball AWAY @ New Fairfield – 3:45 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Stamford – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits in the Career Center:

  • Thursday 4/4/19 Coastal Carolina University Block 3-1 @11:04

General Announcements:

  • Congratulations to the Girls Track and Field team for their win over Fairfield Warde 127-18. The team was paced by their throwers who swept all three throws and double winners Sarah J in the 1600 & 3200 and Alana S in the 100 & 400. Tremendous work, ladies!
  • You’re Invited! The 3rd Annual DHS Unified Prom will be held on Thursday, April 11th from 5:30-9:30 at the Amber Room. Tickets are $15.00 and will be on sale TOMORROW, Thursday, April 4th during all lunch waves. Please see Lucas A or Derek R with if you want to help or with questions.
  • Junior prom tickets will go on sale starting on Tuesday, April 9th through Friday, April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday, April 12th. All dues and any library fines must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th.
  • Students:  Quarter 3 closes on Friday, please be sure to have all work turned in. Check PowerSchool for missing and incomplete assignments.
  • The League of Women Voters of Northern Fairfield County will be in the cafeteria during lunch waves on today and tomorrow to register to vote.
  • Students are eligible to vote if they are US citizens, 18 years of age or will turn 18 by election day Nov. 5th. Please bring your DMV driver’s licence number or DMV permit number or the last 4 digits of their social security number with them.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and from 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage beginning this Thursday, April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • The Library Learning Commons will be closed on today and tomorrow, for the 10th grade mock interview event. Printers will be available for staff and students all day.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization will be having a meeting  tomorrow April 4, 2019, to discuss upcoming spring events as well as to elect next year’s officers for the 2019-2020 school year.  The meeting will take place at 2:15 in Room C339.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow, April 4th in D268. New members welcome!
  • TAG, are you it?
  • The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center.
  • To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.
  • Danbury Youth Services is looking for students between the ages of 14 – 21 to work and learn this summer. More information and Applications are available in the Career Center and all Level Offices.

TUESDAY,  APRIL 2, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • Girls Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Staples – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys & Girls Outdoor Track AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – buses leave at 1:30
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Staples – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Brien McMahon – JV 5:00 V 7:00 – buses leave at 3:15 and 5:15

College Visits in the Career Center:

  • Thursday 4/4/19 Coastal Carolina University Block 3-1 @11:04

General Announcements: 

  • You’re Invited! The 3rd Annual DHS Unified Prom will be held on Thursday, April 11th from 5:30-9:30 at the Amber Room. Tickets are $15.00 and will be on sale Thursday, April 4th during all lunch waves. Please see Lucas Amaral or Derek Rivers with if you want to help or with questions.
  • Junior prom tickets will go on sale starting on Tuesday April 9th through Friday April 12th during lunch in the cafeteria.  You may also purchase outside the auditorium during flex on Friday April 12th. All dues must be paid and any library fines before you can purchase a ticket.  Prom is Friday, April 26th.
  • Students:  Quarter 3 closes on Friday, please be sure to have all work turned in. Check PowerSchool for missing and incomplete assignments.
  • The League of Women Voters of Northern Fairfield County will be in the cafeteria during lunch waves on April 3rd and April 4th to register to vote. Students are eligible to vote if they are US citizens, 18 years of age or will turn 18 by election day Nov. 5th. Please bring your DMV driver’s licence number or DMV permit number or the last 4 digits of their social security number with them.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and from 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage beginning this Thursday, April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • The Library Learning Commons will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday April 3rd and 4th, for the 10th grade mock interview event. Printers will be available for staff and students all day.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization will be having a meeting this Thursday, April 4, 2019, to discuss upcoming spring events as well as to elect next year’s officers for the 2019-2020 school year.  The meeting will take place at 2:15 in Room C339
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday April 4th in D268. New members welcome!

MONDAY,  APRIL 1, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V Baseball HOME vs. Masuk 4:00
  • V & JV Softball HOME vs. Ridgefield – 4:00
  • Girls Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Lacrosse AWAY @ Brookfield – JV 4:00 V 6:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Tennis AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ Newtown – JV 4:30 V 6:00 – bus leaves at 2:45
  • V Baseball AWAY @ Masuk – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits in the Career Center:

  • TODAY 4/1/19 Marywood University Block 3-4 @1:00
  • Thursday 4/4/19 Coastal Carolina University Block 3-1 @11:04

General Announcements:

  • Students:  Quarter 3 closes on Friday, please be sure to have all work turned in. Check PowerSchool for missing and incomplete assignments.
  • Detention is canceled TODAY.  Students will have to complete their detention on Wednesday or Thursday of this week.
  • The League of Women Voters of Northern Fairfield County will be in the cafeteria during lunch waves on April 3rd and April 4th to register to vote.
  • Students are eligible to vote if they are US citizens, 18 years of age or will turn 18 by election day Nov. 5th. Please bring your DMV driver’s licence number or DMV permit number or the last 4 digits of their social security number with them.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and from 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage beginning this Thursday, April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • The Library Learning Commons will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday April 3rd and 4th, for the 10th grade mock interview event. Printers will be available for staff and students all day.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.

FRIDAY,  MARCH 29, 2019

Athletic Events today:

  • V  Baseball HOME vs. Fairfield Prep – 12:00
  • JV Baseball HOME @ Rogers Park vs. Fairfield Prep – 12:00
  • Boys Lacrosse HOME vs. Trumbull – V 11:00 JV 12:30
  • Boys Tennis HOME @ WCSU vs. Brookfield – 4:00
  • V and JV Softball HOME vs. Jonathan Law – 1:00
  • Boys Volleyball AWAY @ New Canaan – V 12:00 JV 1:30 – bus leaves at 10:15
  • Girls Lacrosse AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – V 10:00 JV 11:30 – bus leaves at 8:15

College Visits in the Career Center:

  • Monday 4/1/19 Marywood University Block 3-4 @1:00
  • Thursday 4/4/19 Coastal Carolina University Block 3-1 @11:04

General Announcements:

  • TAG, are you it?
  • The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center.
  • To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and from 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • The Library Learning Commons will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday April 3rd and 4th, for the 10th grade mock interview event. Printers will be available for staff and students all day.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.

THURSDAY,  MARCH 28, 2019

No Athletic Events today

College Visits in the Career Center:

  • Monday 4/1/19 Marywood University Block 3-4 @1:00
  • Thursday 4/4/19 Coastal Carolina University Block 3-1 @11:04

General Announcements:

  • TAG, are you it?
  • The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center. To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3 and 2:30-3:30pm in the front lobby.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • The Library Learning Commons will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday for the 10th grade mock interview event. Printers will be available for staff and students all day.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.

TUESDAY,  MARCH 26

No athletic events today

General announcements

  • Juniors taking SAT, remember to bring a handheld calculator on Wednesday! Cell phones and devices are not permitted and/or must be turned off.
  • The library will be closed, Wednesday, March 27 for the SAT. Printers will NOT be available for staff or students.
  • Students, if you know that you will need to dismiss during the school day tomorrow you must bring a note first thing in the morning to the attendance office to get your dismissal pass.  The attendance office will not be able to call students during the day due to SAT testing.
  • The Class of 2021 is hosting a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings tomorrow Wednesday, March 27th from 5-9, come out, have dinner, and have fun! Mention to your server that you are there for the DHS fundraiser.
  • TAG, are you it? The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12th. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center. To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster and can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people for an escape room experience at Escape 101.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.  
  • TODAY is the deadline for The Danbury Cultural Commission’s 47th Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan in G292 by the end of the day.

MONDAY,  MARCH 25, 2019

No athletic events today

General announcements

  • Juniors taking SAT, please check in with a teacher, counselor, or administrator today about your location for testing. Remember to bring a handheld calculator on Wednesday! Cell phones and devices are not permitted and/or must be turned off.
  • The Class of 2021 is hosting a fund-raiser at Buffalo Wild Wings this Wednesday, March 27, from 5-9; come out, have dinner, and have fun! Mention to your server that you are there for the DHS fund-raiser.
  • The library will be  closed, Wednesday, March 27, for the SAT. Printers will NOT be available for staff or students.
  • TAG, are you it? The School-Based Health Center invites you to be part of Teen Health Week 2019 by entering our Think, Act, Grow contest. Entries are due by Friday, April 12. They can be dropped off at the School-Based Health Center. To enter, let us know what the most important issue you think is facing teens today. Entries can be in the form of a short essay(not more than one page), poem or poster. Entries can be submitted by individuals, pairs or small groups. We want to hear from you! The prize is a gift certificate for up to six people to enjoy one of the great escape room experiences at Escape 101.
  • Are you a rising junior or senior interested in becoming a teacher? Join us at the Minority and Bilingual Teaching Pipeline Information Session on Friday, March 29, during FLEX in D371. You will learn more about this rewarding profession and an opportunity to earn three college credits at Western Connecticut State University. To sign up, select the following enrichment course: ESL – Bilbao – D371 – Teaching Pipeline.
  • Tickets for “Godspell” will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. “Godspell” is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  “Godspell” will be on stage April 4 at 7 p.m., April 5 at 7:30 p.m. and April 6 at 1 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission is having its 47th Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter the contest can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan by March 26. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.

THURSDAY,  MARCH 21

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements: 

  • Attention all winter athletes – the winter awards program will take place tonight at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. Food will be served.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today in D268. New members welcome!
  • The Asian Club will be meeting this afternoon in room D479. All are welcome.
  • The Girls Swim and Dive Team is holding a Texas Roadhouse Rib Rally Fundraiser. $12 gets you a delicious rib dinner and a free appetizer coupon! Monday March 25th from 4-7 stop in to get your meal. Please see any swim team member to get your ticket. Tomorrow is the last day to buy tickets.
  • Are you a rising 11th or 12th grader interested in becoming a teacher? Join us at the Minority and Bilingual Teaching Pipeline Information Session on Friday, March 29 during FLEX in Room D371. You will learn more about this rewarding profession and an opportunity to earn 3 college credits at Western Connecticut State University. To sign up, select the following enrichment course: ESL – Bilbao – D371 – Teaching Pipeline.
  • SNHS/Science Club will have a meeting after school today in C529 beginning at 2:10.  Light refreshments will be provided and all members are expected to attend.
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than TOMORROW in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • There will be a very brief GSA meeting after school Thursday, March 21st   – True colors information will be discussed
  • The next Independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for today from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para hoy de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements:

  • Attention all winter athletes – the winter awards program will take place tomorrow, Thursday, March 21st, at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. Food will be served.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow, Thursday, March 21st in D268. New members welcome!
  • Tryouts for the Boys Volleyball team will be held today at 2:30 in the Main Gym. Please be on time.
  • SNHS/Science Club will have a meeting Thursday, March 21, in C529 beginning at 2:10.  Light refreshments will be provided and all members are expected to attend.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than this Friday, March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale in the front of the building for all of Block 3.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.
  • There will be a very brief GSA meeting after school Thursday, March 21st   – True colors information will be discussed .
  • The Brazilian Club is scheduled to meet TODAY, Wednesday, March 20th from 2:15-3:45 p.m. in D371. Students will be rehearsing the dances for International Night. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Portuguese Translation): O clube brasileiro está agendado para se reunir na quarta-feira, 20 de março de 2019, das 14h15 às 15h45. na aula D371. Os estudantes estarão ensaiando as danças da Noite Internacional. Para mais informações, entre em contato com a Ms. Bilbao.
  • The next Independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, March 21 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 21 de marzo de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements

  • Attention all winter athletes – the winter awards program will take place this Thursday, March 21st, at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. Food will be served.
  • Tryouts for the Boys Volleyball team will be held today and tomorrow beginning at 2:30 in the Main Gym. Please be on time.
  • Congrats to Kayla Tolliver Van Wright for creating the winning senior prom t-shirt design! Seniors, if you want to see the awesome design, check out the story on HattersHerald.com. Every senior that attends the prom receives a t-shirt as a favor. Tickets will be sold in May.
  • Sophomore class elections will take place on Thursday, April 25th. If you are currently a freshman and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in any of the level offices or the main office. They are due by April 11th at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than this Friday, March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale starting Today, March 19th in the front of the building for all of Block 3.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.

MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2019

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements: 

  • There will be NO girl’s golf practice TODAY, Monday, March 18th.  
  • Attention all winter athletes – the winter awards program will take place this Thursday, March 21st, at 6:00pm in the cafeteria. Food will be served.
  • SAT announcement: Juniors, you are taking the SAT on March 27th. When you see you mentor Monday teacher today in flex they will tell you where your testing location is. Be sure to write it down!
  • Congrats to Kayla Tolliver Van Wright for creating the winning senior prom t-shirt design! Seniors, if you want to see the awesome design, check out the story on HattersHerald.com. Every senior that attends the prom receives a t-shirt as a favor. Tickets will be sold in May.
  • Sophomore class elections will take place on Thursday, April 25th. If you are currently a freshman and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in any of the level offices or the main office. They are due by April 11th at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • The Girls Swim and Dive Team is holding a Texas Roadhouse Rib Rally Fundraiser. $12 gets you a delicious rib dinner and a free appetizer coupon! Monday March 25th from 4-7 stop in to get your meal. Please see any swim team member to get your ticket.
  • Tickets for Godspell will be on sale starting Tuesday, March 19th in the front of the building for all of Block 3.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Godspell is a high energy, family friendly show about about building community and the importance of coming together through love and kindness.  Godspell will be on stage April 4th at 7pm, April 5th at 7:30pm and April 6th at 1pm and 7:30pm.

FRIDAY,  MARCH 15, 2019

No Athletic Events today

Athletic events for Saturday

  • Varsity Cheerleading AWAY @ the New England Regional Cheer Championships at Worcester State University – 2:30

General Announcements: 

  • Attention Spring Athletes!  Get your athletic physicals cleared today in the nurses offices.   Don’t wait until Saturday to do it! Physicals are being cleared on Saturday from 7:00am-10:00am in the main gym lobby.  If you do not get your physical cleared, you do not practice.
  • Remember Athletes you must have an updated physical and be registered on Family ID in order to participate in during tryouts and practices.
  • Sophomore class elections will take place on Thursday, April 25th. If you are currently a freshman and are interested in running for a position, please pick up an application in any of the level offices or the main office. They are due by April 11th at 2pm. No late applications will be accepted.
  • Any boys interested in trying out for the Boy’s Tennis Team please  meet in the G-Gym after school today from 2:15-3pm.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on May 3rd. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today, March 14th in D268. New members welcome!
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • The girls track and field team will be having their final meeting in the old gym Friday from 2:00-2:30. Tryouts are Saturday morning. Be to the old gym by 7:45am to check in.
  • The Girls Swim and Dive Team is holding a Texas Roadhouse Rib Rally Fundraiser. $12 gets you a delicious rib dinner and a free appetizer coupon! Monday March 25th from 4-7 stop in to get your meal. Please see Alycia Sweeny, Jessica Posmantier, Zoe Pascual, Sam Lassen or any swim team member to get your ticket.

THURSDAY,  MARCH 14, 2019

No Athletic Events today

Attention Spring Athletes!  

  • Get your athletic physicals cleared today and tomorrow Friday in the nurses offices.   Don’t wait until Saturday to do it! Physicals are being cleared on Saturday from 7:00am-10:00am in the main gym lobby.  You do not get your physical cleared, you do not practice.
  • Remember Athletes you must have an updated physical and be registered on Family ID in order to participate in during tryouts and practices.

General Announcements:

  • There will be a mandatory girls tennis meeting TODAY for anyone interested in playing tennis this spring at 2:15 in Rm. E295. See Miss Macey with any questions. Thank you!
  • All are welcome to come join the boys outdoor track and field team this spring there will be a final meeting today in the cafeteria right after school.  Please see coach Murray in his PE office for more information if needed.
  • Any boys interested in trying out for the Boy’s Tennis Team please  meet in the G-Gym after school today & Friday from 2:15-3pm.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today, March 14th in D268. New members welcome!
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • The Girls Swim and Dive Team is holding a Texas Roadhouse Rib Rally Fundraiser. $12 gets you a delicious rib dinner and a free appetizer coupon! Monday March 25th from 4-7 stop in to get your meal. Please see Alycia Sweeny, Jessica Posmantier, Zoe Pascual, Sam Lassen or any swim team member to get your ticket.

WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 12, 2019

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements: 

  • Yesterday the Danbury Chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competed in their annual  State Leadership Conference – the group had their best showing ever with the following members earning awards –
    • 1st Place – Public Speaking – Nick Attina
    • 1st Place – Intro to Business Communication – Rosemary Redrovan
    • 2nd Place – Advanced Accounting – Celia Chikezie
    • 3rd Place – Emerging Business Issues – Michael Campisi, Brandon Delaney, and Connor Hefferon
    • 3rd Place – Introduction to Public Speaking – Brennda Melo
    • 4th Place – Introduction to Public Speaking – Armando Ceciliano
  • The winners have earned the right to compete at the National State Leadership Conference held in San Antonio, TX in June.  Congratulations to all!!
  • All are welcome to come join the boys outdoor track and field team this spring there will be a final meeting tomorrow in the cafeteria right after school.  Please see coach Murray in his PE office for more information if needed.
  • Any boys interested in trying out for the Boy’s Tennis Team please  meet in the G-Gym Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 2:15-3pm.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls who are trying out for outdoor track & field on Friday at 2:00-2:30 in the old gym. All forms on family ID need to be completed and you need a current physical to tryout. Conditioning for girls track & field is every day this week 2:20-5:00 and tryouts are from 8:00am-11:00am on Saturday morning March 16th.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow, March 14th in D268. New members welcome!
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan by March 26th. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.

TUESDAY,  MARCH 12, 2019

No Athletic Events today

General Announcements:

  • All are welcome to come join the boys outdoor track and field team this spring there will be a final meeting this Thursday in the cafeteria right after school.  Please see coach Murray in his PE office for more information if needed.
  • Any boys interested in trying out for the Boy’s Tennis Team please  meet in the G-Gym Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 2:15-3pm.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday, March 14th in D268. New members welcome!
  • Juniors: Join Peer Leadership and learn about networking, communication, and build your leadership skills throughout your senior year! Pick up an application in C328. Applications are due no later than March 22nd in Mrs. Schullery’s mailbox in the C3 mailroom.

MONDAY,  MARCH 11, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

Unified Basketball will be away today at Fairfield Ludlowe. Bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to Malcolm G who placed 3rd in the 800m at the Indoor National Championships this past weekend.  Malcolm finished the season with the #2US time as well as breaking the New England 800m record.
  • All are welcome to come join the boys outdoor track and field team this spring there will be a final meeting this Thursday in the cafeteria right after school.  Please see coach Murray in his PE office for more information if needed.
  • Any boys interested in trying out for the Boy’s Tennis Team please  meet in the G-Gym next Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 2:15-3pm.
  • There will be NO girls tennis conditioning today after school. There will be a mandatory meeting for all girls playing tennis Thursday at 2:15 in E255. See Miss Macey with any questions.
  • Attention all winter athletes, your lockers in the downstairs team room must be cleaned out by TODAY or the locks will be cut off.  Spring lockers will be assigned just prior to tryouts. Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room with any questions.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Ms. Mesanovic in C437.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan by March 26th. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the New Balance Indoor Nationals

Athletic events for Saturday:

  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the New Balance Indoor Nationals
  • V Cheer AWAY @ the CIAC State Open Cheer Championships at North Haven HS – 2:30 – bus leaves at 12:30
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ the CIAC Class LL Trials at East Hartford HS – 6:00 – bus leaves at 3:30
  • Girls Gymnastics AWAY @ the New England Championships in Hudson, MA. – 10:00

General Announcements:

  • Any boys interested in trying out for the Boy’s Tennis Team please  meet in the G-Gym next Wednesday, Thursday & Friday from 2:15-3pm.
  • Attention all winter athletes, your lockers in the downstairs team room must be cleaned out by Monday, March 11th or the locks will be cut off.  Spring lockers will be assigned just prior to tryouts. Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room with any questions.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Mrs. Mesanovic in C437.
  • Any juniors interested in joining Peer Leadership next year:  there will be informational booths at all lunch waves. Text [email protected] to receive updates on the application process.
  • Come join the boys Track team Monday- Friday for conditioning after school. Meet in the old gym at 2:20pm.  The season starts Saturday, March 16th. See Coach Murray in the PE locker room office for information.
  • The DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance for all Seniors.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by the end of the day TODAY.
  • There will be a Softball meeting for all girls interested in trying out for the team today at 2:15pm in the cafeteria.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan by March 26th. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.

THURSDAY,  MARCH 7, 2019

No Athletic Events for today

General Announcements: 

  • HOSA, Future Health Professionals, will have a meeting today after school in B220.
  • Attention all winter athletes, your lockers in the downstairs team room must be cleaned out by Monday, March 11th or the locks will be cut off.  Spring lockers will be assigned just prior to tryouts. Please see Coach Halas in the girl’s locker room with any questions.
  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Mrs. Mesanovic in C437.
  • All girls interested in playing golf please attend a brief meeting in Coach Boucher’s room, D482, after school today.  Any questions, please stop by Coach Boucher’s room, D482.
  • Any juniors interested in joining Peer Leadership next year:  there will be informational booths at all lunch waves. Text [email protected] to receive updates on the application process.
  • Come join the boys Track team Monday- Friday for conditioning after school. Meet in the old gym at 2:20pm.  The season starts Saturday, March 16th. See Coach Murray in the PE locker room office for information.
  • There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in trying out for the girls outdoor track & field team this afternoon in G289 from 2:00-2:40 pm. Conditioning will also be held after school except Tuesdays for the next two weeks. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. If you cannot attend please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • Congratulations to Timothy Chen for winning Freshman 3rd place in the 2018-2019 Fairfield County Math League Competitions. Great work Timothy!
  • The DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance for all Seniors.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by TOMORROW, Friday, March 8th.
  • There will be a Softball meeting for all girls interested in trying out for the team tomorrow, March 8th, at 2:15pm in the cafeteria.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study: The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for TODAY from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para hoy de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  MARCH 6, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • V Boys Basketball AWAY vs. Simsbury at Wilby HS in the CIAC Division I State Tournament – 7:00 – bus leaves at 4:45
  • Unified Basketball HOME vs. Bethel – 3:00

Career Center:

  • Come to the Career Center Friday, March 15th at 11:30.  Linda Thach, a former Danbury High School and Upward Bound student would like to speak to students interested in Yale University, about the college experience from her perspective. 
  • Danbury High School was recently selected for the Yale Ambassador program where current Yale students visit to speak to prospective students about their Yale experience, the application process, and Yale’s generous financial aid policies.

General Announcements

  • Attention Senior Boys!!!  This years Mr. DHS is coming up on April 26th. If you are interested in participating in a fun competition, there will be sign ups in the cafeteria for the next few weeks. If you have further questions see Mrs. Mesanovic in C437.
  • All girls interested in playing golf please attend a brief meeting in Coach Boucher’s room, D 482, tomorrow, March 7th.  Any questions, please stop by Coach Boucher’s room, D 482.
  • Any juniors interested in joining Peer Leadership next year:  there will be informational booths at all lunch waves. Text [email protected] to receive updates on the application process.
  • Come join the boys Track team Monday-Friday for conditioning after school meet in the old gym at 2:20pm.  The season starts Saturday, March 16th. See Coach Murray in the PE locker room office for information.
  • There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in trying out for the girls outdoor track & field team on THURSDAY in G289 from 2:00-2:40 pm. Conditioning will also be held on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays for the next two weeks. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. If you cannot attend please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan by March 26th. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.
  • Seniors! Free stuff coming your way! Design the prom t-shirt and win a free prom ticket! The theme is Crystal Ball. Deliver your design to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by March 13th and be entered to win yourself a free ticket to the senior prom.
  • The DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance for all Seniors.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by this Friday, March 8th.
  • There will be a Softball meeting for all girls interested in trying out for the team on Friday, March 8th, at 2:15pm in the cafeteria.

ESL AP Spanish Independent Study

  • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, March 7 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para jueves 7 de marzo de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

TUESDAY,  MARCH 5, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Unified Basketball AWAY @ Bethel – 3:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • Come join the boys Track team Monday-Friday for conditioning after school meet in the old gym at 2:20pm.  The season starts Saturday March 16th. See Coach Murray in the PE locker room office for information.
  • There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in trying out for the girls outdoor track & field team. We will be discussing all of the different events in our sport, team building as well as what tryouts are like. The meeting will take place in G289 from 2:00-2:40 pm. The girls track & field team will also be holding conditioning for the outdoor track & field team on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays for the next two weeks. We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. If you cannot attend please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the Annual Poetry contest. Poems can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter can submit up to two pieces to Mrs. Hanrahan by March 26th. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.
  • Seniors! Free stuff coming your way! Design the prom t-shirt and win a free prom ticket! The theme is Crystal Ball. Think of icicles, trees dusted in snow, and dancing the night away. Deliver your design to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by March 13th and be entered to win yourself a free ticket to the senior prom.
  • The DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance for all Seniors.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by this Friday, March 8th.
  • Ever wanted to pie a teacher?  Do you like to compete with your classmates?  Here’s your chance! For the month of March, the Freshman class is running a Penny Wars fundraiser.  Each classroom will be set up with a secure jar to collect money…pennies, quarters, dollars….all money is welcome!  The top three teams with the most money collected will get to throw a pie in the face of a teacher from their team.
  • Teachers to be (potentially) pied are: Team 1:  Ms. Panaelidis, Team 2:  Ms. Cornelio, Team 3: Mr. Pascarelli and Ms. English (2 for 1!) Team 4:  Mrs. Hope, Team 5: Mr. Fraticelli, Team 6: Mrs. Pardalis, Team 7: Mr. Bock, Ms. Armentano, and Mrs. Hanrahan (3 for 1!!) and Team 8:  Mr. Cowden In order to realize your lifelong dream of pieing a teacher, you have to participate in Penny Wars! P.S. – Past students are always welcome to contribute!

FRIDAY,  MARCH 1, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ Hamden in the C.I.A.C. Class LL 2nd round – 6:00 – bus leaves at 3:15
  • Wrestling AWAY @ the New England Regionals in Providence, RI – 5:00
  • Boys Ice Hockey @ the SWC Tournament – 8:15

General announcements

  • This week is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and there will be an informational booth set up in the cafeteria during lunch for those interested in learning about ways to help and general awareness regarding it. This year’s theme is “Come As You Are”, celebrating body diversity and combating the toxic diet culture in our society. Please stop by.
  • GSA is sponsoring True Color Conference at UCONN March 22, 2019. All applications and money is due by the end of the day TODAY. Please stop by D277 to hand in signed conference permission slip and money owed.
  • There will be a Boys Volleyball meeting TODAY, at 2:15 in Room E255.
  • Seniors! Free stuff coming your way! Design the prom t-shirt and win a free prom ticket! The theme is Crystal Ball. Think of icicles, trees dusted in snow, and dancing the night away. Deliver your design to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by March 13th and be entered to win yourself a free ticket to the senior prom.
  • Attention baseball players: The final pre-season meeting will be TODAY @ 2:10 pm in the cafeteria. All students interested in trying out need to attend. Thank you.
  • The DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance for all Seniors.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • Ever wanted to pie a teacher?  Do you like to compete with your classmates?  Here’s your chance! For the month of March, the Freshman class is running a Penny Wars fundraiser.  Each classroom will be set up with a secure jar to collect money…pennies, quarters, dollars….all money is welcome!  The top three teams with the most money collected will get to throw a pie in the face of a teacher from their team. Teachers to be (potentially) pied are: Team 1:  Ms. Panaelidis, Team 2:  Ms. Cornelio, Team 3: Mr. Pascarelli and Ms. English (2 for 1!) Team 4:  Mrs. Hope, Team 5: Mr. Fraticelli, Team 6: Mrs. Pardalis, Team 7: Mr. Bock, Ms. Armentano, and Mrs. Hanrahan (3 for 1!!) and Team 8:  Mr. Cowden In order to realize your lifelong dream of pieing a teacher, you have to participate in Penny Wars! P.S. – Past students are always welcome to contribute!

THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball vs. Ridgefield in the FCIAC Championship game at Wilton HS – 7:00 – bus leaves at 4:45
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY vs. Housatonic-NW-Wamogo-Torrington – 8:00
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ Greenwich in the FCIAC swim finals – 6:30 – bus leaves at 4:30
  • Ski team AWAY @ Mt. Southington vs. Ridgefield, Newtown, Nonnewaug and Litchfield – 4:40 – bus leaves at 2:30

FCIAC Playoff Ticket Information:

  • Entrance into the Wilton Field House will be on the far end by Kristine Lilly Field. Tickets are $5.00 for students/seniors and $8.00 for adults.
  • It is recommended to avoid ticket lines to purchase an on-line ticket with information below.  Please be sure to arrive early even with on-line ticket to assure entrance.
  • Tickets may be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite by going to: http://fciac.eventbrite.com/
  •       Tap “Tickets.”
  •       Add tickets to your cart. Select a quantity next to your desired ticket type, then tap “Order Now
  • Fill out the “Your Info” and “Payment Info” sections with your information.   
  •           Once you’ve confirmed the information, tap “Pay Now” to complete the order.
  •       Receive your order confirmation.

General Announcements:

  • The Championship Game will be streamed live on FairfieldLive.  To access go to fciac.net and click on LocalLive in top right corner or go to https://fairfield.live
  • This week is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and there will be an informational booth set up in the cafeteria during lunch for those interested in learning about ways to help and general awareness regarding it. This year’s theme is “Come As You Are”, celebrating body diversity and combating the toxic diet culture in our society. Please stop by.
  • The Asian Club will be meeting today after school in D479. There will be games, prizes and information on an upcoming trip to Chinatown in NYC. All are welcome!
  • GSA is sponsoring True Color Conference at UCONN March 22, 2019. All applications and money is due by Friday, March 1st.
  • Please stop by D277 to hand in signed conference permission slip and money owed. GSA meetings are every Thursday after school in D277. All are welcome.
  • There will be a Boys Volleyball meeting this Friday, March 1st, at 2:15 in Room E255.
  • Seniors! Free stuff coming your way! Design the prom t-shirt and win a free prom ticket! The theme is Crystal Ball. Think of icicles, trees dusted in snow, and dancing the night away. Deliver your design to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by March 13th and be entered to win yourself a free ticket to the senior prom.
  • Attention baseball players: The final pre-season meeting will be tomorrow, March 1st @ 2:10 pm in the cafeteria. All students interested in trying out need to attend. Thank you.
  • Seniors! Haven’t completed your FAFSA application for financial aid yet or maybe you just need help finishing it up? Sign up for the FAFSA Flex Extension for March 6th or 7th in the Black Box Theater with Scott Farrell from Naugatuck Valley Community College. If you don’t know how to sign up for it just ask your counselor to help you.
  • The DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance for all Seniors.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study. The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for today from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation):La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 28 de febrero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball will take on Ridgefield in the FCIAC Final this Thursday at Wilton HS at 7:00.

FCIAC Playoff Ticket Information

  • Entrance into the Wilton Field House will be on the far end by Kristine Lilly Field
  • Ticket Price: Tickets are $5.00 for students/seniors and $8.00 for adults
  • It is recommended to avoid ticket lines to purchase an on line ticket with information below.  Please be sure to arrive early even with on line ticket to assure entrance.
  • Tickets may be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite by going to: http://fciac.eventbrite.com/
    1. Tap “Tickets.”
    2. Add tickets to your cart. Select a quantity next to your desired ticket type, then tap “Order Now”
    1. Fill out the “Your Info” and “Payment Info” sections with your information. Once you’ve confirmed the information, tap “Pay Now” to complete the order.
    1. Receive your order confirmation.
  • The Championship Game will be streamed live on FairfieldLive.  To access go to fciac.net and click on LocalLive in top right corner or go to https://fairfield.live

College Visits:

Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day tomorrow, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements: 

  • GSA is sponsoring True Color Conference at UCONN March 22, 2019. All applications and money is due by Friday, March 1st.
  • Please stop by D277 to hand in signed conference permission slip and money owed. GSA meetings are every Thursday after school in D277. All are welcome.
  • Seniors! Free stuff coming your way! Design the prom t-shirt and win a free prom ticket! The theme is Crystal Ball. Think of icicles, trees dusted in snow, and dancing the night away. Deliver your design to Ms. Tobin in D473 or Mr. Samaha in G291 by March 13th and be entered to win yourself a free ticket to the senior prom.
  • Attention baseball players: The final pre-season meeting will be Friday March 1st @ 2:10 pm in the cafeteria. All students interested in trying out need to attend. Thank you.
  • Seniors! Haven’t completed your FAFSA application for financial aid yet or maybe you just need help finishing it up? Sign up for the FAFSA Flex Extension for March 6th or 7th in the Black Box Theater with Scott Farrell from Naugatuck Valley Community College. If you don’t know how to sign up for it just ask your counselor to help you.
  • There will be a Boys Golf meeting today, February 27th, in Room E251 at 2:10.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study
  • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, February 28 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 28 de febrero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.
  • The next meeting of the Brazilian Club is scheduled for today, February 27th, from 2:15-3:45 p.m. in D371. Members will elect officers and practice cultural dances from Brazil that they will perform at International Night in May. All are welcome! For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.(Portuguese Translation): A próxima reunião do Clube Brasileiro está marcada para hoje, 27 de fevereiro, das 14h15 às 15h45. na sala D371. Os membros elegerão oficiais e praticarão danças culturais do Brasil que eles realizarão no International Night em maio. São todos bem-vindos! Para mais informações, entre em contato com a Sra. Bilbao.

TUESDAY,  FEBRUARY 26, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Varsity Boys Basketball AWAY @ Wilton in the FCIAC Semi-finals – 6:00 – bus leaves at 3:45
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ the FCIAC trials at Greenwich HS – 5:15 – bus leaves at 3:30
  • Varsity Girls Basketball HOME vs. Conard in the C.I.A.C. Class LL 1st round – 7:00

FCIAC Playoff Ticket Information:

  • Entrance into the Wilton Field House will be on the far end by Kristine Lilly Field. Tickets are $5.00 for students/seniors and $8.00 for adults. It is recommended to avoid ticket lines to purchase an on-line ticket.  
  • Tickets may be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite by going to: http://fciac.eventbrite.com/
  1.       Tap “Tickets.”
  2.       Add tickets to your cart. Select a quantity next to your desired ticket type, then tap “Order Now”
  3.       Fill out the “Your Info” and “Payment Info” sections with your information. Once you’ve confirmed the information, tap “Pay Now” to complete the order.
  4.       Receive your order confirmation.
  • Both semi-final games will be streamed live on FairfieldLive.  To access go to fciac.net and click on LocalLive in top right corner or go to https://fairfield.live

College Visits:

  • Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day on Thursday, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements:

  • Attention baseball players: The final pre-season meeting will be Friday March 1st @ 2:10 pm in the cafeteria. All students interested in trying out need to attend. Thank you.
  • Seniors! Haven’t completed your FAFSA application for financial aid yet or maybe you just need help finishing it up? Sign up for the FAFSA Flex Extension for March 6th or 7th in the Black Box Theater with Scott Farrell from Naugatuck Valley Community College. If you don’t know how to sign up for it just ask your counselor to help you.
  • There will be a Boys Golf meeting tomorrow, February 27th, in Room E251 at 2:10.
  • Anyone who could not attend last weeks meeting for girls track please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study. The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, February 28 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation):La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 28 de febrero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.
  • The next meeting of the Brazilian Club is scheduled for tomorrow, February 27th, from 2:15-3:45 p.m. in D371. Members will elect officers and practice cultural dances from Brazil that they will perform at International Night in May. All are welcome! For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Portuguese Translation):A próxima reunião do Clube Brasileiro está marcada para quarta-feira, 27 de fevereiro, das 14h15 às 15h45. na sala D371. Os membros elegerão oficiais e praticarão danças culturais do Brasil que eles realizarão no International Night em maio. São todos bem-vindos! Para mais informações, entre em contato com a Sra. Bilbao.

MONDAY,  FEBRUARY 25, 2019

No Athletic Events for today

College Visits:

Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day on Thursday, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements:

  • Congratulations to the Varsity and JV cheerleaders! Both teams won their divisions at the N.E.C.A. Championships this past Saturday. The JV team ended their competition season undefeated, while the Varsity team took home grand champs for the highest score of the session. Also congrats to Avery Marquis, Bekah Camacho, Lesley Salinas, Grace King and Jasmine Stone on winning the partner stunt competition.
  • Varsity Boys Basketball will be playing in the FCIAC Semifinals at Wilton HS on Tuesday. Here is information for tickets:
  • FCIAC Playoff Ticket Information:  Entrance into the Wilton Field House will be on the far end by Kristine Lilly Field. Tickets are $5.00 for students/seniors and $8.00 for adults. It is recommended to avoid ticket lines to purchase an on-line ticket with information below. Tickets may be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite by going to: http://fciac.eventbrite.com/
    1. Tap “Tickets.”
    2. Add tickets to your cart. Select a quantity next to your desired ticket type, then tap “Order Now”
    3. Fill out the “Your Info” and “Payment Info” sections with your information. Once you’ve confirmed the information, tap “Pay Now” to complete the order.
    4. Receive your order confirmation.
  • Both semi-final games will be streamed live on FairfieldLive.  To access go to fciac.net and click on LocalLive in top right corner or go to https://fairfield.live/
  • Seniors! Haven’t completed your FAFSA application for financial aid yet or maybe you just need help finishing it up? Sign up for the FAFSA Flex Extension for March 6th or 7th in the Black Box Theater with Scott Farrell from Naugatuck Valley Community College. If you don’t know how to sign up for it just ask your counselor to help you.
  • NEA-Danbury members: Please drop by the D3 workroom from 2:20 to 3:20 today, Monday, Feb. 25 to visit with NEA-Danbury President Erin Daly, Vice President Tom Ross, and CEA Uniserve Rep Tom Kennedy for a President’s Hour. They’re here to listen. Refreshments will be served.
  • There will be a Boys Golf meeting on Wednesday, February 27th, in Room E251 at 2:10.
  • Anyone who could not attend last weeks meeting for girls track please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • Congratulations to the girls track and field team for their outstanding performances at the Purple Champions Invitational. The 4×200 team was second, Daniella G finished second in the 1500 and Meilee K was second in the long jump and second in the 200. Great job, ladies.
  • The next meeting of the Brazilian Club is scheduled for Wednesday, February 27th, from 2:15-3:45 p.m. in D371. Members will elect officers and practice cultural dances from Brazil that they will perform at International Night in May. All are welcome! For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. Portuguese Translation: A próxima reunião do Clube Brasileiro está marcada para quarta-feira, 27 de fevereiro, das 14h15 às 15h45. na sala D371. Os membros elegerão oficiais e praticarão danças culturais do Brasil que eles realizarão no International Night em maio. São todos bem-vindos! Para mais informações, entre em contato com a Sra. Bilbao.

FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Swim AWAY @ Wilby, Kaynor and Crosby – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:30
  • Wrestling AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. State Open Championships – 5:00 – bus leaves at 11:00

Athletic events for Saturday:

  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the Purple Champions Invitational – 9:00 – buses leave at 6:30
  • Wrestling AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. State Open Championships – bus leaves at 7:15
  • V and JV Cheerleading AWAY @ the N.E.C.A. Championships – bus leaves at 12:00
  • Girls Gymnastics AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. Class Championships – 9:00

College Visits:

  • Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day on Thursday, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.
  • The hattersherald.com staff has been recognized for its hard work. So far this year, staffers Viktoria W, Erik W, Kazi B, Jake G, Kiara K, Dean W, Olivia P, Jenna C, and Joelene H have been honored for their journalism by the New England Scholastic Press Association and School Newspapers Online. Read their work on hattersherald.com and let them know how they’re doing.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter club will be hosting a movie night TONIGHT. They will be screening  “The Hate U Give,” and will hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. Movie night will take place in the cafeteria this evening from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!
  • Students and Staff: Come be a judge and sample the Chilli at this years Chilli Cook off. TODAY after school in the cafeteria you can sample and vote for the best chili.  Please come and eat. $5.00 gets you all the chilli samples and voting rights! Let’s see which staff members can really cook! This event is hosted by the sophomore class.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls who are interested in trying out for the outdoor track & field team today in G289 from 2:00-2:30. Please make sure you have a current physical as well as fill out the forms for Family ID. If you cannot make the meeting, please see coach Fraticelli in G289 this week.
  • Will you be pursuing a healthcare career? Are you planning on taking HBSA next school year? Applications for the Health & BioScience Academy are due TODAY, February 22nd.  Hand your application in to Mrs. Tong in B220, Ms. Gurney in C537 or to your guidance counselor.

THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY 21, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Trumbull – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00

College Visits:

  • Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day on Thursday, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements: 

  • Students and Staff: Come be a judge and sample the Chilli at this years Chilli Cook off. This Friday after school in the cafeteria you can sample and vote for the best chili.  Please come and eat. $5.00 gets you all the chilli samples and voting rights! Let’s see which staff members can really cook! This event is hosted by the sophomore class.
  • All those interested in trying out for the Boys Tennis Team, there will be a meeting today in Room E255 beginning at 2:15.
  • There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing boys lacrosse this spring this afternoon at 2:15 in room E-291.  If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Kersten in room D178, Coach Purdy in PE wing, or Coach Lambo in G building.
  • The boys Outdoor Track & Field team will have a pre-season meeting today after school in the cafeteria @ 2:05. Come by to join the team or team find out more about the team.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls who are interested in trying out for the outdoor track & field team tomorrow, February 22nd in G289 from 2:00-2:30. Please make sure you have a current physical as well as fill out the forms for Family ID. If you cannot make the meeting, please see coach Fraticelli in G289 this week.
  • Will you be pursuing a healthcare career? Are you planning on taking HBSA next school year? Applications for the Health & BioScience Academy are due no later than tomorrow February 22nd.  Hand your application in to Mrs. Tong in B220, Ms. Gurney in C537 or to your guidance counselor.
  • There is a Science National Honor Society/science club meeting TODAY in C529.  Various community service projects will be discussed. All members are required to attend.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter Club will be hosting a movie night where they will screen “The Hate U Give,” and hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. The movie night will take place in the cafeteria on TOMORROW from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!

WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY 20, 2019

All Athletic Events have been cancelled for today

College Visits:

  • Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day on Thursday, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track and field team for their outstanding performances at the Eastern States Championship. The distance Medley relay team finished third and broke the school record. Also, the team ran the number 13 time in the country. Meilee K qualified for the National Championship in the long jump with a jump of 18 feet -2inches.
  • All those interested in trying out for the Boys Tennis Team, there will be a meeting this Thursday, February 21st, in Room E255 beginning at 2:15.
  • There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in playing boys lacrosse this spring on Thursday February 21st at 2:15 in room E-291.  If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Kersten in room D178, Coach Purdy in PE wing, or Coach Lambo in G building.
  • The boys Outdoor Track & Field team will have a pre-season meeting this Thursday after school in the cafeteria @ 2:05. Come by to join the team or team find out more about the team.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls who are interested in trying out for the outdoor track & field team on Friday, February 22nd in G289 from 2:00-2:30. Please make sure you have a current physical as well as fill out the forms for Family ID. If you cannot make the meeting, please see coach Fraticelli in G289 this week.
  • Will you be pursuing a healthcare career? Are you planning on taking HBSA next school year? Applications for the Health & BioScience Academy are due no later than this Friday, February 22nd.  Hand your application in to Mrs. Tong in B220, Ms. Gurney in C537 or to your guidance counselor.
  • There is a Science National Honor Society/science club meeting Thursday 2/21 in C529.  Various community service projects will be discussed. All members are required to attend.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter Club will be hosting a movie night where they will screen “The Hate U Give,” and hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. The movie night will take place in the cafeteria on Friday, February 22nd from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!

TUESDAY,  FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ Eastern States – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ Milford co-op – 5:20
  • V Girls Basketball AWAY @ Trumbull HS vs. Norwalk in the FCIAC
  • Semi finals – 6:00 – bus leaves at 4:00

FCIAC Playoff Ticket Information

  • Ticket Price: Tickets are $5.00 for students/seniors and $8.00 for adults. Tickets may be purchased ahead of time on Eventbrite by going to: http://fciac.eventbrite.com/
    1. Tap “Tickets.”
    2. Add tickets to your cart. Select a quantity next to your desired ticket type, then tap “Order Now”
    3. Fill out the “Your Info” and “Payment Info” sections with your information. Once you’ve confirmed the information, tap “Pay Now” to complete the order.
    4. Receive your order confirmation.
  • Both Semi-Final games will be streamed live on FairfieldLive.  To access go to fciac.net and click on LocalLive in top right corner or go to https://fairfield.live/

College Visits:

  • Scott Farrell, Assistant Director of Admissions for Naugatuck Valley Community College will be in the Career Center for an On-Site Decision Day on Thursday, February 28th to help with any applications or questions you may have for him. Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their third place finish at the State Open Championships on Saturday. The Danbury Girls qualified ten to compete at the New England Championships. Congratulations, ladies!
  • Interested in playing girls lacrosse this spring? Come to our preseason meeting Today, February 19 at 3:00 pm in C336.
  • The boys Outdoor Track & Field team will have a pre-season meeting this Thursday after school in the cafeteria @ 2:05. Come by to join the team or team find out more about the team.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls who are interested in trying out for the outdoor track & field team on Friday, February 22nd in G289 from 2:00-2:30. Please make sure you have a current physical as well as fill out the forms for Family ID. If you cannot make the meeting, please see coach Fraticelli in G289 this week.
  • Will you be pursuing a healthcare career? Are you planning on taking HBSA next school year? Applications for the Health & BioScience Academy are due no later than this Friday, February 22nd.  Hand your application in to Mrs. Tong in B220, Ms. Gurney in C537 or to your guidance counselor.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by TODAY or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter Club will be hosting a movie night where they will screen “The Hate U Give,” and hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. The movie night will take place in the cafeteria on Friday, February 22nd from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!

FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 15, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Harding – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30
  • Wrestling AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. Class LL state championships at Trumbull HS – 5:00 – bus leaves at 1:00

Athletic Events for Saturday 2/16:

  • Wrestling AWAY @ the CIAC Class LL championships – bus leaves at 7:30
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. State Open Championships – 12:00 – buses leave at 9:15
  • V Girls Basketball AWAY @ the FCIAC Quarterfinals vs. Staples – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:00
  • JV Cheerleading AWAY @ the SCSU Winter Challenge – 10:00 – bus leaves at 8:00
  • The Lady Hatters Basketball will face Staples in the 1st round of the FCIAC Playoffs on Saturday (2/16), 5:00pm at Fairfield Ludlowe.  Danbury is the #4 seed and Staples is the #5 seed.
  • Tickets are $5 for students and seniors and $8 for adults.

General Announcements

  • Interested in playing girls lacrosse this spring? Come to our preseason meeting Tuesday, February 19 at 3:00 pm in C336.
  • True Color Conference is March 22,2019. If interested in attending please stop by D277 for details.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter Club will be hosting a movie night where they will screen “The Hate U Give,” and hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. The movie night will take place in the cafeteria on Friday, February 22nd from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!

THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY 14, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Girls Gymnastics vs. Wilton @ New Milford High School – 5:00

General Announcements: 

  • Lady Hatters Basketball will face Staples in the 1st round of the FCIAC Playoffs on Saturday (2/16), 5:00pm at Fairfield Ludlowe.  Danbury is the #4 seed and Staples is the #5 seed.
  • Tickets are $5 for students and seniors and $8 for adults.
  • There is NO Detention after school today.
  • There is still time to get Carnations! Sold at all lunch waves today, $1.00 cash and carry. Remember to show your appreciation for the people in your life.
  • True Color Conference is March 22,2019. If interested in attending please stop by D277 for details.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • The Asian Club will be meeting TODAY in D479. There will be candy and Valentine’s Day games. All are welcome.
  • Today is the last day to sign up as a YPP.
    • The main office needs students on A day! Come see Ms. Domingos. Elective credit is given for YPP work.
    • Ms. Panaelidis is also looking for a YPP worker during blocks 1B, 2A, or 3A.
    • Ms D’Auria is looking for a YPP worker block 2B,  please contact in room D277 if interested
  • Attention to all juniors, if you are interested in helping out with your prom come and join the Junior Prom Committee. There is a mandatory meeting today, Thursday Feb. 14th. It will be in Mr. Shafer’s room D371A after school from 2-3. All are welcome!
  • ISS still needs YPP’s for block 1 A and B. See Ms Stavola or Ms Cole by Thursday.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter club will be hosting a movie night where they will screen “The Hate U Give,” and hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. The movie night will take place in the cafeteria on Friday, February 22nd from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!

 

  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study: The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for TODAY, Thursday, February 14 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. 
    • (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para HOY, jueves 14 de febrero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY 13, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Greenwich – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Greenwich – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ Ridgefield – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:30
  • JV Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ Shepaug-Litchfield-Thomaston & Nonnewaug – 7:30
  • Unified Basketball HOME vs. Brookfield – 3:00

General announcements

  • There is NO DETENTION this afternoon.
  • True Color Conference is March 22. If interested in attending please stop by D277 for details.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • There is still time to sign up as a YPP. The main office needs students on A day! Come see Ms. Domingos. Elective credit is given for YPP work. Ms. Panaelidis is also looking for a YPP worker during blocks 1B, 2A, or 3A.
  • The Key Club will be holding their Annual Carnation Appreciation Day on Thursday, February 14th. Presale will take place today during all lunch waves. Delivery is available. Carnations are $1.00 each. Come order carnations and show your appreciation for the people in your life.
  • Attention to all juniors, Junior Prom is coming up! The theme for this years junior prom is Starry Night. If you are interested in helping out with your prom come and join the Junior Prom Committee. There is a mandatory meeting tomorrow, Thursday Feb. 14th. It will be in Mr. Shaferś room D371A after school from 2-3. New members are welcome!
  • Are you considering a healthcare college major such as pre-med, athletic training or nursing? Do you want to take HBSA next school year?  The Health & BioScience Academy course applications for next school year are due on Friday, February 22nd. Applications are available in B220 or see your counselor.  See Mrs. Tong in B220 or Ms. Gurney in C537 for more information.
  • ISS still needs YPP’s for block 1 A and B. See Ms Stavola or Ms Cole by Thursday.
  • Ms D’Auria is looking for a YPP worker block 2B,  please contact in room D277 if interested.
  • Brazilian Club is scheduled for every Wednesday. Today the meeting is from 2:10-3:30 p.m. in classroom D371. Students will be preparing and practicing cultural dances from Brazil that they will perform at International Night in May. All are welcome! For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Black Lives Matter club will be hosting a movie night where they will screen “The Hate U Give,” and hold a discussion afterwards on significant themes in the movie. The movie night will take place in the cafeteria on Friday, February 22nd from 6 to 9pm. The event will be $5 at the door and the price includes a free bag of popcorn. All are welcome, see you there!

MONDAY,  FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Wilton – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Boys Swim HOME @ WCSU vs. Staples – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ JBWA – 7:50
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ Wilton – V 7:00 JV 5:15 – bus leaves at 3:30
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ Trumbull-St. Joseph – 7:00

General Announcements:

  • Congratulations to the Boys Track and Field team on their performance this weekend. Medalists were: *Malcolm G and Jacob H 1st Place, *Alexander B 5th place, *Malik T 6th place in 2 events, *Sprint Medley Relay Team 1st place: Luka S, Jaden C, Gabriel K and Malcom G, *4×400 Relay Team 2nd place: Jaden C, Gabriel K, Alexander B, Malcolm G, *4×200 Relay Team 5th place Malik T, Jaden C, Luka S, Shamar C, *4×800 Relay Team 6th place Gabriel K, Ryan C, Brennan A, Jack W.
  • Congratulations to the Girls Track & Field team for winning the class LL State Championships. The team was led by captain Lauren M who won her second consecutive state title in the 1600. The 4×200 relay team of Shanell S, Meilee K, Briane G, and Jessica G took third. Daniella P, second place in the 1000. Daniella P and freshman Stephanie Q also placed  in the 3200. Jumps by Meilee K and Giuliana R placed them 3rd and 4th. Congratulations, ladies. You earned it!
  • Class of 2021 sign up for flex this Thursday with Ms. Gurney to help plan our spring events.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • There is still time to sign up as a YPP. The main office needs students on A day! Come see Ms. Domingos. Elective credit is given for YPP work.
  • Ms. Panaelidis is also looking for a YPP worker during blocks 1B, 2A, or 3A.
  • The Key Club will be holding their Annual Carnation Appreciation Day on Thursday, February 14th. Presale will take place today, Tuesday and Wednesday during all lunch waves. Delivery is available. Carnations are $1.00 each. Come order carnations and show your appreciation for the people in your life.
  • Attention to all juniors, Junior Prom is coming up! There will be an email sent out during your flex period today, make sure to fill it out in order to pick a theme for this years junior prom. Also, If your interested in helping out with your prom come and join the Junior Prom Committee. There is a meeting on Thursday Feb. 14th in Mr. Shaferś room D371A after school from 2-3. New members are welcome!
  • Are you considering a healthcare college major such as pre-med, athletic training or nursing? Do you want to take HBSA next school year?  The Health & BioScience Academy course applications for next school year are due on Friday, February 22nd. Applications are available in B220 or see your counselor.  See Mrs. Tong in B220 or Ms. Gurney in C537 for more information.

FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 8, 2019

Athletic events for Friday

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Trinity Catholic – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Wrestling AWAY @ the FCIAC Championships at New Canaan HS – 4:30 – bus leaves at 1:30
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – V 5:30 JV 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic events for Saturday

  • JV Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ JBWA – 7:40
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. Class LL Championships at Hillhouse – 4:30 – buses leave at 1:30
  • Wrestling AWAY @ the FCIAC Championships – bus leaves at 8:30
  • V and JV Cheerleading AWAY @ the Warde Winter Cheer Challenge – 10:00 – bus leaves at 7:45

General announcements

  • Seniors: the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due to your counselor by Friday, March 8.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb. 19 or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • There is still time to sign up as a YPP. The main office needs students on A day! Come see Ms. Domingos. Elective credit is given for YPP work.
  • The last SAT prep class will take place tomorrow. Please enter through the gym doors and arrive promptly at 9:00.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury High School students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the 47th Annual Poetry contest. Also, new this year is a short story contest (1000 words or less). Poems and stories can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter either contest can submit up to two pieces for each contest to Mrs. Hanrahan by February 15th for Short Stories and March 26th for Poetry. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.

THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY 7, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Ski team AWAY @ Mt. Southington vs. Darien/Greenwich/Staples/Southington/Fairfield/Cheshire Academy and Lauralton Hall – 4:40 – bus leaves at 2:30

General Announcements

  • There will be a Boys Golf meeting today at 2:15 in Room E251.
  • Are you keeping up with DHS news? Check out hattersherald.com for news stories on Mrs. Schullery, HOSA, and the C-Wing, sports stories on the Almeida twins and the girls’ gymnastics squad, and Mrs. Bilbao’s latest Educator’s Corner column. We also have a video report on President Trump’s pledge to build a wall on the southern border.
  • The Asian Club will be meeting after school today in D479. There will be music and dances. Everyone is welcome.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • Are you considering a healthcare career? Be prepared for admission to college in various health careers by taking H.B.S.A. The Health & BioScience, H.B.S.A., applications for next school year are now available. See your counselor or Mrs. Tong in B220 for a H.B.S.A. application.  All applications are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd. See Mrs. Tong in B220 for further information.
  • There will be a meeting after school today, February 7, 2019, for all Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members who wish to compete in the State Leadership Conference next month.The meeting will start promptly at 2:15 in Room C339.
  • There is still time to sign up as a YPP. The main office needs students on A day! Come see Ms. Domingos. Elective credit is given for YPP work.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY in D268. New members welcome!
  • The last SAT prep class will take place this Saturday morning. Please enter through the gym doors and arrive promptly at 9:00.
  • The Junior class has a prom committee meeting in D371 A after school today.  We will be picking our theme today!
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury High School students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the 47th Annual Poetry contest. Also, new this year is a short story contest (1000 words or less). Poems and stories can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter either contest can submit up to two pieces for each contest to Mrs. Hanrahan by February 15th for Short Stories and March 26th for Poetry. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.

WEDNESDAY,  FEBRUARY 6, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Stamford – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey HOME @ Winter Garden Ice Arena vs. Wilton-Norwalk-McMahon – 4:00
  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Stamford – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ Sheehan – 7:45
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ New Canaan – 3:00 – bus leaves at 1:30

General Announcements: 

  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • Are you considering a healthcare career? Be prepared for admission to college in various health careers by taking H.B.S.A.   The Health & BioScience, H.B.S.A., applications for next school year are now available. See your counselor or Mrs. Tong in B220 for a H.B.S.A. application.  All applications are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd. See Mrs. Tong in B220 for further information.
  • There will be a meeting after school tomorrow, February 7, 2019, for all Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members who wish to compete in the State Leadership Conference next month. The meeting will start promptly at 2:15 in Room C339
  • There is still time to sign up as a YPP. The main office needs students on A day! Come see Ms. Domingos. Elective credit is given for YPP work.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 2/7 in D268. New members welcome!
  • The last SAT prep class will take place this Saturday morning. Please enter through the gym doors and arrive promptly at 9:00.
  • The Gamers Association meeting today has been CANCELLED.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Wrestling HOME vs. Greenwich – 5:00 SENIOR NIGHT
  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Bridgeport Central – V 7:00 JV 5:15
  • FR Girls Basketball HOME vs. New Fairfield – 3:45

General Announcements:

  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2: The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos, Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office, Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B. ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for block 1A or B & block 2A. Ms D’Auria is looking  for a YPP for 2B Clothing and Textiles . Knowledge of sewing a plus. Come stop by D277 if interested
  • Are you considering a healthcare career? Be prepared for admission to college in various health careers by taking H.B.S.A.   The Health & BioScience, H.B.S.A., applications for next school year are now available. See your counselor or Mrs. Tong in B220 for a H.B.S.A. application.  All applications are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd. See Mrs. Tong in B220 for further information.
  • There will be a meeting after school this Thursday, February 7, 2019, for all Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members who wish to compete in the State Leadership Conference next month The meeting will start promptly at 2:15 in Room C339
  • Sacred Heart University is launching an anatomy summer enrichment program for the week of July 15-20, 2019. The enrichment program is designed for high school students interested in biology and/or healthcare. The program will be held in the new, state-of-the-art Center for Healthcare Education Building, home to some of the latest educational innovations available for healthcare students. Students will examine pro-sections/cadavers and dissect animal specimens; students will also be exposed to the latest technology and simulations. In addition, participants will be trained in Basic Life Support/CPR. For more information, visit the web site:https://www.sacredheart.edu/academics/collegeofartssciences/academicprograms/biology/humananatomyandphysiologysummerscienceenrichmentprogram/

MONDAY,  FEBRUARY 4, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Bassick – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ Hall-Conard – 7:40

General Announcements: 

  • All those interested in trying out for the Boys Golf team – there will be a meeting this Thursday, February 7th, at 2:15 in Room E251.
  • Congratulations to the cheerleading teams! Both the JV and Varsity teams took home first place in their divisions at the FCIAC Cheerleading championships this past Saturday. In addition, Varsity took home the grand champion trophy with the highest score of the day out of all the divisions. Alanna S, Nicole C, and Avery M were named to the All FCIAC team, with Avery having the highest score out of all teams. Coach Tatarzycki and her staff were also named the FCIAC coaches of the year. Please take a moment to vote for the team for the Ruden Report team of the week at www.therudenreport.com. Go Hatters!
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • AP tests balances need to be paid in full by Feb 19th or you will incur a late payment of $60 per test.  Payments MUST be made in the same system where you registered. No money will be accepted at school. If not paid by the due date a test will not be ordered for you.  See Mrs. Aikman in Rm G288 if you have any questions.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2: The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos, Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office, Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B, ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for block 1A or B & block 2A or B. Ms. Manka in D176. Level 2 Office – block 1B and block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda. Mr. Handberry – in D369 for blocks 2A or 2B. Ms D’Auria is looking  for a YPP for 2B Clothing and Textiles. Knowledge of sewing a plus. Come stop by D277 if interested.
  • Are you considering a healthcare career? Be prepared for admission to college in various health careers by taking H.B.S.A.   The Health & BioScience, H.B.S.A., applications for next school year are now available. See your counselor or Mrs. Tong in B220 for a H.B.S.A. application.  All applications are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd. See Mrs. Tong in B220 for further information.
  • Teachers, If you received an email informing you that your FLEX would receive Krispy Kreme donuts for their donations to Toys for Tots, please send your Flex representative to the MAIN OFFICE to pick up your donuts at the beginning of FLEX.  Thank you.

FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 1, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Norwalk – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Wrestling HOME vs. New Canaan & Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:30
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ New Milford – 6:00
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ Norwalk & Brien McMahon – 6:00 – bus leaves at 4:15
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ Norwalk – V 5:30 JV 4:00

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Masuk – 7:00
  • V and JV Cheerleading AWAY @ the FCIAC Cheerleading Championships at Wilton HS – 10:30 – bus leaves at 7:45

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls Track & Field team for their victory in the FCIAC Championship. The team scored 110 points and was led by outstanding performances from Meilee K who jumped 17’9.25 in the long jump, Shanell Swho ran a personal best of 7.45 in the 55 dash, Lauren M who won the 1600 in 5:13, Daniella P who won the 3200 and Celia C who won the shot put. Also, the Sprint Medley relay team of Jessica G, Shanell S, Maya G and Emily S won. Great job, ladies. Your hard work paid off!
  • Congratulations to the boys track and field team for winning the FCIAC Championship last night.  The team scored 112 points to outdistance Staples who took second with 55 points. The team was lead by captains Malcolm G, Malachi L, Ryan C and Shamar C.
  • Your last chance to order a yearbook is tomorrow. Sales will close then, so if you are interested in purchasing a yearbook, please go to the DHS website where you will find a link to purchase the book online. We will not guarantee any extra books in the spring, so if you do not order them now, there will not be a book for you. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Porcelli in C330.
  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2:
    • The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos
    • Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office
    • Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B.
    • ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for block 1A or B & block 2A or B.
    • Ms. Manka in D176
    • Level 2 Office – block 1B and block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda.
    • Mr. Handberry – in D369 for blocks 2A or 2B.
  • The SAT Prep class will meet tomorrow, February 2. Please enter through the gym doors and do to your class. Please be prompt and arrive by 9:00.
  • Are you considering a healthcare career? Be prepared for admission to college in various health careers by taking H.B.S.A.   The Health & BioScience, H.B.S.A., applications for next school year are now available. See your counselor or Mrs. Tong in B220 for a H.B.S.A. application.  All applications are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd. See Mrs. Tong in B220 for further information.”

THURSDAY,  JANUARY 31, 2019

Athletic Events for today

General Announcements:

  • The Intro to Public Speaking course for DECO students begins today after school in room C338.
  • There will be no girls tennis conditioning today after school.
  • Your last chance to order a yearbook is Saturday. Sales will close then, so if you are interested in purchasing a yearbook, please go to the DHS website where you will find a link to purchase the book online. We will not guarantee any extra books in the spring, so if you do not order them now, there will not be a book for you. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Porcelli in C330.
  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2: The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos, Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office, Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B, ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for block 1A or B & block 2A or B, Ms. Manka in D176, Level 2 Office – block 1B and block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda, Mr. Handberry – in D369 for blocks 2A or 2B.
  • The SAT Prep class will meet this Saturday, February 2. Please enter through the gym doors and do to your class. Please be prompt and arrive by 9:00.
  • The Black Lives Matter club will be meeting after school today in room D371A, until 3:15. All members are being asked to attend today.

TUESDAY,  JANUARY 29, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Stamford – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Girls Gymnastics vs. Staples at New Milford HS – 5:00
  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Stamford – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30

General Announcements: 

  • Are you considering a healthcare career? Be prepared for admission to college in various health careers by taking H.B.S.A.   The Health & BioScience Academy. H.B.S.A., applications for next school year are now available. See your counselor or Mrs. Tong in B220 for a H.B.S.A. application.  All applications are due back no later than Friday, February 22nd. See Mrs. Tong in B220 for further information.
  • Seniors: The DHS Student Recognition Awards application is now in Naviance. The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2:
    • The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos
    • Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office
    • Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B.
    • ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for Block 1A or B & Block 2A or B.
    • Ms. Manka in D176
    • Level 2 Office – Block 1B and Block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda.

MONDAY,  JANUARY 28, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Swim HOME @ WCSU vs. Greenwich – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ New Canaan – 6:00

General Announcements: 

  • Seniors: The DHS Student Recognition Awards application is now in Naviance. The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury High School students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the 47th Annual Poetry contest. Also, new this year is a short story contest (1000 words or less). Poems and stories can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter either contest can submit up to two pieces for each contest to Mrs. Hanrahan by February 15th for Short Stories and March 26th for Poetry. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.
  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2:
    • The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos
    • Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office
    • Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B.
    • ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for Block 1A or B & Block 2A or B.
    • Ms. Manka in D176
    • Level 2 Office – Block 1B and Block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda.
  • This Saturday all three of DHS’s jazz ensembles travelled to Boston to perform at the 51st annual Berklee College Jazz Festival. DHS students Chris G, Jacob L, and Luke L all brought home soloist awards for their performances. Congratulations to all who performed!

FRIDAY,  JANUARY 25, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • JV Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. JBWA – 3:10
  • Boys Swim HOME @ WCSU vs. Fairfield Ludlowe and Warde – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • -Come out and support the Girls Basketball teams tonight as they play for cancer awareness.
  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the FCIAC Western Division Championships at Staples HS – 10:00 – buses leave at 7:45
  • V Wrestling AWAY @ Timberlane/Xavier/Nashoba Valley Tech in Plaistow, New Hampshire – 9:30
  • JV Wrestling AWAY @ Norwalk – 9:00 – bus leaves at 7:00
  • V and JV Cheerleading AWAY @ the Battle at St. Joes being held at Fairfield University – 10:00 – bus leaves at 8:00
  • Girls Gymnastics AWAY @ Joel Barlow/Pomperaug/Newtown/Oxford – 5:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ Stamford/Westhill/Staples – 2:15

General Announcements: 

  • The SAT prep class will be this Saturday from 9:00 to noon. Please enter through the gym doors and go to D 179 and D 181. Please be prompt.
  • Seniors: The DHS Student Recognition Awards application is now in Naviance. The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • Bollywood Dance Club will meet in D279 directly after school today. New members are welcome.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2:
    • The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos
    • Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office
    • Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B.
    • ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for Block 1A or B & Block 2A or B.
    • Ms. Manka in D176
    • Level 2 Office – Block 1B and Block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study: The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, January 24 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
    • (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 24 de enero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

THURSDAY,  JANUARY 24, 2019

No Athletic Events for today

General Announcements:

  • Seniors: The DHS Student Recognition Awards application is now in Naviance. The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY January 24th in D268. New members welcome.
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • The Asian Club will be meeting this afternoon in room D479. All are welcome.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2: The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos, Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office. Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B. ISS – See Mrs. Stavola for Block 1A or B & Block 2A or B. Ms. Manka in D176. Level 2 Office – Block 1B and Block 2 A & B, see Mrs. Kulbieda.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, January 24 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. (Spanish Translation):La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 24 de enero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

TUESDAY, JAN. 22

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Brien McMahon – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ Brien McMahon – V 5:30 – JV 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Girls Basketball AWAY @ Wright Tech – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Gymnastics AWAY @ Pomperaug and Nonnewaug – 6:00

General announcements

  • Are you an artist, poet, writer, or photographer? Submit your pieces to the Nutmegger: A celebration of DHS’ written and visual arts. Send all submissions to [email protected] By February 1st! See Ms. Costello, Mrs. Hanrahan, or Shannon Ahearn with any questions.
  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury High School students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the 47th Annual Poetry contest. Also, new this year is a short story contest (1000 words or less). Poems and stories can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter either contest can submit up to two pieces for each contest to Mrs. Hanrahan by February 15th for Short Stories and March 26th for Poetry. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2:

The Main Office – see Mrs Domingos

Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office

Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B.

FRIDAY,  JANUARY 18, 2019

Athletic Events for today:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Horace Greeley, NY – 7:50
  • Boys Indoor Track AWAY @ the New Balance Games – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Boys Indoor Track AWAY @ the Virginia Showcase in Lynchburg, VA.
  • FR Girls Basketball AWAY @ New Fairfield – 3:15 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Wrestling HOME in the Patton JV Tournament – 9:00
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ Staples – 10:00 – buses leave at 7:45
  • Boys Indoor Track AWAY @ the New Balance Games – bus leaves at 10:00
  • V and JV Cheerleading AWAY @ the Wildcat Open – 10:00 – bus leaves at 7:15

Athletic Events for Monday:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Enfield-East Granby-Stafford – 2:10
  • Wrestling AWAY @ Mt. Anthony of Vermont – 5:00 – bus leaves at 1:00

General Announcements: 

  • The Danbury Cultural Commission invites Danbury High School students in grades 9 through 12 to enter the 47th Annual Poetry contest. Also, new this year is a short story contest (1000 words or less). Poems and stories can be any theme or form and winners will receive a cash prize. Students wishing to enter either contest can submit up to two pieces for each contest to Mrs. Hanrahan by February 15th for Short Stories and March 26th for Poetry. Mrs. Hanrahan can be reached in G292 or by email to answer any questions.
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • Due to the impending snow storm this weekend, the HOSA Applebee’s Pancake Breakfast has been postponed until 2/10.
  • Attention Class of 2019! On Tuesday, 1/22, members of the Prom Committee will be stopping by at the end of Flex to announce the     prom theme. This year’s senior prom will be held on Friday, May 24th at 7pm at the Amber Room. Be sure your dues are up to date with Mr. Samaha in G291 or Ms. Tobin in D473 so you can attend the senior prom! That’s Samaha in G291 or Tobin in D473. Pay those dues & come to prom!
  • The following are looking for YPP workers for semester 2:
    • The Main Office – see Mrs. Domingos
    • Mrs. Jennings in the Dept Head office
    • Mrs. Caravakis in D172 -she would prefer block 3A or 2B.
  • There are no SAT Prep classes this weekend. We will resume our Saturday morning classes on January 26.

THURSDAY,  JANUARY 17, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. St. Joseph – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Girls Gymnastics HOME @ New Milford HS vs. Trumbull – 5:00
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ St. Joseph – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:45
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe/Warde – 4:15

General Announcements:

  • MOVEMENT to MUSIC 2019: Back to the 70’s will take place at 7pm tonight in the auditorium.  Come see Speech Arts students, Acting students, Modern Rock Band and a sneak preview of Godspell all bringing back music of the 70’s. There is a $2 suggested donation that will help support the theatre department’s production of The Laramie Project this spring.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today in D268. New members welcome!
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • Due to the impending snow storm this weekend, the HOSA Applebee’s Pancake Breakfast has been postponed until 2/10.
  • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for today from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.(Spanish Translation) La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para hoy de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY 16, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Lyman Hall/Haddam Killingworth/Coginchaug – 6:20
  • FR Girls Basketball HOME vs. Darien – 3:15
  • Girls Ice Hockey HOME @ Winter Garden Ice Arena vs. Trumbull/St. Joes – 4:00
  • Wrestling AWAY @ Trumbull – 6:00 – bus leaves at 4:00
  • Ski Team AWAY @ Southington vs. Amity/Guilford/Westbrook/Wilton/St. Lukes & Brookfield – 4:40 – bus leaves at 2:30

General Announcements:

  • A representative from the US Marines will be in the Career Center today during all lunch waves to talk to students about; Life in the Marines, Career Opportunities, and Scholarships.
  • MOVEMENT to MUSIC 2019: Back to the 70’s will take place at 7pm tomorrow in the auditorium.  Come see Speech Arts students, Acting students, Modern Rock Band and a sneak preview of Godspell all bringing back music of the 70’s. There is a $2 suggested donation that will help support the theatre department’s production of The Laramie Project this spring.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 1/17 in D268. New members welcome!
  • Auditions for next year’s Madrigal Singers will take place on January 31st. See Miss Russell in A215 to pick up an audition packet.
  • The first meeting of the Brazilian Club is scheduled for today, Wednesday, January 16th from 2:10-3:00pm in D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
    • (Portuguese translation): A primeira reunião do Clube Brasileiro está marcada para hoje, quarta-feira, 16 de janeiro de 2019, das 14h00 às 15h00. na sala de aula D371. Para mais informações, entre em contato com a Sra. Bilbao.
  • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, January 17 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. 
    • (Spanish Translation): La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 17 de enero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

TUESDAY,  JANUARY 15, 2019

No Athletic events for today

General Announcements:

  • A representative from the US Marines will be in the Career Center Wednesday, January 16th, during all lunch waves to talk to students about; Life in the Marines, Career Opportunities, and Scholarships.
  • Attention all members of the Freshman Class:  Please join our Google classroom for important updates about upcoming class events, and links to class information.  The join code is: fev7v0.
  • Come pay your dues – dues are $25 a year, or $100 total, but pay only $80 total if paid in full Freshman year!  See Ms. English in G395 or Mr. Pascarelli in G393.
  • MOVEMENT to MUSIC 2019: Back to the 70’s will take place at 7pm this Thursday in the auditorium.  Come see Speech Arts students, Acting students, Modern Rock Band and a sneak preview of Godspell all bringing back music of the 70’s.  There is a $2 suggested donation that will help support the theatre department’s production of The Laramie Project this spring.

MONDAY,  JANUARY 14, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Darien – V 5:15 JV 4:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey HOME vs. Northwest Catholic-Mercy @ Winter Garden – 7:30
  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Darien – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ Shepaug-Litchfield-Thomaston-Nonnewaug – 8:00
  • Boys Swim AWAY @ Darien – 7:00 – bus leaves at 4:45

General Announcements:

  • A representative from the US Marines will be in the Career Center Wednesday, January 16th, during all lunch waves to talk to students about; Life in the Marines, Career Opportunities, and Scholarships.
  • Attention all members of the Freshman Class:  Please join our Google classroom for important updates about upcoming class events, and links to class information.  The join code is: fev7v0.
  • Come pay your dues – dues are $25 a year, or $100 total, but pay only $80 total if paid in full Freshman year!  See Ms. English in G395 or Mr. Pascarelli in G393.
  • Medical careers Club is cancelled for today.
  • MOVEMENT to MUSIC 2019: Back to the 70’s will take place at 7pm this Thursday in the auditorium.  Come see Speech Arts students, Acting students, Modern Rock Band and a sneak preview of Godspell all bringing back music of the 70’s.  There is a $2 suggested donation that will help support the theatre department’s production of The Laramie Project this spring.

FRIDAY,  JANUARY 11, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Swim HOME @ WCSU vs. Trumbull – 5:30
  • Boys & Girls Track AWAY @ the Yale Classic Invitational – bus leaves at 10:15
  • V Wrestling AWAY @ the Eastern States Classic in Loch Sheldrake, NY
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ East Catholic-Glastonbury-South Windsor – 8:20 pm

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • V and JV Cheerleading HOME @ the Hatter Fest Cheer Competition – 10:00
  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Newtown – 6:40 pm
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ Wilton – 9:30 – buses leave at 7:45
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ Yale – bus leaves at 9:00
  • V Wrestling AWAY @ the Eastern States Classic
  • JV Wrestling AWAY @ the Trumbull JV Duals – 10:00 – bus leaves at 7:00

General Announcements

  • The SAT prep class will meet this Saturday in rooms D 179 and D 181. Please enter through the gym doors and be prompt so that we can start on time.
  • A special Pop-up Food Pantry will be in Danbury tomorrow. The host site is Jericho Partnership at 44 Spring Street. Start time is 11 am and visitors are encouraged to arrive early.

THURSDAY,  JANUARY 10, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Girls Basketball HOME vs. Westhill – V 5:15 JV 4:00
  • JV Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. NFI – 4:00
  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ Westhill – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30

General Announcements: 

  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today in D268. New members welcome!
  • Still want to join the SAT prep class? Not too worried that you missed the first week of materials? You can jump right in for the last four classes for a reduced rate because there are still spots left! See the main office to sign up.
  • This afternoon the Asian Club will be having a meeting in D479. There will be music, refreshments, games, and cooking. All are welcome!

WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY 9, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Byram Hills, NY – 4:30
  • Wrestling AWAY @ Staples & Ridgefield – 6:00 – bus leaves at 4:00
  • Ski team AWAY @ Mount Southington – 4:40 – bus leaves at 2:30
  • General Announcements: 
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow, January 10th in D268. New members welcome!
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • Still want to join the SAT prep class? Not too worried that you missed the first week of materials? You can jump right in for the last four classes for a reduced rate because there are still spots left! See the main office to sign up.

TUESDAY,  JANUARY 8, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Girls Gymnastics HOME @ New Milford HS vs. Joel Barlow, Newtown and Oxford – 5:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ Wilton-Norwalk-McMahon – 8:40

General Announcements:

  • Be sure to vote for Emily Stefanelli! She has been nominated for the Ruden Report Female Athlete of the week for her game winning goal in hockey against Greenwich.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday, January 10th in D268. New members welcome!
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • Still want to join the SAT prep class? Not too worried that you missed the first week of materials? You can jump right in for the last four classes for a reduced rate because there are still spots left! See the main office to sign up.

MONDAY,  JANUARY 7, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. Ridgefield – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • JV Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Brewster Ice Arena vs. Newtown – 8:15 pm
  • JV Wrestling AWAY @ the New Milford Duals at Ridgefield HS – 3:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ Ridgefield – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:45

General Announcements: 

  • Anyone interested in playing boys tennis this spring, there will be a meeting in Coach Ascone’s room G186, after school TODAY.
  • Seniors, the DHS Student Recognition Awards Application is now on Naviance.  The completed packet is due back to your counselor by Friday, March 8th.
  • There are still spaces available in the SAT Prep class. It is open to all students. The class began on Sat Jan 5th and will run for 4 more weeks on Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

FRIDAY,  JANUARY 4, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • JV Boys Ice Hockey vs. Wooster @ Danbury Ice Arena – 7:50
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the Hispanic Games at the Armory – buses leave at 2:15
  • Boys Swim HOME @ WCSU vs. Wilton – 5:30
  • V Wrestling AWAY @ the SWAT tournament in Sanford, Maine

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Daniel Hand – 8:50 pm
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ Staples – 10:00 – buses leave at 7:45
  • V Wrestling AWAY @ the SWAT Tournament in Sanford, Maine
  • JV Wrestling AWAY @ the Bristol Eastern JV Tournament – 10:00 – bus leaves at 7:00
  • Girls Gymnastics AWAY @ Pomperaug – 10:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey HOME @ Winter Garden vs. Greenwich – 8:50 pm

General Announcements: 

  • The SAT prep class will start tomorrow. Please enter through the gym doors and report to D 179. We start promptly at 9:00 a.m.
  • Bollywood Dance Club will meet today, January 4th from 2:00-2:30 in C335. New Members are welcome.
  • Anyone interested in playing boys tennis this spring, there will be a meeting in Coach Ascone’s room G186, after school on Monday.

THURSDAY,  JANUARY 3, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Basketball HOME vs. New Canaan – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00
  • Wrestling AWAY @ Westhill – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:00
  • Girls Basketball AWAY @ New Canaan – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:45

General Announcements:

  • Bollywood Dance Club will meet tomorrow, January 4th from 2:00-2:30 in C335. New Members are welcome.
  • Anyone interested playing Unified Basketball this winter please sign up on Family ID by TODAY. Please see Miss. Macey in E295 with any questions.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study. The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam is scheduled for Thursday, January 3 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao. (Spanish Translation):La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada está programada para el jueves 3 de enero de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY 2, 2019

Athletic events for today:

  • Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Eastchester, NY – 5:30
  • JV Girls Basketball AWAY @ Faith Prep – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:45
  • The BOG is excited to announce the winners of our two holiday contests. The winner of the Ugly Sweater Contest is Nick A.

General Announcements: 

  • The winners of the ”Elf on the Shelf” photo contest are Nora Y and Fernando C. Congratulations!. Please come to the Main Office to collect your prize. Thank you to all who participated. Happy New Year!
  • Anyone interested playing Unified Basketball this winter please sign up on Family ID by January 3rd. Please see Miss. Macey in E295 with any questions.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 20, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

General Announcements:

  • Anyone interested playing Unified Basketball this winter please sign up on Family ID by January 3rd. Please see Miss. Macey in E295 with any questions.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study
    • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam in May 2019 is scheduled for Thursday, December 20 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
    • Spanish Translation: La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada en mayo de 2019 está programada para el jueves 20 de diciembre de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY in D268. New members welcome
  • The Science National Honor Society/Science Club will meet TODAY in C529 from 2:10-3 pm.  All medical supplies are due at this meeting.

WEDNESDAY,  DECEMBER 19, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

Boys Ice Hockey HOME @ Danbury Ice Arena vs. Amity – 8:30

Wrestling HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – 5:00

Girls Basketball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00

Girls Ice Hockey HOME @ Winter Garden vs. Stamford-Westhill-Staples – 3:30

Boys Basketball AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:30

Boys Swimming AWAY @ Westhill-Stamford – 5:15 – bus leaves

General Announcements: 

  • The Winter sports captains council will meet today at 11:30 in the Hatters Café.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study
    • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam in May 2019 is scheduled for Thursday, December 20 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
    • Spanish Translation: La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada en mayo de 2019 está programada para el jueves 20 de diciembre de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 12/20 in D268. New members welcome
  • The Science National Honor Society/Science Club will meet on Thursday, 12/20 in C529 from 2:10-3 pm.  All medical supplies are due at this meeting.

TUESDAY,  DECEMBER 18, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

General Announcements:

  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study
    • The next independent study session for ESL students registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam in May 2019 is scheduled for Thursday, December 20 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in classroom D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
    • Spanish Translation: La próxima sesión de estudio independiente para estudiantes de ESL registrados para tomar el examen de español de colocación avanzada en mayo de 2019 está programada para el jueves 20 de diciembre de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en el aula D371. Para más información, por favor, póngase en contacto con Ms.Bilbao.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 12/20 in D268. New members welcome
  • The Science National Honor Society/Science Club will meet on Thursday, 12/20 in C529 from 2:10-3 pm.  All medical supplies are due at this meeting.

MONDAY,  DECEMBER 17, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

General Announcements: 

  • Congratulations to the girls track & field team for their performances at this past weekends Hall of Fame Invite. Cassandra S broke the school record in the 500 with a time of 1:20.02. Alex C also broke the school record with a time of 1:22. Ariel W won the freshman-sophomore long jump with a jump of 16-4.5,  Guliana R placed third with a personal best of 16-0. The 4×200 team placed 6th as well. Great job ladies.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • The Toys for Tots fundraiser being held in FLEX has been extended until TODAY. Please be sure to donate! All envelopes must be handed in to room C340 during the FLEX period today. Please be sure to put the FLEX room number on the envelope.

FRIDAY,  DECEMBER 14, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

Boys Indoor Track AWAY @ the Coach Saint Invitational – 5:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Girls Basketball AWAY @ Trumbull – V 7:00 JV 5:15 FR 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 3:45

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Boys Basketball AWAY @ the Tip off tournament at Immaculate HS – TBA
  • FR Boys Basketball AWAY @ the Tip off tournament at Immaculate HS vs. New Fairfield – 3:00
  • Boys Ice Hockey AWAY @ Mt. Pleasant, NY – 9:00 pm
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ Wilton – 9:30 – buses leave at 7:45
  • Boys & Girls Indoor Track AWAY @ the AT&T Coaches Hall of Fame Invite – 2:00 – buses leave at 10:45
  • Wrestling AWAY @ Plainville – 9:00 – bus leaves at 7:00
  • Girls Ice Hockey AWAY @ Darien – 8:10 pm
  • The Greater Danbury Tip Off Classic Basketball Championship Game is SATURDAY.  It’s the Danbury Hatters vs. the Mustangs of Immaculate in an 8:00pm start. All tickets are $5.00 and will benefit the Danbury War Memorial. (Game is at Immaculate HS). As a reminder no posters of any kind will be allowed at the game.

General Announcements: 

  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • The Toys for Tots fundraiser being held in FLEX has been extended to Monday, December 17th. Please be sure to donate! All envelopes must be handed in to room C340 during the FLEX period on Monday. Please be sure to put the FLEX room number on the envelope.
  • If you have a passion for fashion or are interested in a career in the fashion industry, join the Fashion Club today in A211. The meeting will be after school from 2-3:30p. All are welcome.
  • Join the Bollywood Dance Club!  This club is a fun experience that does not require you to have any prior knowledge of Bollywood Dance! Informational Meeting is Today from 2:00 to 2:15 in C335. We hope to see you there!

THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 13, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V Boys Basketball vs. Abbott Tech @ Immaculate HS – 6:00
  • JV Boys Basketball vs. Abbott Tech @ Immaculate HS – 3:00 – bus leaves at 2:00
  • JV Boys Ice Hockey vs. NFI @ Danbury Ice Arena – 4:00

General Announcements:

  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today in D268. New members welcome!
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • The Toys for Tots fundraiser being held in FLEX has been extended to Monday, December 17th. Please be sure to donate! All envelopes must be handed in to room C340 during the FLEX period on Monday. Please be sure to put the FLEX room number on the envelope.
  • If you have a passion for fashion or are interested in a career in the fashion industry, join the Fashion Club tomorrow in A211. The meeting will be after school from 2-3:30p. All are welcome.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study
  • The next mandatory study session for ESL students who are registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam as an independent study is scheduled for today from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in room D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation):La siguiente sesión de estudio obligatoria para los estudiantes de ESL que están registrados para tomar el examen de Español de Ubicación Avanzada como un estudio independiente está programada para hoy de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en la habitación D371. Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Ms. Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  DECEMBER 12, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Wrestling HOME vs. Brien McMahon -5:00
  • V Girls Basketball AWAY vs. Pomperaug at the FCIAC/SWC Challenge at St. Joes – 5:15
  • Girls Ice Hockey HOME @ Winter Garden vs. Fairfield Ludlowe/Warde- 8:30pm

General Announcements:

  • The weight room will be closed Thursday morning December 13th.
  • PSAT scores are in.  Please go to your level office to pick up your scores.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow, December 13th, in D268. New members welcome!
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • There will be an informational meeting for Boys Lacrosse after school TODAY in E255. If you can not attend the meeting please see Coach Kersten or Coach Purdy for information.
  • The Toys for Tots fundraiser being held in FLEX has been extended to Monday, December 17th. Please be sure to donate! All envelopes must be handed in to room C340 during the FLEX period on Monday. Please be sure to put the FLEX room number on the envelope.
  • Join the Fashion Club this Friday in A211 if you have a passion for fashion or are interested in a career in the industry. The meeting will be after school from 2-3:30p. All are welcome.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study. The next mandatory study session for ESL students who are registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam as an independent study is scheduled for Thursday, December 13 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in room D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.(Spanish Translation) La siguiente sesión de estudio obligatoria para los estudiantes de ESL que están registrados para tomar el examen de Español de Ubicación Avanzada como un estudio independiente está programada para Jueves, 13 de Diciembre de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en la habitación D371. Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Ms. Bilbao.

TUESDAY,  DECEMBER 11, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visit in the Career Center:

General Announcements:

  • PSAT scores are in.  Please go to your level office to pick up your scores.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 12/13 in D268. New members welcome!
  • Help Wanted: If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • There will be an informational meeting for Boys Lacrosse after school on Wednesday, December 12th, in E255. If you can not attend the meeting please see Coach Kersten or Coach Purdy for information.

MONDAY,  DECEMBER 10, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits:

  • College Visit in the Career Center for the week of December 10, 2018
  • 12/12/18  Wednesday Westchester Community College    Block [email protected] 11:04

General Announcements:

  • There will be NO Godspell rehearsal today.  Please check Google Classroom for further information.
  • Help Wanted: If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • There will be an informational meeting for Boys Lacrosse after school on Wednesday, December 12th, in E255. If you can not attend the meeting please see Coach Kersten or Coach Purdy for information.

THURSDAY,  DECEMBER 6, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visit in the Career Center for the week of December 10, 2018

  • 12/12/18 Wednesday     Westchester Community College     Block 3-1 @ 11:04

General Announcements

  • Thanks to all the students who came to visit the SBHC Dine and Discover table regarding Vaping.  We have a winner for the Raffle: Crystal Nyarko. Please stop by the SBHC to collect your prize!
  • The last day to sign up for the Western Connecticut State University On-Site Decision Day is tomorrow.  Come to the Career Center to make an appointment.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today in D268. New members welcome!
  • Help Wanted: If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.
  • After school today, the Asian Club will be meeting in room D 479. There will be games, refreshments, k-pop music and prizes. Join us to learn more about Asian traditions and culture. All are welcome!
  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning Saturday, January 5th and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study.The next mandatory study session for ESL students who are registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam as an independent study is scheduled for today Thursday, December 6 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in room D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation):La siguiente sesión de estudio obligatoria para los estudiantes de ESL que están registrados para tomar el examen de Español de Ubicación Avanzada como un estudio independiente está programada para hoy, Jueves, 6 de Diciembre de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en la habitación D371. Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Ms. Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  DECEMBER 5, 2018

 No Athletic Events Today

General Announcements:

  • The last day to sign up for the Western Connecticut State University On-Site Decision Day is Friday, December 7, 2018.  Come to the Career Center to make an appointment.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow,  Thursday December 6th in D268. New members welcome!
  • The girls track and field team will be taking more student athletes to tryout for the team until today. Please see coach Fraticelli in G289 with any questions.
  • Help Wanted: If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.
  • Would you like to work on your Leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join Voices of Freedom Club. Every Thursday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279.
  • Are you interested in becoming a teacher? You are cordially invited to attend the 2018 Teaching Pipeline Poster Session scheduled for tomorrow, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the WCSU midtown campus 181 White Street in White Hall room 127. This poster session will showcase more information about this rewarding profession. We hope you can join us!

TUESDAY,  DECEMBER 4, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

General Announcements:

  • Freshman Boys Basketball Practice will be held today from 5-7pm in the main gym.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 12/6 in D268. New members welcome!
  • The Black Lives Matter Club is selling t-shirts. Show your support by ordering one today! Stop by Mr Shafer’s room, D371A, for more information.
  • If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.
  • The girls track and field team will be taking more student athletes to tryout for the team until tomorrow, December 5th. Please see coach Fraticelli in G289 with any questions.
  • Would you like to work on your Leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join Voices of Freedom Club. Every Thursday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279.
  • Are you interested in becoming a teacher? You are cordially invited to attend the 2018 Teaching Pipeline Poster Session scheduled for this Thursday, December 6th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the WCSU midtown campus 181 White Street Danbury, CT 06810 – Building: White Hall 127. This poster session will showcase more information about this rewarding profession. We hope you can join us! For more information, please contact Jessica Coronel in the CONNCAP office room B212C.

MONDAY,  DECEMBER 3, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

General Announcements:

  • Underclassmen, you will be getting a survey in your email for the yearbook. Please take a moment to fill this out during your flex time today. There are only two questions and we would love your opinion!
  • The Black Lives Matter Club is selling t-shirts. Show your support by ordering one today! Stop by Mr Shafer’s room, D371A, for more information.
  • If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.
  • The girls track and field team will be taking more student athletes to tryout for the team until Wednesday, December 5th. Please see coach Fraticelli in G289 with any questions.

FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 30, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center

  • Johnson & Wales University visit has been cancelled today.            
  • There are still some openings for the Western Connecticut State University On-Site Decision Day, if you can have all your material submitted by December 7th.  Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements: 

  • The Black Lives Matter Club is selling t-shirts. Show your support by ordering one today! Stop by Mr Shafer’s room, D371A, for more information.
  • If you are planning on participating in a winter sport, please make sure that your physical is up to date. The nurses will be available after school every day this week to collect and verify physicals. Please do not go to the nurses office when you are scheduled to be in class. Thank you.
  • If you are interested in lifeguarding for the Boys Swim team, please stop by the athletic office, E257. You must have current certification as a lifeguard.

THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 29, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • Friday 11/30/18  Johnson & Wales University Block 3-2 @ 11:36
  • WCSU On-Site Decision Day-There are still some openings for the Western Connecticut State University On-Site Decision Day, if you can have all your material submitted by December 7th.  Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.

General Announcements:

  • There will be NO S.A.Y. Yes! at Jericho today.
  • The Black Lives Matter Club is selling t-shirts. Show your support by ordering one today! Stop by Mr Shafer’s room, D371A, for more information.
  • Are you interested in becoming a teacher? You are cordially invited to attend the 2018 Teaching Pipeline Poster Session scheduled for Thursday, December 6th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the WCSU midtown campus 181 White Street Danbury, CT 06810 – White Hall room 127. This poster session will showcase more information about this rewarding profession. We hope you can join us! For more information, please contact Jessica Coronel in B212C  or [email protected] or at 203-617-5582.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school today in D268. New members welcome!
  • The Girls Track & Field team will be holding tryouts today beginning at 2:20 in the old gym. Make sure to dress warm. Make sure to have a physical on file with the nurse and have your family ID forms completed. If there are any questions please see coach Fraticelli in G289 today.
  • If you are planning on participating in a winter sport, please make sure that your physical is up to date. The nurses will be available after school every day this week to collect and verify physicals. Please do not go to the nurses office when you are scheduled to be in class. Thank you.
  • Would you like to gain leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. We meet today from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279.
  • ESL AP Spanish Independent Study The next mandatory study session for ESL students who are registered to take the Advanced Placement Spanish exam as an independent study is scheduled for today, Thursday, November 29 from 2:15 – 3:45 p.m. in room D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.
  • (Spanish Translation):La siguiente sesión de estudio obligatoria para los estudiantes de ESL que están registrados para tomar el examen de Español de Ubicación Avanzada como un estudio independiente está programada para hoy, Jueves, 29 de Noviembre de 2:15 a 3:45 p.m. en la habitación D371. Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Ms. Bilbao.

WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER 28, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center

  • Johnson & Wales University will be in the career center on Friday, 11/30/18 during block 2-3 @ 11:36. 

General Announcements: 

  • There are still some openings for the Western Connecticut State University On-Site Decision Day, if you can have all your material submitted by December 7th.  Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.
  • Are you interested in becoming a teacher? You are cordially invited to attend the 2018 Teaching Pipeline Poster Session scheduled for Thursday, December 6th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the WCSU midtown campus 181 White Street Danbury, CT 06810 – White Hall room 127. This poster session will showcase more information about this rewarding profession. We hope you can join us! For more information, please contact Jessica Coronel in B212C  or [email protected] or at 203-617-5582.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school tomorrow, Nov. 29th in D268. New members welcome!
  • The girls track & field team will be holding tryouts beginning tomorrow November 29th in the old gym beginning at 2:20pm-5:00pm. Please make absolutely sure that all family ID forms have been completed and you have a physical on file with the nurse’s office. Also, make sure to dress warm for tryouts, have proper sneakers. If there are any questions please see coach Fraticelli in G289 as soon as you can.
  • Come join the Boys Indoor/Winter Track Team today at 2:15 in the DHS cafeteria for their last meeting before tryouts begin on Thursday. If you can not attend see coach Murray in the boys PE locker room office.
  • If you are planning on participating in a winter sport, please make sure that your physical is up to date. The nurses will be available after school every day this week to collect and verify physicals. Please do not go to the nurses office when you are scheduled to be in class. Thank you.
  • Anyone interested in playing Girls Softball this spring, there will be a meeting after school today, at 2:15pm, in the cafeteria.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing Tennis in the Spring – today at 2:15 in room E295. Please see Miss. Macey with any questions.
  • Would you like to gain leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. We meet every Thursday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279.

TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER 27, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center

  • Johnson & Wales University will be in the career center on Friday, 11/30/18 during block 2-3 @ 11:36. 

General Announcements: 

  • There are still some openings for the Western Connecticut State University On-Site Decision Day, if you can have all your material submitted by December 7th.  Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.
  • Are you interested in becoming a teacher? You are cordially invited to attend the 2018 Teaching Pipeline Poster Session scheduled for Thursday, December 6th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the WCSU midtown campus 181 White Street Danbury, CT 06810 – White Hall room 127. This poster session will showcase more information about this rewarding profession. We hope you can join us! For more information, please contact Jessica Coronel in B212C  or [email protected] or at 203-617-5582.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 11/29 in D268. New members welcome!
  • The girls track & field team will be holding tryouts beginning on Thursday November 29th at 2:20-5:00 beginning in the old gym. Make sure to have a current physical and family ID forms filled out. Please see coach Fraticelli in G289 if you have any questions.
  • Come join the Boys Indoor/Winter Track Team this Wednesday at 2:15 in the DHS cafeteria for their last meeting before tryouts begin on Thursday if you can not attend see coach Murray in the boys PE locker room office.
  • If you are planning on participating in a winter sport, please make sure that your physical is up to date. The nurses will be available after school every day this week to collect and verify physicals. Please do not go to the nurses office when you are scheduled to be in class. Thank you.
  • Anyone interested in playing Girls Softball this spring, there will be a meeting after school on Wednesday, at 2:15pm, in the cafeteria.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing Tennis in the Spring – Wednesday November 28th at 2:15 in room E295. Please see Miss. Macey with any questions.

MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 26, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center

  • Johnson & Wales University will be in the career center on Friday, 11/30/18 during block 2-3 @ 11:36. 

General Announcements: 

  • Are you interested in Bollywood? Join the brand new club that celebrates Bollywood dance. We will collaborate to bring the joy of different dance forms to others. You do not need to be an experienced dancer to join. Our first meeting will be on Monday, November 26th from 2 to 2:30 in room C335
  • The final mandatory meeting for all girls interested in indoor track & field will take place right after school in G289 on Wednesday November 28th. Tryouts will be Thursday November 29th beginning in the old gym from 2:20-5:00. Please remember, all family ID forms need to be completed as well as a current physical to tryout for the team. If there are any questions please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • Come join the Boys Indoor/Winter Track Team this Wednesday at 2:15 in the DHS cafeteria for their last meeting before tryouts begin on Thursday if you can not attend see coach Murray in the boys PE locker room office.
  • If you are planning on participating in a winter sport, please make sure that your physical is up to date. The nurses will be available after school every day this week to collect and verify physicals. Please do not go to the nurses office when you are scheduled to be in class. Thank you.
  • Anyone interested in playing Girls Softball this spring, there will be a meeting after school on Wednesday, at 2:15pm in the cafeteria.
  • There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing Tennis in the Spring – Wednesday November 28th at 2:15 in room E295. Please see Miss. Macey with any questions.

TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER 20, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • A representative from the Marines will be in the Career Center Today, November 20, 2019 Block 3 at 11:04, to talk about scholarship opportunities.
  • Are you interested in Bollywood? Join the brand new club that celebrates Bollywood dance. We will collaborate to bring the joy of different dance forms to others. You do not need to be an experienced dancer to join. Our first meeting will be on Monday, November 26th from 2 to 2:30 in room C335.

MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 19, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Freshman Football Away @ Ridgefield 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:00PM

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • A representative from the US Naval Academy is be in the Career Center today all of Block 3.
  • A representative from the Marines will be in the Career Center Tuesday, November 20, Block 3 at 11:04, to talk about scholarship opportunities.

General Announcements:

  • Chess Club will not meet this Monday, November 19th due to parent conferences.  Chess will resume Monday, November 26th at 2:30 PM in room D478.
THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 15, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 11/16/18 Friday Johnson & Wales University Block 2 @8:49
  • 11/16/18 Friday Iona College FLEX @ 10:18

General Announcements:

  • Chess club will now meet Mondays 2:30 – 4:00 PM in room D478.  All levels welcome. Players may also still sign up for chess through flex on Wednesdays with Dr. Reese and Thursdays with Mr. Parker.
  • All after school activities are cancelled for today.

WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER 14, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 11/15/18 Thursday Salisbury University Block 2 @ 9:30
  • 11/16/18 Friday Johnson & Wales University Block 2 @8:49
  • 11/16/18 Friday Iona College FLEX @ 10:18

General Announcements:

  • Attention Skiers!  There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the Ski Race Team today at 2:15 in room E295.
  • There will be a meeting for all who are interested in girls Track & Field TODAY in G289 after school until 2:45pm. Please remember all FamilyID forms need to be completed and all need to have a current physical to tryout for the team. This meeting will focus on the different events in Track & Field, and what equipment is needed for the team. Come see what Track & Field is about at Danbury High School.
  • There will be a brief DHS Productions Stage Crew meeting in the auditorium, after school TODAY. This meeting is for the students who were unable to attend the Crew FLEX meeting.
  • There will be a Boys Indoor Track meeting tomorrow, Thursday, Nov 15th after school in the cafeteria.  The meeting will cover the different event options and the team tryout procedure. Please stop by and find out more about the team.
  • The first Baseball meeting will be TODAY at 2:15 in the cafeteria. The meeting should last about 1 hour.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 11/15 in D268. New members welcome!
  • Chess club will now meet Mondays 2:30 – 4:00 PM in room D478.  All levels welcome. Players may also still sign up for chess through flex on Wednesdays with Dr. Reese and Thursdays with Mr. Parker.

FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 9, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V Football vs. Greenwich – 5:00
  • Boys & Girls Cross Country @ the New England Regionals at Derryfield Park in Manchester, NH – dismissal at 10:12

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • FR Football @ Greenwich – 10:00 – bus leaves at 8:00
  • Girls Swimming @ the Class LL State Trials – 11:30 – bus leaves at 7:45

Athletic Events for Monday:

  • JV Football vs. Greenwich – 4:30

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 11/8/18 Thursday Keene State College Block 3 @ 12:41
  • 11/15/18 Thursday Salisbury University Block 2 @ 9:30
  • 11/16/18 Friday Johnson & Wales University Block 2 @8:49
  • 11/16/18 Friday Iona College FLEX @ 10:18

General Announcements:

  • Attention all female Fall Athletes- All lockers downstairs in the team room need to be cleaned out by Monday, November 12th.  Locks will be cut off starting on Tuesday, Nov 13th. See Coach Halas if you have any questions.
  • Attention Skiers!  There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the Ski Race Team next Wednesday, November 14th at 2:15 in room E295.
  • Ready? Set. Go. You can stop the spread of infection and be rewarded for it! Come see what all the hustle is about at the HOSA Future Health Professionals booth during your lunch wave today in the cafeteria for the final day of HOSA week!
  • Boys Basketball open gym will be Tuesday 11/13.  Freshman will be from 5:30 to 7 and 10th to 12th grade will be from 7 to 8:30.

THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 8, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V Boys Soccer vs. Naugatuck in the CIAC Class LL 2nd round – 4:00

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 11/8/18 Thursday Keene State College Block 3 @ 12:41
  • 11/15/18 Thursday Salisbury University Block 2 @ 9:30
  • 11/16/18 Friday Johnson & Wales University Block 2 @8:49
  • 11/16/18 Friday Iona College FLEX @ 10:18

General Announcements:

  • Any girls interested in track and field who could not attend the meeting yesterday should see coach Fraticelli in G289 to receive the important information for this years team.
  • Attention all Female Fall Athletes- All lockers downstairs in the team room  need to be cleaned out by Monday, November 12th.  Locks will be cut off starting on Tuesday, Nov 13th.  See Coach Halas if you have any questions.
  • Come find out about the 3x defending Connecticut State champion boys Indoor Track and Field team.  There will be a meeting today at 2:05 in the DHS cafeteria. If you can not make it see coach Murray in his office located in the boys PE locker room.
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in trying out for the Boys Swim team today at 4:15 in Room E255.
  • Attention Skiers!  There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the Ski Race Team next Wednesday, November 14th at 2:15 in room E295.
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in playing Boys Volleyball TODAY at 2:45 in Room E255.
  • This afternoon the Asian Club will be meeting in room D479. There will be k-pop music, competitions, prizes you can win and many more fun Asian activities. Join the Asian Club today! All are welcome.
  • Did you know handwashing is the number one way to stop the spread of infection? Look for the HOSA Future Health Professionals booth in the cafeteria during your lunch wave to help stop the contamination today for HOSA week!!

WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER 7, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 11/8/18  Thursday Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 11/8/18 Thursday Keene State College Block 3 @ 12:41

General Announcements

  • Central Connecticut State University will be hosting an On-Site Decision day on Thursday, November 29, 2018 from 8:49 until 2:00.  Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.
  • Did you know that high blood pressure can hurt your arteries and lead to life-threatening conditions like heart disease and stroke? Come get your blood pressure taken during your lunch wave today at the HOSA Future Health Professionals booth in the cafeteria for HOSA week!
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in girls indoor track & field on Wednesday, November 7th right after school in G289. All those interested must have an up to date physical and complete all forms through family ID prior to tryouts. If you cannot attend please see coach Fraticelli in G289.
  • Come find out about the 3x defending Connecticut State champion boys Indoor Track and Field team.  There will be a meeting this Thursday, November 8th at 2:05 in the DHS cafeteria. If you can not make it see coach Murray in his office located in the boys PE locker room.
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in trying out for the Boys Swim team on Thursday, November 8th, at 4:15 in Room E255.
  • In remembrance of the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania the National Social Studies Honor Society is inviting you and your families to a candlelight vigil tonight, Wednesday, November 7th, at 7pm on the Danbury City Center Green. Come for an evening with food trucks, music, and friends while paying your respects to the victims of this tragedy. We hope to see you there!

MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 5, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • JV Football HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 5:00

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 11/5/18    Monday Manhattanville College Block 4 @   1:17
  • 11/8/18  Thursday Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 11/8/18 Thursday Keene State College Block 3 @ 12:41

General Announcements

  • Central Connecticut State University will be hosting an On-Site Decision day on Thursday, November 29, 2018 from 8:49 until 2:00.  Come to the Career Center and sign up for an appointment.
  • Did you know that 95% of Children and adults lack self-confidence? Look for the HOSA Future Health Professionals booth during your lunch wave today to share your positivity for HOSA week!
  • Come find out about the 3 x defending Connecticut State champion boys Indoor Track and Field team.  There will be a meeting this Thursday November 8th at 2:05 in the DHS cafeteria. If you can not make it see coach Murray in his office located in the boys PE locker room.
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in trying out for the Boys Swim team on Thursday, November 8th, at 4:15 in Room E255.
  • The Candlelight vigil, hosted by the National Social Studies Honor Society, scheduled for this evening has been postponed to Wed. Nov. 7th due to expected inclement weather.
  • In remembrance of the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania the National Social Studies Honor Society is inviting you and your families to a candlelight vigil Wednesday, November 7th, at 7pm on the Danbury City Center Green. Come for an evening with food trucks, music, and friends while paying your respects to the victims of this tragedy. We hope to see you there!

FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 2, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • FR Football HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 11/2/18 Friday Sacred Heart University Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/5/18    Monday Manhattanville College Block 4 @   1:17
  • 11/8/18  Thursday Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 11/8/18 Thursday Keene State College Block 3 @ 12:41

General Announcements

  • Watch today’s VPC Live, DHS’ Student News Broadcast using the following link during or after our show. https://youtu.be/VterM9OTUA8
  • There will be a meeting for all those interested in trying out for the Boys Swim team on Thursday, November 8th, at 4:15 in Room E255.
  • All field trip forms for the college fair to the University of Bridgeport scheduled for November 7th, are due to Ms. Rodriguez in the level 4 office by TODAY.
  • JV Cheerleading tryouts will start Monday, November 5th at 5:30pm. You must register with Family ID and you must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in E257 with any questions.
  • The annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) dodgeball tournament will be on Friday, Nov. 16th at 2:30. Each player is asked to pay a $ 5.00 entry fee and registration forms will be available in room C339.  Get your entry form and fees in as soon as possible.
  • There will be make up pictures being taken all day long in the black box TODAY. Please feel free to stop down during a free period to have your photo taken if you have not had a chance to do so yet this year. Each photo will come with a lovely new ID card as well.
  • DHS Marching Band is hosting the USBands New England Regional Championships tomorrow at DHS.  Come support your marching band as they take the field in competition against some of the best high school bands from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.  Gate opens at 4pm.
  • Video Production Club is cancelled today after school.
  • In remembrance of the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania the National Social Studies Honor Society is inviting you and your families to a candlelight vigil on Monday, November 6th, at 7 pm at the Danbury City Center Green. Come for an evening with food trucks, music, and friends while paying your respects to the victims of this tragedy. We hope to see you there!
  • Spanish Translation: Los invitamos a que vengan a apoyar a las víctimas de la sinagoga de Tree of Life en Pittsburgh con el Rho Kappa de DHS este lunes a las 7 pm en el Danbury City Center Green. Va a haber comida y música, esperamos verlos ahí!
  • Thank you to everyone who participated in the BOG costume contest! Winners, please remember to come to the main office today to claim your prize!

 THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 1, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ the C.I.A.C. State Open Championships – 2:00 – bus leaves at 10:15
  • V Boys Soccer AWAY vs. Trumbull at the FCIAC Championships being held at Norwalk HS – 7:00 – bus leaves at 4:45
  • V Football AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 6:00 – buses leave at 3:15

Information for the Boys Soccer FCIAC Final TODAY:

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 11/1/18 Thursday SUNY College at Oneonta Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/2/18 Friday Sacred Heart University Block 3 @ 11:04

General Announcements

  • All field trip forms for the college fair to the University of
  • Bridgeport scheduled for November 7th, are due to Ms. Rodriguez in the level 4 office by Friday, November 2nd.
  • Class of 2022:  Please text @2022ftw to 810-10 to join your graduating class’ Remind account.  We will be sending important updates and information through Remind!
  • Dues can be paid to Ms. English (G395) or Mr. Pascarelli (G393).  Dues are $25/year ($100 total), or you can pay at the reduced rate of $80, only if dues are paid in full by the end of Freshman year.  
  • Please see Ms. English or Mr. Pascarelli if you would like to be considered for the Executive Council, to work alongside your class officers and advisors to help make decisions for your class!
  • Attention students – there will be a spectator bus going to Norwalk tonight for the Boys Soccer FCIAC Championship game. Please stop by the athletic office, E257, to pick up a permission slip and sign up. The cost is $3.00. You must return the permission slip and payment by 11 am today.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY, 11/1 in D268. New members welcome!
  • GSA meeting today cancelled – See you next week
  • JV Cheerleading tryouts will start Monday, November 5th at 5:30pm. You must register with Family ID and you must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in E257 with any questions.
  • Interested in K-pop or Asian food? Join the Asian Club to learn more about the many Asian cultures. Our first meeting is today after school in room D479. You don’t have to be Asian to join. Food will be served.
  • The annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) dodgeball tournament will be on Friday, Nov. 16th at 2:30. Each player is asked to pay a $ 5.00 entry fee and registration forms will be available in room C339.  Get your entry form and fees in as soon as possible.
  • There will be make up pictures being taken all day long in the black box on Friday, November 2. Please feel free to stop down during a free period to have your photo taken if you have not had a chance to do so yet this year. Each photo will come with a lovely new ID card as well.
  • DHS Marching Band is hosting the USBands New England Regional Championships this Saturday at DHS.  Come support your marching band as they take the field in competition against some of the best high school bands from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.  Gate opens at 4pm.

WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 31, 2018

No Athletic Events Today

Information for the Boys Soccer FCIAC Final on Thursday 11/1:

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 11/1/18 Thursday University of New England Block 2 @   9:15
  • 11/1/18 Thursday SUNY College at Oneonta Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/2/18 Friday Sacred Heart University Block 3 @ 11:04

General Announcements:

  • The weight room will be closed in the morning on Thursday, November 1st.
  • Seniors: there are only a few days left to have your senior portrait taken. If you are interested, please be sure to call the photo company directly at 1-800-426-9533 for an appointment or simply go during the time that is sent to you for an appointment. If you do not have your portrait taken now, you will not be in this year’s book.
  • Class of 2022:  Please text [email protected] to join your graduating class’ Remind account.  We will be sending important updates and information through Remind!
  • Dues can be paid to Ms. English (G395) or Mr. Pascarelli (G393).  Dues are $25/year ($100 total), or you can pay at the reduced rate of $80, only if dues are paid in full by the end of Freshman year.  
  • Please see Ms. English or Mr. Pascarelli if you would like to be considered for the Executive Council, to work alongside your class officers and advisors to help make decisions for your class!
  • Attention students – there will be a spectator bus going to Norwalk tomorrow night for the Boys Soccer FCIAC Championship game. Please stop by the athletic office, E257, to pick up a permission slip and sign up. The cost is $3.00. You must return the permission slip and payment by 11 am Thursday.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TOMORROW, 11/1 in D268. New members welcome!
  • JV Cheerleading tryouts will start Monday, November 5th at 5:30pm. You must register with Family ID and you must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in E257 with any questions.
  • Interested in K-pop or Asian food? Join the Asian Club to learn more about the many Asian cultures. Our first meeting is Tomorrow after school in room D479. You don’t have to be Asian to join. Food will be served!
  • The BOG is having a costume contest today. Submit a picture to our twitter @DanburyBOG. No masks are allowed. The top three costumes will win prizes!
  • The annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) dodgeball tournament will be on Friday, Nov. 16th at 2:30. Each player is asked to pay a $ 5.00 entry fee and registration forms will be available in room C339.  Get your entry form and fees in as soon as possible.
  • Any girls interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, our first team meeting will be today at 3:00 pm in room E255. The meeting should last no longer than 30 minutes.
  • There will be make up pictures being taken all day long in the black box on Friday, November 2. Please feel free to stop down during a free period to have your photo taken if you have not had a chance to do so yet this year. Each photo will come with a lovely new ID card as well.
  • DHS Marching Band is hosting the USBands New England Regional Championships this Saturday at DHS.  Come support your marching band as they take the field in competition against some of the best high school bands from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.  Gate opens at 4pm.

  TUESDAY,  OCTOBER 30, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Girls Swimming AWAY @ Greenwich in the FCIAC Trials – 5:30 – bus leaves at 3:00

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 11/1/18 Thursday University of New England Block 2 @   9:15
  • 11/1/18 Thursday SUNY College at Oneonta Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/2/18 Friday Sacred Heart University Block 3 @ 11:04

General Announcements:

  • Western Connecticut State University has more openings for their on site decision day at Danbury High School on December 13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending Western Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • Seniors: there are only a few days left to have your senior portrait taken. If you are interested, please be sure to call the photo company directly at 1-800-426-9533 for an appointment or simply go during the time that is sent to you for an appointment. If you do not have your portrait taken now, you will not be in this year’s book.
  • Attention students – there will be a spectator bus going to Norwalk this Thursday night for the Boys Soccer FCIAC Championship game. Please stop by the athletic office, E257, to pick up a permission slip and sign up. The cost is $3.00.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday 11/1 in D268. New members welcome!
  • JV cheerleading tryouts will start Monday, November 5th at 5:30pm. You must register with Family ID and you must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in E257 with any questions.
  • All DECA members and those still interested, there will be a meeting today after school in C340. Hope you can come!
  • Interested in K-pop or Asian food? Join the Asian Club to learn more about the many Asian cultures. Our first meeting is Thursday after school in room D479. You don’t have to be Asian to join. Food will be served!
  • The BOG will be having a costume contest tomorrow. Wear an appropriate costume to school, and submit a picture to our twitter @DanburyBOG. No masks are allowed. The top three costumes will win prizes!
  • The annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) dodgeball tournament will be on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 in the main gym, starting at 2:30.  Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 2 games, and teams are composed of 10 players, (8 players with two subs). Each player is asked to pay a $ 5.00 entry fee and registration forms will be available on Monday, Oct. 29th, 2018 in Room C339.  Please start forming your teams now and be sure to get your entry form and fees in as soon as possible.
  • Attention all AP students: today is the LAST DAY to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by today you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Any girls interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, our first team meeting will be tomorrow at 3:00 pm in room E255. The meeting should last no longer than 30 minutes.

MONDAY,  OCTOBER 29, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • JV Football HOME vs. Norwalk – 5:30
  • Boys Soccer AWAY vs. Fairfield Ludlowe in the FCIAC Semifinals at Ludlowe – 5:00 – bus leaves at 3:00.

College Visits to the Career Center: 

  • 10/29/18    Monday    Albertus Magnus College        Block 3 @ 12:09
  • 11/1/18    Thursday    University of New Haven        Block 2 @   9:15
  • 11/1/18    Thursday    SUNY College at Oneonta        Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/2/18    Friday    Sacred Heart University                Block 3 @ 11:04

General Announcements:

  • Come support the varsity Boys Soccer team as they play Semi Finals: Tickets will be $5 students and $8 adults. You may purchase tickets online in advance to avoid the ticket lines at the semi’s and finals of the game you are going to see. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fciac-boys-soccer-semi-finals-tickets-50173244525  FCIAC championship long sleeve tee shirts with names on the back will be sold for $25.
  • Western Connecticut State University has more openings for their on site decision day at Danbury High School on December 13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending Western Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • Seniors: there are only a few days left to have your senior portrait taken. If you are interested, please be sure to call the photo company directly at 1-800-426-9533 for an appointment or simply go during the time that is sent to you for an appointment. If you do not have your portrait taken now, you will not be in this year’s book.
  • JV cheerleading tryouts will start Monday, November 5th at 5:30pm. You must register with Family ID and you must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Please see Mrs. Tatarzycki in E257 with any questions.
  • The BOG will be having a costume contest on Wednesday the 31st! Wear an appropriate costume to school, and submit a picture to our twitter @DanburyBOG. No masks are allowed. The top three costumes will win prizes!
  • The annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) dodgeball tournament will be on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 in the main gym, starting at 2:30.  Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 2 games, and teams are composed of 10 players, (8 players with two subs).  Each player is asked to pay a $ 5.00 entry fee and registration forms will be available on Monday, Oct. 29th, 2018 in Room C339.  Please start forming your teams now and be sure to get your entry form and fees in as soon as possible.
  • Attention all AP students: there are 2 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Any girls interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, our first team meeting will be Wednesday, October 31 at 3:00 pm in room E295. The meeting should last no longer than 30 minutes.
  • An informational session about DHS Productions STAGE CREW is scheduled for Wednesday, October 31 during flex. Anyone interested in working on our spring musical, Godspell, should sign up for this flex or see Mr. Morgan with questions.
  • FairfieldLive is the official live streaming partner of the FCIAC.  They will be streaming live (and also be available on demand) both the FCIAC boys soccer semi-finals and the girls FCIAC soccer semi-finals on Monday, Oct. 29 starting at 5:00 pm.  Go to FCIAC.net and link to LocalLive on the upper right corner or you can go to fairfield.live to view the free streaming of the games.
  • If you would like to hear more from me and some other performers, please come to the Freshman Forum tonight at 6pm in the auditorium.

FRIDAY,  OCTOBER 26, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V Boys Soccer HOME vs. Brien McMahon in the FCIAC Quarterfinals – 4:00
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Trumbull – JV 4:00 V 5:30
  • Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ the Class LL State Championships – 10:20 – bus leaves at 6:45
  • V Football [email protected] Norwalk – 7:0 – buses leave at 4:15
  • FR Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Trumbull – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Girls Swim AWAY @ the JV FCIAC Championships  2:30 – bus leaves at 10:40

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 10/26/18    Friday     Western Connecticut State Univ    Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18    Friday    Westfield State University        Block 4 @   1:30
  • 10/29/18    Monday    Albertus Magnus College        Block 3 @ 12:09
  • 11/1/18    Thursday    University of New Haven        Block 2 @   9:15
  • 11/1/18    Thursday    SUNY College at Oneonta        Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/2/18    Friday    Sacred Heart University        Block 3 @ 11:04

 

General Announcements:

  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, December 11, 2018, interviews start at 8:45.
  • The SAT prep class scheduled for Saturday is postponed. Make ups will be Monday and Tuesday starting at 2:10.
  • The annual Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) dodgeball tournament will be on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018 in the main gym, starting at 2:30.  Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 2 games, and teams are composed of 10 players, (8 players with two subs).  Each player is asked to pay a $ 5.00 entry fee and registration forms will be available on Monday, Oct. 29th, 2018 in Room C339.  Please start forming your teams now and be sure to get your entry form and fees in as soon as possible.
  • The Leo Club is meeting after school today in C337. New members are always welcome.
  • Attention all AP students: there are 5 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Auditions for Tri-M, or National Music Honors Society, will take place TODAY after school in room A302-A(piano room). See Mrs McKenzie with any questions.
  • Any girls interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, our first team meeting will be Wednesday, October 31 at 3:00 pm in room E295. The meeting should last no longer than 30 minutes.
  • An informational session about DHS Productions STAGE CREW is scheduled for Wednesday, October 31 during flex. Anyone interested in working on our spring musical, Godspell, should sign up for this flex or see Mr. Morgan with questions.
  • CONGRATULATIONS to BRENDA M,  the winner of the School-Based Health Center Contest regarding stress.  Please stop by the School based health center to pick up your prize.

THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 25, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ Tarrywile at the FR Invitational – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:10
  • FR Football HOME vs. Norwalk – 4:30
  • JV Girls Soccer AWAY @ New Fairfield – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:45

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/26/18    Friday Western Connecticut State Univ Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18 Friday Westfield State University Block 4 @   1:30
  • 10/29/18    Monday Albertus Magnus College Block 3 @ 12:09
  • 11/1/18 Thursday University of New Haven Block 2 @   9:15
  • 11/1/18 Thursday SUNY College at Oneonta Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 11/2/18 Friday Sacred Heart University Block 3 @ 11:04
  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, December 11, 2018, interviews start at 8:45.

General Announcements

  • Attention all AP students: there are 6 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Come and join the ROTC in the gym on October 30th from 7:30-12:30 for our annual Blood Drive.  Sign-up with our volunteers at the Blood Drive table in the cafeteria.
  • Auditions for Tri-M, or National Music Honors Society, will take place TOMORROW after school in room A302-A(piano room). See Mrs McKenzie with any questions.
  • Any girls interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, our first team meeting will be Wednesday, October 31 at 3:00 pm in room E295. The meeting should last no longer than 30 minutes.
  • An informational session about DHS Productions STAGE CREW is scheduled for Wednesday, October 31 during flex. Anyone interested in working on our spring musical, Godspell, should sign up for this flex or see Mr. Morgan with questions.

WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 24, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Field Hockey HOME vs. Thomaston – JV 4:00 V 5:30
  • FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ New Milford – 3:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Swim AWAY @ Trumbull – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Abbott Tech – JV 3:45 V 5:15 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 10/24/18    Wednesday Muhlenberg College            FLEX @ 10:18
  • 10/26/18    Friday     Western Connecticut State Univ    Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18    Friday    Westfield State University        Block 4 @ 1:30

General Announcements:

  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, December 11, 2018, interviews start at 8:45.
  • Seniors: there are only a few days left to have your senior portrait taken. If you are interested, please be sure to call the photo company directly at 1-800-426-9533 for an appointment or simply go during the time that is sent to you for an appointment. If you do not have your portrait taken now, you will not be in this year’s book.
  • Save the Children, Hurricane Maria Children’s Relief Fundraiser  will be held on November 3rd from 5-7pm at Danbury Duck Pin Lanes. Your $12 donation gets  you 2 games, shoe rental, 2 slices of pizza, and a water. Sign up in C437, or  during Lunch Wave 2.
  • If you are interested in becoming an officer for the Asian Club, please come to our informational meeting today after school in D479
  • Attention all AP students: there are 7 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Come and join the ROTC in the gym on October 30th from 7:30-12:30 for our annual Blood Drive.  Sign-up with our volunteers at the Blood Drive table in the cafeteria.
  • Auditions for Tri-M, or National Music Honors Society, will take place Friday, Oct 26th after school in room A302-A(piano room). See Mrs McKenzie with any questions.
  • Attention al freshmen! This year’s freshman forum will take place on Mon Oct 29th. Doors open at 5:30pm. Learn about the impact of teen substance abuse. Earn a homework pass and a chance to win a pizza party! Stop by Level 4 office for more information.

TUESDAY,  OCTOBER 23, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Boys Soccer HOME vs. Trumbull – JV 4:00 V 6:00
  • FR Girls Soccer HOME vs. Trumbull – 4:00
  • Boys Cross Country AWAY @ the Wilton JV meet -4:00 – bus leaves at 2:00
  • FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ Trumbull – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Field Hockey AWAY @ Wilton – JV 4:00 V 6:00 – bus leaves at 3:00

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/24/18 Wednesday Muhlenberg College FLEX @ 10:18
  • 10/26/18    Friday Western Connecticut State Univ Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18 Friday Westfield State University Block 4 @ 1:30

General Announcements 

  • If you are interested in becoming an officer for the Asian Club, please come to our informational meeting tomorrow after school in D479.
  • Do you like classic films? Do you want to learn how to deal with stress? Do you like to play chess? If so, check out the DHS website to see what extension activities are being offered in this weeks FLEX.
  • Attention all AP students: there are 8 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Not unlike Dracula…JROTC wants to take your blood.  Except we want it to save lives…a single pint can literally save a life.  If you have the guts and aren’t afraid of a little needle, come and join us in the gym on October 30th from 7:30-12:30.  Sign-up with our volunteers at the Blood Drive table in the cafeteria.
  • Auditions for Tri-M, or National Music Honors Society, will take place Friday, Oct 26th after school in room A302-A(piano room). See Mrs McKenzie with any questions.
  • Attention al freshmen! This year’s freshman forum will take place on Mon Oct 29th. Doors open at 5:30pm. Learn about the impact of teen substance abuse. Earn a homework pass and a chance to win a pizza party! Stop by Level 4 office for more information.

MONDAY,  OCTOBER 22, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • FR Field Hockey HOME vs. Wilton – 6:00
  • FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Greenwich – 4:00
  • Girls Soccer AWAY @ Trumbull – JV 4:00 V 6:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Greenwich – V 4:30 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:45

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/22/18  Monday Fashion Institute of Design & Block 3 @ 11:04 Merchandising (FIDM)
  • 10/23/18 Tuesday University of New Haven Block 1  @ 8:00
  • 10/24/18 Wednesday Muhlenberg College FLEX @ 10:1810/26/18
  • Friday Western Connecticut State University Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18 Friday Westfield State University Block 4 @ 1:30

General Announcements

  • Congratulations to the Danbury Girls Cross Country team for their first ever FCIAC title! Congratulations to Lauren Moore, May-lee Cree, Daniella Grullon, Sarah Johnson, Cassandra Sturdevant, Alex Shaker, Valerie Fox and Vivian Mendez for earning ALL FCIAC honors!
  • Congratulations to the boys cross country team for their 2nd place finish in the Fairfield County Interscholastic Conference Championship.  The team was lead by three 1st team all FCIAC runners Jack Watson 8th, Malcolm Going 9th, Jacob Hefele 11th and Ryan Caldwell 15th. Aidan Byrne was 2nd team all FCIAC with his 24th place finish.  The team heads to the State Championship this week as the 5th ranked team in Connecticut.
  • Do you like classic films? Do you want to learn how to deal with stress? Do you like to play chess? If so, check out the DHS website to see what extension activities are being offered in this weeks FLEX.
  • Attention all AP students: there are 9 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Not unlike Dracula…JROTC wants to take your blood.  Except we want it to save lives…a single pint can literally save a life.  If you have the guts and aren’t afraid of a little needle, come and join us in the gym on October 30th from 7:30-12:30.  Sign-up with our volunteers at the Blood Drive table in the cafeteria.
  • Auditions for Tri-M, or National Music Honors Society, will take place Friday, Oct 26th after school in room A302-A(piano room). See Mrs McKenzie with any questions.
  • Attention al freshmen! This year’s freshman forum will take place on Mon Oct 29th. Doors open at 5:30pm. Learn about the impact of teen substance abuse. Earn a homework pass and a chance to win a pizza party! Stop by Level 4 office for more information.

FRIDAY,  OCTOBER 19, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • FR Boys soccer HOME vs. Wright Tech – 3:45
  • Field Hockey HOME vs. Norwalk – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Wilton – V 4:30 JV 5:45
  • V Football AWAY @ Trumbull – 7:00 – buses leave at 4:30
  • FR Field Hockey AWAY @ Norwalk – 5:15 – bus leaves at 3:30
  • FR Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Wilton – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • JV Football HOME vs. Trumbull – 2:00

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/22/18  Monday Fashion Institute of Design & Block 3 @ 11:04       Merchandising (FIDM)
  • 10/23/18 Tuesday University of New Haven Block 1  @ 8:00
  • 10/24/18 Wednesday Muhlenberg College FLEX @ 10:18
  • 10/26/18      Friday Western Connecticut State University Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18 Friday Westfield State University Block 4 @ 1:30

General Announcements

  • Attention all AP students: there are 11 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Boys Basketball Meeting TODAY in G290 from 2:20 to 2:40.  Anyone interested in playing must attend. If you can not make it, see Coach Bock.
  • Not unlike Dracula…JROTC wants to take your blood.  Except we want it to save lives…a single pint can literally save a life.  If you have the guts and aren’t afraid of a little needle, come and join us in the gym on October 30th from 7:30-12:30.  Sign-up with our volunteers in cafeteria.”
  • All underclassmen photos today have been cancelled.  They will be rescheduled.

 THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 18, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • FR Football HOME vs. Trumbull – 4:00
  • FR Boys Soccer HOME vs. Greenwich – 4:00
  • Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ the FCIAC Championships in New Canaan – buses leave at 11:15
  • Boys Soccer [email protected] Greenwich – V 4:15 JV 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45
  • V Girls Soccer AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45
  • Girls Swim AWAY @ Norwalk/Brien McMahon – 6:00 – bus leaves at 4:15

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/18/18 Thursday Naugatuck Valley CC Block 3 @ 11:00
  • 10/22/18      Monday Fashion Institute of Design &         Block 3 @ 11:04
  • Merchandising (FIDM)
  • 10/23/18 Tuesday University of New Haven Block 1  @ 8:00
  • 10/24/18 Wednesday Muhlenberg College FLEX @ 10:18
  • 10/26/18 Friday Western Connecticut State University Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/26/18 Friday Westfield State University Block 4 @ 1:30

General Annoucements

  • Attention all AP students: there are 12 days left to register and return your AP contract to your teachers.  If the contract and your registration are not completed by Oct 30th you will be withdrawn from your class. If you have any concerns please discuss with your teacher.
  • Students, if you were not here for underclassmen picture day, please make your way to the black box TOMORROW to have your picture taken during lunch or study hall. Please do not go during one of your classes. Again, picture retakes are this Friday in the Black Box, all day.
  • Science National Honor Society and Science Club will having a meeting TODAY after school in C529. Light refreshments will be served.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY in room D268. New members welcome!
  • Are you interested in pursuing a career in business? Join DECA!  To learn more, come to C340 TODAY, right after school. Refreshments will be served.
  • All those interested in trying out for the JV cheerleading team, there will be a meeting this afternoon, at 2:15 in room E255.
  • All those interested in wrestling, there will be a meeting Today at 2:15 in the New gym.
  • Boys Basketball Meeting TOMORROW in G290 from 2:20 to 2:40.  Anyone interested in playing must attend. If you can not make it, see Coach Bock.
  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by TODAY, October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.
  • Do you want to work on your leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. The club meets this afternoon from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279. All are welcome.

WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 17, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Greenwich – 4:30
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Trinity Catholic – V 4:00 JV 5:30

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/18/18 Thursday Meredith College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Naugatuck Valley CC Block 3 @ 11:00

 General Announcements:

  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, October 18, 2018, interviews start at 11:00.
  • Students, if you were not here for underclassmen picture day, please make your way to the black box on Friday to have your picture taken during lunch or study hall. Please do not go during one of your classes. Again, picture retakes are this Friday in the Black Box, all day.
  • Science National Honor Society and Science Club will having a meeting this Thursday October 18th after school in C529. Light refreshments will be served.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday, 10/18 in room D268. New members welcome!
  • Are you interested in pursuing a career in business? Join DECA!  To learn more, come to C340 on Thursday, Oct 18th, right after school. Refreshments will be served.
  • All those interested in trying out for the JV cheerleading team, there will be a meeting Thursday, October 18, at 2:15 in room E255.
  • All those interested in wrestling, there will be a meeting Thursday, October 18, at 2:15 in the New gym.
  • Boys Basketball Meeting Friday in G290 from 2:20 to 2:40.  Anyone interested in playing must attend. If you can not make it, see Coach Bock.
  • The Diamond Club will have a meeting Today, Oct 17th at 6:30pm in E251. All are welcome.
  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by TOMORROW, October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.
  • Do you want to work on your leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. The club meets every Thursday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279. All are welcome.

TUESDAY,  OCTOBER 16, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • FR Field Hockey HOME vs. Westhill – 4:00
  • Girls Soccer HOME vs. Greenwich – JV 4:00 V 6:00
  • Field Hockey AWAY @ Westhill – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Girls Soccer AWAY @ Greenwich – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/16/18 Tuesday Lafayette College Block 3  @ 10:30
  • 10/16/18 Tuesday Ohio Wesleyan University Block 4 @12:24
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Meredith College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Naugatuck Valley CC Block 3 @ 11:00

General Announcements:

  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, October 18, 2018, interviews start at 11:00.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday, 10/18 in room D268. New members welcome!
  • Are you interested in pursuing a career in business? Join DECA!  To learn more, come to C340 on Thursday, Oct 18th, right after school. Refreshments will be served.
  • All those interested in trying out for the JV cheerleading team-there will be a meeting Thursday, October 18, at 2:15 in room E255.
  • All those interested in wrestling-there will be a meeting Thursday, October 18, at 2:15 in the New gym.
  • The Girls Basketball meeting today will be at 1:15 in the downstairs girls locker room, not at 2:15.
  • Boys Basketball Meeting Friday in G290 from 2:20 to 2:40.  Anyone interested in playing must attend. If you can not make it, see Coach Bock.
  • The Diamond Club will have a meeting Tomorrow, Oct 17th at 6:30pm in E251. All are welcome.
  • The League of Women Voters will be here Today, October 16, from 11-1:15 in the cafeteria to register students to vote. Students who are US citizens and will be age 18 by November 6 are eligible to vote in these important mid term elections. You will need to have either your drivers license number or the last 4 digits of your social security number in order to register.

 

MONDAY,  OCTOBER 15, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V & JV Boys Soccer HOME vs. Wilton – 4:30
  • FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Kennedy Catholic-Somers – 4:30
  • FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ Wilton – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Bridgeport Central – JV 4:00 V 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • All those interested in trying out for the JV cheerleading team-there will be a meeting this Thursday, October 18, at 2:15 in room E255
  • All those interested in wrestling-there will be a meeting this Thursday, October 18, at 2:15 in the New gym.

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/16/18 Tuesday Lafayette College Block 3  @ 10:30
  • 10/16/18 Tuesday Ohio Wesleyan University Block 4 @12:24
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Meredith College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Naugatuck Valley CC Block 3 @ 11:00

General Announcements:

  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, October 18, 2018, interviews start at 11:00.
  • The University of New Haven On-Site Decision day is Tuesday, November 13th and the University of Hartford On-Site Decision day is Thursday, November 15th, come to the Career Center and SIGN-UP for an appointment.
  • Western Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day on Thursday, December  13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. If you are interested in attending the Western Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • Congratulations to our own Lindsey Bieber for winning third place in the Richter Arts Annual Juried Show! Check out all the artwork this week and support the Richter House and the arts! See Mrs. Noone for more details.
  • Attention chess players. The first meeting of the DHS Chess team is TODAY after school in C540. If you have an interest in learning to improve your thinking and would like to learn to beat your friends at chess, come see Mr. Parker and Dr. Reese after school monday in C540.
  • Are you interested in pursuing a career in business? Join DECA!  To learn more, come to C340 on Thursday, Oct 18th, right after school. Refreshments will be served.
  • The Diamond Club will have a meeting on Wednesday, Oct 17th at 6:30pm in E251. All are welcome.
  • The class advisors would like to thank all the staff for their help and support at both seniorfest and the senior portrait. We had 367 students at seniorfest and 628 show up for the senior portrait. It takes a lot of coordination and help to make those events happen, and we could not have done it without you.
  • To the class of 2019, thank you for being so wonderful. We are so thankful for your appreciation of seniorfest, and even more so for your maturity on senior portrait day. The cafe was humid and busy, yet you were all mature and congenial in your dispositions. It is an honor to be your advisers. Thank you to all, again, and we look forward to seeing you at the next event!
  • The League of Women Voters will be here on Tuesday, October 16, from 11-1:15 in the cafeteria to register students to vote. Students who are US citizens and will be age 18 by November 6 are eligible to vote in these important mid term elections. You will need to have either your drivers license number or the last 4 digits of your social security number in order to register.
  • AP Spanish Independent Study Program for ESL Students
  • (Spanish Translation): Los estudiantes de ESL que quieren ir a la universidad y que están interesados en tomar el examen de Colocación Avanzada de Español como estudio independiente deben registrarse el Lunes con sus maestros de Flex para asistir a una sesión de orientación obligatoria el Jueves 18 de Octubre o el Jueves 25 de Octubre durante FLEX en la sala D371. Para más información, contacte con Ms. Bilbao.
  • (English Translation): ESL students who want to go to college and who are interested in taking the Advanced Placement Spanish exam as an independent study must register on Monday with their Flex teachers to attend a mandatory orientation session on either Thursday, October 18 or Thursday, October 25 during FLEX in room D371. For more information, please contact Ms. Bilbao.

FRIDAY,  OCTOBER 12, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V Boys Soccer HOME vs. Trinity Catholic – 4:00
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Norwalk – V4:00 JV 5:30
  • FR Field Hockey AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Kennedy Catholic-Somers – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:45

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Field Hockey HOME vs. New Canaan – JV 1:30 V 3:00
  • FR Girls Soccer HOME vs. Wilton – 11:00
  • V & JV Girls Soccer AWAY @ Wilton – 9:00 – bus leaves at 7:30

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/12/18 Friday The University of Scranton Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/12/18 Friday St. Lawrence University Block 3 @12:41
  • 10/15/18   Monday Hampden-Sydney College Block 1 @ 8:45
  • 10/15/18 Monday University of Saint Joseph Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/16/18 Tuesday Lafayette College Block 3  @ 10:30
  • 10/16/18 Tuesday Ohio Wesleyan University Block 4 @12:24
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Meredith College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/18/18 Thursday Naugatuck Valley CC Block 3 @ 11:00
  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, October 18, 2018, interviews start at 11:00.
  • Western Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day on Thursday, December  13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. If you are interested in attending the Western Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • The University of New Haven On-Site Decision day is Tuesday, November 13th and the University of Hartford On-Site Decision day is Thursday, November 15th, come to the Career Center and SIGN-UP for an appointment.
  • Do you have an interest in the fashion industry? Come join the Fashion Club in A211 TODAY after school until 3pm! All are welcome.
  • Attention chess players. The first meeting of the DHS Chess team is this Monday after school in C540. If you have an interest in learning to improve your thinking and would like to learn to beat your friends at chess, come see Mr. Parker and Dr. Reese after school monday in C540.
  • Are you interested in pursuing a career in business? Join DECA!  To learn more, come to C340 on Thursday, Oct 18th, right after school. Refreshments will be served.\
  • The Leo Club will be meeting today after school. Come find out about volunteering, leadership and building lasting friendships and connections. Meeting will be held in C337\
  • The Diamond Club will have a meeting on Wednesday, Oct 17th at 6:30pm in E251. All are welcome.
  • Did you know that: Cesar Chavez worked tirelessly and without fear for farmworker rights and earned bipartisan honors, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Bill Clinton and induction into the California Hall of Fame by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  • This Monday, October 15th, students will celebrate the end of Spanish Heritage month by wearing the colors of their hispanic countries of origin. Flags and bandanas are not allowed.
  • ¿Sabías que…? César Chávez trabajó incansablemente por los derechos de los trabajadores agrícolas. Obtuvo honores bipartidistas, incluida la Medalla Presidencial de la Libertad bajo el gobierno del Presidente Bill Clinton y la incorporación al Salón de la Fama de California por el Gobernador Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  • Se celebrará la culminación del mes de la hispanidad este lunes 15 de octubre. Los estudiantes pueden vestir los colores de las banderas de los países de herencia hispana. No se permitirán banderas ni pañuelos.

THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 11, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • V Girls Soccer AWAY @ Trinity Catholic – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Pennsylvania State Univ Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   College of Mount St Vincent Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/12/18 Friday Springfield College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/12/18 Friday The University of Scranton Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/12/18 Friday St. Lawrence University Block 3 @12:41

General Announcements:

  • Come to the Career Center to sign up for an appointment with Naugatuck Valley Community College On-Site Decision Day, October 18, 2018, interviews start at 11:00.
  • Western Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day on Thursday, December  13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. If you are interested in attending the Western Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • The University of New Haven On-Site Decision day is Tuesday, November 13th and the University of Hartford On-Site Decision day is Thursday, November 15th, come to the Career Center and SIGN-UP for an appointment.
  • Do you want to work on your leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. The club meets TODAY from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279. All are welcome.
  • The National Math Honor Society will have its first meeting on TODAY after school in D167. Anyone who is interested in joining and new members, please attend!
  • Do you have an interest in the fashion industry? Come join the Fashion Club in A211 this Friday after school until 3pm! All are welcome.
  • The after school tutoring center will be held in the Library Learning Commons today from 2-4pm.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY in D268. New members welcome!
  • The Geography team is looking for students to build a team to compete in a state wide competition against several other high schools.  The competition includes map reading activities, problem solving, Jeopardy style questions, and a compass based scavenger hunt around the college campus.  Competition is in late May and will be an all day field trip to Central Connecticut State University. If interested please join us in D377 after school today or see Mrs. Riter or Mr. Machado for details.  Thank you.
  • GSA will be meeting Thursday for a full meeting. Room D277. Please come to work. All are welcome.
  • Did you know that: -The Hispanic population of the United States as of July 1, 2017 was 58.9 million, making people of Hispanic origin the nation’s largest ethnic or racial minority. -Born in California, Ellen Ochoa was the first Hispanic woman to go to space when she served on a nine-day mission aboard the shuttle Discovery in 1993.
  • ¿Sabías que… A partir del 1 de julio de 2017 la población hispana de los Estados Unidos conforma la minoría étnica más grande del país. Los hispanos constituyen el 18,1 por ciento de la población total de la nación. Somos 58.9 millones. Ellen Ochoa, nacida en California, fue la primera mujer hispana en ir al espacio en una misión de nueve días a bordo del transbordador Discovery en 1993.

WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 10, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Stamford – 4:00
  • Boys Soccer AWAY @ Bridgeport Central  JV 4:00 V 6:00 – buses leave at 2:15 and 4:15
  • Field Hockey AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Stamford – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/11/18 Thursday    Worcester Polytechnic Institute  Block 1 @ 7:20
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Dickinson College Block 1 @ 8:00
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Bryant University Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/11/18 Thursday    Mitchell College Block 2 @ 9:30
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Pennsylvania State Univ Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   College of Mount St Vincent Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/12/18 Friday Springfield College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/12/18 Friday The University of Scranton Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/12/18 Friday St. Lawrence University Block 3 @12:41

General Announcements:

  • Western Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day on Thursday, December  13, 2018 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm. If you are interested in attending the Western Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • The University of New Haven On-Site Decision day is Tuesday, November 13th and the University of Hartford On-Site Decision day is Thursday, November 15th, come to the Career Center and SIGN-UP for an appointment.
  • Do you want to work on your leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. The club meets every Thursday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279. All are welcome.
  • The Black Lives Matter club will be meeting  after school today in room D371A. New and returning members are welcome!
  • The National Math Honor Society will have its first meeting on Thursday Oct 11th after school in D167. Anyone who is interested in joining and new members, please attend!
  • Do you have an interest in the fashion industry? Come join the Fashion Club in A211 this Friday after school until 3pm! All are welcome.
  • Did you know?……Born in California, Ellen Ochoa was the first Hispanic woman to go to space when she served on a nine-day mission aboard the shuttle Discovery in 1993.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school in D268 on Thursday, 10/11. New members welcome!
  • The Geography team is looking for students to build a team to compete in a state wide competition against several other high schools.  The competition includes map reading activities, problem solving, Jeopardy style questions, and a compass based scavenger hunt around the college campus.  Competition is in late May and will be an all day field trip to Central Connecticut State University. If interested please join us in D377 on October 11th or see Mrs. Riter or Mr. Machado for details.  Thank you.

TUESDAY,  OCTOBER 9, 2018

Athletic Events Today:

  • Boys & Girls Cross Country HOME @ Tarrywile Park vs. Brien McMahon, Westhill and Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15
  • Field Hockey HOME vs. Brien McMahon – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • Girls Swimming AWAY @ Wilton – 3:40 – bus leaves at 1:45

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/9/18    Tuesday Grinnell College   Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/9/18 Tuesday Stonehill College Block 4 @ 1:14
  • 10/10/18 Wednesday    University of Oregon Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/11/18 Thursday    Worcester Polytechnic Institute  Block 1 @ 7:20
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Dickinson College Block 1 @ 8:00
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Bryant University Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/11/18 Thursday    Mitchell College Block 2 @ 9:30
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Pennsylvania State Univ Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   College of Mount St Vincent Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/12/18 Friday Springfield College Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/12/18 Friday The University of Scranton Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/12/18 Friday St. Lawrence University Block 3 @12:41

General Announcements

  • Seniors, please report to the stadium TOMORROW  morning at 9:30. Please be prompt, the picture will not wait for you. Again, seniors, please report to the stadium no later than 9:30 on Wednesday.
  • Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 10th we will be conducting the PSAT 8/9 and the PSAT NMSQ for grades 9-11 students. This test is for ALL students in grades 9-11 regardless of how many years you have spent at DHS. Testing will begin promptly at 7:20 a.m. Testing assignments are done by alphabet and grade level and can be found outside the Level offices, and also in G2 and G3. Please make sure to get to school on time as students will not be allowed to enter testing once testing has began.
  • The DHS field hockey team will be be sponsoring their “Play For The Cure” game Today, October 9th, at 4:00 pm in the DHS stadium – there will be a bake sale, a 50/50 raffle as well as various give-away’s to Bagelman.  Please plan on attending and help us raise funds. Hope to see you there!
  • Do you want to work on your leadership skills? Are you interested in helping the immigrant community? Join the Voices of Freedom Club. The club meets every Thursday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm in Mrs. Hankin-Williams room D279. All are welcome.
  • The Black Lives Matter club will be meeting  after school tomorrow in room D371A. New and returning members are welcome!
  • “Do you know what Hispanic Heritage Month is? Hispanic Heritage Month is a national effort to pay tribute to Hispanic  Americans who have contributed to and enriched the United States. Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from hispanic backgrounds/countries.
  • Spanish Translation: ¿Sabes qué es el Mes de la Herencia Hispana? El mes de la herencia hispana es una celebración donde se rinde homenaje a los hispanoamericanos que han contribuido y enriquecido a los Estados Unidos. Entre el 15 de septiembre y el 15 de octubre se celebra la historia, la cultura y las contribuciones de los ciudadanos estadounidenses cuyos antepasados provienen de países hispanos.

THURSDAY,  OCTOBER 4, 2018

Athletic events today:

  • Field Hockey HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • FR Boys Soccer HOME vs. Stamford – 4:00
  • FR Football AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:00
  • V and JV Boys Soccer AWAY @ Stamford – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Field Hockey AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/4/18 Thursday     Post University Block 3 @ 11:30
  • 10/9/18    Tuesday Grinnell College   Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/9/18 Tuesday Stonehill College Block 4 @ 1:14
  • 10/10/18 Wednesday    University of Oregon Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/11/18 Thursday    Worcester Polytechnic Institute      Block 1 @ 7:20
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Dickinson College Block 1 @ 8:00
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Bryant University Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/11/18 Thursday    Mitchell College Block 2 @ 9:30
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   Pennsylvania State University Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/11/18 Thursday   College of Mount Saint Vincent Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/12/18 Friday Springfield College   Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/12/18 Friday The University of Scranton  Block 3 @ 11:04
  • 10/12/18 Friday St. Lawrence University Block 3 @12:41

General Announcements:

  • The after school tutoring center is open this afternoon. Students can come to the LLC after school for tutoring by certified teachers. Students must report by 2:15pm. A late bus will be provided at 4pm to the elementary school closest to your home. https://mail.google.com/mail/ca/u/0/#inbox/16639ca271ac79f9?projector=1&messagePartId=0.1
  • Class of 2019, your officers welcome you to join in on the fun and activities at Senior Fest this Friday after school. Be there to show your support, sumo wrestle, and ride a mechanical bull.
  • The last day to sign up for the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization’s field trip to Lake Compounce is tomorrow, October 5th, 2018.  The event will take place next Friday, Oct. 12th – please meet in the lobby area at 3:15 p.m. – be sure to dress warm and bring extra money for dinner in the park.
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school TODAY in D268. New members welcome!
  • The DHS field hockey team will be be sponsoring their “Play For The Cure” game next Tuesday, October 9th, at 4:00 pm in the DHS stadium – there will be a bake sale, a 50/50 raffle as well as various give-away’s to Bagelman.  Please plan on attending and help us raise funds. Hope to see you there!
  • Are you looking for volunteer opportunities in the community? Are you looking to create lasting friendships? If so, join the Leo Club. Our first meeting will be held after school on Friday, Oct 5th in C337. If you have any questions see Ms. Stence.
  • Any student wishing to apply for membership to the National Social Studies Honors Society can do so by this Friday.  Underclassmen are welcome to participate as Junior Historians! Upperclassmen are eligible for induction and membership with 2 years of completed history courses and a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Application forms are in the Department Head office, they can also be found on our club’s google classroom. Application forms and $15 are due by Friday 10/5. Those of you who signed up for the club meeting on Friday during Flex, we will be selecting our date for induction.
  • The National  Hispanic College Fair, Inc will host a college fair at the University of Bridgeport on November 7th from 9:00 am until 12:30pm. There will be over fifty colleges and universities in attendance. Any junior or senior students interested in attending, please see Ms. Rodriguez in the level 4 office to pick up a field trip form.
  • NHS will be holding a fundraiser for Save the Children, Hurricane Maria Children’s Relief Fund. Please come out and support the children on November 3rd from 5-7pm at Danbury Duck Pin Lanes. With your donation of $12, you get 2 games, shoe rental, 2 slices of pizza, and a water. To sign up, bring an envelope with your name, number of guests, and money to Ms. Mesanovic’s room, C437, or you can sign up during Lunch Wave 2 the first week in October. Spaces are limited, so sign up quickly.

SAT tutoring dates:  

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2018

Athletic events today:

  • Girls Swimming HOME @ WCSU vs. Ridgefield  4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Brien McMahon – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • V and JV Girls Soccer AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 10/4/18 Thursday Post University Block 3 @ 11:30

General Announcements:

  • The after school tutoring center opens this afternoon. Students can come to the LLC after school for tutoring by certified teachers. Students must report by 2:15pm. A late bus will be provided at 4pm to the elementary school closest to your home.
  • https://mail.google.com/mail/ca/u/0/#inbox/16639ca271ac79f9?projector=1&messagePartId=0.1
  • Seniors! Seniors! Seniors! Senior fest is this Friday from 2pm – 4pm in the Courtyard. There’ll be an obstacle course, cotton candy, and…we have sumo suits!! You’ll look like Kanye & Lil Pump, but 1000% times cooler. See you Friday in the Courtyard, seniors! It’s free if you paid your dues, $5 if you haven’t.
  • Attention students and faculty- The club fair will now be held on October 26th during all lunch waves. This will be your opportunity to learn about all of the clubs and organizations here at DHS.
  • Come join the Key Club! Members can participate in our annual pumpkinfest, TOP soccer events and more. Come see how you can make a difference in the community. Our meetings will be after school on Wednesdays beginning today, Oct 3rd, in D167. All are welcome!
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday, 10/4 in D268. New members welcome!
  • Any student wishing to apply for membership to the National Social Studies Honors Society can do so by this Friday.  Underclassmen are welcome to participate as Junior Historians! Upperclassmen are eligible for induction and membership with 2 years of completed history courses and a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Application forms are in the Department Head office, they can also be found on our club’s google classroom. Application forms and $15 are due by Friday 10/5. Those of you who signed up for the club meeting on Friday during Flex, we will be selecting our date for induction.
  • The National  Hispanic College Fair, Inc will host a college fair at the University of Bridgeport on November 7th from 9:00 am until 12:30pm. There will be over fifty colleges and universities in attendance. Any junior or senior students interested in attending, please see Ms. Rodriguez in the level 4 office to pick up a field trip form.
  • NHS will be holding a fundraiser for Save the Children, Hurricane Maria Children’s Relief Fund. Please come out and support the children on November 3rd from 5-7pm at Danbury Duck Pin Lanes. With your donation of $12, you get 2 games, shoe rental, 2 slices of pizza, and a water. To sign up, bring an envelope with your name, number of guests, and money to Ms. Mesanovic’s room, C437, or you can sign up during Lunch Wave 2 the first week in October. Spaces are limited, so sign up quickly.
  • Applications to run for Freshman Executive Council are available in the D4 or main office . If you would like to run for a position as Freshman class President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer your application must be submitted to Ms. Calafiore in C340 or the BOG mailbox in C3 by October 18th. No late applications will be accepted.
  • See the following link for free SAT prep available starting Oct 17th during tutoring center after school hours.
  • SAT tutoring dates:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-SYRgH4429pyor88mZKST8-F_fEOqfMWRX3X0yqVXms/edit

TUESDAY,  OCTOBER 2, 2018

Athletic events today:

  • FR Field Hockey HOME vs. Greenwich – 4:00
  • V and JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Stamford – 4:00
  • Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ Greenwich – 4:00 – buses leave at 1:20
  • Field Hockey AWAY @ Greenwich – V 4:30 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:45

College Visits to the Career Center:

  • 10/2/18 Tuesday Southern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/3/18 Wednesday Northeastern University Block 1 @ 7:20
  • 10/3/18 Wednesday University of Connecticut Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/4/18 Thursday Post University Block 3 @ 11:30

General Announcements:

  • Seniors! Seniors! Seniors! Senior fest is this Friday from 2pm – 4pm in the Courtyard. There’ll be an obstacle course, cotton candy, and…we have sumo suits!! You’ll look like Kanye & Lil Pump, but 1000% times cooler. See you Friday in the Courtyard, seniors! It’s free if you paid your dues, $5 if you haven’t.
  • Attention students and faculty- The club fair will now be held on October 26th during all lunch waves. This will be your opportunity to learn about all of the clubs and organizations here at DHS.
  • If you are interested in playing on the Girls Ice Hockey team, please see Mr. Salvestrini in the Athletic office, E257, by this Friday.
  • Students who want to complete class work in the library during FLEX must be scheduled in one of three library flex courses. Those courses are Silent Study, Group Project work, or Library Skills.
  • Attention Seniors! It is time to nominate your friends for superlatives! Please check your school email for the link to a google form and the directions to nominate. Nominations will close TODAY, 10/2 at 2pm.
  • Come join the Key Club! Members can participate in our annual pumpkinfest, TOP soccer events and more. Come see how you can make a difference in the community. Our meetings will be after school on Wednesdays beginning tomorrow, Oct 3rd, in D167. All are welcome!
  • The Young Republicans will meet after school on Thursday, 10/4 in D268. New members welcome!
  • The National  Hispanic College Fair, Inc will host a college fair at the University of Bridgeport on November 7th from 9:00 am until 12:30pm. There will be over fifty colleges and universities in attendance. Any junior or senior students interested in attending, please see Ms. Rodriguez in the level 4 office to pick up a field trip form.
  • NHS will be holding a fundraiser for Save the Children, Hurricane Maria Children’s Relief Fund. Please come out and support the children on November 3rd from 5-7pm at Danbury Duck Pin Lanes. With your donation of $12, you get 2 games, shoe rental, 2 slices of pizza, and a water. To sign up, bring an envelope with your name, number of guests, and money to Ms. Mesanovic’s room, C437, or you can sign up during Lunch Wave 2 the first week in October. Spaces are limited, so sign up quickly.
  • Applications to run for Freshman Executive Council are available in the D4 or main office . If you would like to run for a position as Freshman class President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer your application must be submitted to Ms. Calafiore in C340 or the BOG mailbox in C3 by October 18th. No late applications will be accepted.

MONDAY,  OCTOBER 1, 2018

Athletic events today:

  • JV Football HOME vs. Capital Prep/Achievement – 5:00
  • FR Boys Soccer HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – 4:00
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. St. Joseph – V 4:30 JV 6:00
  • V and JV Boys Soccer AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Girls Volleyball AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • If you are interested in playing on the Girls Ice Hockey team, please see Mr. Salvestrini in the Athletic office, E257, by this Friday.

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 10/1/18  Monday High Point University    Block 3 @ 11.:15
  • 10/1/18 Monday     Lasell College               Block 3 @ 12:09
  • 10/2/18 Tuesday     Southern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/3/18 Wednesday Northeastern University Block 1 @ 7:20
  • 10/3/18 Wednesday University of Connecticut Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/4/18 Thursday     Post University Block 3 @ 11:30

General Announcements

  • The University of Hartford will be hosting an on site decision day on November 15, 2018 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending the University of Hartford, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.
  • Students who want to complete class work in the library during FLEX must be scheduled in one of three library flex courses. Those courses are Silent Study, Group Project work, or Library Skills.
  • Attention Seniors! It is time to nominate your friends for superlatives! Please check your school email for the link to a google form and the directions to nominate. Nominations will close Tuesday, 10/2 at 2pm.
  • The DHS School Counseling Department will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on Monday, October 1st at 6:00pm in the DHS Auditorium. Please attend to hear in-depth information regarding the college financial aid process. Please see your School Counselor with any questions.
  • The National  Hispanic College Fair, Inc will host a college fair at the University of Bridgeport on November 7th from 9:00 am until 12:30pm. There will be over fifty colleges and universities in attendance. Any junior or senior students interested in attending, please see Ms. Rodriguez in the level 4 office to pick up a field trip form.
  • NHS will be holding a fundraiser for Save the Children, Hurricane Maria Children’s Relief Fund. Please come out and support the children on November 3rd from 5-7pm at Danbury Duck Pin Lanes. With your donation of $12, you get 2 games, shoe rental, 2 slices of pizza, and a water. To sign up, bring an envelope with your name, number of guests, and money to Ms. Mesanovic’s room, C437, or you can sign up during Lunch Wave 2 the first week in October. Spaces are limited, so sign up quickly.

FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 28, 2018

Athletic events today:

  • V Football HOME vs. Capital Prep/Achievement – 7:00
  • V and JV Boys Soccer HOME vs. Brien McMahon – 3:45
  • FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Darien – 4:00
  • FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ Brien McMahon – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Darien – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic Events for Saturday:

  • Field Hockey HOME vs. Darien – JV 9:30 V 11:00
  • V and JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Fairfield Warde – 1:30
  • FR Field Hockey AWAY @ Darien – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Girls Soccer AWAY @ Fairfield Warde – 10:00 – bus leaves at 8:15

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 9/28/18 Friday Eastern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 9:28
  • 9/28/18 Friday University of Vermont Block 4 @ 10:58
  • 10/1/18    Monday     High Point University    Block 3 @ 11.:15
  • 10/1/18 Monday     Lasell College               Block 3 @ 12:09
  • 10/2/18 Tuesday     Southern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 11:36
  • 10/3/18 Wednesday Northeastern University Block 1 @ 7:20
  • 10/3/18 Wednesday University of Connecticut Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 10/4/18 Thursday     Post University Block 3 @ 11:30

General Announcements: 

  • The boys cross country team is currently ranked 4th in the Sound Runner CT State Poll.
  • Students who want to complete class work in the library during FLEX must be scheduled in one of three library flex courses. Those courses are Silent Study, Group Project work, or Library Skills.
  • This year’s “Into the Woods” Homecoming dance will be TOMORROW, Sat, Sept 29th from 7-11 in the cafeteria! Tickets are $17 and include ice cream, popcorn,soft pretzel food truck, photo booth, and great music! Tickets are on sale in the cafe during all lunch waves.
  • Halloween is right around the corner!  Come experience the Lake Compounce Haunted Graveyard on Friday, Oct. 12th in Bristol, CT sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The bus will leave from the front lobby area at 3:30 p.m. and return by 11:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is $ 40.00 and it includes bus transportation, unlimited rides and admission to the haunted graveyard. Seats fill up quickly, stop into Room C339 to pick up a permission slip today.
  • Hatters Football Spirit Wear will be on sale tonight at the football game. Hoodies $40, long sleeve shirts $20 and short sleeve t-shirts $15. Come to the homecoming game at 7pm  and be part of The Revival! Go Hatters!
  • The DHS School Counseling Department will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on Monday, October 1st at 6:00pm in the DHS Auditorium. Please attend to hear in-depth information regarding the college financial aid process. Please see your School Counselor with any questions.
  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.org.
  • Ally Week  September 24- 28, 2018
  • What is an ally? An ally is a person who takes demonstrable action supporting members of a group with which they do not identify. GLSEN’s Ally Week focuses on allyship for LGBT youth, who face disproportionate bullying, harassment and discrimination in K-12 schools.  Be an upstander not a bystander. Thank you DHS! GSA

THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER 27, 2018

Athletic events today:

  • Boys & Girls Cross Country HOME @ Tarrywile Park vs. New Canaan, Norwalk and Stamford – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15
  • FR Football AWAY @ Brookfield – 3:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center

  • 9/28/18 Friday Sage College of Albany Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 9/28/18 Friday Eastern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 9:28
  • 9/28/18 Friday University of Vermont Block 4 @ 10:58

General Announcements:

  • There will be an information meeting today  at 6:00 pm in room D276 for any student interested in traveling to Panama this summer.
  • This year’s “Into the Woods” Homecoming dance will be Sat, Sept 29th from 7-11 in the cafeteria! Tickets are $17 and include ice cream, popcorn,soft pretzel food truck, photo booth, and great music! Tickets are on sale in the cafe during all lunch waves.
  • It is almost AUDITION TIME! For all those interested in auditioning for Danbury High School Production’s spring musical, Godspell, there will be an informational meeting during FLEX on Wednesday October 3rd.  Please sign up with Mr. Burnett for Flex that day OR come directly after school to get the information you will need. Auditions will take place on Thursday October 18th. Please stop by A304 for more information.  Godspell is a fun, high energy show about building community.
  • Halloween is right around the corner!  Come experience the Lake Compounce Haunted Graveyard on Friday, Oct. 12th in Bristol, CT sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The bus will leave from the front lobby area at 3:30 p.m. and return by 11:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is $ 40.00 and it includes bus transportation, unlimited rides and admission to the haunted graveyard. Seats fill up quickly, stop into Room C339 to pick up a permission slip today.
  • Hatters Football Spirit Wear will be on sale tomorrow night at the football game. Hoodies $40, long sleeve shirts $20 and short sleeve t-shirts $15. Come to the homecoming game at 7pm  and be part of The Revival! Go Hatters!
  • The DHS School Counseling Department will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on October 1st at 6:00pm in the DHS Auditorium. Please attend to hear in-depth information regarding the college financial aid process. Please see your School Counselor with any questions.
  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.org.
  • Ally Week  September 24- 28, 2018
  • What is an ally? An ally is a person who takes demonstrable action supporting members of a group with which they do not identify. GLSEN’s Ally Week focuses on allyship for LGBT youth, who face disproportionate bullying, harassment and discrimination in K-12 schools.  Be an upstander not a bystander. Thank you DHS! GSA
  • The Latino Club has a  meeting today Wednesday,  in room D370 at 2:05 pm. All are welcome!. For more information contact: Mr. Rojas
  • Spanish Translation: Latino Club se estará reuniendo hoy Miércoles, en el aula D370, a las 2:05 p.m. Todos son bienvenidos. Para más  información contactar a Mr. Rojas.
  • The next Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 27th, in Room C339 at 2:10.  We hope to see you there!
  • Tri-M, The international Music Honors Society, will have its first informational meeting today, Sept. 27th in room A303(piano room). Join us to hear information on the exciting music related events that will be taking place this year.

WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 26, 2018

Athletic events today

  • Boys Soccer HOME vs. St. Joseph – JV 4:00 V 5:30
  • Girls Swimming HOME @ WCSU vs. Staples – 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Westhill – 4:00
  • FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ Wright Tech – 3:45 – bus leaves at 2:00
  • Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Westhill – JV 4:00 V 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

College visits to the Career Center

  • 9/26/18 Wednesday University of Southern Maine Block 3 @ 11:00
  • 9/26/18 Wednesday Saint Anselm College Block 3 @ 12:00
  • 9/28/18 Friday Sage College of Albany Block 2 @ 8:49
  • 9/28/18 Friday Eastern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 9:28
  • 9/28/18 Friday University of Vermont Block 4 @ 10:58

General announcements

  • This year’s “Into the Woods” Homecoming dance will be Sat, Sept 29th from 7-11 in the cafeteria! Tickets are $17 and include ice cream, popcorn,soft pretzel food truck, photo booth, and great music! Tickets are on sale in the cafe during all lunch waves.
  • It is almost AUDITION TIME! For all those interested in auditioning for Danbury High School Production’s spring musical, Godspell, there will be an informational meeting during FLEX on Wednesday October 3rd.  Please sign up with Mr. Burnett for Flex that day OR come directly after school to get the information you will need. Auditions will take place on Thursday October 18th. Please stop by A304 for more information.  Godspell is a fun, high energy show about building community.
  • The Black Lives Matter club meeting today is cancelled. The club will meet next Wednesday during flex. Please email Mr. Shafer if you are interested in joining.
  • Halloween is right around the corner!  Come experience the Lake Compounce Haunted Graveyard on Friday, Oct. 12th in Bristol, CT sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The bus will leave from the front lobby area at 3:30 p.m. and return by 11:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is $ 40.00 and it includes bus transportation, unlimited rides and admission to the haunted graveyard. Seats fill up quickly, stop into Room C339 to pick up a permission slip today.
  • Are you interested in writing and poetry? Are you interested in participating in Word Fest this year? If so, Word Warriors – Danbury High School’s poetry club – is holding its first meeting of the year TODAY in D468. All are welcome.
  • There will be a sophomore class executive officers meeting TODAY in C437 at 2:00.  If you want a say in what your class activities are, please attend the meeting.
  • Join the Math Team! There will be a meeting after school TODAY in D168. All are 
  • The DHS School Counseling Department will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on October 1st at 6:00pm in the DHS Auditorium. Please attend to hear in-depth information regarding the college financial aid process. Please see your School Counselor with any questions.
  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord
  • The Key Club invites you to join us at our Endless Summer Party TODAY after school in the cafeteria. All are welcome.

 

  • Ally Week  September 24- 28: What is an ally? An ally is a person who takes demonstrable action supporting members of a group with which they do not identify. GLSEN’s Ally Week focuses on allyship for LGBT youth, who face disproportionate bullying, harassment and discrimination in K-12 schools.  Be an upstander not a bystander. Thank you DHS! GSA
  • The Latino Club has a  meeting today Wednesday,  in room D370 at 2:05 pm. All are welcome!. For more information contact: Mr. Rojas. Spanish Translation: Latino Club se estará reuniendo hoy Miércoles, en el aula D370, a las 2:05 p.m. Todos son bienvenidos. Para más  información contactar a Mr. Rojas.
  • The next Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 27th, in Room C339 at 2:10.  We hope to see you there!
  • There will be an information meeting tomorrow, Thursday 9/27 at 6:00 pm in room D276 for any student interested in traveling to Panama this summer.
  • Tri-M, The international Music Honors Society, will have its first informational meeting tomorrow, Sept. 27th in room A303(piano room). Join us to hear information on the exciting music related events that will be taking place this year.
  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 25, 2018

Athletic events today

Field Hockey HOME vs. St. Joseph – V 4:00 JV 5:30

V Girls Soccer AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

College Visits to the Career Center

9/25/18 Tuesday Quinnipiac University Block 3 @ 11:30

9/25/18 Tuesday Central CT State Univ Block 3 @ 11:54

9/26/18 Wednesday Marywood University Block 2 @ 8:49

9/26/18 Wednesday University of Southern Maine Block 3 @ 11:00

9/26/18 Wednesday Saint Anselm College Block 3 @ 12:00

9/28/18 Friday Sage College of Albany Block 2 @ 8:49

9/28/18 Friday Eastern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 9:28

9/28/18 Friday University of Vermont Block 4 @ 10:58

 

  • This year’s “Into the Woods” Homecoming dance will be Sat, Sept 29th from 7-11 in the cafeteria! Tickets are $17 and include ice cream, popcorn,soft pretzel food truck, photo booth, and great music! Tickets go on sale today in the cafe during all lunch waves.

 

  • It is almost AUDITION TIME! For all those interested in auditioning for Danbury High School Production’s spring musical, Godspell, there will be an informational meeting during FLEX on Wednesday October 3rd.  Please sign up with Mr. Burnett for Flex that day OR come directly after school to get the information you will need. Auditions will take place on Thursday October 18th. Please stop by A304 for more information.  Godspell is a fun, high energy show about building community.

 

  • The Black Lives Matter club will be meeting on Wednesday, September 26th after school in room D371A. New and returning students are welcome to join.

 

  • Halloween is right around the corner!  Come experience the Lake Compounce Haunted Graveyard on Friday, Oct. 12th in Bristol, CT sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The bus will leave from the front lobby area at 3:30 p.m. and return by 11:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is $ 40.00 and it includes bus transportation, unlimited rides and admission to the haunted graveyard. Seats fill up quickly, stop into Room C339 to pick up a permission slip today.

 

  • Are you interested in writing and poetry? Are you interested in participating in Word Fest this year? If so, Word Warriors – Danbury High School’s poetry club – is holding its first meeting of the year this Wednesday, September 26th in D468. All are welcome.

 

  • There will be a sophomore class executive officers meeting on 9/26 in C437 at 2:00.  If you want a say in what your class activities are, please attend the meeting.

 

  • Join the Math Team! There will be a meeting after school on Wednesday, September 26th in D168. All are welcome!

 

  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord

 

  • The Key Club invites you to join us at our Endless Summer Party on Wednesday Sept 26th afterschool in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

 

 

  • Ally Week  September 24- 28, 2018

 

What is an ally? An ally is a person who takes demonstrable action supporting members of a group with which they do not identify. GLSEN’s Ally Week focuses on allyship for LGBT youth, who face disproportionate bullying, harassment and discrimination in K-12 schools.  Be an upstander not a bystander. Thank you DHS! GSA

 

  • The next Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) meeting is this Thursday, Sept. 27th, in Room C339 at 2:10.  We hope to see you there!

 

  • There will be an information meeting Thursday at 6:00 pm in room D276 for any student interested in traveling to Panama this summer.

 

  • Tri-M, The international Music Honors Society, will have its first informational meeting this Thursday, Sept. 27th in room A303(piano room). Join us to hear information on the exciting music related events that will be taking place this year.

 

  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 24, 2018

 

Athletic events today:

JV Football HOME vs. Westhill – 4:00

FR Boys Soccer HOME vs. Darien – 4:00

Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Ridgefield – V 4:00 JV 5:30

FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Ridgefield – 4:00

Boys Soccer AWAY @ Darien – V 4:00 JV 4:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

College Visits to the Career Center

9/25/18    Tuesday Pace University         Block 2 @ 8:49     

9/25/18 Tuesday Quinnipiac University Block 3 @ 11:30

9/25/18 Tuesday Central CT State Univ Block 3 @ 11:54

9/26/18 Wednesday Marywood University Block 2 @ 8:49

9/26/18 Wednesday University of Southern Maine Block 3 @ 11:00

9/26/18 Wednesday Saint Anselm College Block 3 @ 12:00

9/28/18 Friday Sage College of Albany Block 2 @ 8:49

9/28/18 Friday Eastern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 9:28

9/28/18 Friday University of Vermont Block 4 @ 10:58

 

  • This year’s “Into the Woods” Homecoming dance will be Sat, Sept 29th from 7-11 in the cafeteria! Tickets are $17 and include ice cream, popcorn,soft pretzel food truck, photo booth, and great music! Tickets go on sale today in the cafe during all lunch waves.

 

  • It is almost AUDITION TIME! For all those interested in auditioning for Danbury High School Production’s spring musical, Godspell, there will be an informational meeting during FLEX on Wednesday October 3rd.  Please sign up with Mr. Burnett for Flex that day OR come directly after school to get the information you will need. Auditions will take place on Thursday October 18th. Please stop by A304 for more information.  Godspell is a fun, high energy show about building community.

 

  • The Black Lives Matter club will be meeting on Wednesday, September 26th after school in room D371A. New and returning students are welcome to join.

 

  • Halloween is right around the corner!  Come experience the Lake Compounce Haunted Graveyard on Friday, Oct. 12th in Bristol, CT sponsored by the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The bus will leave from the front lobby area at 3:30 p.m. and return by 11:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is $ 40.00 and it includes bus transportation, unlimited rides and admission to the haunted graveyard. Seats fill up quickly, stop into Room C339 to pick up a permission slip today.

 

  • Are you interested in writing and poetry? Are you interested in participating in Word Fest this year? If so, Word Warriors – Danbury High School’s poetry club – is holding its first meeting of the year this Wednesday, September 26th in D468. All are welcome.

 

  • There will be a sophomore class executive officers meeting on 9/26 in C437 at 2;00.  If you want a say in what your class activities, please attend the meeting.

 

  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord

 

  • The HOSA, Future Health Professionals informational meeting is RESCHEDULED for Monday, 9/24 @ 2pm in B220.  Please see Mrs. Tong for further information.

 

  • The Key Club invites you to join us at our Endless Summer Party on Wednesday Sept 26th afterschool in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

 

 

  • Ally Week  September 24- 28, 2018

 

What is an ally? An ally is a person who takes demonstrable action supporting members of a group with which they do not identify. GLSEN’s Ally Week focuses on allyship for LGBT youth, who face disproportionate bullying, harassment and discrimination in K-12 schools.  Be an upstander not a bystander. Thank you DHS! GSA

  • The next Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) meeting is this Thursday, Sept. 27th, in Room C339 at 2:10.  We hope to see you there!

 

  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

 

Athletic events today:

FR Boys Soccer HOME vs. Westhill – 4:00

Girls Volleyball HOME vs. New Canaan – V 4:00 JV 5:30

V & JV Boys Soccer AWAY @ Westhill – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Girls Swimming AWAY @ New Canaan – 3:00 – bus leaves at 1:15

FR Girls Volleyball AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

Athletic Events for Saturday:

V & JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Darien – 11:00

V Football AWAY @ Westhill – 1:00 – buses leave at 10:30

Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ the Amherst Invitational – buses leave at 6:30 am

FR Girls Soccer AWAY @ Darien – 10:00 – bus leaves at 8:15

 

College Visits to the Career Center

9/25/18    Tuesday Pace University         Block 2 @ 8:49     

9/25/18 Tuesday Quinnipiac University Block 3 @ 11:30

9/25/18 Tuesday Central CT State Univ Block 3 @ 11:54

9/26/18 Wednesday Marywood University Block 2 @ 8:49

9/26/18 Wednesday University of Southern Maine Block 3 @ 11:00

9/26/18 Wednesday Saint Anselm College Block 3 @ 12:00

9/28/18 Friday Sage College of Albany Block 2 @ 8:49

9/28/18 Friday Eastern CT State Univ Block 3 @ 9:28

9/28/18 Friday University of Vermont Block 4 @ 10:58

 

  • It is almost AUDITION TIME! For all those interested in auditioning for Danbury High School Production’s spring musical, Godspell, there will be an informational meeting during FLEX on Wednesday October 3rd.  Please sign up with Mr. Burnett for Flex that day OR come directly after school to get the information you will need. Auditions will take place on Thursday October 18th. Please stop by A304 for more information.  Godspell is a fun, high energy show about building community.

 

  • There will be a sophomore class executive officers meeting on 9/26 in C437 at 2;00.  If you want a say in what your class activities, please attend the meeting.

 

  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord

 

  • National History Honors Society interested in joining? Come to the welcome meeting TODAY during flex. If you can’t make the meeting, join the google classroom. USE the code – 5r6e14v or email Dr. Tucci.

 

  • The HOSA, Future Health Professionals informational meeting is RESCHEDULED for Monday, 9/24 @ 2pm in B220.  Please see Mrs. Tong for further information.

 

  • The SAT prep class will start Saturday morning, September 22. Please enter through the gym doors and go to D 179. Please arrive promptly by 9:00.

 

  • The Key Club invites you to join us at our Endless Summer Party on Wednesday Sept 26th afterschool in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

 

  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER 20, 2018

 

Athletic events today:

FR Football HOME vs. Westhill – 6:00

FR Field Hockey HOME vs. Trumbull – 5:30

V & JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Westhill – 3:45

Field Hockey AWAY @ Trumbull – JV 5:00 V 6:30 – bus leaves at 3:15

 

College Visits to the Career Center

9/21/18 Friday Franklin Pierce University 8:49-block 2

The University of New Haven is having their on-site decision day on November 13th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Career Center.  Please come to the Career Center and sign up for an interview appointment.

 

Southern Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day at Danbury High School on November 14, 2018 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending Southern Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.

 

  • Science National Honor Society and Science Club will have their first official meeting TODAY after school in C529. Light refreshments will be served.

 

  • There will be a sophomore class executive officers meeting on 9/26 in C437 at 2;00.  If you want a say in what your class activities, please attend the meeting.

 

  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord

 

  • TODAY, is the first Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization meeting.  It will start promptly at 2:10 and end at 2:45 – This year’s theme is Create, Lead and Inspire – please grab a friend and plan on joining us – refreshments will be served – hope to see you there!

 

  • National History Honors Society interested in joining? Come to the welcome meeting on Friday 9/21 during flex. Ask you flex teacher to schedule you for it with TUCCI.

If you can’t make the meeting, join the google classroom. USE the code – 5r6e14v or email Dr. Tucci.

 

  • The HOSA, Future Health Professionals informational meeting is RESCHEDULED for Monday, 9/24 @ 2pm in B220.  Please see Mrs. Tong for further information.

 

  • The SAT prep class will start Saturday morning, September 22. Please enter through the gym doors and go to D 179. Please arrive promptly by 9:00.

 

  • The Key Club invites you to join us at our Endless Summer Party on Wednesday Sept 26th afterschool in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

 

  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 18, 2018

 

Athletic events today:

Girls Soccer AWAY @ Brien McMahon – JV 4:00 V 6:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

College Visits to the Career Center

9/21/18 Friday Franklin Pierce University 8:49-block 2

The University of New Haven is having their on-site decision day on November 13th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Career Center.  Please come to the Career Center and sign up for an interview appointment.

 

Southern Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day at Danbury High School on November 14, 2018 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending Southern Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.

 

  • Science National Honor Society and Science Club will have their first official meeting this Thursday, 9/29 after school in C529. Light refreshments will be served.

 

  • Help the Danbury HS Athletic Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury!  Join the Hatter Teams and Band at the SafeWalk on September 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a Danbury HS Fall Team or Band Captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord

 

  • Thursday, Sept. 20, is the first Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization meeting.  It will start promptly at 2:10 and end at 2:45 – This year’s theme is Create, Lead and Inspire – please grab a friend and plan on joining us – refreshments will be served – hope to see you there!

 

  • JOIN THE NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY!!

Complete Art related community service, make friends, visit museums, galleries, and experience many art happenings in the National Art Honor Society!

NAHS is for ALL STUDENTS with an interest in art. Registration forms are available by the auditorium front display case or in A310.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for students to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES

 

  • National History Honors Society interested in joining? Come to the welcome meeting on Friday 9/21 during flex. Ask you flex teacher to schedule you for it with TUCCI.

If you can’t make the meeting, join the google classroom. USE the code – 5r6e14v or email Dr. Tucci.

 

  • Are you considering a career in healthcare?  Do you want to get involved in community activities centered around health care? HOSA might be for you! The Future Health Professionals Club, HOSA, will have an informational meeting on Thursday, September 20th after school in B220.  All students are welcome. Please see Mrs. Tong in B220 with questions.

 

  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on October 25th during flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

     STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 17, 2018

 

Athletic events today:

V & JV Boys Soccer HOME vs. Ridgefield – 4:00

FR Field Hockey HOME vs. Staples – 4:00

FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Staples – 4:00

Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15

FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ Ridgefield – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Field Hockey AWAY @ Staples – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Staples – V 4:00 JV 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

College Visits to the Career Center for the week of September 17, 2018

9/17/18    Monday Dominican College 8:49-block 2

9/21/18 Friday Franklin Pierce University 8:49-block 2

 

The University of New Haven is having their on-site decision day on November 13th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Career Center.  Please come to the Career Center and sign up for an interview appointment.

 

Southern Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day at Danbury High School on November 14, 2018 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending Southern Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.

 

  • Youth Alive Faith club is making a comeback–will meet on Mondays after school in C337 with Ms. Stence.

 

  • Thursday, Sept. 20, is the first Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization meeting.  It will start promptly at 2:10 and end at 2:45 – This year’s theme is Create, Lead and Inspire – please grab a friend and plan on joining us – refreshments will be served – hope to see you there!

 

  • Are you interested in the medical field?  If so, join the medical careers club. We will meet Monday, Sept. 17 in C537 at 2:00.  The meeting will be brief.

 

  • Are you interested in writing and volunteering? The National English Honor Society is now accepting applications for new members. Applications can be picked up in G292 or D468. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Hanrahan or Ms. Costello.

 

  • JOIN THE NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY!!

Complete Art related community service, make friends, visit museums, galleries, and experience many art happenings in the National Art Honor Society!

NAHS is for ALL STUDENTS with an interest in art. Registration forms are available by the auditorium front display case or in A310.

 

  • Any student still interested in Science National Honor Society and Science Club, but missed Thursday’s informational meeting, please email Mrs. McClelland in C529 as soon as possible for important information regarding membership and our next meeting.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for students to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • National History Honors Society interested in joining? Come to the welcome meeting on Friday 9/21 during flex. Ask you flex teacher to schedule you for it with TUCCI.

If you can’t make the meeting, join the google classroom. USE the code – 5r6e14v or email Dr. Tucci.

 

  • Are you considering a career in healthcare?  Do you want to get involved in community activities centered around health care? HOSA might be for you! The Future Health Professionals Club, HOSA, will have an informational meeting on Thursday, September 20th after school in B220.  All students are welcome. Please see Mrs. Tong in B220 with questions.

 

  • Level 2 Office is in need of YPP workers for Block 2, 3, and 4.

 

  • The tutoring center is run by six certified teachers with the objective of helping students improve their grades in Math, English, Science, and Social Studies. After school tutoring will take place in the media center from 2-4pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays starting on October 3rd. A late bus will be available to drop students off at the elementary school that is closest to their house. Students that are not present in the tutoring center or signed in to the late bus document by a teacher will not be allowed to take the late bus. If you have any questions please email Mr. Handberry: [email protected]

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

 

Athletic events today:

V & JV Boys Soccer HOME vs. New Canaan – 4:00

Girls Swimming HOME @ WCSU vs. Westhill and Stamford – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

FR Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Fairfield Ludlowe – 4:00

V Football AWAY @ New Canaan – 7:00 – buses leave at 4:00

FR Boys Soccer AWAY @ New Canaan 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Field Hockey AWAY @ Brookfield – V 3:45 JV 5:15 – bus leaves at 2:15

Girls Volleyball AWAY @ Fairfield Ludlowe – JV 4:00 V 5:30 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

Athletic Events for Saturday:

JV Football HOME vs. New Canaan – 10:30

FR Girls Soccer HOME vs. Ridgefield – 10:30

V & JV Girls Soccer AWAY @ Ridgefield – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

College Visits to the Career Center:

Today Merrimack College        11:36

 

College Visits to the Career Center for the week of September 17, 2018

9/17/18    Monday Dominican College 8:49-block 2

9/21/18 Friday Franklin Pierce University 8:49-block 2

 

The University of New Haven is having their on-site decision day on November 13th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Career Center.  Please come to the Career Center and sign up for an interview appointment.

 

Southern Connecticut State University will be hosting an on site decision day at Danbury High School on November 15, 2018 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending Southern Connecticut State University, sign up for an appointment in the Career Center.

 

  • Youth Alive Faith club is making a comeback–will meet on Mondays after school in C337 with Ms. Stence.

 

  • Next Thursday, Sept. 20, is the first Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization meeting.  It will start promptly at 2:10 and end at 2:45 – This year’s theme is Create, Lead and Inspire – please grab a friend and plan on joining us – refreshments will be served – hope to see you there!

 

  • If you are interested in being part of DHS Video Production Club please come to a brief after school meeting Friday in A208.

 

  • Are you interested in the medical field?  If so, join the medical careers club. We will meet Monday, Sept. 17 in C537 at 2:00.  The meeting will be brief.

 

  • Are you interested in writing and volunteering? The National English Honor Society is now accepting applications for new members. Applications can be picked up in G292 or D468. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Hanrahan or Ms. Costello.
  • Any student still interested in Science National Honor Society and Science Club, but missed Thursday’s informational meeting, please email Mrs. McClelland in C529 as soon as possible for important information regarding membership and our next meeting.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for students to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • Ms. Manka needs a YPP please see her in D176.

 

  • Level 2 Office is in need of YPP workers for Block 2, 3, and 4.

 

  • The tutoring center is run by six certified teachers with the objective of helping students improve their grades in Math, English, Science, and Social Studies. After school tutoring will take place in the media center from 2-4pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays starting on October 3rd. A late bus will be available to drop students off at the elementary school that is closest to their house. Students that are not present in the tutoring center or signed in to the late bus document by a teacher will not be allowed to take the late bus. If you have any questions please email Mr. Handberry: [email protected]

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

 

College Visits to the Career Center:

9/14/18 Friday Merrimack College        11:36

9/14/18    Friday University of Hartford  8:49

 

The University of New Haven is having their on-site decision day on November 13th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Career Center.  Please come to the Career Center and sign up for an interview appointment.

 

Athletic Events today:

FR Football HOME vs. New Canaan – 4:00

FR Girls Soccer HOME vs. New Canaan – 4:00

V & JV Girls Soccer AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

  • If you are interested in gaining more world knowledge and finding friends with similar interests, come join Model U.N. We will hold our first meeting after school TODAY in room D376. Hope to see you there!

 

  • Next Thursday, Sept. 20, is the first Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization meeting.  It will start promptly at 2:10 and end at 2:45 – This year’s theme is Create, Lead and Inspire – please grab a friend and plan on joining us – refreshments will be served – hope to see you there!

 

  • Do you have an interest in science? Maybe Science National Honor Society or Science Club is right for you. Will be having a brief informational meeting TODAY after school in C529. All are welcome and light refreshments will be served.

 

  • The Gamer’s Association will meet in A204 TODAY from 2:10-3:35pm.

 

  • If you are interested in being part of DHS Video Production Club please come to a brief after school meeting Friday in A208.

 

  • Are you interested in the medical field?  If so, join the medical careers club. We will meet Monday, Sept. 17 in C537 at 2:00.  The meeting will be brief.

 

  • Our first GSA meeting will be TODAY in D277 after school. Just remember there is no late buses yet so make sure you have a ride home after the meeting.

 

  • Detention starts after school this week in D367. Detention can be served on Wednesday or Thursday. Thursday is the 3hr detention day. There is no late bus available.

 

  • Are you interested in writing and volunteering? The National English Honor Society is now accepting applications for new members. Applications can be picked up in G292 or D468. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Hanrahan or Ms. Costello.

 

  • Attention all seniors. If you’d like to have a great opportunity to be in this year’s yearbook, find a few friends and come on out to the student parking lot TODAY to get a photo taken which we might use in our “Seniors and their Cars” spread. No more than three friends, no hats and only seniors are allowed. Please do not get into more than one picture.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for students to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • Ms. Manka needs a YPP please see her in D176.

 

  • Level 2 Office is in need of YPP workers for Block 2, 3, and 4.

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 11, 2018

 

College Visits:

The University of New Haven is having their on-site decision day on November 13th from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm in the Career Center.  Please come to the Career Center and sign up for an interview appointment.

Athletic Events today:

Field Hockey HOME vs. Ridgefield – V 4:00 JV 5:30

V and JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Staples – 6:00

Girls Volleyball HOME vs. Abbott Tech – V 4:00 JV 5:30

Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ St. Joseph – 4:00 – buses leave at 2:15

FR Field Hockey AWAY @ Ridgefield – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

FR Girls Soccer AWAY @ Staples – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

 

  • The Black Lives Matter Club will be meeting for the first time on Wednesday, September 12th after school in room D371A. New and interested students are welcome to join.

 

  • If you are interested in gaining more world knowledge and finding friends with similar interests, come join Model U.N. We will hold our first meeting on Thursday, September 13th in room D376. Hope to see you there!

 

  • If you are interested in becoming a member of the DHS Math Team, join us in D168 on Wednesday September 12th, right after school.

 

  • The Gamer’s Association will meet in A204 on Thursday, September 13th from 2:10-3:35pm.

 

  • Detention starts after school this week in D367. Detention can be served on Wednesday or Thursday. Thursday is the 3hr detention day. There is no late bus available.

 

  • Underclassmen pictures will be taken during your English classes this year. Please be sure to listen to your English teacher to find out when your class will be going for your underclassmen portraits. All underclassmen should have a picture taken to ensure we get a new student ID for each of you. If any student is absent during his or her class’ photos, feel free to go down during lunch to get it taken. Order forms can be found online and in all level offices.

 

  • Attention all seniors. If you’d like to have a great opportunity to be in this year’s yearbook, find a few friends and come on out to the student parking lot on Sept 12th and 13th to get a photo taken which we might use in our “Seniors and their Cars” spread. No more than three friends, no hats and only seniors are allowed. Please do not get into more than one picture.

 

  • Any student interested in joining yearbook, there will be a short informational meeting on September 12 in C330. With the new flex period,  you may be able to get some of this work done during the school day, so don’t feel like you cannot be a member if you are on a sports team. Please come to find out if this is something you’d like to do. We will train you to be a contributing member of the staff. If you cannot make it on the 12th, please stop down in C331 and see Mr. Porcelli sometime before then.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for underclassmen to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • The ISS room is looking for YPPs please stop in room 302a for an application.

 

  • Ms. Manka needs a YPP please see her in D176.

 

  • Level 2 Office is in need of YPP workers for Block 2, 3, and 4.

 

  STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

 

TONIGHT at 7pm the football team takes on Trinity Catholic. Student  admission is $1.00 with your ID. Come out and show your support!

 

  • The weight room will be open 6:00-7:00 am Monday-Thursday all school year.

 

  • Any freshmen girls interested in playing field hockey this year are asked to stop in to Room C339 or stop by the Athletic Directors office for additional information – no prior experience is necessary – all are welcome!  The deadline for joining the field hockey program is this Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.

 

  • Freshmen who are interested in playing a fall sport,  please go to the athletic office as soon as possible in E297, for more information. TODAY is the last day to join.

 

  • The Black Lives Matter club will be meeting for the first time on Wednesday, September 12th after school in room D371A. New and interested students are welcome to join.

 

  • Detention starts after school next week in D367. Detention can be served on Wednesday or Thursday. Thursday is the 3hr detention day. There is no late bus available.

 

  • Underclassmen pictures will be taken during your English classes this year. Please be sure to listen to your English teacher to find out when your class will be going for your underclassmen portraits. All underclassmen should have a picture taken to ensure we get a new student ID for each of you. If any student is absent during his or her class’ photos, feel free to go down during lunch to get it taken. Order forms can be found online and in all level offices.

 

  • Attention all seniors. If you’d like to have a great opportunity to be in this year’s yearbook, find a few friends and come on out to the student parking lot on Sept 12th and 13th to get a photo taken which we might use in our “Seniors and their Cars” spread. No more than three friends, no hats and only seniors are allowed. Please do not get into more than one picture.

 

  • Students Checking in to the Library Learning Commons (LLC) during Lunch Waves:

Students are welcome to come to the LLC during their Lunch or Study Hall periods. For Blocks 1, 2, and 4, students should go directly to the LLC at the beginning of the block to sign in at the Main Desk. An email will be sent to your Study Hall teacher so that he or she may properly record your attendance.

During Block 3, students will need to sign in at the Main Desk at the beginning of EACH Lunch Wave. Study Hall teachers will be sent a list of students present in the LLC during each lunch wave so that students will only be in the cafeteria during their appropriate wave.

 

  • Any student interested in joining yearbook, there will be a short informational meeting on September 12 in C330. With the new flex period,  you may be able to get some of this work done during the school day, so don’t feel like you cannot be a member if you are on a sports team. Please come to find out if this is something you’d like to do. We will train you to be a contributing member of the staff. If you cannot make it on the 12th, please stop down in C331 and see Mr. Porcelli sometime before then.

 

  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning on Saturday, September 22nd and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for underclassmen to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • The ISS room is looking for YPPs please stop in room 302a for an application.

 

  • Ms. Manka needs a YPP please see her in D176.

 

 STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER 6, 2018

 

Mitchell College will be in the Career Center at 11:00am TODAY!

Attention students – Tomorrow, at 7pm is the first home football game against Trinity Catholic. Student admission is $1.00 with your ID. Come out and show your support!

 

  • The weight room will be open 6:00-7:00 am Monday-Thursday all school year.

 

  • Anyone interested in joining the boys cross country team see Coach Murray in the boys PE office during school or after school in the old gym.  

 

  • Any freshmen girls interested in playing field hockey this year are asked to stop in to Room C339 or stop by the Athletic Directors office for additional information – no prior experience is necessary – all are welcome!  The deadline for joining the field hockey program is this Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.

 

  • Freshmen who are interested in playing a fall sport,  please go to the athletic office as soon as possible in E297, for more information. TOMORROW is the last day to join.

 

  • Detention starts after school next week in D367. Detention can be served on Wednesday or Thursday. Thursday is the 3hr detention day. There is no late bus available.

 

  • Underclassmen pictures will be taken during your English classes this year. Please be sure to listen to your English teacher to find out when your class will be going for your underclassmen portraits. All underclassmen should have a picture taken to ensure we get a new student ID for each of you. If any student is absent during his or her class’ photos, feel free to go down during lunch to get it taken. Order forms can be found online and in all level offices.

 

  • Attention all seniors. If you’d like to have a great opportunity to be in this year’s yearbook, find a few friends and come on out to the student parking lot on Sept 12th and 13th to get a photo taken which we might use in our “Seniors and their Cars” spread. No more than three friends, no hats and only seniors are allowed. Please do not get into more than one picture.

 

  • Students Checking in to the Library Learning Commons (LLC) during Lunch Waves:

Beginning Thursday, September 6, students are welcome to come to the LLC during their Lunch or Study Hall periods. For Blocks 1, 2, and 4, students should go directly to the LLC at the beginning of the block to sign in at the Main Desk. An email will be sent to your Study Hall teacher so that he or she may properly record your attendance.

During Block 3, students will need to sign in at the Main Desk at the beginning of EACH Lunch Wave. Study Hall teachers will be sent a list of students present in the LLC during each lunch wave so that students will only be in the cafeteria during their appropriate wave.

 

  • Any student interested in joining yearbook, there will be a short informational meeting on September 12 in C330. With the new flex period,  you may be able to get some of this work done during the school day, so don’t feel like you cannot be a member if you are on a sports team. Please come on the 12th to find out if this is something you’d like to do. We will train you to be a contributing member of the staff. If you cannot make it on the 12th, please stop down in C331 and see Mr. Porcelli sometime before then.

 

  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning on Saturday, September 22nd and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for underclassmen to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • The ISS room is looking for YPPs please stop in room 302a for an application.

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 5, 2018

 

Attention students – This Friday night, September 7th, at 7pm is the first home football game against Trinity Catholic. Student admission is $1.00 with your ID. Come out and show your support!

  • The weight room will be open 6:00-7:00 am Monday-Thursday all school year.

 

  • Anyone interested in joining the boys cross country team see Coach Murray in the boys PE office during school or after school in the old gym.  

 

  • Any freshmen girls interested in playing field hockey this year are asked to stop in to Room C339 or stop by the Athletic Directors office for additional information – no prior experience is necessary – all are welcome!  The deadline for joining the field hockey program is this Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.

 

  • Freshmen who are interested in playing a fall sport,  please go to the athletic office as soon as possible in E297, for more information.

 

  • The DECO Accounting class scheduled to begin after school today is canceled for today.

 

  • Underclassmen pictures will be taken during your English classes this year. Please be sure to listen to your English teacher to find out when your class will be going for your underclassmen portraits. All underclassmen should have a picture taken to ensure we get a new student ID for each of you. If any student is absent during his or her class’ photos, feel free to go down during lunch to get it taken. Order forms can be found online and in all level offices.

 

  • Students Checking in to the Library Learning Commons (LLC) during Lunch Waves:

Beginning Thursday, September 6, students are welcome to come to the LLC during their Lunch or Study Hall periods. For Blocks 1, 2, and 4, students should go directly to the LLC at the beginning of the block to sign in at the Main Desk. An email will be sent to your Study Hall teacher so that he or she may properly record your attendance.

During Block 3, students will need to sign in at the Main Desk at the beginning of EACH Lunch Wave. Study Hall teachers will be sent a list of students present in the LLC during each lunch wave so that students will only be in the cafeteria during their appropriate wave.

 

  • The Fall athletic meeting for parents and athletes is tonight, Wednesday, September 5th, starting promptly at 6:30 in the auditorium.

 

  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning on Saturday, September 22nd and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • The Main Office and Department Head office are looking for underclassmen to work as YPPs. Please stop in to pick up an application.

 

  • The ISS room is looking for YPPs please stop in room 302a for an application.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER 4, 2018

 

Due to the Early Weather Dismissal there are no after school activities today.

 

The Football home opener is this Friday, September 7th! Students will pay just $1.00 with their school ID. Come out and support the Hatters!

 

  • Freshmen who are interested in playing a fall sport,  please go to the athletic office as soon as possible in E297, for more information.

 

  • Students Checking in to the Library Learning Commons (LLC) during Lunch Waves

 

Beginning Thursday, September 6, students are welcome to come to the LLC during their Lunch or Study Hall periods. For Blocks 1, 2, and 4, students should go directly to the LLC at the beginning of the block to sign in at the Main Desk. An email will be sent to your Study Hall teacher so that he or she may properly record your attendance.

 

During Block 3, students will need to sign in at the Main Desk at the beginning of EACH Lunch Wave. Study Hall teachers will be sent a list of students present in the LLC during each lunch wave so that students will only be in the cafeteria during their appropriate wave.

 

  • The Fall athletic meeting for parents and athletes is tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5th, starting promptly at 6:30 in the auditorium.

 

  • There will be an SAT Prep class open to all students beginning on Saturday, September 22nd and running for five Saturdays from 9am to noon.  The cost is $75 which includes the book. Enrollment is limited to 60 students. The registration form is available in the Main Office.

 

  • The Main Office is looking for underclassmen to work as YPPs. Please see Mrs Domingos in the main office to pick up an application.

Friday, Sept. 21

Athletic events Friday

  • FR Boys Soccer HOME vs. Westhill – 4:00
  • Girls Volleyball HOME vs. New Canaan – V 4:00 JV 5:30
  • V & JV Boys Soccer AWAY @ Westhill – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15
  • Girls Swimming AWAY @ New Canaan – 3:00 – bus leaves at 1:15  
  • FR Girls Volleyball AWAY @ New Canaan – 4:00 – bus leaves at 2:15

Athletic events Saturday

  • V & JV Girls Soccer HOME vs. Darien – 11:00
  • V Football AWAY @ Westhill – 1:00 – buses leave at 10:30
  • Boys & Girls Cross Country AWAY @ the Amherst Invitational – buses leave at 6:30 am
  • FR Girls Soccer AWAY @ Darien – 10:00 – bus leaves at 8:15

College visits to the Career Center

Tuesday 9/25/18

Pace University                  Block 2 @ 8:49     

Quinnipiac University      Block 3 @ 11:30

Central CT State Univ.      Block 3 @ 11:54

Wednesday 9/26/18 

Marywood University       Block 2 @ 8:49

Univ. of Southern Maine Block 3 @ 11:00

Saint Anselm College        Block 3 @ 12:00

Friday 9/28/18

Sage College of Albany     Block 2 @ 8:49

Eastern CT State Univ.     Block 3 @ 9:28

University of Vermont      Block 4 @ 10:58

General announcements

  • It is almost AUDITION TIME! For all those interested in auditioning for Danbury High School Production’s spring musical, Godspell, there will be an informational meeting during FLEX on Wednesday, Oct. 3.  Please sign up with Mr. Burnett for Flex that day OR come directly after school to get the information. Auditions will take place on Thursday, Oct. 18. Please stop by A304 for more information.  Godspell is a fun, high energy show about building community.
  • There will be a sophomore class executive officers meeting at 2 p.m. 9/26 in C437. If you want a say in determining class activities, please attend the meeting.
  • Help the Athletics Department raise funds for the Women’s Center of Greater Danbury. Join the Hatter teams and band at the SafeWalk on Sept. 30 at the Danbury Fair Mall. See a team or band captain  or any team or band member to make a donation. Donations can also be made at www.wcogd.ord
  • National History Honors Society: Interested in joining? Come to the welcome meeting TODAY during Flex. If you can’t make the meeting, join the google classroom. USE the code – 5r6e14v or email Dr. Tucci.
  • The HOSA, Future Health Professionals informational meeting is RESCHEDULED for Monday, 9/24 @ 2 pm in B220.  Please see Mrs. Tong for information.
  • The SAT prep class will start Saturday morning, Sept. 22. Please enter through the gym doors and go to D 179. Please arrive promptly by 9.
  • The Key Club invites you to join us at our Endless Summer Party on Wednesday, Sept. 26 after school in the cafeteria. All are welcome!
  • Elections for Freshmen Executive Council will be held on Oct. 25 during Flex. Run for a position as President, Vice President, Secretary, or Treasurer to positively represent the Class of 2022, and have a say in what is going on at DHS! If you are a freshman interested in running, please pick up an application from the Main or D4 office. Applications will be due in the C3 mailbox, or directly to Ms. Calafiore in room C340 by October 18th. NO late applications will be accepted.

 

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