Monday, April 3, 2017

NEWS ROUNDUP: Get Ready For DHS' Class Of 2030!

Here is what is trending in the Dorchester metro area...

April 11 Is Kindergarten Registration: The DHS Class of 2030 is getting ready to start school already.  In fact, registration for the 2017-2018 Kindergarten class will be held April 11 from 5-7 p.m. at the school.  Then, two days later on April 13, the Kindergarten Roundup will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., also at the school.  For questions or more information, call Mrs. Carroll at 402-946-2781.

EPAC Sloppy Joe Dinner, Reading Carnival Is Friday: The Dorchester EPAC Reading Carnival and free-will donation dinner is this Friday evening at school from 5:30 to 7 p.m.  EPAC will be serving sloppy joes and chips during the carnival as a free-will donation fundraiser.  For the kids, there will be games, prizes, raffles, a bounce house, ring tosses, and more.  EPAC is overseen by parents and the school to help DPS teachers and students with classroom supplies, while also advancing the academic pursuits of Dorchester's elementary students. 

DHS Girls' Basketball Golf Fundraiser Is May 20: Want to hit the golf course for a good cause? The Dorchester Girls' Basketball Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, May 20 at 9 a.m. The cost is $100/team (cart and lunch included). There will be mulligans, flag prizes, and a cash pay out for the winners. For more information, contact Brandon Bruha (402-326-3858) or Kyleigh Lewis (402-928-0135).

NSAA Recognizes Four Dorchester Scholar Athletes: It takes a dedicated person to excel in both the classroom and athletics.  So we say congratulations to DHS seniors Jacee Weber, Brittney Zoubek, Tim Havlat and Dustin Nelson.  Those particular students were honored by the Nebraska School Activities Association as scholar athletes. To receive the NSAA honor, an athlete must not only play a key role on their varsity team, they must also maintain a 93% or better in their class work.  Nice job, Longhorns!

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