DOVER-EYOTA HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL
                                        ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:  

 

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

 

Brunch:    Breakfast Burrito                            Lunch:  Hot Dogs w/Baked Beans

 

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES:
FINALS are TODAY  

Early Dismissal:  1:05pm

Remember there is a modified schedule TODAY due to Finals.  

Finals will be taken First & Third Blocks TODAY

 

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students in grades 6, 9, 10 and 11 who have school owned computers need to return your computer, power cord and case either TODAY!   You may return your computer during class time if your teacher gives you permission. You may turn in your computer before or after school as well.  Turn in Times are TODAY ALL DAY

If you are attending summer school at Dover-Eyota, you should still turn in your school owned computer. It will be available to be picked up on the first day of summer school.

Reminder to all students that gym lockers need to be cleaned out by 1:30! That includes the volleyball girls. They need to be cleaned over the summer!

Middle School yearbooks are here! If you ordered a yearbook, stop at the table in the commons during your lunch TODAY and pick it up.


ONGOING ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

Auditions will be held for DE Fall Musical on Thursday and Friday September 5th & 6th at 4pm in the auditorium. The Fall Musical will be announced first day of school. If you need special arrangements, please email Mr. Chappell. 

Do you have new or gently used school supplies in your locker, backpack or classroom? Don't throw them out! We are collecting these supplies again and they will be reused for people in need. Please drop off these supplies in the Media Center or find the boxes around school marked "school supplies". Please be respectful and ONLY put SCHOOL SUPPLIES in these boxes! Thank you for helping us recycle and helping those in need!  

Congratulations to Joe Callahan and Brady Glynn for qualifying for the state track and field meet.  Joe placed 2nd in the discus throwing 149 feet and 4 inches and will compete next Saturday at Hamline University.  Brady qualified in 100 by placing 2nd with a time of 11.05 seconds and also qualified in the 200 with a time of 22.56 as the section champ.   Brady will compete on Friday afternoon at Hamline University in the preliminary round for both his events.  

High school students, see Mr. McRae for information about summer school if you have failed a class this school year.