The DIL (Daily Instructional Log) will be moving to DC Connect. Next week the teachers will be posting their daily instructional logs to their class pages on DC Connect. This daily post will include the material covered in class that day and any assignment to be accomplished during the evening. This approach should allow you, as a parent or a student, to go to one place to find all the homework assignments, student grades, and classroom announcements.
The DIL will no longer be published but all the information will still be available to you on DC Connect. If you are having any difficulties logging-in or navigating DC Connect, please contact the main office and ask for Katie Reynolds, the Director of Guidance.
This blog post is to clarify the option that students have to “dress up” above the required dress code at the high school.
For young men, this would include a shirt and tie (bow ties are acceptable), a sports jacket, or even a suit. This does not mean simply a “dress differently” day (T-shirts, gray pants, etc.) Men should also wear a logoed oxford shirt or a school identification badge if their jacket or suit covers their logoed shirt. Dress slacks or school uniform pants may be worn with shirts and ties. Jeans are not considered a part of “dressing -up.” Ties should be worn in a formal manner and shirts should be tucked in. Men’s suits (matching pants and jackets) may be worn in conservative styles and colors.
Young ladies may wear dresses/skirts but must comply with several standards. The dress length must comply with the established skirt length (no shorter than the top of the knee) and style (not form-fitting). The neckline must be modest and the dress must have sleeves or be worn with a sweater or dressy jacket. Girls wearing dresses must be clearly identifiable as a DC high school student by wearing a lanyard displaying their student photo ID.
Moms in Prayer welcome you to join them in prayer for our students and our school! Elementary and Middle school moms meet in C101 on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:30 to 9:30 am. High school moms pray on Thursdays in room D109 also at 8:30 to 9:30 am.
Please join us in this very important task of covering our children and our school in prayer. If you cannot attend at this time, please download the attached file and utilize freely!
Congratulations to Natalia Carter on being named a National Merit Semifinalist. Check out the full story here:
Don’t forget to visit the NACCAP College Fair tonight in the Cafeteria.
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Please pre-register and bring your barcode with you @ http://myblueprintstory.com.
Financial Aid seminar will take place in the Warrior Room at 7:00 PM (please note time change).