Cassia County Summer School is being run through Cassia High School.
Begins June 5, with 2 sessions, at CHS.
If your student is needing to make up lost credits please contact CHS at 878-6690 as soon as possible if you have questions or need to get your student enrolled.
The Ag department still has plenty of Geraniums, Gazanias, and Spaghetti Squash for sale. They will be selling them on Monday and Tuesday, May 22nd and 23rd, from approximately 830a until 430p. Stop by during those hours and pick up some of these beautiful flowers and plants. If you can not make it during those hours, call the school 654-2030 or Ag Building 654-2416 to see if arrangements can be made. Sometime on or after Wednesday, the leftover plants will die a horrendous death by dumpster. Only YOU can save them!
Declo High School is looking for a few good teachers and coaches. Current job openings are:
See the School District Employment Page or call Principal Roland Bott (208) 654-2030 for more information.
The Idaho High School Activities Association just announced the 2017 Spring Sports Academic State Champions, an award presented to the varsity team in each classification that achieves the highest cumulative grade point average. Both the boys and the girls golf teams earned this award this season. Congratulations Golfers!
The DHS Senior Class will be hosting their Senior Project Open House in the main halls of Declo High School on Monday, May 8th from 3:30p until 5:00p. This is a great chance for parents, family, friends, the junior class, and the community to get together with the seniors to see and hear about--in a very informal setting--what they have been working on all year.
Senior finals: May 15-19:
Monday: 6 & 8 (some 5 & 7 may also be given)
Tuesday: 2 & 4
Wednesday: Lagoon Trip
Thursday: 1 & 3
Friday: 5 & 7 & Make-up
This will be a busy week with State Golf, State Track, State Softball, State Baseball, and Senior Lagoon trip.
Undergraduate Finals, May 22-26:
Monday: 2 & 4
Tuesday: 6 & 8
Wednesday: 1 & 3
Thursday: 5 & 7
The SPARK Afterschool Program has hired high school staff for the past 2 years from DHS that have worked at DJHS and DES.
They are are looking for ambitious, hard-working and reliable junior or seniors for the 2017-2018 school year. These students will offer tutoring and homework help to younger students along with fun, energetic activities. The program begins in September 2017 through the end of April 2018, Monday-Thursdays. They prefer seniors with a work release schedule since the program begins before the HS releases.
Complete the application below and email to Mrs. Muir or ask the office to send a it to her at BJHS via inter-office mail. There is also a brochure that explains the program attached below.
Katie Muir, Program Director SPARK Afterschool
Mrs. Mamer's Range Science Class took a field trip in mid-April to Big Cottonwood Creek area to plant sagebrush as a restoration project with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. There was a fire there in 2012, Fish and Game is trying to help with improving the habitat for sage grouse.
The Declo FFA Chapter headed to CSI this past month where they competed and succeeded at the State Competition. The Parliamentary Procedure team took 5th place, Jakeb Garrard placed 4th in Extemporaneous Speech, and Kenyon Christopherson placed 3rd in Creed. Well Done!
(3/18/17) Our Declo cheerleaders and dance teams capped another wonderful season at the Idaho High School State Dance and Cheer State Championships in Nampa. The cheerleaders finished in 3rd place overall, placing 2nd in both Sideline and Show routines. The dancers also finished in 3d place overall, placing 2nd in Prop and 3rd in Military, Hip Hop, and Dance. The dancers were also recognized as the Academic State Champions. Congratulations on your success ladies, you make us all proud!
The Business Professionals of America State Competition was held this past weekend at Boise State University. Declo students competed in a variety of events where many medaled and five placed high enough to qualify for the BPA National Leadership Conference and Competition in Florida in May. To qualify for the national competition, students had to place in the top two in team events or top three in individual events. Congratulations Declo Business Professionals!
Qualifiers for the national competition include:
Global Marketing Team, 1st place - Hazel Thomander, Jakeb Garrard, Shaeley Silcock, Sam Slusser
Prepared Speech, 2nd place - Jakeb Garrard
Administrative Support Research, 3rd place - Kaylee Teagan
Medalists (Top Six)
Economic Research Team - Kaylee Teagan, Dallan Christinsen
Adminitstrative Support Team - Gretchen Pirtle, Bridy Chritchrield, Keirra Koyle, Carlyn Osterhout
Small Business Management Team - Jayci Murdock, Jessica Lewis, Eliza VanLeuven, and Kenzie Darrington
Others in the Top Ten
Graphic Design Promotion - Carlyn Osterhout
Advanced Interview Skills - Dallan Christensen
Fundamental Word Processing - Ella Sharp, Brooklyn Hoopes
Integrated Office Applications - Brooklyn Hoopes
Digital Publishing - Bridy Chritchfield
"These young guys are playing checkers. I'm out there playing chess." ~ Kobe Bryant
The Declo Boys Basketball Team won the District IV 2A Championship Wednesday night, throroughly thrashing the Trojans. The boys head to the State Tournament at Capital High School next Thursday, March 2nd where they will play at 6:15pm. You can find more detailed information, including brackets, here.
Declo's bowlers excelled at the State Tournament held in Burley. Individual placers were:
Alex Moss 3rd
Hunter Oppe 4th
Ty Blauer 5th
Dillon Johnson 6th
The honor roll for second quarter has been posted on the website. Find it on the academics channel above.
Miss Mamer and her Ag Students attended the 212/360 Leadership Conference offered by the FFA in Pocatello this week. The students stayed in Pocatello, attending leadership workshops, taking part in a service project, and meeting FFA members from all around Idaho.
Also, the students were visted by guest Jake Powell from Idaho Fish And Game. He talked to the students about trapping--demonstrated setting traps and laws for it. The students also were able to see various pelts.
Declo Senior High School Bulletin for May 15-19, 2017
Monday: Ham & Cheese Sandwich.
Tuesday: Roasted Chicken.
Wednesday: Oriental Rice and Tangerine Chicken.
Thursday: Cheese Squares.
Friday: Taco Soup.
Monday: Sayger Kidd.
Tuesday: Keegan Farran and Shaeley Silcock.
Friday: Olivia Anthon.
Weekend: Raigen Duffin, Clayton Johnson, Tamar Bay, Alejandro Macias, and Mrs. Silcock.
Seniors: Tickets for the senior all-night party are on sale from Mrs. Christensen in the office. The cost is $20.
Ms. Kirkpatrick needs a list of scholarships that you have ACCEPTED for the Awards Assembly by TODAY. This does not include FAFSA money or scholarships to schools you are not attending.
IDLA: Students planning on taking Summer IDLA courses may begin registering for them. If you are taking any courses that require Advanced Opportunity funds, please let Ms. Kirkpatrick know ASAP.
Summer School: Letters need to be returned by May 19th. If you have any questions about summer school, please see Ms. Kirkpatrick.
Sources of Strength: there will be a luncheon today in the Teleconference room for all SOS members.
Dress Code: Students will dress appropriately and groom themselves for school attendance so as not to detract from the educational setting. Clothing should be neat, clean, tasteful, and modest. Special classes may require safety and hygiene consideration (i.e. shop, science or cooking labs, art, and physical education). Shoes or sandals must be worn for health and safety. Clothing with inappropriate/offensive language or graphics, or which promotes tobacco, liquor or drugs isunacceptable. Student will be asked to cover or change the item. shorts and skirts must have an inseam of six inches or longer. Swimsuits, halter tops, muscle shirts, tank tops, midriff shirts, spaghetti straps, and short shorts or skirts are other examplesof clothing which are not suitable for school wear. Hats may not be worn in any school area/facility from 8:15 until the 3:15 bell. Hats will be taken on first offense unless part of a costume for class or special dress day that does not interfere with class. No bandanas.
Tuesday: FCCLA meeting at 11:40am in Mrs. Allred's room.
Monday & Tuesday: State Golf.
Monday: Senior Finals in 6th & 8th hours.
Monday: Trendsetter try-outs after school.
Tuesday: Senior Finals in 2nd & 4th hours.
Wednesday: Seniors to Lagoon.
Thursday: Awards Assembly at 10:30am.
Thursday: Senior Finals in 1st & 3rd hours.
Thursday: Baseball, Softball, and Track leaves for State right after the Assembly.
Welcome To DHS!
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Dance Camp
6:00 PM - 6:00 PM FB camp
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM BBB