Congratulations, Wrestling!
4th in Georgia!

Our wrestling team qualified for the state dual tournament for the first time since 2010 when Assistant Principal Billy Broom was coaching. They were the area runner up losing in the finals by only one point. Coach Poston, Coach High and Coach Brown have done an excellent job with our wrestling team this season. The effort from our wrestlers has also been phenomenal. The team record going into the State tournament was 27 wins and 15 losses. Congratulations for coming away 4th in STATE!

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on January 18, 2019. The Admin Team learned from America's Scholar on Education. We are studying Murphy's latest two books, Creating Productive Cultures in Schools, and Creating Instructional Capacity. Successful schools rest on two pillars: Caring Culture and Academic Press. A Big Thank you to Federal Programs Director, Debra Brackett, for making this stellar learning event possible with federal funds.

DCS Young Authors Character Quotes

Week 21 January 21 - 25, 2019
Character Ed Quotes by Dade County Young Authors

Theme: Vision
Word of the Week: Goals

EQ: What are your goals for your future?

Monday, January 21 - Martin Luther King Day, NO SCHOOL , Goals are plans that you create in an aspiration to achieve success. Madison Roden, DCHS
Tuesday, January 22 - Dr. Harris speaks at Optimist Club at Noon at Guthrie's, DMS and DCHS Basketball at Home
The goals I set for myself are the stepping stones to my future. Abby Moore, DCHS

Wednesday, January 23 - DES on KWN's Reading, Writing & Arithmetic at 1:00 p.m. If you aren’t making progress on your goals, it’s easy to lose hope for ever finishing. Progress is key. Kaitlyn Hedden, DCHS

Thursday, January 24 - Dade First at Noon at DC Library, DMS Basketball Home, DCHS Wrestling at Home at 5:00 p.m.
Goals: something we strive to achieve! We want to do our best to get to the place we want to be, but no one said that getting there would be easy. It comes with its fair share of twists and turns, but just make the best out of it. I know you will get there, kiddo! Coop Lumpkin, DCHS

Friday, January 25 - It can be difficult to find your purpose, but it can be easier if you make goals for yourself. These goals can be big or small, it just has to be something that will help you grow as a person. Abby Moore, DCHS.

Saturday, January 26 - DMS Basketball Tournament, DMS PTO Winter Dance at 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

FEBRUARY 1: Liz Huntley Here! Liz will speak to our students at DMS and DCHS about her true story. Thanks to Martha Baker, Dade First for writing a grant to purchase her book, More than a Bird, for our 8th and 9th grade students.