High school families - don't forget that Monday is a job shadowing day or at-home assignment day for our students. There will be no high school classes. Access the forms you need and read about upcoming events in this week's family newsletter: https://conta.cc/3czTXxG
Level 1 lab students wore waders in the wetland while finding snails for their ecospheres and Level 2 lab participated in mock interviews with a community employer. Never a dull moment.
Congratulations to our Food Science & Technology CDE team for placing first at the sub-district event Tuesday night! Thank you to Tri-Rivers Career Center for hosting this event. Good luck to these students as they move on to the District 6 Food Science & Technology CDE next Tuesday!
After pulling invasive grapevine from the forest, Wildlife students made and decorated grapevine wreaths to present to local veterans as a kind gesture to say thanks for your service.
DACC High School Families - this week's newsletter pays tribute to our staff members who have served in the military. We thank them for their service and are honored to have them as part of our DACC staff. Check your inbox or follow this link for more information and upcoming dates you need to know about: https://conta.cc/30teVMl
DACC high school families - access your weekly update straight from your inbox or by following this link: https://conta.cc/3ETrM9n There are upcoming events you won't want to miss.
High school families - this week's newsletter is full of resources for our parents and students. The newsletter is available in your inbox now or by following this link: https://conta.cc/3Bn7iDz
High school families - check out this week's newsletter for upcoming events, college application & scholarship resources, & a fantastic video about our Engineering program. https://conta.cc/3G9HYEZ
Parents - did you see the new parking map in this week's family newsletter? Help us ease traffic congestion with these new traffic patterns. https://files.constantcontact.com/a0203d8c001/b443123f-d358-4b4b-b041-3b84bde4aeb9.pdf
DACC's SRO, Deputy Elverson, would like both new and seasoned drivers to exercise caution as the temperature drops and roads become slippery. See his Autumn Driving Safety Tips here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1620448/Autum_Driving_Tips.pdf
High school families - your weekly newsletter has just dropped. Check your email inbox to catch up on what's going on at DACC or follow this link: https://conta.cc/3p4nPtB
DACC high school families - there will be no school on Friday, October 15th due to COTA Day. Enjoy the long weekend, be safe, and we will see you back again on Monday!
DACC Digital Design students were featured in today's Delaware Gazette for their help with a traffic study in conjunction with city and county officials. https://www.delgazette.com/news/92765/easing-traffic-concerns
The DACC weekly newsletter for high school parents and students is in your email inbox now. Read the full newsletter to find out what's happening at DACC here: https://conta.cc/3oJJION
A reminder to parents that there is still time to schedule a conference with your student’s DACC teacher(s). Conferences are tomorrow evening from 4:30 to 8:00 and will be held via telephone or Microsoft Teams (teacher choice). Access the conference sign-up page here: https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/parent-teacher-conferences
Congratulations to Digital Design students, Hayden, JJ, & Benji for taking home home Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards over the summer. Read more about it in the Delaware Gazette here: home Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards over the summer.
We are thrilled to be partners with the Delaware County Library to offer free ESOL classes to adults in our community. See the Library's article in the Delaware Gazette for more information about upcoming orientations and classes! https://www.delgazette.com/opinion/columns/91761/fall-esol-classes-set-to-kick-off-at-library
DACC high school students - don't forget that tomorrow is picture day! You must get a photo taken for your ID, but you do not need to purchase a package. A make up date is scheduled for Oct 1st. See more details here: https://conta.cc/3gdGNJg
We hope our first year students had a fantastic day at DACC! First year & returning students - please see updated information on pick-up/drop-off and parking locations here: https://conta.cc/3gdGNJg
DACC Superintendent, Jay Poroda, spent time experiencing the first day of the 2021-2022 school year, right alongside our first year students. Ice breakers, safety information, and inspirational activities rounded out Day One.