DACC high school classes will be operating on a 1-hour delay, Tuesday, January 25th. Please use caution when you do go out on the roads. More information about delays & closings can be found on our website: https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/school-delays-and-closings
DACC high school classes will be operating on a 1-hour delay, Monday, January 24th. Please use caution when you do go out on the roads. More information about delays & closings can be found on our website: https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/school-delays-and-closings
DACC high school families - read this week's newsletter to get more information about College Credit Plus, National Technical Honor Society, Prom, and more. Check your email inbox or read the newsletter here: https://conta.cc/3KAN9jw
Looking for volunteer opportunities in your area? The POINT app will connect you with volunteer opportunities in your area. Learn more here: https://pointapp.org/volunteers/
DACC is excited to announce that we will be fielding an E-Sports team this coming Spring. Click the QR code or use the link below to register now to be a part of this exciting new opportunity. Register for the team here https://forms.gle/F2MLyptaZA5kWq436
Now is a great time to apply for scholarships. Be sure to take a look at your associate school website and DACC's website for available applications: https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/scholarships
There will be no school and the building will be closed on January 17th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Have a safe extended weekend.
Applications for the National Technical Honor Society are available now. See your DACC school counselor for more information.
DACC Families - learn more about the opportunities available to DACC students to join organizations, earn scholarships, or be celebrated for their accomplishments in this week's newsletter. Check your inbox or follow this link: https://conta.cc/33lISj1
New senior-only programs are available now for rising seniors who are not already in a DACC program. Learn more about this opportunity here: https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/flexible-learning-options
If you haven't had a chance to log in to Powerschool to check grades from the first semester, now is a great time to do so. Visit our Powerschool Information page for links and log-in instructions. https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/grades-powerschool
We have compiled a list of resources for our military families including available grants, scholarships, and community groups. Read more here and fill out the form to let us know if you are a DACC Military Family. https://www.delawareareacc.org/o/dacchs/page/military-family-resources
Access the latest news and information from DACC in this week's newsletter. Check your inbox or follow this link: https://conta.cc/3f6XHYM
DACC high school families - the latest news and upcoming events just hit your inbox. Take a look at the newsletter in your email or by following this link: https://conta.cc/31NnSkf
DACC High School Families - there are some great opportunities for our families in this week's newsletter. Check your inboxes or view the newsletter here: https://conta.cc/3Djojj5
DACC Students & Families - please be aware that today (November 30th), speed bumps are being installed in our parking lots and entrance roads. These speed bumps may be in place as early as afternoon pick-up today. We appreciate your patience and support as we continue to create a safe environment.
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.