Dale Young Community High
Term 4 - Newsletter
It is time for a celebration at DYCH! This term we focused on College and Career Reading Standard 4. Our goal was to have 80% of our students master the standard. After the summative test, we had 94% of our students master the standard. Students and teachers worked hard on standard 4 this term. We had a fun challenge where PACK times played other PACK times in a game of Kahoots. We also had an entire school challenge where every student played a Kahoots game... the top three winners got to throw pie in a faculty members face. It was a good time. After all of the assessments... we celebrated with a flavored soda pop party in-between classes.
Data from College and Career Readiness Standard 4
Challenge between PACK Times and Celebrations
BE DETERMINED 80% CLUB
Our theme for March is to BE DETERMINED. These students made the 80% Club for Term 3. They were determined to have 80% attendance and pass all their classes. The 80% Club celebrated with lunch at Bert's Cafe.
BE Determined in Class...
Mr. Long and Ms. Dyer's class have been determined to complete various projects this term. Here are some pictures from one of the projects they recently finished. The students created paper roller coasters. After completing the roller coaster they also calculated and gathered data from their roller coasters.
Be Determined to Be Prepared for the Workforce
Ms. Anderson, Ms. Kraus, and their students have been working hard to be prepared for the workforce. They have been on various field trips to explore future work and career skill education options. Guest speakers have been in our building to talk to students and students have been creating resumes. This term students had the opportunity to participate in mock interviews. It was a scary experience but students stated they learned a lot from the experience. We appreciate our volunteers who helped interview our students as well as speak to them about career opportunities.
The BEE Bear Bistro Internship
A few our our students have had the opportunity to develop career skills and work in an internship at the Bee Bear Bistro. They make some great sandwiches. If you want to try out their work... you can visit the Bee Bear Bistro from 11:30-2:00. DYCH students work on Friday, ILSC students work Monday-Thursday. The Bistro is open Monday-Friday 11:30-2:00. It is located in the building behind the district office. Our students also got to participate in the ribbon cutting event.
Term 4 Awards Assembly
We are so proud of all of the hard work students put into Term 4. We have one more trimester left this year. BE DETERMINED to make the next two terms successful. For more information on our awards assemblies click here.
At the beginning of our assembly our students recognized our amazing counselor Bobbi Jones. She does so much to help and provide support for our students everyday. We are so glad we have her in our building. We want her to know how much we appreciate her. She is a great example of BEING DETERMINED. She works hard and is an determined advocate for our students.
Box Elder School District and Dale Young Community High School do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability (ADA). The district and the school comply with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). Should you need special services, please contact the Principal at (435)734-4834.
Dale Young Community High school is in complete compliance with the laws of the State of Utah and Box Elder School District in regards to asbestos. Each year required periodic checks of the school are conducted and properly documented as by law. Our school does in fact contain asbestos in the form of 8 x 8 floor tiles. If you should have any further questions or concerns please feel to contact us at (435) 734-4834.