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DHS Senior Awards
The Senior Awards Ceremony will be live starting at 3:00 pm and will remain accessible if you are not able to watch the ceremony with us at 3 pm. 

Post pictures of seniors watching the Awards Ceremony and tag the DHS Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts. Use the #DHS2020

Below is the DHS Senior Awards Program 
Awards can be picked on May 18th and 19th when students are dropping off Chromebooks and taking care of Senior Checkout with the bookstore. 

Posted : 5/5 | Direct Link
DHS Item Return and Pick Up
Phase 1:
JROTC Uniforms, Athletics, PE lockers, and Arts

May 7th: 9 am-2 pm
May 8th: 2 pm- 6 pm 

Spring Athletics
Students will bring their clean uniforms and equipment to the designated area for each sport. 
There will be an area for any previous season equipment that still needs to be returned. 

Students in JROTC need to return: For the dress uniform - Outer Gray shirt,Pants for male/Skirts for female, Black JROTC Windbreaker, Class A formal Jacket, Beret, In a zip lock bag put your name tag/rank, ribbons, arches, cords and all other items along with your belt and belt buckle.  Put your name on a slip of paper in the bag so we know it is yours.  Orienteering Team - Red Team Shirt.  Drill Team JROTC Drill Team Jacket.  You will not turn in shoes, socks or white t-shirt.

Arts collection will occur through the exterior classroom doors of the 2000 building 
Students in band will need to turn in instruments and collect any personal items still in band room
Students in art and ceramics will need to collect their artwork
Students in dance will need to turn in any equipment/costumes and collect any personal items
Students in choir will need to turn in any items and collect any personal items. 

PE Lockers/Sports Storage In Office
Students who need to get items out of the lockers will be escorted by coaches (limited numbers in locker room at a time). (Students need to bring their own bag to put their items in.)
Students will clear lockers, gather belongings, turn in PE lock into bin. 
Items that remain will be collected and donated to Goodwill of AZ.
Posted : 4/27 | Direct Link
Share your good news and celebrations!
Good News and CelebrationsThe Dysart Unified School District would like to celebrate students, staff and community members who are contributing to the greater good during this unprecedented time. Do you have a teacher or staff member who is going above and beyond in assisting a student in remote learning?  Is your student/club working on a community service project or spreading cheer through a positive action? Did a community group or organization donate time or goods to your school? We want to hear from you. Please fill out the form below with the information and share a photo of the kind act so we can share these #DysartExtraordinary actions with our community.

Good News and Celebrations Form
Posted : 4/14 | Direct Link
e-learning Chromebook Checkout

Parents who need to check out a Chromebook device for their child's e-learning may do so at the DHS front office area on Thursday March 26 or Friday March 27 from 8:00am-2:00pm. Parents will need to sign a Technology Agreement form. (click on English User Agreement English [PDF]  or Spanish User Agreement Spanish [PDF]).

If parents are unable to come with their child to pick up the device, they may send their child with the completed form. We will also need the student's ID to check out the device. 

Posted : 3/25 | Direct Link
Dysart recognizes All District Boys and Girls Soccer
Dysart recognizes All District Boys and Girls SoccerThe Dysart Unified School District held their annual All District Boys and Girls Soccer Team Award presentation to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary student athletes who displayed excellence in the 2019-2020 season. 

First Team, Second Team, and All Academic Team athletes were selected from Valley Vista, Shadow Ridge, Dysart, and Willow Canyon High Schools.

First Team 

Angel Balderrama Valenzuela, VVHS; Koa Patterson, WCHS; Jose Sanchez, DHS; Gabriel Engwall, SRHS; Jose Arellano Franco Jr., VVHS; John Grant, WCHS; Ivan Medrano Contreras, DHS; Alexander Flores, SRHS; Michael Fejarang Verdugo, VVHS; Sebastian Nassif, WCHS; Jesus Chavarria Jr., DHS; Dillon Morrow, SRHS; Mario Saenz Rodriguez, DHS.

J’adore Easley, VVHS; Paige Garcia, WCHS; Erika Arellano, DHS; Bayley Forbis, SRHS; Sara Lowry, VVHS; Megan Tracey, WCHS; Brooke Williams, DHS; Kayleen Laramee, SRHS, Gabriella Samano, VVHS; Haley Sherwood, WCHS; Alhayla Nunez-Lozano, DHS; Sophie Konieczny, SRHS; Logan White, SRHS.

Second Team

Luis Lopez, VVHS; Bryson Wilke, WCHS; Delano Blackman, DHS; Kyle Frazier, SRHS; Piero Moral, VVHS; Augusto Jovito Palo, WCHS; Agustin Orozco, DHS; Jorge Gonzalez, SRHS; Alex Padilla, VVHS; Vincent Alanis, WCHS; Mauri Ortiz, DHS; Dysart recognizes All District Boys and Girls SoccerJoshua Cano, SRHS; Krystofer DePascale, VVHS.

Hope Schlinger, VVHS; Amber Krey, WCHS; Kiara Sanchez, DHS; Cara Braswell, SRHS; Lyllian Hobbs, VVHS; Madison Garcia, WCHS; Yuritzy Sarmiento Saavedra, DHS; Cassie Sheerin, SRHS; Morgan Sweeney, SRHS; Abby O’Connor, SRHS; Rachal Nielsen, VVHS; Katelyn Nylen, WCHS; Estrella Chavez Alvarez, DHS; Piper Stone, SRHS; Emily Heinzerling, DHS.

All-Academic Team 

Alexander Flores, SRHS; Sean Enouen, SRHS; Jose Meza Jr., DHS; Delano Blackman Jr., DHS; Damian Madrid Amador, VVHS; Michael Fejarang Verdugo, VVHS; Giovanni Miranda, WCHS.

Cassie Sheerin, SRHS; Cara Braswell, SRHS; Gabrielle Gomez, DHS; Rebeca Vega, DHS; Lyllian Hobbs, VVHS; Madisyn Yazzie, VVHS; Lexi Williams, WCHS; Alyssa Reyes, WCHS 

Photo Gallery

Posted : 2/28 | Direct Link
DECA Region 8 conference
DECA students
DECA students received 9 medals representing our school and themselves at this year’s conference held at ASU West Campus College. 
  • Princesa Garcia & Anthony Rodriguez   1st Place Medal in Financial Services Team Decision Making
  • Azucena Nunez & Yuritzy Sarmiento    1st Place Medal in Business Law and Ethics Team Decision
  • Gabby Gomez & Shaysta Nazar-Ali       1st Place Medal in Business Law and Ethics Team Decision

The following students received Medals in the 100 Question Event Test
  • Caleb Jones
  • Jacob Showers
  • Trent TeRonde

Posted : 1/17 | Direct Link
Mr. Brown named 12 News A+ Teacher of the Week
Mr. Chris Brown recognized by 12 News as the A+ Teacher of the WeekChris Brown, Dysart High School American Sign Language (ASL) Teacher, was recognized by 12 News as the A+ Teacher of the Week. Trisha Hendricks from 12 News surprised Brown in his classroom this week along with Dysart High School alumnus, Emily DuFresne, who nominated Brown for the lasting impact he made on her life.

“Your show people how to become one with the deaf community,” said Emily. “I have used the skills you taught me at my job, and it is very special to me and to everybody that you teach, we thank you.”

Mr. Brown has been practicing sign language for 30 years and is currently in his sixth year of teaching ASL. “I love it, it is my passion,” said Brown. “What I hope to have happen when students encounter someone who is deaf or hard of hearing, that they are not afraid and that they can communicate.”

The 12 News A+ Teacher of the Week honors educators outstanding educators whose caring and compassion exceeds far beyond the classroom.  

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Posted : 10/24/2019 | Direct Link
Fall 2019 Tutoring Schedule
Tuesday 2:30-4:30pm
Mr. Llamas (Upper levels) 3204
Ms. Wirth (Geometry) 3221
Ms. Rogers (9-10) 5112
Ms. Boyd (10) 5108
Mr. Bachanos - Chem/Physics 3214
Ms. Hall - Integrated Science 3111
Student Commons Mr. Newman

Wednesday 2:30-4:30pm
Ms. Becko (Alg 3/4) 3203
Ms. Wirth (Geometry) 3221
Ms. Reyes (Alg 1/2) 3220
Ms. Garrett (10 and ELD) 5110 
Ms. Goodard (Eng Strat) 3102
Ms. Romero-Humes - Int Sci 3110
Ms. Tapia - Chemistry* 3211*Hours are 2:30-3:30
Student Commons Mr. Brown

Thursday 2:30-4:30pm 
Mr. Llamas (Upper levels) 3204 
Mr. Lopes (9, 9H&11) 5106 
Mr. Simpson - Bio/Anatomy 3116 
Mr. Yance - Anatomy/Zoo 3216 
Student Commons Ms. Young

Tutoring Rules

You may ride the afternoon bus if you spend a major portion of your time in a tutoring area. This is not time spent in the Student Commons. You need a pass to ride the bus which will be provided by your tutoring teacher. 
Teachers (See Teacher) Teachers are available for specific tutoring by appointment. Please make sure you talk to your teacher to schedule time.

Behavior The expectation is that everyone is where they need to be and working on the required work in tutoring. Students that are not will be asked to leave campus and may receive discipline if necessary. 

Student Commons After school use is limited to those that want to work and need a space to study. Reservations can be made for study groups/individuals with Ms. DeLuna in the Student Commons. No more than 60 students will be permitted into the Commons.
Posted : 9/13/2019 | Direct Link
Back to School Events
9th Grade Orientation
9th Grade Orientation will be Monday, July 29th from 8:00-10:30 am. 9th grade students will be able to get their tentative schedules, tour campus and begin to settle into their 9th grade year.  9th Grade Orientation is a student only event. Parents are welcome to join us at Open House on August 5th. 

Open House
Open House will be Monday, August 5th from 5:30-7:00 pm.  Parents and students can pick up schedules, visit classrooms and meet teachers. Parents can also pay fees, purchase a yearbook or buy a parking permit. 
Posted : 7/15/2019 | Direct Link
DHS students earn HOSA gold 
 DHS students earn HOSA gold Dysart High School recently attended the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) International Leadership Conference on June 19-22, 2019, in Orlando, Florida. The HOSA International Leadership Conference is an annual conference for future medical professionals, that consists of several competitive events, sessions, and workshops.
Dysart High School HOSA received the Outstanding Chapter Award, as well as National Service Project Recognition at the conference. Three students received the Barbara James Service Award for their commitment to community service in health. Mackenzie Mitchell received Gold, and Katelyn Marr and Luis Figueroa received Bronze. In addition, Lane Vazquez-Luna received mastery level recognition in Healthcare Issues Exam, and Mario Hernandez was an event finalist in Physical Therapy. 
HOSA is a student-led Career and Technical Student Organization( CTSO) whose mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry. HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation and recognition exclusively for secondary, postsecondary, and collegiate students interested in a career in health care. HOSA helps build the confidence of students by providing opportunities and responsibilities that lead to realistic choices of careers and successful employment in the healthcare field.

CTSO'S  are organizations specifically for students enrolled in Career and Technical Education programs (CTE). These organizations engage students through focus on CTE application activities such as developing and practicing leadership roles and applying specific occupational and academic content knowledge as an integral part of the instructional program.
Posted : 7/2/2019 | Direct Link
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