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H.H. Dow High Announcements March 11, 2019

H.H.Dow High School




Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.


DO it for Herb Shirts are for sale in the office!


Sold at lunch only for $10.00.


Math Olympics


March 15th is the MATH OLYMPICS.  If anyone is interested in attending, please talk with your mathematics teacher or Mr. Schwartzkopf.  Deadline for sign up will be Monday, March 11.




Those planning on taking AP test this spring, the sign up window is now open until March 17.  Go to the DOW High homepage for the link to sign up. Any questions email Mr Bradford.


Library books




Prom Tickets


Mark you calendar! Prom is May 4th.We will be selling tickets from April 8 to April 20 before school and after. Tickets will be sold for 55 dollars a piece.


Announcements for the MRD: Dow’s Political and Economic Discussion Club


The MRD will now be restarting our AP study time program the week we get back from Sring Break. Like last year, we will be working on American Government, Micro, and Macro Econ. testing; anyone interested can come to this weeks meeting for information on our procedures and focus. This week our normal discussion will be focusing on the jailing of whistleblower Chelsea Manning for her refusal to testify against Jullian Assange and Wikileaks and was thus held in contempt of court. The immediate protests in opposition to this move by the American government should manifest the importance of this event in relation to the freedom of the press and Democracy. If anyone has any ideas for other subject matter they’d like the MRD to discuss in the future you can always contact Luke Mavis through email to submit your ideas. For those of you interested in this week’s discussion topics, please join us in the Little Theater this Tuesday from 3:00 to 4:15 after school.


Let us fight the oppression of ignorance together!


Try to guess the answers for the following quiz:


1.  What do the years 2008, 2009, and 2011 have in common?

a) The first three years the Chemics beat us in anything.

b)  The three years the Charger shop sold non-diet soda.

c)  The years Dr. Poole played Semi-pro baseball

d) The years Mr. Smith. Mrs. Outinen, and Mr. DeReese won SVL Teacher of the Year honors.


2. What does 2013 have in common with a Cheeta? Nothing at all but it was the year Mrs. Snyder won the SVL Teacher of the Year award. Oh and they are both one of the most beautiful creatures in the animal kingdom.


3. Last one: What was Mrs. Pancost  known for in 2014?

a) she canoed the entire Amazon River without a paddle

b) she won a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling in the Olympics

c) she rode a bull in a rodeo for 8 seconds

d) she won the SVL Teacher of the Year.


Stay tuned for more staff trivia tomorrow and please nominate a deserving teacher for the SVL Teacher of the Year Award.




If you love history, science, the great lakes and enjoy physical work, you may want to contact Windward Bound, Baysail.  This adventure camp is free for 30 area teens . If chosen you will be a trainee on an old time sailing ship The Appledore.  There are 4-7 day trips throughout the summer. Please see the Midland Daily news for the article or call 989 8955193 or visit


German Club


Attention German Clubbers: It’s finally here! The day for our big karaoke event has arrived. On Tuesday come down to room 377 after seventh hour to show us your stuff and to see the talent on display. It’ll be a great time, so come Tuesday after 7th hour to German Club and get your karaoke on!


Hey Key Clubbers  


Key Club will be having a Can-Can drive March 6 -20.  Bring in your canned food items to a collection box in front of the office and pop tabs to your third hour class.  The winning class will receive pizza.




Attention sophomores (and juniors).  Invitations to apply for NHS (the National Honors Society) have been sent out.  Please make sure to check your school email for vital information. The email came from Mr. Moore.  There are strict deadlines to follow!



This weekend the Boys Swim team went to Eastern Michigan University for state finals.  They came in 4th place out of 46 Division 2 teams. The team came in


1st in the  200 Yard Free Relay with Collin Che, Zach Fewkes, Hans Den, Luke Lezotte, &  Mark Van Heel

3rd  in the 400 Yard Free Relay with Luke Lezotte, Collin Che, Gage Bunker, & Joseph Krzciok

14th  in the 200 Yard Medley Relay with Zach Fewkes, Gage Bunker,  Louie Sun, Jacob Telgenhoff, & Mark Van Heel


In individual events


Luke Lezotte placed 2nd in the 50 free and 100 free

Collin Che placed 3rd in the 50 free and 100

Gage Bunker placed 13th in the 200 yard free and 7th in the 500.

Zach Fewkes placed 14th in the 100 free


Way to go Chargers!


Good luck girls varsity basketball playing in Gaylord tonight at 7 PM.


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