H.H.Dow High School
Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.
( Read with a passion)
Do you hate school?
Do you feel like you don’t have a voice in the school?
Come to room 323 on May 23rd at 7 am for the NEW Student Council.
Everyone is welcome to join.
“The Voice of Dow High”
There will be donuts and bananas.
Announcements for the MRD: Dow’s Political and Economic Discussion Club
This week the MRD, Dow’s political and economic discussion club, will be focusing on AP study time for Econ students who are interested in Macro testing this year. This will be the final week of AP study and it may also possibly be that last week of the MRD’s operations for the year. We may hold one more meeting next week if something happens in the news that’s big enough to warrant discussion. In either case, we would like to thank the students for their participation in the club this year. The workers’ strikes that have erupted throughout the country this year, already outstripping the number of strikes in 2018, will also be explored in conjunction with a continued discussion on the importance of Jullian Assange and his persecution. Both subjects have been thoroughly covered on the WSWS and can be found in their online archives (https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/). For those interested in AP study time for Econ. testing or the subject of discussion for this meeting, please join us in the Little Theater today from 3:00 to 4:15 after school.
Attention all Football Players. Please plan to attend a meeting this Thursday, May 16th at 2:30 in the Gold Gym. If you have a 7th hour, please come immediately after 7th hour.
We will issue all gear for returning varsity, helmets for everyone else and launch our fundraiser
Hey chargers! Yearbooks are going to be distributed on Monday, May 20th in the Cafeteria starting at 2:25 and will last till after seventh hour. This is for pick up and purchase. For those who purchased a book ahead of time, you have to be there to sign in order to pick up your book. If you haven’t yet purchased a book, any extra books will be sold for $70. After Monday, books will be available for pick up or purchase in the concessions booth before school, during both lunches, and after school.
Juniors are able to apply for a leadership camp this summer at Camp Rotary on June 16 - 20. The Midland Rotary Noon Club will pay for 3 juniors to attend this leadership camp. If interested, pick up a packet in counseling or the main office today!
Attention staff and students! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others? if so, come on out to the blood drive Friday, May 17th that will be held in the loft all day during school. Sign up outside the office during both lunches or talk to Izzy Velasquez, Emma Meitler, Sydney Block, or Logan McNamara about more details! Let's save some lives chargers!
Attention German Clubbers! The big day is almost here--the day of our German Poetry Slam Event. Bring your poem down to room 377 on Today after 7th hour and impress us with your interpretation. You might just win a prize! See you on Tuesday at 3:30 for the German Club Poetry Slam.
The Dow High Boys Track & Field team won all four relays on their way to a win against Midland High and Mount Pleasant. Scoring for Dow were Sam Strouse, Xander Kind, Owen McCaffrey, Noah Reuter-Gushow, Nathan Burgard, Max Niedermeier, Joshua Burr, Garrett Daniels, Nate Rhee, Jordan Plewa, Nick Butcher, Andrew Hales, Josiah Burr, and Jacob Hansen.
The Girls Track team came in second place. Scoring for Dow were Adaeze Okoro, Jada Garner, Maitea Cox, Heleyna Tucker, Ana Tucker, Lauren Burgard, Shae Rogers, Grace Chae, Isabella Rhee, and Monica Thill.
Last Friday night, they Girls Varsity Lacrosse defeated Fenton 19-6. Eight players scored including Emma Murphy, Grace Wilson, Jordan Malace, Gabrielle Wilson, Margaret Gandy, Chelsea Long, Renee Mulvaney and Laura Hershauer. Ella Lane was in the goal with 8 saves.
The Girls JV team also defeated Fenton 8-4 with scoring from Erica Grenesko, Sofia Maher, Emmy Mackenzie and Rachel Applegate. Eleanor Haycock was in goal with 3 saves.
On Friday, Boys Varsity Lacrosse lost to Grosse Pointe South 14-13 in overtime. They were led in scoring by Ryan Sisitki (4 goals) and Ryan Stadelmaier (3 goals and 1 assist). Mason Reed and Chase Mahabir each had 1 goal and 2 assists. Finn Moore had 2 goals and 1 assist, Ben Brueck had 1 goal and 1 assist, and Elliot Moore had 1 goal. Christian Gordon and Ryan Pomranky led the team in ground balls with 6 each. Joey Cullinane won 11 faceoffs, and Jack Erickson made 9 saves in goal.
On Saturday, the girls traveled to Ann Arbor Skyline High School and won big 25-4. This time with seven players contributing to the goal total: Emma Murphy, Gabrielle Wilson, Delaney Abbott, Renee Mulvaney, Chelsea Long, Maureen Meadow and Brooke Stemler. Again, Ella Lane was in goal with 6 saves.
The Girls JV team ended their match in a tie 8-8 with scoring from five: Sofia Maher, Erica Grenesko, Emmy Mackenzie, Anna Trebilcock and Roosa Grohn. Again, Eleanor Haycock in the goal with 5 saves.
On Saturday Boys Varsity Lacrosse completed their regular season schedule with a 19-10 victory on the road against Grosse Pointe North. They were led in scoring by Elliot Moore with 4 goals and 2 assists. Ryan Stadelmaier had 3 goals and 2 assists, Ben Brueck had 3 goals and 1 assist, Mason Reed had 3 goals, Chase Mahabir had 2 goals and 1 assist, and Ryan Sisitki had 1 goal and 2 assists. Ethan Smith and Carson Gray each had 1 goal and 1 assist, and Ryan Pomranky had 1 goal. Xander Brooks led the team with 6 ground balls, Joey Cullinane won 15 faceoffs, and Jack Erickson and Brandon Kovacevich combined for 9 saves in goal.
Good Luck Charger Athletes
Boys Freshman Baseball home against Midland High
Girls JV/V Softball at home against Heritage
Girls V Lacrosse home against Flushing