H H Dow High Announcements
October 3, 2019
Students interested in taking AP Test in the spring of 2020, CollegeBoard has changed the process. Information and registration sheets will be available beginning Monday, October 7 in the Counseling Office and are due back in the main office by Friday, October 18. You must have this form filled out and returned in order to take an AP Test in the spring.
If you would like to help decorate for homecoming, please meet in the cafeteria after 6th hour on Friday. Everyone is welcome! It will be a lot of fun! See you there!
It’s homecoming week, which means many of you will be carpooling and driving with each other this weekend. Riding with friends can be one of the most dangerous ways to drive, so: Remember to #BeABetterRider! Don’t be a distraction to the driver, be an extra set of eyes, and most importantly, be safe!
Have you ever had an interest in investing?
Investment Club is the club for you. We will learn how to develop a portfolio and more about investing, even if you don’t have any prior knowledge. We provide real-world experience with investing and help develop skills with money. The informational meeting is Tuesday on October 8th after 6th hour in Mrs. Royalty’s classroom, room 356.
If you are walking with the Charger Equality Club, previously known as GSA, in the homecoming parade, we will be meeting in the media center after sixth hour so we can head down to our spot. If you have any questions, please contact Christi LeCaptain or Rin Dunlap.
Full IB Diploma Candidates are reminded that their testing forms are due by this Friday to the Counseling Center
Tickets on sale during BOTH lunches, for $8.
Grab your grimoires cause this week’s FGL meeting is themed Black Clover. The meeting is today and will be in Dr. Francisco's room and will start after 6th hour.
Would you like to develop your ability to think creatively? Come to Math Club in Room 140 after 7th hour on Fridays (from 3:30-4:30). We will focus on the upcoming MMPC and the tips and tricks to do better. Snacks will be provided.
Student Leadership is now selling class shirts for $15! We are selling them at both lunches, from today through Wednesday, October 9th. These shirts are for all four years of high school! Pre-order your shirt to show off your charger spirit!
Freshman volleyball beat Heritage in 3 games, Mt Morris in 2 games and lost their final game of their quad to Bay City Central in 3 games. Jacie Beman served 24 points and had 4 aces. Sydney Bond lead the team with 8 aces and 34 assists. Brianne Roberts added 15 kills and Luciana Fabiano had 12 digs
Dow's JV finished the season undefeated with a 3-0 win over Grand Blanc to take the SVL Championship. For the season the Chargers went 15-0-2, and outscored their opponents 80-2.
Hayden Baus had 7 saves, and Chip Shumaker had 1 save and Justin Schafer, Ian Metzler, Adam Pfeiffer, Danny Safadi, and Cole Kinney led the defense to earn the team's 15th shutout.
Lance Coleman starting the scoring for the Chargers, and Sam Senkowski scored late in the first half on a goal assisted by Sam Williamson. Tyler Sanchez wrapped up the scoring with an unassisted goal midway through the 2nd half.
Attention Chargers! Tonight's varsity volleyball game is sponsored by Pizza Dude. Students who attend the game tonight and scan the QR code at the door will be entered into a raffle to win a $4 Meal Deal courtesy of Pizza Dude. So come out and show your support in the gold gym at 7 tonight for your chance to win! Winners will be announced tomorrow.
Good luck to Rese Elza, Nick Soto and Sam Willertz as they travel to Denver to compete in the 2020 U.S. Youth Olympic Trials for curling. When they win the competition, they will then traveo to Lausanne, Switzerland to compete in the Youth Olympics Games!
Sporting Events tonight
Boys V Tennis SVL away
Boys Freshman/JV Football away at Holt
Boys JV Tennis away at Flushing
Girls Varsity Swimming away 5 PM
Fresh/JV/Varsity Volleyball home vs BCJG starting at 5:30 PM