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H.H. Dow High Announcements October 31, 2019

H H Dow High Announcements 

                 

October 31, 2019

 

Fan Bus to Traverse City -

 

Permission slips and payment are due today at 3PM

ONLY 26 SPOTS remain.

 

Support your Charger football team and ride the chartered  fan bus to TC.

 

Popcorn Thursday

 

It's Popcorn Thursday, Chargers!!  We want to make today a HAPPY Halloween!!  Come to the concession stand during your lunch to get a delicious popcorn for only $1.00 and a small piece of candy!!


 

Spanish Club will hold it's first meeting of the school year on Friday, November 8th during 7th hour in room 375. Spanish Club is open to current students, former students, future students, or anyone interested. 

 

Do you play games? Are you interested in esports? Join DHS Esports club if you want to play games for Dow High. We are planning on making teams for League of Legends, Smash, Overwatch, Rainbow Six Siege, and Fortnite. Our next meeting is on Friday, after 6th and 7th hour in Mr. Colvin’s room 129B.

 

Don't forget to order your 2020 yearbook during our lowest price sale. There is only one week left to buy your yearbook at $60. https://update.midlandps.org/index.php/the-charger-yearbook/  

Yoga club is back and better than ever!! Our next meeting will be NEXT WEEK, November 6th, after seventh hour in mrs. Nelson’s room! Bring your friends and have a good time!

 

Have you ever had an interest in investing, but couldn’t make a profit despite all your efforts? Well, Investment Club is the club for you. We will learn how to develop a portfolio and more about all types of investing, even if you don’t have any prior knowledge. We provide real-world experience using a stock market simulator, and help develop strategies for investing your money. The next meeting is Wednesday Nov. 6th during 6th and 7th hour in Mrs. Royalty’s classroom, room 356.

 

Go Green friendly reminder!

 

 Candy/gum wrappers are not recyclable.

Have a great Halloween.

 

 

 

SHOES, SHOES, SHOES!

 

 There is still time to get your class into the running. Bring in your shoes this week!


 

FGL Announcement

 

This Thursday is Halloween and FGL is having a Halloween party. We will be watching a movie and having a costume contest, so please feel free to dress up! The party will be in Ms. Hilliard’s room, room 319, after 6th hour. Please remember that all costumes must follow the dress code. We hope to see you there!

 

 

 

SPORTS

 

Pre-sale tickets for Friday's Playoff Football Game at Traverse City Central will be available in the Main Office at H.H. Dow High  $6.00 for All MHSAA Playoff Tickets 

 

Attention Hockey Players:

 

Tryouts begin Monday, November 4 at 3:45 pm to 4:35pm at the Midland Civic Arena.  Please make your own arrangements to and from the rink.

All players must have their green Charger card turned in to Coach Blasy before tryouts.  You will not be allowed on the ice if your card is not turned in. Please see Coach Blasy if you have any questions.

 

Attention all girls trying out for basketball this year. Stop by Coach Theisen's room 118 to get your tryout schedule as soon as possible.

 

If you ordered Charger Spirit wear, it is in the office.

Stop by and pick it up during your lunch hour.

 

 

 

Congrats Girls Swim.

 

Last evening was Senior Night at the Dow Pool!  Dow defeated Midland and had many amazing swims. The Dow senior swimmers honored were Audrey Xu, Annabelle Park, Mackayla Pirie, Emma Carlson, Anna Jensen, Claire Newman, Sasha Konovalenko, Chloe Stensrud and Sara Church.  The pool was packed with fans as we watched the seniors compete for there last time at Dow. Highlights included Lauren Burgard qualifying for States, the Relay team of Jensen, Newman, Konovalenko and Roberson breaking the 200 Free Relay record and Claire breaking a 30 year old record set in 1989 in the 200 freestyle.  The Ladies compete next Thursday in the Saginaw Valley League Prelims and Saturday in the finals!

 

No sporting events tonight.

 

 

 





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