Hello Brahma Parents and Guardians,
Congratulations to our award winning Thundering Herd Band & Colorguard! Special thanks to Band Directors Steve Acciani & Marie Sato for taking the Sweepstakes Award (1st place in everything!) at the Loara Band Competition this weekend! Click HERE to see the award presentation. Our Band and Colorguard are undefeated and will compete this weekend in the Chino Band Review.
Speaking of undefeated, our Mathletes take their unbeaten record to the Math Madness Tournament this Wednesday. We have been placed in the TOP division and we are ranked #30 in Nation! We go up against Martin County High School from Stuart, FL. They are currently ranked #35 so…it promises to be another exciting battle. Go Brahmas!
Last weekend our Theartre Department lead by Drama Director Jared Kaitz presented one of the funniest plays I have seen. If you missed our play,Suite Surrender, I have great news… the show is still on! This performance will make you laugh and smile so don’t miss it! This Friday, November 2 or Saturday, November 3, @ 7pm. Tickets are on sale during lunch and prior to the start of the performance. You can also buy tickets at www.seatyourself.biz/dbhsdrama.
This Friday, November 2 marks the end of our 12-week grading period. Progress grades will be available on Parent/Student Portal by Wednesday,November 7. Keep in mind these are progress reports and these grades are not posted on your student’s permanent record or transcript. The grades earned at the end of the semester (18 weeks) on December 19, 2018 will be the final and permanent grades for semester one and will be posted to your student’s transcript.
Click HERE for this week’s Athletic update from Athletic Director, Albert Lim. Most importantly, congratulations to our Back-to-back CIF champion Golf team! Special thanks to Head Coach Tony McCabe for leading our girls on to victory! Good luck on the “Road” to State Finals!
Reminder, all students may show their Halloween spirit, but please keep in mind our focus on student safety. A few guidelines to follow:
• Students are prohibited from wearing masks
• Make-up or face painting should be very minimal. Staff needs to still be able to EASILY identify a student wearing make-up or face painting. If your face is fully painted, you will be required to wash your face before attending classes.
• Weapons, or replica weapons are not allowed
• Costumes need to adhere to the school dress code and should not disrupt the instructional program during school hours.
If you have ANY questions regarding your costume, please see your GLC before Halloween for guidance or approval. Thank you for you cooperation Brahmas. We look forward to a fun and safe Halloween on campus.
SENIORS: Check here for the November Senior Monthly News Letter coming on Thursday, November 1.
In addition to the Senior Monthly News Letter, the Guidance Office under the supervision of Assistant Principal, Mr. David Hong, produces the GLC Quarterly. The GLC Quarterly is a packet with a wealth of helpful information prepared for all Diamond Bar students and shared on a quarterly basis. ClickHERE to access the October 2018 GLC Quarterly.
Financial Aid Update: Seniors, Federal Student Aid Application (FAFSA) has a mobile app! Click HERE for more info.
In this section of my Principal’s Memo, you will find valuable resources and opportunities offered through our parent groups and community partnerships.
*Parents: Check out this information regarding Cyber Safety.
*Did You Know… October is #CyberAware Month? Get involved here: https://staysafeonline.org/ncsam/get-involved/
Reuben A. Jones
Diamond Bar High School