Sophomores, Class of 2020 Updated 3/23/18
Mt. Sac - Free SAT and ACT Math Workshop
See our 'Off Campus Opportunities' link for the flyer discussing the free SAT and ACT workshops provided by Mt. Sac.
Registration for Junior Year
Registration Cards have all been collected. If you still have yours turn in ASAP to your GLC.
GLC Registration Appointment Sign-Ups
This has now closed. See your GLC if you did not make an appointment.
Note: We are using the school provided student gmail account: ID@stu.wvusd.org
The semester grades are permanent marks on your child’s academic record.
New documents posted to our page
Please take some time to review 'College Preparation Checklist' and 'Middle Class Scholarship Brochure'. Both are informative as they relate to college or financial aid. They are provided by the Office of the US Department of Education.
Reminder about Dress Code
With the colder months ahead we wanted to remind all students that NO Hoods or Beanie's may be worn. You may wear a hood if it is raining. You may wear a beanie if it is a Diamond Bar High School issued beanie.
Remember that a student’s UC/CSU GPA is based on grades earned in academic classes taken during tenth and eleventh grades. Students need to work hard and do their best so they can look back on their sophomore transcript without regret. If your child looks like he is slipping in an academic class, have him see his GLC about the many free tutoring options available on campus, including CSF drop-in tutoring Monday – Thursday from 3-4:30 in room 602 or 606, or getting a private tutor. All available tutoring is listed on our main 'Guidance' webpage. Click on the link to the right.
This is also a good time for your child to start getting involved with both DBHS extracurricular activities and service for the community at large. It is true that universities like to see well-rounded students but the real benefit of volunteer work is found in the many wonderful ways it impacts us as human beings. Remember there is no one way to volunteer or participate – encourage your child to seek something he or she has a passion for and get involved!
Please help your students clear up any absences by writing notes or calling the very next day after an absence. Your children are responsible for getting their absences cleared the day after an absence and know they will receive discipline for any absences not cleared after that time. Oversleeping is not recognized as a valid excuse and students who oversleep should expect the consequences associated with unexcused absences.
Cell phones can be a major disruption and safety concern and should be turned off at all times during the school day except lunch and brunch. Please help us by telling your students to keep their phones turned off and reminding them that they can check messages from you during lunch and brunch. In case of an emergency, they can easily get in touch with you by going to the attendance office to use the school phone or by seeing their GLC.
Please see the school website dbhs.org for all the latest news and announcements. The Bull Sheet is posted there weekly with the announcements the students receive in their classrooms. These announcements have important reminders, deadlines, tryout dates for clubs, activities, and much more.
REMIND: We have sent out MANY messages using this app based program and will continue to send out important reminders to the class of 2020 and their parents. To sign up please send a text to the number: 81010 & in the message type in: @dbhs2020. You can also see the document below to receive alerts through other means if you don't want to receive text messages.
DBHS RULES AND EXPECTATIONS: Please read the student handbook/planner to familiarize yourself with campus policies. See the Power Point Presentation below as GLC's have met with all sophomore as part of our Due Process meeting. This meeting allows us to review school rules and expectations. Look for 'Sophomore Due Process Meeting' Power Point Presentation.
Get involved on campus. Treat your teachers and other adults on campus with respect. Be kind. Help each other out. Most of all, have a wonderful sophomore year!
Ms. Auten and Mr. Natividad