Tuesday, July 21, 2020, our U.S. Congressman, Representative Gil Cisneros, recognized the fundraising efforts of DBHS freshman L’Mio Edwards on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.Uploaded Jul 23, 2020
Class of 2021 Students and Parents,
Greetings from your Grade Level Coordinators! We are excited to send to you our latest version of the DGN-Class of 2021 Good News Video series. We have some awesome students doing awesome things and this video highlights a few of them. (PUBLISHED 23 JUNE 2020)
The replacement of our field is almost complete! Who would have thought it would be a large sewing project. We will be using a green infill (small particle fill) on top of the turf, instead of the black infill used previously. That should help keep the field cooler.Uploaded Jun 21, 2020
Congratulations to DBHS teacher TY WATKINS for being chosen as Walnut Valley Unified School District's 2019-20 Teacher of the Year out of nearly 700 instructors.
Tuesday, June 16, WVUSD School Board President Larry Redinger, Superintendent Robert Taylor, Principal Reuben Jones and other district and school staff surprised Ty at his home letting him know the good news!
In his 16 years as a Brahma, Ty has initiated our new AP Human Geography class, coached multiple sports here at DBHS including football, basketball, golf, and softball. This year, he unselfishly joined the Pathways Communications Academy team and took on a class he had never taught: Leadership. Since being involved in PCA Leadership, he arranged the behind-the-scenes tour at Knott’s “SCARY” Farm, created that amazing Haunted House in the 500 building and has brought numerous guest speakers (including accomplished Brahma alumni) for the seniors to hear. Ty continues to work as an outstanding AP teacher, providing his students with multiple after school study sessions, where he comes in after softball practice and stays for a couple hours late at night, in preparation for the AP exams. He is always willing to go above and beyond in supporting DBHS.
L'Mio Edwards, a recent Chaparral Middle School graduate and a soon-to-be Diamond Bar High Brahma, is running more than three miles every day to raise money for families hit hard by the Corona virus, and her father drives alongside her every night to keep her safe.
It's hard to keep up with 14-year-old L'Mio Edwards. She’s a straight A student, a nationally-ranked track star, and fiercely fast fundraiser.
"I’ve been running since around third grade," she said. "After running for so long I thought I might use it for something if I’m going to be stuck at home."
The soon to be Diamond Bar High School freshman is running 5K, every day, for 30 days, to raise money for families in need during coronavirus, and her father drives by her side on every run.
Class of 2020 Grade Level Coordinators Ginger Auten & Marc Natividad have produced a final video message for their graduates, a few thoughts to help with the transition to life after high school.Uploaded Jun 11, 2020