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  • Salvation Army Kettle Drive! Starting on November 27 through December 11th, DHS is hosting a Salvation Army Kettle Drive. DHS Student Government would like to request the help of DeKalb Central families to raise money to help those in need in our community. The kettle drive will take place during school hours for student donations. The kettle will also be available at the November 28th and December 11th home basketball games for parents and community member donations. Come out to DHS and support your Barons and the Salvation Army!
    Posted Nov 20, 2015, 12:30 PM by webmaster dnt
  • Food Chem Perfects Vinaigrette Recipes! Students in Food Chem had a dry run for their vinaigrette recipe tasting.  A few lucky classes got to visit the room and taste the different recipes. Official presentation and tasting is Thursday.   
    Posted Nov 17, 2015, 7:07 AM by webmaster dnt
  • New Tech 5K Race Raises Money for Local Charities! Friday, October 30th, DeKalb New Tech's Consumer Communication class hosted a 5K fundraising event in Downtown Auburn.  There were close to 50 participants and numerous donors and volunteers that helped make the event a success!  Students raised $1,000 to split among the following local charities:  Warm A HeartDCICShelter MinistriesSalvation Army Bell-ringing campaignThank you to everyone that helped students learn through giving back to the community!
    Posted Nov 6, 2015, 9:29 AM by webmaster dnt
  • World Bio Students Learn First Hand How the Agricultural Practices Have Evolved! World Bio students traveled to Brechbill Farms to see how agricultural practices have evolved from primary to extraordinary in DeKalb County. Some feature items included operating and utilizing a drone to survey crops, analyzing soil components, and evaluating the overall cost of cover crops. This experience allowed the students to gain an understanding of today's agriculture from the business, science, and management aspects of cover crops.DeKalb New Tech students are working on a project called, "Start Primary, Become Extraordinary" and the driving question is "People and places-How do you start primary and become extraordinary?" We have teamed up with Matt Bechdol, GeoSilos President, who has been teaching the students how to use GIS story mapping software and ...
    Posted Nov 5, 2015, 8:15 AM by webmaster dnt
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