Class of 2020

Class of 2020 Parents and Students, 

Well, we’ve made it to our final week. I don’t think this is how any of us envisioned it back in September, but we are here, congratulations! 

Just a reminder that this Thursday, May 21st is your last day. Please make sure that all of your work is completed and turned in by then. Some of your teachers may be asking for it earlier. If it is possible, please get it into them then. For those of you that may be missing past assignments, these are all due by May 21st too. 

The number 1 question I have gotten since March 13th has been what about Commencement? Our goal is to honor the Class of 2020 in some way, but we would love your input about how to do that. Please click on Commencement Survey or Translated Commencement Survey and let us know your thoughts. Our hope is to have some plans to you all by the first week of June at the latest. The survey will only be open until Monday, May 25th.

Finally, the cap and gown pick-up and textbook/chromebook drop off is this Friday. There will be no onsite cap and gown or tassel sales. Please visit DHS Josten’s site to order them before Wednesday to make sure they are ready for you on Friday!


Mr. Martin

May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month

May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month. May is National Physical Fitness & Sports Month! The President’s Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition is excited to encourage everyone to #MoveInMay, but remember to continue to practice social distancing while you’re being active.
In the United States, the first Saturday in May is National Fitness Day. This motivational day sets out to celebrate the power of physical fitness to change lives. National Fitness Day gives each of us a voice to share how fitness empowers us. Throughout the day, join community events and get moving.

No Google Classroom “Meet” This Week

All teachers have been instructed not to use google classroom “Meet” or “Hangouts” as of April 24th. We will not have a Meet this week. We will still be using google classroom for assignments. This weeks assignment is posted in google classroom.

If you need help with your assignment or have any questions please send me an email.

Chromebook Pick-Up


Our next Chromebook pick-up for students that need one will be on Monday, April 27th from 10-2 pm in the front circle drive. Please practice appropriate social distancing as you come up to the auditorium doors. We apologize that this is a change from what was shared this past weekend.


Mr. Martin

Office Hours

Office Hours:

Wednesday 1:00 pm. to 3:00 pm.

Thursday 1:00 pm. to 3:00 pm.

If you need any questions or need help please send me an email. During office hours I will be monitoring my emails the entire time and reply . If you have a question outside of the office hours I will reply as soon as I see the email.

The Learning Continues

Students and Parents,

Hopefully this week’s workouts went well. I look forward to receiving your checklists sometime today.


Physical Education will be moving to a Google Classroom format. The assignments will still be the same. We will be using the same checklist to document workouts only it will be returned by way of Google Classroom. Students will be asked to join their respective class and will use the following class-specific code to enter into the virtual class:

1st Hour Rec Sports Code: zq5kqh3

2nd Hour PE 9 2nd Code 5saatw4

3rd Hour PE 9 3rd Code qsivweu

4th Hour Aerobic / Wts Code hpwjhwj

5th Hour Team Sports Code qszi7nf

Also, beginning next week through the end of the semester, we will be using Google Hangout to have face-to-face time where we can discuss our workouts, ask and answer questions, etc. Google Hangout times: 

1st hour is every Monday at 1:00 p.m. to 1:40

2nd Hour is every Monday at 1:40 p.m. to 2:20

3rd Hour is every Monday at 2:20 p.m. to 3:00

4th Hour is every Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. to 1:40

5th Hour is every Tuesday at 1:40 p.m. to 2:20

We will also have office hours on Wednesdays from 1:00-3:00 p.m.

As always, if you have any questions, you can email me, write on my blog or send me a message through Google Classroom.

Hope you are all safe and well!

Mr. Mahar

30-30 Challenge

Mr. Hummel the District Superviser of Physical Education has challenge all high school physical education students to walk/run a mile everyday for the next 30 days. Please use the link below to sign up for the challenge.

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