November 24, 2014

Community Day Projects

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Community Day Projects Community Day Projects

Dansville High School Marching Band

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Dansville High School Marching Band Dansville High School Marching Band

High School Science Olympiad

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High School Science Olympiad High School Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad Participants

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Science Olympiad Participants Science Olympiad Participants

Middle School Science Olympiad

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Middle School Science Olympiad Middle School Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad

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Science Olympiad Science Olympiad

Clearing Trees for Drainage Project

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Clearing Trees for Drainage Project Clearing Trees for Drainage Project

District Drainage Project

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District Drainage Project District Drainage Project

Band at Homecoming

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Band at Homecoming Band at Homecoming

District News and Events

Aggie Football Team Hosts Play Off Game

This Friday, October 31st, the Dansville Aggies will host Burton Atherton at Fuller Field at 7:30 p.m.. There will be a chance to purchase pre-sale tickets on Thursday and Friday of this week at the HS office for $5. The gates will open at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. Please note that passes are not accepted at MHSAA tournament games. Congratulations to the Aggies who will make their 6th trip to the Playoffs, achieving this milestone for the second time in the last three years!

Attention Students: Friday night at the playoff football it will be a Halloween out!! Wear your best Halloween costumes to the game to support our boys!

But there’s a catch: a little friendly competition! We will have 3 judges at the game. You will not know who they are but they will be looking! The best, most creative and amazing Halloween costume will win a $15 gift card to Sugarberry in Okemos! We have opened this up to all three schools!! Each school will have one winner! Come ready to cheer on the boys!!

Quick reminder that all costumes must be school appropriate. No weapons of any kind. No inappropriate clothing etc. !! MASKS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO BE WORN IN FULLER FIELD. LEAVE YOUR MASKS AT HOME. Please follow these rules as if you do not your costume will not qualify for the contest, and you may be asked to change. So don’t take any chances!
Let’s go Aggies!

FFA Annual Homecoming Pulled Pork Dinner

The annual FFA Homecoming Pulled Pork Dinner will be held on Friday October 10, 2014 in the High School Commons from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm.   Dinners are $8 for pre-order or $10 at the door, kids under 5 are free.   Order early by emailing Amanda Sturm at sturma@dansville.org.   To-go dinners are also available.  Thank you for your continued support of our FFA program!

Michigan Teacher of the Year for 2015-2016

We need your help! Please help us identify and recognize Michigan’s excellent
teachers and the contributions they make to the success of the learning community.
The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) provides the nomination form that
makes it easy for you, school parents, students, and other Michigan citizens to tell a
great teacher that her/his efforts are recognized and appreciated.

http://www.michigan.gov/documents/mde/2015-16_MTOY_469583_7.pdf

 

Chief Judge Honorable Richard J. Garcia visits the Middle School

On September 16th, middle school students were introduced to Chief Judge Honorable Richard J. Garcia, Probate Court Judge for Ingham County.  Judge Garcia was asked to visit Dansville Middle School to help strengthen the message about the importance of being on time to school every day.  In addition to this, Judge Garcia stressed the idea that students need a goal in their lives they are passionate about, and more importantly a plan on how they will achieve that goal.  He asked students to follow three simple rules:  1.) Find something they love to do and make it their career 2.) Decide between right and wrong (and always imagine their grandparents sitting right next to them when they make that final decision) and 3.)  Be on time, EVERY time!  We want students to understand the importance of establishing routines, like being on time to school and to class, at a young age so it becomes a norm in their everyday life.   Judge Garcia was very receptive with the students, and it was great having him visit us here at Dansville Schools, we hope he visits again in the future!

 

Chief Judge Honorable Richard J. Garcia

Chief Judge Honorable Richard J. Garcia

Support the Teachers. Support the Course

A message from State Superintendent Mike Flanagan

Support the Teachers. Support the Course.
A 3-minute video supporting teachers, parents, and school staff; moving forward and staying on course to lead our kids to greater success.

 

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