April 29th: College Night

We cordially invite you to attend this College Night to receive more information about the college application process and prepare for senior year! There will be great information at the beginning, and then we will have guest speakers from admissions offices to explore an interactive way of understanding the “behind the scenes” process for applying to college and getting admitted.

When: April 29, 2015 (Wednesday)
Where: DCIS Baker – Auditorium
When: 6:00 – 7:45 pm
Who: Sophomores wanting to get an early start on learning more about preparing for college + PARENTS/GUARDIANS
ALL juniors so that you are prepared in advance to get ready for senior year!!! + PARENTS/GUARDIANS

We will have Spanish interpreters attending for translation as well.

Testing Schedule

We will be having an altered schedule for the next two weeks due to our testing, please keep in mind the changes in our times and schedule.

Monday 4/27 Tuesday 4/28 Wednesday 4/29 Thursday 4/30 Friday 5/1
·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

·         Period 1/6:        7:25-9:25 (120 minutes)·         Period 3/8:        9:30-11:30 (120 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:30-12:25 (55 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:30-2:30 (120 minutes)

·         Period 1/6:        7:25-9:25 (120 minutes)·         Period 3/8:        9:30-11:30 (120 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:30-12:25 (55 minutes)

Period 5/10:      12:30-2:30 (120 minutes)

·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

Monday 5/4 Tuesday 5/5 Wednesday 5/6 Thursday 5/7 Friday 5/8
·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

·         Advisement:      7:25-8:10 (45 minutes)·         Period 1/6:        8:15-9:55 (100 minutes)

·         Period 3/8:        10:00-11:40 (100 minutes)

·         Lunch:              11:45-12:45 (60 minutes)

·         Period 5/10:      12:50-2:30 (100 minutes)

May 22: Summer School Deadline

You can find information about registering for Summer School here. Please keep in mind: enrollments are on a first-come, first-serve basis, for which the application deadline is 5:00 PM (MST) on Friday, May 22, 2015. Please see the counselors with any questions.

April 24th: Middle School Dance

The Middle School dance will be held Friday, April 24th, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. The theme is NEON. Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door, and can be purchased the first half of lunch outside the main office on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
– All students MUST be picked up at 8:30. We cannot leave students unattended after the dance is over.
– Tickets will be sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays (April 14, 16, 21, and 23) outside the main office. Tickets purchased in advance are $3 and will be $5 at the door.
– No students from other schools will be admitted to the dance.

April 17th: DCIS PTSA Fundraiser

ptsa fundraiserThe DCIS PTSA has just announced its Spring Fundraiser! Please join them on Friday, April 17 from 6:30-9:00 pm at Elements Massage Highpointe (Hampden & I-25) for an evening of chair, hand & foot massages, wine, cheese and the opportunity to hang out with other DCIS parents. Tickets can be purchased here for $59. 100% of the proceeds will benefit students of DCIS through PTSA grants! Space is limited, so please purchase your tickets early.

Additionally, the PTSA’s fundraiser with Westerra Credit Union continues. Westerra Credit Union has offered to donate to the DCIS PTSA to help us raise funds in a way that not only supports the PTSA, but also gives our students, families and friends incentives to save money by using our local school district credit union. The PTSA gets $52.80 for each student who opens a savings account. Plus, you can get $52.80 for each checking and Visa® account you open – and the PTSA gets $52.80 for each account, too! Just mention the DCIS (at Baker) PTSA when opening these accounts. For more information, contact the PTSA.