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DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL

Home of the Tigers

1670 Hwy 88

Minden, NV  89423

(775) 782-5136 - Main Office

(775) 782-7039 - Fax

 

   
 

DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

Douglas High School students will have opportunities to achieve their potential and to graduate as competent, life-long learners who will continue to grow as productive citizens.

Douglas High School is fully accredited through

AdvancED logo  www.northwestaccreditation.org logo   

DHS Executive Summary
DHS External Review Report
June 2013

Douglas High School uses Portable Document Formats (PDF) to provide our visitors with the most extensive infor-mation available. 

In order to view some of the attached documents, follow the link provided below to download the FREE viewer.


      

 

Click here for a map of the Douglas High School Campus as it will be in the Fall of 2015.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

  • Douglas County School District appreciates the feedback we receive from our parents.  Each year we offer the opportunity for parents to provide us with feedback on how we are doing with the various aspects of your child’s education and services we provide.  Results for each school will be provided to the site administrator in early June 2015.  If you are unable to access the survey using the link below (also available on the district website), or if you would prefer to complete the survey in paper and pencil format, we have those available in the main office.  The window will be open to complete this until Friday, May 15, 2015. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.
    http://www.k12insight.com/k/RQsQPSURsQUTsPsPsP

  • April 6-10 ~ Spring Break
  • Saturday, April 18 ~ Prom
  • Friday, May 22 ~ Mountain Madness
  • Monday, May 25 ~ Memorial Day NO SCHOOL
  • Thursday, May 28 ~ Grad Nite
  • Friday, May 29 ~ Graduation
  • We are excited as we get closer to welcoming the current 8th and 9th grade students to Douglas High School next year! We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions that should help parents and students. Should you have any questions not addressed here, please don't hesitate to contact us.
  • School Attendance Requirements for Driver’s Licenses and/or Permits: Beginning January 1, 2015, Nevada State Law requires that anyone under the age of 18 who applies for an instruction permit, driver's license or driver authorization card must provide the DMV with proof that he or she meets the minimum school attendance requirements.
         Please contact Kelly Benoit at 782-5136, extension 1760 or via email at kbenoit@dcsd.k12.nv.us 24 hours in advance of picking it up.    We will generate the form and have it available for you at the front office 24 hours after receiving your request if you are a student who meets the minimum requirement of 90% school attendance

    WNC OFFERS NEW DRIVER EDUCATION CLASSES

    CARSON CITY – New Driver Education courses for teens age 15 and older will be offered by Western Nevada College throughout the spring.  Each session includes four days of instruction, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cost: $100.   
          Two spring classes will be offered in Douglas County Saturdays, February 28-March 21 at the Eastfork Fire Station on Stephanie Lane, and Monday-Thursday, April 6-9 (Douglas High School spring break) at the Douglas Western Nevada College Campus at 1680 Bentley Parkway, Minden.
          Young drivers will learn safe driving techniques through lectures, class discussion, guest speakers, and films that cover Nevada driving regulations, basic vehicle control, and driving maneuvers in various situations and environments. Nevada state law requires new drivers under age 18 to take a 30-hour New Driver Education course if one is offered within 30 miles of their home.
        In addition to Nevada driving regulations, the course covers how to handle distractions, peer pressure, and how to prevent falling asleep at the wheel and driving under the influence. Speakers include public safety officials and insurance representatives.  Instruction includes tips on how to drive safely around large trucks and motorcycles and avoid unexpected objects in the road, as well as maneuvering safely through roundabouts and rules for driving in bad weather.
          To register for the non-credit class go to http://www.wnc.edu/drivereducation/. For more information call 445-4458.

  • If there has been a change in any of your student's demographics (address, phone etc.) please contact us as soon as possible to update this information. It is very important that we have correct information in case of an emergency.

Important Newsletter Information!

In an effort to help keep costs to a minimum, we will not be mailing out monthly newsletters unless you request that they be sent to you.  The newsletter will be available on our website the first week of each month at Newsletters.  You may request that we email you the Newsletter by contacting us at kseelbin@dcsd.k12.nv.us. This will enable us to email you the daily announcements as well as monthly newsletters and other important information. Thank you for your part in helping us to reduce expenses and to go green.

 

 

Connect with your Student's Education

PowerSchool Parent Portal

PowerSchool Parent Logins to change Effective January 3, current parent logins will no longer allow access to your student's PowerSchool account.  Our IT department has developed a system whereby you will generate one login and password to access all of your students' information district wide.  Please visit the district website at www.dcsd.k12.nv.us for further information.

Click on the link above to access the Douglas High School PowerSchool site.  You can check grades, check attendance, email teachers, and request emails be sent to you on a regular basis concerning your student's grades and class work. Contact the school at 782-5136 if you need assistance with the username and password.

Principal's Message:

                       

Welcome to the Douglas High School website.  The community of the Carson Valley is proud of our students and their accomplishments.  A major reason why Douglas High School is a great place is because we have exceptional students, parents, staff, and community members working together to provide meaningful educational opportunities.

We have a common vision of the future for each of our students that our school mission statement reflects:

“Douglas High School students will have opportunities to achieve their potential and to graduate as competent, life-long learners who continue to grow as productive citizens.”

Our staff and community want the best for our students, and we work hard to achieve our mission and to meet the dreams and goals of our students.

On our website you will find valuable information about the programs and opportunities we have at our school.  There is also a link to the Douglas County School District website if you would like to learn more about our school district.

Please feel free to contact any of our staff if you have any questions or comments.

Go Tigers!

Marty Swisher, Principal

    

 

OTHER LINKS/CONTACT

INFORMATION:

Please read about our Physical Education Department's new emphasis this year by following this link: 

PE Focuses on Fitness First

 

BELL SCHEDULE

"A" Days
     Zero Period

     6:40-7:33 a.m.

     1st Period

     7:40-9:28 a.m.

     Break

     9:28-9:38 a.m.

     3rd Period

     9:42-11:35 a.m.

     Lunch

     11:35 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

     5th Period

     12:19 p.m.-2:06 p.m.

"B" Days
     Zero Period

     6:40-7:33 a.m.

     2nd Period

     7:40-9:28 a.m.

     Break

     9:28-9:38 a.m.

     4th Period

     9:42-11:35 a.m.

     Lunch

     11:35 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

     6th Period

     12:19 p.m.-2:06 p.m.

 

Douglas County School District

Mission Statement

The Douglas County School District, in partnership with parents and community, will ensure that all students achieve excellence in education, character, and citzenship.

 

Notice of Non-Discrimination

The Douglas County School District Board of Trustees supports equal educational opportunity for students free from discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin (Board Policy No. 103).  This concept of equal opportunity serves as a guide for staff in making decisions relating to school facilities; and selection of educational materials, equipment, curriculum, and regulations affecting students.   In support of this policy and in compliance with the requirements of federal law, no student will be required to attend mandatory meetings solely based on the student’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin.

 

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