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The DCHS Student Council hosted the first-ever all-school swimming party on August 25, after the annual sport scrimmages. Nearly 90 students in grades 7-12 showed up for the party, which hopefully will become a tradition.
Stuco and Booster Club collected money throughout the evening to help Carie Nichols and her family, whose home was destroyed by fire on Tuesday, Aug. 23. Over $2,200 was collected.
Contests were held throughout the evening. Winners were Reegon Witt - best belly flop; Dayton Kempt - biggest splash; Trevor Bruhn - smallest splash; and Tabor Erickson - best trick.
The first day of school began with all students in grades 7-12 receiving their new Chromebooks. It ended with snocones. Beginning with the seniors, the students lined up in the office as Mr. Jimenez handed each of them a new Chromebook.
The first day of school ended with Mr. Jimenez-- with help from Mr. Williby and Mr. Gehring --making snowcones for all the students.
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