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                  Seminar, as it is set up in our school system, can be valuable to both the student and the teacher.  This is the time that a large portion of extracurricular activities take place.  The seminar period gives students an active voice in student affairs and can provide valuable lessons in citizenship. Each seminar group will elect a Student Council Representative. Seminar should never become a playhouse. Time not devoted to student activities or organizations is to be treated as study hall time.

                  To leave seminar to go to the library, a computer lab or another seminar group, the student must have a pass from the teacher who has given the student the assignment or project that they need to complete for their class. This pass should be in the student’s possession prior to coming to seminar. 

                  Seminar is set up so that every other Monday is reserved for Student Council affairs. The remaining seminar days will be for student organization meetings, assemblies, and other scheduled classes or activities.


     All staff will be assigned a group of students to include students from each grade level.  These students will be assigned with that teacher all six years of DCHS.  These groups will meet at least once a month during a scheduled seminar to bond as a group and help each other in various areas such as scheduling, activities, social concerns, and academic concerns.

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