GO BIG GIVE - 24-Hour Charitable Challenge
The Doniphan-Trumbull Education Foundation is in its 4th year of the Go Big Give challenge. The Challenge is for non profits 501(c)(3) organizations in Hall, Hamilton, Howard and Merrick Counties.
The 24 hour On-line giving for 2017 begins at mid-night on Wednesday, May 3rd.
Please support the DT Education Foundation and your local TeamMates chapter by going to www.gobiggive.org/, entering Doniphan in the search box and then selecting to whom you wish to donate.
100% of your donation goes to the organization.
All funds given to D-T Education Foundation goes to our unrestricted fund that is managed by Edward Jones. Student Scholarships and district projects are then funded. Thanks so much for your support.
All funds for the TeamMates program will help with events, mentor training, background checks, and scholarships for every senior in the program who goes on to post-secondary schooling. Thanks so much for your support.
The Doniphan-Trumbull FFA Chapter held their first annual banquet on Monday, April 10th at 6:30 pm. Tom Pfeiffer started off the banquet with a warm welcome to the FFA members and their families. After he welcomed the crowd, Josie Samuelson gave announcements, a brief guideline of the night, and said the invocation. Following the meal the chapter handed out awards and gave the following members their newly earned degrees as a result of their hard work.
Greenhand Degrees: Joseph Kennedy, Mackenzie Knuth, Ella Kissinger, Kylie Horne
Chapter Degrees: Carson Niemoth, Brady Harrenstein, Lacey Hoffman, Joseph Kennedy, Mackenzie Knuthth, Ella Kissinger, Kyle Horne, Cade Schultz, Angelo Shafer, Brandy Happold.
The Star Greenhand this year was Brandy Happold. For Brandy to be nominated for this award she had to show many things, including great leadership and respect for others. Brandy was one of the most active first year FFA members. Brandy also had to have a great SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience). This includes keeping a good record book and showing leadership.
The Star Chapter Degree went to Josie Samuelson. She has improved in all areas in ag. She has an outstanding SAE and shows great leadership. Josie works hard on her SAE and to improve our FFA chapter. Josie also demonstrates the most involvement in the chapter’s activities in and out of school. Tom Pfeiffer received the Star in Ag Placement. Tom has been employed at Pfeiffer farms where he has worked with the agronomy part and precision farming applications in the operation.
The Chapter handed out Certificates of Appreciation to those that have helped out financially and also invested their time and efforts into helping our chapter grow.
Mark Pfeiffer received the Honorary Chapter FFA degree for an outstanding job helping out the FFA Chapter. He has helped in many ways including donating and raising money, letting the chapter use his land, and giving us a hand when needed. Mark went above and beyond what he was asked to do for this chapter.
The chapter introduced and installed New Officers for the 2017-18 year. They are: Josie Samuelson (President); Brenna Schuler (Vice President); Lacey Hoffman (Secretary); Carson Niemoth (Treasurer); Hailey VanOvereem (Reporter); Ben Jones (Sentinel); Ella Kissinger (Parliamentarian); Brady Harrenstein (Historian)
The Doniphan-Trumbull senior FFA members retired their jackets. All seniors hung up their jackets on a coat rack representing that they are no longer in the Doniphan FFA chapter. The chapter will strongly miss the FFA senior members, but they have a bright future in front of them. Seniors: Tom Pfeiffer, Baylee Beirow, Becka Reiners, Kyler Kroeger, Samantha Horne, Sarah Fitzgerald, Kendrick Baxter, Rashel Shafer, Tate Mazour.
This years 6th Graders will need to schedule a "School Physical" with their own physician.
at Doniphan Family Care Clinic
2011 W. Clarice Street
Doniphan, NE 68832
Any students in this year's 7th through 11th grades who plan to participate in any of the following activities listed below are required to have a "Sports Physical" on file before you will be able to participate/condition and compete in next year's school activities.
ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Dance, Football, Golf, Softball, Swimming, Track, Volleyball, Wrestling
The $25 fee (payable to DTHS) for each physical will be donated back to the Doniphan-Trumbull sports program.
Parents do not need to accompany their student to physicals but must have the history section of the pre-participation physical form filled out and signed prior to the physical.
PLEASE COME HYDRATED
URINE SAMPLE WILL NEED TO BE PROVIDED
Doniphan-Trumbull Spring Play is underway!!
"The Ever After" by Nathan Hartswick, is about a cheesy talk show host who invites traditional fairy tale characters who have been estranged for 20 years to reconcile on live television. From Snow White and the Evil Queen to Cinderella and her middle-aged Ugly Stepsisters, this TV show parody asks the question, ’Can’t we all just get along?’ The talk show is punctuated by questions from obnoxious studio audience members and hilarious infomercials for fairy tale related products. Even Jiminy Cricket-now an occupational therapist and author of ’My Life as Your Conscience’-makes a guest appearance to lend his professional opinion. Complete with a trash-talking clairvoyant mirror, an unfortunate prince who is turning slowly back into a frog and many other wacky fractured fairy tale bits, your talk show spoof will be the talk of the town!
Performance date is April 29th @ 7pm in the West Gym!!!
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