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Mrs. Mindy Breckner, Elementary Guidance Counselor, has some great news to share with the District. Some featured stories on her web page include Elementary Student Council, Doniphan Fall Festival, Teacher Recognition, and NWEA testing. Check out her site below.
Courtesy of Steve White @ stevewhitenews.
Sports Recap 9/19-9/24
9/19 FB JH vs. Wood River
FB JV vs. Wood River
VB JH vs. Wood River
VB C vs. Wood River
SB JV vs. York
9/20 Golf Gibbon Scramble: A-Division 2nd place 78, Sidney, Kinzie, Jenna; C-Division Kelsey, Josie, Arianna
XC Crete Invite - no info at this time
VB JH vs. HSC - no info at this time
VB C vs. HSC - no info at this time
VB JV vs. HSC - no info at this time
VB vs. HSC Courtesy of GI Independent - Class C-2 No. 7-rated Doniphan-Trumbull won a battle of rated opponents 25-21, 13-25, 25-19, 25-15 over No. 9 Hastings St. Cecilia. Makenna Niemoth piled up 27 kills for the Cardinals (12-1) while Logan Poppe and Kalee Wiltfong each added 13. Carsyn Poppe finished with 50 set assists. HASTINGS TRIBUNE article
9/22 VB JH @ A/C - no info at this time
9/23 Golf LPC @ Indianhead Team 491 4th/4; Sidney 2nd-99, Jenna T11 109-PR, Kinzie 136, Kelsey-147, Sam DQ
FB @ Sandy Creek
9/24 VB @ A/C 2016 AC VB Invite Results 2016 Volleyball Tourney.pdf
SB @ Central City vs. Pierce
As we get into the full swing of our fall sports at DT we want to remember that sportsmanship is a big part of the games too.
What Is Good Sportsmanship?
Sportsmanship involves ALL those at a game. This includes teammates, opponents, coaches, and officials and the respect they show for one another. Most athletes acquire their knowledge of sportsmanship from the adults in their lives. The real winners in sports are those who understand that it is not only winning or losing, but how you play the game - with dignity and respect.
The way we at DT can help our athletes understand good sportsmanship is to show them that it includes heroic efforts and small gestures. It can be as simple as shaking hands with the opponent before or after the game, recognizing a good play, or even accepting bad calls in a graceful manner.
Good sportsmanship is not always easy. It can be hard to say congratulations to the other team after losing. But those athletes that are able to learn how to do this will reap the benefits for years to come.
When we emphasize good sportsmanship we help our athletes take pride in their accomplishments and improving their skills. It is our job to encourage athletes to play fair, have fun, and help their team as they improve on their own playing abilities.
How can you at DT foster good sportsmanship?
Here are some links that show some outstanding sportsmanship in action.
D-T I CARE
I - Integrity
C - Commitment to Excellence
A - Attitude
R - Responsibility
E - Enthusiasm for Learning
The D-T I CARE program is in its 2nd year of inception. The purpose of this program is to encourage students to display one of the attributes posted above. When a member of D-T staff or faculty “catch” a student they are given a D-T I CARE ticket. The student then brings that ticket to their principal. Students explain why they have received the ticket and then they are entered into a monthly drawing.
DTPS is promoting positivity and good attitudes that we hope to spread to every member of the D-T family of students.
Harvest of Harmony Parade - Sat. October 1st
6:30am -- Arrive at DT (change into uniform, load busses, assemble instruments)
7:30am -- Depart DT en route to Howard Elementary
7:55am -- Arrive at staging area; Wait in grassy area
8:40am -- Parade Line-up/step-off time (DT is the 55th entry in order)
9:15am -- Approx. End of parade (load instruments in bus QUICKLY, remain in uniform)
9:45am -- Return to HS
** Undress from uniform, HANG IT BACK UP
***DO NOT LEAVE YOUR UNIFORM SCATTERED ABOUT IN THE BAND ROOM
* * * * * BREAK * * * * *
Doniphan Fall Festival
1:00pm -- Return to high school (change into uniform, find instrument & flip folder for Fall Festival parade)
*Dress into uniform, warm-up
2:15pm -- Line-up for parade
*Trumpet duet depart for booth for Star Spangled Banner
2:30pm -- Fall Festival Parade begins
2:45pm -- Parade ends; Return to school
*HANG UP uniform in garment bags
**Put instruments AWAY
***CLEAN UP band room
It is YOUR responsibility to make sure you have everything you need, which are your instrument/case and ALL parts of your uniform. At the end of the day, make sure everything gets put away properly.
A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part!!!
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