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  • Homecoming Dance Dresscode and Agreement - Due Oct. 13

    The Homecoming Dance will take place on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.  Please review the semi-formal and casual dresscodes below. 
    The Dresscode Agreement must be signed by students and guests, and their parents, in order to purchase tickets for the dance. 
    This is the same protocol utilized for Prom 2016. 
    The Agreement must be turned into the student's class moderator by Oct. 13 in order to purchase tickets. No tickets will be sold at the door. 
    Class moderators are Doctora Brown for seniors; Mrs. Heberling for juniors; Mr. Staub for sophomores; and Mr. Hatez for freshmen. 
    Tickets will be on sale the week prior to the dance.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Students - Start Planning for Spirit Week - Oct. 16-23

    Sunday, Oct. 16 - Student Council is now accepting registration for Powderpuff Football (girls) and Powderpuff Volleyball (boys) from students in grades 9-12. Boys’ Powder Puff Volleyball will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 12 p.m. Girls’ Powder Puff Football will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Please return the attached form and the $20 registration fee in an envelope to Miss Pinkos in Room 121 by Sept. 30, 2016. Please make sure your name and grade are on the envelope.

    Monday, Oct. 17-Monsters University Day: Wear college spirit apparel. Sweatshirts are allowed. Dressing in only a color combination is not acceptable; students must wear apparel that clearly states the college. Attaching paper to clothes that says the name of a college is not acceptable. Students may not create their own T-shirts. Hats, wig, and bandanas are permitted but are to be removed upon teacher request. Normal dress down day rules apply (see handbook), except for clearly stated exceptions. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.

    Tuesday, Oct. 18-Prince/Princess Dress Up Day: Come dressed in your best! Normal dress-up rules apply (see handbook). Crowns and sashes (must be gender appropriate) are encouraged! Hats, wigs, and bandanas are permitted but are to be removed upon teacher request. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.

    Wednesday, Oct. 19-Hawaii Day *Test Day*: Students must report in full school uniform. Brightly colored socks, ties, and Hawaii leis are permitted. Socks must cover the ankle bone. For girls, socks must come to at least the mid-calf.

    Thursday, Oct. 20-Disney Character/Tourist Day: Students have the option to dress as a Disney character or an extreme Disney tourist.
    Disney Character: Students must wear appropriate Disney costumes. Costumes must be recognizable and gender appropriate.
    Extreme Disney Tourist: Students must be clearly dressed as an extreme Disney tourist (ex: Mickey/Minnie ears; character accessories; Disney Lanyard with pins; Disney apparel)
    Normal dress down day rules apply (see handbook), except for clearly stated exceptions. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.

    Friday, Oct. 21-Class Color Day: Wear class colors. Your class color must be the dominate color. Jeans and sneakers are permitted. Hats, wigs, and bandanas are permitted but are to be removed upon teacher request. Normal dress down day rules apply (see handbook), except for clearly stated exceptions. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.
    Freshman-Green
    Sophomores-Orange
    Juniors-Purple
    Seniors-Black & Gold; Red & Blue

    Saturday, Oct. 22-Homecoming Dance, details To Be Announced

    Clothing with explicit, suggestive, or unwholesome content is never permitted. A vote by the faculty will be made on who wins the “best dressed” prize for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. There will be one winner per class, unless one or more of the classes have no member who enthusiastically participates in the theme day. The prizes for the winner of the “best dressed” will be free homecoming tickets. Students who chose to disobey the established dress code will sit in front of the main office and will not be allowed to attend class until proper attire is worn.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Celebrate with Sr. Maria Wrubel

    Sister Maria Wrubel, R.S.M. celebrated 75 years as a Sister of Mercy on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016.  Sister Maria taught French here from 1952-62 and 1969-94.

    If you'd like to send well wishes, please send them to:
    Mercy Center
    PO Box 370
    Dallas, Pa. 18612

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Alert: Second Athletics Change

    The JV Football game scheduled for Monday, Sept. 12 will now be vs. Littlestown at 6 p.m. at Delone Catholic. 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Revisions Made to Sept. Lunch Menu

    Due to product unavailability it was necessary to make several changes to the Sept. Lunch Menu. A revised menu is attached.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Now Accepting Registration for Powderpuff Football and Volleyball

    Student Council is now accepting registration for Powderpuff Football (girls) and Powderpuff Volleyball (boys) from students in grades 9-12. Boys’ Powder Puff Volleyball will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 12 p.m. Girls’ Powder Puff Football will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Please return the attached form and the $20 registration fee in an envelope to Miss Pinkos in Room 121 by Sept. 30, 2016. Please make sure your name and grade are on the envelope.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Annual Magazine Drive Underway

    Please consider support the annual magazine drive. This school-wide fundraiser provides funds for the student clubs and organizations to help offset costs for students to participate. Magazines can be ordered online at APmags.com with the code SQUIRES1 (in all caps). Please enter the student's name who you wish to support. IMPORTANT: Be sure to print out a receipt for the student to turn in (or email the receipt to the student so he/she can print it out to turn in) so that your order will count towards his/her goal. Thank you for your support! 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Back to School Night

    Back to School Night is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 7-9 p.m. Parents will follow their student's schedule for "A" day and "B1." Please join us in the cafeteria at 7 p.m. for a welcome and introduction of Vice Principal Mrs. Williams. At the conclusion of the evening at 9 p.m., refreshments will be provided by the PTO in the cafeteria. Be sure to fill out a copy of your student's schedule to bring with you!

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Attention Parents: First Day Forms Issue Resolved

    MMS has resolved the first day forms issue. By logging into your parent portal, you should see the following: 

    "Update Student Information" which you will click, and then click "Continue."
    You may log in and see a message "Click 'Current Student' to access first day forms." You will click "Current Student" then "Continue."
    If you click "Current Student" and it shows a screen with "Household List" and a button underneath titled "Go To Registration," you'll want to click "Go To Registration."

    If you still have any problems please email kheilman@delonecatholic.org so your MMS portal can be personally reviewed. 
    Thank you for your patience in this trial year! 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Attention Parents

    We are aware of a technical problem with the back-to-school forms on the MMS Parent Portal. We will notify you when the issue has been resolved.

    Delone Catholic High School

Delone Catholic High School News

  • Fall 2016 SAT Prep Course To Be Offered

    Math SAT Prep will be offered Nov 21,22,29,30 and Dec 5 and 6 from 3-5 p.m. Dates are subject to change. The cost is $165 and due in early Nov. The registration brochure (in Microsoft Word) is attached.  For additional information, please email Mr. Groft at ngroft@delonecatholic.org.

    Mathematics Department
  • STREAM workshop

    The members of the Math Department attended a STREAM workshop this summer.  The first activity was to create a wind powered vehicle that could travel as far as possible using only the materials provided by the instructor.  Theirs went the farthest, and can be seen in the background of the picture below!  The second activity was to create a "robotic" hand that could pick up an objection.  Their robotic hand is in the foreground of the picture below.

    Mathematics Department
  • Homecoming Dance Dresscode and Agreement - Due Oct. 13

    The Homecoming Dance will take place on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.  Please review the semi-formal and casual dresscodes below. 
    The Dresscode Agreement must be signed by students and guests, and their parents, in order to purchase tickets for the dance. 
    This is the same protocol utilized for Prom 2016. 
    The Agreement must be turned into the student's class moderator by Oct. 13 in order to purchase tickets. No tickets will be sold at the door. 
    Class moderators are Doctora Brown for seniors; Mrs. Heberling for juniors; Mr. Staub for sophomores; and Mr. Hatez for freshmen. 
    Tickets will be on sale the week prior to the dance.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • MONDAY Biology field trip postponed

    The field trip scheduled for Monday, Sept. 19th will take place on Sept. 26th due to the weather forecast. Tuesday's trip will still be Sept. 20th.

    Science Department
  • Students - Start Planning for Spirit Week - Oct. 16-23

    Sunday, Oct. 16 - Student Council is now accepting registration for Powderpuff Football (girls) and Powderpuff Volleyball (boys) from students in grades 9-12. Boys’ Powder Puff Volleyball will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 12 p.m. Girls’ Powder Puff Football will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Please return the attached form and the $20 registration fee in an envelope to Miss Pinkos in Room 121 by Sept. 30, 2016. Please make sure your name and grade are on the envelope.

    Monday, Oct. 17-Monsters University Day: Wear college spirit apparel. Sweatshirts are allowed. Dressing in only a color combination is not acceptable; students must wear apparel that clearly states the college. Attaching paper to clothes that says the name of a college is not acceptable. Students may not create their own T-shirts. Hats, wig, and bandanas are permitted but are to be removed upon teacher request. Normal dress down day rules apply (see handbook), except for clearly stated exceptions. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.

    Tuesday, Oct. 18-Prince/Princess Dress Up Day: Come dressed in your best! Normal dress-up rules apply (see handbook). Crowns and sashes (must be gender appropriate) are encouraged! Hats, wigs, and bandanas are permitted but are to be removed upon teacher request. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.

    Wednesday, Oct. 19-Hawaii Day *Test Day*: Students must report in full school uniform. Brightly colored socks, ties, and Hawaii leis are permitted. Socks must cover the ankle bone. For girls, socks must come to at least the mid-calf.

    Thursday, Oct. 20-Disney Character/Tourist Day: Students have the option to dress as a Disney character or an extreme Disney tourist.
    Disney Character: Students must wear appropriate Disney costumes. Costumes must be recognizable and gender appropriate.
    Extreme Disney Tourist: Students must be clearly dressed as an extreme Disney tourist (ex: Mickey/Minnie ears; character accessories; Disney Lanyard with pins; Disney apparel)
    Normal dress down day rules apply (see handbook), except for clearly stated exceptions. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.

    Friday, Oct. 21-Class Color Day: Wear class colors. Your class color must be the dominate color. Jeans and sneakers are permitted. Hats, wigs, and bandanas are permitted but are to be removed upon teacher request. Normal dress down day rules apply (see handbook), except for clearly stated exceptions. No flip-flops; no pajamas; no torn pants and shirts; no unnatural hair coloring or overly long hair; no overly revealing clothing; no excessive jewelry.
    Freshman-Green
    Sophomores-Orange
    Juniors-Purple
    Seniors-Black & Gold; Red & Blue

    Saturday, Oct. 22-Homecoming Dance, details To Be Announced

    Clothing with explicit, suggestive, or unwholesome content is never permitted. A vote by the faculty will be made on who wins the “best dressed” prize for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. There will be one winner per class, unless one or more of the classes have no member who enthusiastically participates in the theme day. The prizes for the winner of the “best dressed” will be free homecoming tickets. Students who chose to disobey the established dress code will sit in front of the main office and will not be allowed to attend class until proper attire is worn.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • All are Invited to Join the Music Association

    The Music Association meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Library. All interested parties are welcome to join the Music Association in providing for support for our student-musicians.

    Music
  • Celebrate with Sr. Maria Wrubel

    Sister Maria Wrubel, R.S.M. celebrated 75 years as a Sister of Mercy on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016.  Sister Maria taught French here from 1952-62 and 1969-94.

    If you'd like to send well wishes, please send them to:
    Mercy Center
    PO Box 370
    Dallas, Pa. 18612

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Alert: Second Athletics Change

    The JV Football game scheduled for Monday, Sept. 12 will now be vs. Littlestown at 6 p.m. at Delone Catholic. 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Instrumental Music Honors Requirements

    Music
  • Music Syllabi 2016-17

    Music
  • Cooperation/Contribution Grade 2016-17

    Music
  • 2016-17 DCHS Music Dates

    Music
  • Revisions Made to Sept. Lunch Menu

    Due to product unavailability it was necessary to make several changes to the Sept. Lunch Menu. A revised menu is attached.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Now Accepting Registration for Powderpuff Football and Volleyball

    Student Council is now accepting registration for Powderpuff Football (girls) and Powderpuff Volleyball (boys) from students in grades 9-12. Boys’ Powder Puff Volleyball will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 12 p.m. Girls’ Powder Puff Football will be held Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. Please return the attached form and the $20 registration fee in an envelope to Miss Pinkos in Room 121 by Sept. 30, 2016. Please make sure your name and grade are on the envelope.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Annual Magazine Drive Underway

    Please consider support the annual magazine drive. This school-wide fundraiser provides funds for the student clubs and organizations to help offset costs for students to participate. Magazines can be ordered online at APmags.com with the code SQUIRES1 (in all caps). Please enter the student's name who you wish to support. IMPORTANT: Be sure to print out a receipt for the student to turn in (or email the receipt to the student so he/she can print it out to turn in) so that your order will count towards his/her goal. Thank you for your support! 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Back to School Night

    Back to School Night is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 7-9 p.m. Parents will follow their student's schedule for "A" day and "B1." Please join us in the cafeteria at 7 p.m. for a welcome and introduction of Vice Principal Mrs. Williams. At the conclusion of the evening at 9 p.m., refreshments will be provided by the PTO in the cafeteria. Be sure to fill out a copy of your student's schedule to bring with you!

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Attention Parents: First Day Forms Issue Resolved

    MMS has resolved the first day forms issue. By logging into your parent portal, you should see the following: 

    "Update Student Information" which you will click, and then click "Continue."
    You may log in and see a message "Click 'Current Student' to access first day forms." You will click "Current Student" then "Continue."
    If you click "Current Student" and it shows a screen with "Household List" and a button underneath titled "Go To Registration," you'll want to click "Go To Registration."

    If you still have any problems please email kheilman@delonecatholic.org so your MMS portal can be personally reviewed. 
    Thank you for your patience in this trial year! 

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Attention Parents

    We are aware of a technical problem with the back-to-school forms on the MMS Parent Portal. We will notify you when the issue has been resolved.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • French/Spanish Teacher Hired

    Delone Catholic is excited to announce that Mr. Alexander Schirk has accepted the French/Spanish Teacher position. His clearances and paperwork have been submitted to the Diocese of Harrisburg and as soon as they are approved, Mr. Schirk will be on campus. Until then, he will work with Foreign Language Chair Dr. Carmen Brown to provide lesson plans for the students to do with a substitute teacher.

    Delone Catholic High School
  • Fall English SAT Prep Info

    English Department