DFHS graduate makes history at Georgia Tech

Story by Christian Banks and Photos provided by Sabra Neal Everyone wants to be remembered in some way whether it be leaving behind a legacy or making history. Dutch Fork graduate Dr. SaBra Neal did both, when she became the first African American to receive a Ph.D. in Computer Sciences and Engineering from Georgia Institute … Continue reading DFHS graduate makes history at Georgia Tech

The National Merit Scholarship offers opportunities to students

Story by Anjali McDaniel New ideas, new opportunities, and new lifes start when students are offered the National Merit Scholarship for their hard working dedication throughout their high school careers. “The National Merit Scholarship is a way to acknowledge students who did well during school,” senior Sunjay Jayaram said. Sunjay is a student who was offered … Continue reading The National Merit Scholarship offers opportunities to students

Alexandria Hendrick named District Five Teacher of the Year

Story by Anjali McDaniel Her kindness, spirit, warmth, friendliness, love of education and the heart of a good teacher is what won social studies teacher Alexandria Hendrick the title of District Teacher of the Year. “My first reaction was complete shock,” Hendrick said. “I was very surprised, but I am thankful, grateful, and humbled because … Continue reading Alexandria Hendrick named District Five Teacher of the Year

Students and teachers find new solutions to make up work after ALEC closes

Story by Anjali McDaniel With students missing school for various reasons, ALEC has been there to provide a workplace for students to finish their make up assignments during an appropriate time that is beneficial for them and teachers. Now, ALEC is closed and students must plan with their teachers to find an alternative to finish … Continue reading Students and teachers find new solutions to make up work after ALEC closes