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Scholarship Opportunities imageDon’t Get Hooked!  Students, if you are applying or thinking about applying for scholarships, read the following WRAL website article on “7 red flags that a college ‘scholarship’ offer is actually a scam”. Click here–> Scholarship Scams

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 17, 2019

        


The following DBHS students have artwork on display at the Cross Creek Mall near the food court:
DBHS Art Display

DBHS Art Display

Makayla M.
Amiyah B.
Gauge T.
Tiffany A.
Jamon G.
Nicole G.
Dianthe W.
Haley M.
Kaylani B.
Tayren G.
Jamie K.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 13, 2019

        


WHO: High School Girls 9-12
WHAT: Innovative Cyber Security Competition
WHERE: Online
WHEN: The competition begins on March 25th – Sign up by March 20th via this link: Girls Go CyberStart
WHY: Students compete for prizes! Including college scholarships and internships. Students can Explore Cybersecurity, Computer Science Careers While Competing Online for Scholarships, and Prizes.
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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 10, 2019

        


Image of bus driver of the month receiving an award.Congratulations! Debbie Simmons received bus driver of the month for Douglas Byrd District.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 7, 2019

        


DBHS Multi-Cultural Night was a success.  The dancing and food were amazing.  Ms. Jennifer Davis, Ms. Perez, Ms. Moore, Ms. Shelton, Mr. Baker, Mr. Howard, Mr. Salgado, parents, and all other stakeholders involved in this night — GREAT JOB.  The parents, students, and staff had the opportunity to enjoy recipes from New Orleans, Liberia, Panama, Puerto Rico, Columbia, Jamaica, and Mexico!  Que rico!  Here are some pictures highlighting the grand event. Click here to view images->
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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 5, 2019

        


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Click the link or SAT image to view a printable schedule. 2018-2019 SAT Testing Schedule

 

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 1, 2019

        


Speak Up! The campaign empowers young people to report threats of weapon-related violence, by anonymously calling or texting the SPEAK UP weapon threats hotline. Call 1.866.SPEAK.UP or Text FAY to 847

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 18, 2019

        


Douglas Byrd High School Students got a chance to participate in the HBCU College & Scholarship Fair at Smith Recreational Center. Over 50 representatives were on hand to speak to students about college and scholarship opportunities! A big shout out to Ms. Temple Walls for putting this together and Mrs. Vera Nickens for transporting students to the event!

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 11, 2019

        


Pre-K Registration: February 11-March 29, 2019- 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Pre K Office 1307 Hillsboro Street Fayetteville, NC 28301

 

 

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 8, 2019

        


Camera imageNCASA Scholastic Cup Points
Shown below is the second release of the NCASA Scholastic Cup rankings used to determine the best high schools in North Carolina. Points are awarded based on participation and excellence in all NCASA and Cup Partner competitions.
Large High School
1 – Simon G Atkins HS – 160 points
2 – Hickory HS – 85 points
3 – Northwood HS – 55 points
4
 – Myers Park HS – 55 points
5 – Northwest Guilford HS – 50 points
6 – Terry Sanford HS – 48 points
7 – Concord HS – 40 points
8 – Douglas Byrd HS – 28 points
9 – South Iredell HS – 25 points
10 – William A Hough HS – 23 points
Thank you to Mr. Robert Baker for your leadership! Thank you to everyone who has supported our students.  Thank you to the chaperones, volunteer bus drivers, and mentors!  Lastly, thank you to our students who work hard to represent our school in a positive way.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on February 3, 2019

        


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