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FBLA History:  FBLA began in 1954. North Carolina Future Business Leaders of America (NC FBLA) is a career and technical student organization that serves students who are or have been enrolled in a Business Education course. NC FBLA is affiliated with FBLA-PBL, which is a national organization with 250,000 student members and 56 affiliate state organizations.

The mission of NC FBLA is to help build and sustain Business Education programs of excellence in order to serve our communities, state, and nation. NC FBLA is an integral part of North Carolina’s Business Education Program, which serves over 280,000 students. It provides students with leadership opportunities as well as a means to compete with other students in regional, state, and national conferences.
–Submitted by Sharon Bilbrey and Tracy Hill

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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 31, 2017

        


2016-2019 AIG Local Plan

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DBHS Newsletter 1st Semester 2016 Website

 

 

 


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Published by Glenda Farmer on January 9, 2017

        


R.U.S.H. imageR.U.S.H. is a student-led, Christian Club that empowers students to put their faith into action to change their school.  Students meet weekly on Wednesdays before school.  They have fun together, grow in their faith, and take part in numerous school and community services.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on November 1, 2016

        


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The Douglas Byrd Science Club meets every Wednesday and Friday after school in Room 134 at 3:45 p.m.

Laura Hilscher, Science Club Adviser

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 29, 2016

        


Softball-Is-For-Girls_logo image of a softball.The Douglas Byrd High School Varsity Softball Team consist of 18 girls.  Practice is held everyday during the spring sports season. See Ms. Robin Long if you’re interested in playing softball.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 29, 2016

        


The National Honor Society Requirements

national_honor imageThe National Honor Society is a nationally affiliated organization established in 1921 for outstanding and distinguished high school students. Each chapter within the organization, as recognized by the National Council, establishes its rules for membership based on a student’s outstanding performance in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four components are the foundation for the organization.

In order to gain academic entry into the Douglas Byrd High School National Honor Society, a sophomore or junior must attain a minimum 3.7 (3.65) Weighted Grade Point Average. To maintain academic membership, a student must have a minimum 3.5 (3.45) Weighted Grade Point Average. If at any point a student’s Grade Point Average falls below a 3.45, then that student may be placed on academic probation. Additionally, if for any reason a student is placed on out of school suspension or expelled, that student may have their National Honor Society membership revoked.

Seniors in the NHS meet on the first Thursdays of every month in the downstairs media center immediately after school. Juniors meet on the second Thursdays of every month in the downstairs media center.  Regular monthly meeting activities include the following:
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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 29, 2016

        


Image of the National Speech & Debate Association LogoThanks to a group of very dedicated students whose talent, positivity, and determination to succeed, the Douglas Byrd High School Forensics Team has emerged stronger than ever this school year.  The Forensics Team started a beat poetry/rap battle club.  Students are required to compose an original piece and present it from memory after weeks of preparation with enthusiasm and skill.  This would help students reading skills as well as analyzing figurative language.

–Submitted by LeighAnne Does & Cassandra Anderson

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Published by Glenda Farmer on October 29, 2016

        


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