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CCS Future Educators Program... Click the image to visit our website.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 25, 2019

        


2016-2019 AIG Local Plan

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DBHS Newsletter 1st Semester 2016 Website

 

 

 

 

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 23, 2019

        


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

        


Image of DBHS art studentDBHS student, Deychaneira, took 3rd place in the drawing category tonight.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 13, 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

        


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

        


trophy imageThe DBHS Speech & Debate team participated in their fourth tournament of the year at Seventy-First High School on Saturday, March 2nd. For the first time,  two of our students place in the tournament. June Kilpatrick, took home first place in Humorous Interpretation and freshman team member, Charisma Skinner took home third place in the same category. Congratulations to both of them and the entire team! 

The Speech & Debate team practice every Tuesday in Room 210. If you are a DBHS student with strong public speaking skills or an interest in dramatic performance, see Ms. Leann Ahmed, DBHS Forensics Head Coach.
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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 4, 2019

        


Congratulation DBHS Band Students! On Saturday, two of our eligible band students traveled to Lexington, NC to audition for the All-State Honors Band. David Song placed 7th on tenor saxophone, just missing the cut for the 2nd consecutive year. Elias Grimsley placed 4th on snare drum and was selected to participate in 2019 All-State Honors Band Clinic to be held in Greensboro, NC this May. Eli is one of only 2 high school students from Cumberland County to be selected to this year’s All-State Band!  We are beyond proud of their accomplishments and for representing Douglas Byrd High School on the state level.

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Published by Glenda Farmer on March 4, 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

        


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