Daily Bulletin

Wolverine Weekly Bulletin

Date March 11th – 15th              

General Info

·       DVTV is back!: https://www.antiochschools.net/o/dvhs/page/dvtv

·       Deer Valley is a strictly CLOSED CAMPUS for lunch.  No students are allowed to leave the campus during lunchtime. Also - at no time during the school day are students permitted to exit the campus to the parking lots.  This will be strictly enforced by security.

·       A reminder that students are not allowed to ride their skateboards, skates, bicycles, scooters, etc. anywhere on campus. Please utilize the bike racks to lock up bikes. Bikes found locked to railings, light posts, and pillars are subject to removal.


Student Activities

·       Are you interested in running for an ASB or Class Officer next year? Then come to the mandatory informational meeting this Thursday, March 14th, at 3:40 in the Leadership Room (541). See Mr. Orosco for more details.

·       Pi Day is this Thursday, and it’s your opportunity to Pie a Teacher! Come down to the amphitheater to see which teachers and staff volunteered to get pied! The cost is $3 for one pie, or $5 for two pies. All proceeds go to the Junior Class.

·       Leadership is planning a Multi-Cultural Week next week. If your club/group is interested in performing the Week of March 18th, please reach out to Mr. Orosco. We would love to see performances from all cultures represented here at DV!

·       Voting for Top 5 for Junior Prom Prince and Princess is over. Results will be announced Monday after school in the amphitheater! Final Voting will take place this Thursday and Friday through https://deervalleyhs.voting4schools.com/ Junior Prom Prince and Princess will be announced this Saturday at our Junior Prom! (More Junior Prom information under Junior Jazz)


Senior Scene

·        Unfortunately, The Disneyland Grad Night Event has been cancelled , there was not enough interest to fill up the bus.

Sandy Rogers the program director has sent emails to all the students that have paid money , if you did not receive her email, please reach out to her 925-783-7066. Refunds will be given out late next week and they will either be delivered to your home or brought to the school.

·        ATTENTION SENIORS: Diplomas are ready to be ordered, Senior Diploma Name Lists are hanging in every House Office and the Main Office Hallway. Please check your name to make sure it’s spelled correctly. If you see an error, please go to the Main Office right away and speak to Ms. Tory.

·       If you purchased a cap and gown from Herff Jones, check with Mr. Orosco in Room 541 to pick it up. Herff Jones will be on campus on April 5th to deliver the next batch of orders. You can no longer order online, your last time to purchase your cap and gown is April 5th!

·       A gentle reminder that 3rd Quarter Reports determine eligibility for Senior Ball. Senioritis is real, make sure to stick to your studies and pass your class! Don’t miss out on our Senior Ball at The Hibernia in SF because you didn’t have a 2.0 GPA this Quarter.

Junior Jazz

·       Junior Prom is on Saturday, March 16th from 7:00PM – 10:00PM at the Antioch Community Center across from DV. Enjoy a night out with your fellow juniors with a live DJ, catered dinner, and the crowning of your Junior Prom Prince and Princess!

o   Tickets are $50, or $40 with a Teal Card. Eligibility is determined by Fall Semester; you must have at least a 2.0 GPA with no more than 1 F, no fees/fines due to ASB or the Library, and no attendance/discipline issues. https://gofan.co/event/1427795?schoolId=CA22900

o   Interested in bringing a DV student who isn’t a Junior? Or maybe you want to bring a friend from another school? Then pick up a guest pass from Mr. Orosco in the Leadership Room (541) as soon as you can! Guest passes are due March 11th to Mr. Orosco by 4:00.

Sophomore Stuff

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Freshman Facts

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·        On Wednesday, 3/13 at 5:30 at Black Diamond, AUSD is hosting an NCAA informational meeting. All athletes interested in participating in a sport after high school should attend. 

A registration QR code is in the AD office, room 301, with coach Allen. 

·        The results of Saturday's meet were absolutely spectacular. First off we had a PR (personal record) and SR (Season Record) party at Marsh Creek invitationals with 24 PR's and 4 SR's for the men, and 11 PR's and 8 SR's by the ladies on a team of only 16 ladies, and 23 men who competed. In the team competition the Women's Varsity took 3rd overall our of 13 teams, and the Men took 6th out of 12 teams, with all the teams having a lot more numbers then we do. For Medals for the Men, Jaylan Bryant took 5th in the frosh/Soph 100 with a time of 11.85 seconds, Jobanny Hernandez took first in the 1600 meters with a time of 5 minutes 2.70 seconds with Draven kessler taking third in the same event with a time of 5 minutes 3.73 seconds, Jacob Bess took 4th in the Frosh/Soph 1600 with a time of 5 minutes 44.14 seconds with Ekenechukwu Ugwu right on his heels taking 6th with a time of 5 minutes 45.06 seconds. Draven Kessler took first place in the Varsity 3200 meters with a winning time of 11 minutes 10.80 seconds, winning by 15 seconds over the second place finisher. Varsity men's 4x400 meter relay took 4th with a time of 3 minutes 47.41 seconds, with the mens Frosh/Soph 4x400 taking 3rd with a time of 4 minutes 5.23 seconds. The Varsity Men's 4x800 meters in their first competition of the season decimated the competition by 18 seconds to take first place with a time of 9 minutes 8.67 seconds. For the women, medals were won by multiple people. Lead off by Tamia Owens taking 4th in the women's varsity 100 meters with a time of 13.21 seconds. Jaelyn Wilkins took 3rd in the Women's varsity 200 meters with a time of 26.87 seconds. Yaretzi Flores took 4th in the Womens Varsity 400 meters with a time of 1 minute 4.29 seconds then followed up with 4th place in the 800 meters with a time 2 minutes 44.45 seconds. The Women's 4x100 meter relay team brought home the silver in a photo finish with a time of 51.69 seconds, and followed up with a spectacular come from behind win to take first place in the Women Varsity 4x400 meter race with a time 4 minutes 26.84 seconds. And Keneyia Hall who not only was the anchor of the first place winning Women's 4x400 meter Varsity team, but she started off the day with second place finish in the Varsity women's 400 meter race with a time of 1 minute 0.13 seconds, then capped off the day with a spectacular Womens Varsity 300 meter hurdle race taking first place and blowing away the competition by almost 2 seconds with a time of 46.43 seconds. Her 300 meter hurdle win places her in North Coast Section Rankings, ranked 11th in California out of 1983, and 104th in the US out of 6099 women and qualifying her for the Stanford, Arcadia, and MT Sac which are nationally recognized invitationals. 


·        Digital artists, listen up! The ACE Academy is looking for a new t-shirt design, and we're accepting submissions from DV students.  Incorporate any element of the academy in your design: Bio-Med, Astronomy, Robotics, or Writing. We recommend using InDesign or Canva for the best results. Send your design to Mr. Duryea on Teams or through email by March 15th 


Career Center

·        We have one more Cash for College Nights:

o   March 13th open to all of seniors.

And just about everyday after school we will hold FAFSA workshops for our students. As of last year it is California Law that all Seniors complete the FAFSA or fill out an opt our form.