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  • Forensics place at Greensburg

    Forensics place at Greensburg

    March 8, 2018

    The Dodge City High School Advanced Forensics team went to Greensburg on Feb. 17, 2018. The team brought home third place in the Sweepstakes round out of 19 teams. Those who placed include: Dalton John- 1st Solo Serious Acting- Qualified for Champs Jeremy Ragland- 2nd Solo Serious Acti...

    The Advance Forensics team gathers after competing at Greensburg.

    Photographer Anne Kaiser

  • Band students come together to play as one

    Band students come together to play as one

    Ruben Arcos, Staff Reporter

    March 7, 2018

    Band-o-Rama-- just saying the word brings music to ones ears. Band-o-Rama is a district-wide band concert where students from grades 6-12 a play music per grade. This event has been taking place for several years. For  Jason Richins, head band director, this is his 13th year.  This year he was...

    Jason Richins directs the band while they showcase their piece.

    Photographer: Ruben Arcos, 11

  • Class hosts comedy event

    Class hosts comedy event

    Bonny Castillo, Staff Reporter

    March 5, 2018

    Earlier this week the 4th block Technical Theatre class performed, “A Night Of Comedy.” The show was performed in the DCHS auditorium. The first act was “All’s Well That Ends Wrong,” by Greg Kachejian. This was about about five college freshmen getting together to study for a Shakespeare...

    Student actors perform during a "Night of Comedy."

    Photographer Bonny Castillo

  • CTE program at DCHS is recognized

    CTE program at DCHS is recognized

    Staff Reports, DCHS Dodger

    March 2, 2018

    The Career and Technical Education department at Dodge City High School was recognized for its outstanding work as part of CTE Month. DCHS was one of two school selected in the state of Kansas. Today, the Kansas Department of Education visited the CTE programs DCHS has to offer. The visit included...

    Jacque Feist, principal welcomes KSDE officials to campus March 2.

    Photographer Aylin Rojas

  • Junior class leads in Pennies for Patients effort

    Junior class leads in Pennies for Patients effort

    Aylin Rojas, Staff Reporter

    February 23, 2018

    In an effort to raise money for those battling cancer, the National Honors Society is hosting a school-wide campaign called “Pennies for Patients.” For two weeks now, NHS has set up a table during lunch in order for students to donate their spare change. The goal is to reach $2,000. As of Feb....

NHS volunteers during the holiday season

September 29, 2017

NHS: National Honor Society works with leadership, service, scholarship and character. The NHS club is only f...

Lueders named KTOY Semi-Finalist

September 15, 2017

When it comes to great teachers, DCHS doesn't fall short. This year Mckenzie Lueders, chemistry teacher,...

School set to raise awareness on suicide prevention

September 8, 2017

It all started with the owner of a 1968 yellow Ford Mustang. His name was, Mike Emme and he was a bright,...

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Dodge ends TOC in seventh place
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