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A newsletter for the parents, students, & community supporters of Deltona High School.

February 2021 HAPPENINGS INSIDE

Principals Message (cont.) . . . . 2 School Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . 2 Important Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Senior News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 School Counseling . . . . . . . . . . 6 Sport Schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Learning Commons . . . . . . . . . . . 8

REPORT CARDS February 3

DHS WEBSITE www.dhswolves.com

DHS MISSION STATEMENT

In an environment established with high expectations, tradition, and deep community ties, the staff of Deltona High School will foster relationships as we continue to persevere towards academic excellence.

VISION STATEMENT Ensuring all students receive a superior 21st century education. Mission: Volusia County Schools will ignite a passion for learning by providing a challenging, creative curriculum in a safe, supportive environment where students reach their highest potential.

Vol. 26 Issue 2

PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE

Dear Wolves’ Families, Happy New Year! I hope this message finds you well and I hope everyone had a restful and enjoyable Holiday Season and are rejuvenated to start the New Year. This year has pushed us, questioned our ideas of success and has shown us that nothing is more important than our own health. With the New Year comes a new chapter, new verse, or just the same old story? Ultimately, we are in control of every page and what we write in our book. There comes a day when you realize turning the page is the best feeling in the world, because you realize there is so much more to the book than the page you were stuck on. I hope everyone has turned their page to start the new year and you are only looking forward to opportunities ahead. We are excited for the 2021 year and look forward to working together as we finish this school year strong.  Every new year, I start my year off with selecting my one word for the year. It took me longer than normal as I pondered on words such a resilience, perseverance, focus, drive and balance. I feel all of those are fitting and would complement our mission, not only for myself but our school. I also wanted to make sure my word was going to be relevant. When the pandemic and distance learning subside, I want to reflect back on the opportunities. My one word for 2021 is OPPORTUNITY. I will be given one year to create, recognize and take advantage of 365 opportunities. Taking hold of opportunities is one of life’s greatest pleasures. We see something we have been waiting and preparing for, and here it is. People talk about opportunity coming to ‘knock’ on your door, but in reality opportunity is everywhere, we just have to be ready to recognize it. Opportunities only embarrass us if we are not fully prepared for them, so let’s prepare to be the best visions of ourselves and to ensure we capitalize on every opportunity ahead. Remember to see opportunities, not as obstacles or challenges, but a chance to propel us forward to new possibilities today! I am very excited about our 2021 year ahead, and I know we are going to have a lot to celebrate in our near future. No matter what you choose for your one word, make sure are living it each day and write it in a place where it is visible to you daily. I would also ask you take this opportunity to find out what your students one word is for 2021 year. I ask you to share your one word with your family and if you haven’t chosen one yet it is not too late to select one. With new thoughts, comes a new attitude, and with positive thoughts and actions, we will build a better tomorrow for all. Wishing you all 12 months of success, 52 weeks of laughter, 365 days of opportunities, 8,760 hours of joy, 525,600 minutes of good luck, and 31,536,000 seconds of happiness. ... continued on page 2

This information is based on the most accurate information available at the time of publication. Please check the school for changes during the year.


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DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE... continued from page 1

ASSISTANCE DIRECTORY (386) 575-4153 Administrative Staff

Mike Micallef, Principal Cameron Robinson, Asst. Principal Susan Kelleher, Asst. Principal Dr. Christina Lapnow, Asst. Principal Alisha Zarbo, Asst. Principal Gene Franks, Dean Brandy Meadows, Testing Coord./CTE

Ancillary Support

Gary Meadows, Athletic Director Jackie Hirsch, Activity Director Cathy Knowles, Cafe Manager Donnette Estelhomme, Counseling Dir. Amanda Forsythe, Principal’s Secretary Deputy Hodges, School Resource Deputy

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Departments/Offices

Activity Office 44018 Agriculture Office 44081 Art Department 44077 Athletic Office 44106 Attendance Office 44091 Band 44073 Bookkeeping 44109 Cambridge 44086 Chorus Department 44072 Clinic 44398 Culinary Department 44076 Data Office 44092 Deans’ Office 44100 Early Childhood 44075 ESE Office 44085 ESOL Office 44101 Fine Arts Department 44111 Foreign Language Department 44090 Health Academy 44082 Industrial Arts Department 44078 JROTC 44039 Math Department 44042 Media Center 44396 Obligations 44109 Physical Ed. Department 44068, 44069 Registrar/Records 44087 Science Department 44061 School Counseling Office 44397 Social Studies Department 44045 Volusia County School Board 734-7190 Yearbook 44080

Testing is right around the corner. Students will take a variety of tests this year to show proficiency in a course or to meet graduation requirements.  Please review the school website for all testing information. Please encourage your students to stay focused and work hard to prepare themselves for these exams. Encourage your students to take advantage of any tutoring opportunities we have before school, during lunch, and after school.  Please continue to watch the calendar of events, our DHS Twitter page (@dhshappenings) and our DHS website (dhswolves.com) to stay informed of the many activities taking place on the Deltona campus.   Great News: We have improved our graduation rate again this past year with a 6.4 % increase. We are proud to say our graduation rate is 94%, which is the second highest graduation rate in the district. We improved in 6/7 subgroups. Subgroups: • White 91.6% (+2.6%) • Black 93.1% (+0.7%) • Hispanic 96.3% (+12.4%) • Economically Disadvantaged 92.8% (+6.3%) • ELL 97.1% (+12.1%) • At Risk 89.8% (+12.1%) This is something each of you should be proud of and we are truly “on our way to an A”! I hope to see you all virtually at our remaining SAC meetings on February 16th, March 16th or April 20th @ 5:30. We would love your support! Continue to be healthy, stay safe and as always, GO WOLVES! Mike Micallef   Principal Deltona High School

SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP NEWSLETTER

The Scholarship Newsletter is available on our school’s www.dhswolves.com website under the School Counseling tab. Please check  periodically for updated scholarship information and explore the financial aid links. Scholarships are available to ALL grade levels! It is never too early to start securing funds for your post-secondary endeavors. Please see Mrs. Estelhomme for your concerns.

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DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL CONGRATULATIONS TO DELTONA HIGH STAFF FOR RECEIVING A 94% GRADUATION RATE FOR THE CLASS OF 2020!

• • • •

Deltona High is the #2 HS in Volusia County for graduation rate (0.01%) behind Spruce Creek. Deltona High has made a 18% increase in the last three years for graduation Deltona High continues to outperform the district and state average Deltona High has increased in 6 out of 7 of our subgroups • White 91.6% (+2.6%) • Black 93.1% (+0.7%) • Hispanic 96.3% (+12.4%) • Economically Disadvantaged 92.8% (+6.3%) • ELL 97.1% (+12.1%) • At Risk 89.8% (+12.1%)

ART AWARD

Congratulations to 11th grade student, Kylie Heusner for receiving the Honorary Award at the Deland Art Fall Festival.

VOLUSIA LIVE STUDENTS

1. Volusia LIVE Technology Support hotline (386) 626-0095 for students and parents. 2. Volusia “Live” students who checked out a VCS laptop/ charger for your “live” instruction, please make sure to return your laptop/charger the day you return to face-toface learning at DHS to avoid a $669.00 obligation on your student account. VCS borrowed laptops/chargers can be returned to the DHS front desk or guidance desk Monday through Friday from 8:00 am-3:30 pm.


4 IMPORTANT DATES 2021 TESTING DATES

2021 District State Testing Calendar / High School * * * (Subject to Change) * * * Feb. 8, 2021 – Feb. 12, 2021

PERT Grades 9-12

Feb. 22, 2021 – Mar. 12, 2021 FSA ELA Retake (Grades 11 and 12) Algebra 1 Retake Feb. 22, 2021 – Feb. 25, 2021 ACT NCR (Grades 11 and 12) Apr. 5, 2021 – Apr. 6, 2021

FSA ELA Writing Component Grades 9 and 10

Apr. 13, 2021

SAT School Day (Grade 11)

Apr.19, 2021 – Apr. 23, 2021

PERT Grades 9-12

May 3, 2021 – May 6, 2021

FSA ELA Grades 9 and 10

May 3, 2021 – May 28, 2021

Spring EOC Administration: FSA EOCs (Algebra 1 and Geometry)/ NGSSS EOCs (Biology 1 and US History)

May 3, 2021 – May 28, 2021

AP Exams AICE Exams

Morning Session

Monday – 5/3/2021

United States Government and Politics

Tuesday – 5/4/2021

Calculus AB Calculus BC Wednesday – 5/5/2021 English Literature and Composition Thursday – 5/6/2021

United States History

Friday – 5/8/2021

Chemistry Spanish Literature and Culture

Monday – 5/10/2021 Tuesday – 5/11/2021

February 15 (Monday) - Presidents’ Day Holiday March 19 (Friday) -Teacher Duty Day/Student Holiday March 22-26 (Monday-Friday) - Spring Break May 31 (Monday) - Memorial Day Holiday June 4 (Friday) - Last Day of School for Students Early Release Days - 2/3/21, 3/3/21, 4/7/21 & 5/19/21

2020-2021 SAT TESTING DATES

March 13, 2021

May 8, 2021

June 5, 2021

April 17, 2021

June 12, 2021

STAFF RECOGNITIONS October 2020

Mike Chase

Teacher

October 2020

Samantha McElhaney

Classroom

October 2020

Kelley Daly

Spirit

October 2020

Tracy Rouse

Newcomer

Afternoon Session

October 2020

Krissy Catalano

Staff

November 2020

Cecille Carlisle

Teacher

Human Geography

November 2020

Kim Krupinsky

Classroom

November 2020

Maegan Graves-Webster

Spirit

Physics 1: Algebra Based

November 2020

Teresa Huff

Newcomer

Art History Computer Science A European History

November 2020

Yasmin Arvelo

Staff

December 2020

Ms. Centeno

Teacher

December 2020

Kristy Garthwaite

Classroom

December 2020

Shannon Hauser

Spirit

December 2020

Isabella Glessner

Newcomer

December 2020

Amanda Forsythe

Staff

January 2021

Nathacha Curras

Teacher

January 2021

Joseph Brennan

Classroom

January 2021

SGM. Middleton

Spirit

January 2021

LTC. Moore-Lobban

Spirit

January 2021

Taylor Leyble

Newcomer

January 2021

Marty Copeland

Staff

French Language and Culture World Macroeconomics History: Modern Spanish Language and Culture Psychology

Biology

2020-2021 SCHOOL CALENDAR

February 6, 2021

W e d n e s d a y – English Language and Composition Microeconomics 5/12/2021 Music Theory Thursday – 5/13/2021 Comparative Government and Politics Statistics Computer Science Principles Friday – 5/14/2021

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2020-2021 ACT TESTING DATE

AP Exams – 5/3/2021 to 5/14/2021 – Testing location to be announced * * * (Subject to Change) * * * Date

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DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR NEWS

GRADUATION REHEARSAL Thursday, June 3, 2021 Ocean Center, Daytona Beach at 12:30PM The rehearsal is MANDATORY for all seniors participating in the Graduation Ceremony. Seniors are to arrive at the Ocean Center by 11:30 AM and the rehearsal will begin at 12:30PM SHARP! Seniors arriving at the graduation rehearsal late may not be allowed to participate in the Graduation Ceremony, this will be determined by the principal. Casual attire is to be worn at the rehearsal (no cap/gown) and please wear a face mask. Parking is available on the South Lot (West side of Peabody). 2020 GRADUATION Sunday, June 6, 2021 Ocean Center, Daytona Beach at 12:00 PM All participating seniors are to be at the Ocean Center, Daytona Beach on Sunday, June 6, 2021 by 11:00 AM and go to the same entrance used for graduation rehearsal. REMEMBER: Your families should be respectful to hear their student’s name and other students’ names called at the ceremony. Tickets are needed for the graduation ceremony for family, friends, or relatives. Also, parking passes will be for sale along with the graduation tickets. Prices and sale dates TBA later.

You Belong

HERE ENROLL TODAY! (386) 506-4DSC • DaytonaState.edu

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Athlete for October Blake Byrnes Citizen for October Olivia Rodriguez Scholar for October Gabriella Altamirano Wolf for October Anthony Romero Athlete for December Emma Noell Citizen for December Alex Douma Scholar for December Peyton Earwood Wolf for December Maryland Sambucharan Athlete for January Jessica Beauregard Citizen for January Christian Chase Scholar for January Jacob Treloar Wolf for Januar Hailey Hosmer


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DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL COUNSELING SPRING NEWS

Greetings from the School Counseling Department and welcome to the second semester! We first would like to introduce our new Freshman counselor, Mrs. Cassandra LundyJohnson. She will be taking over for the graduating class of 2024. In addition, we have a new Intern, Mr. Christopher Langley joining us for the remainder of the Semester. Please welcome us in introducing them into Deltona High. We also have few other changes that have taken place in the counseling department. Mrs. Donnette Estelhomme has moved into the position of the School Counseling Director and will continue to oversee the Senior Class of 2021. Mrs. Nou Thor will continue working with the graduating class of 2022. Mr. Richard Scott will continue with overseeing College and Career Readiness. Finally, Ms. Taylor Leyble will continue with the sophomore class of 2023. January begins with an opportunity for Juniors & Seniors to register for the NON-college reported test administration of the ACT. This test administration can be used for obtaining a concordant score used to meet the FSA ELA and Algebra 1 EOC test requirements for a standard high school diploma. Eligible students received letters in December and must respond by January 13th if they wish to take the test on March 2nd-March 4th on Deltona’s campus. Students who were required to take EOC’s last year but were waived due to COVID-19 will still need to complete these requirements for graduation purposes. If you have any questions regarding this matter, please follow up with your counselor. Also, in January and through February, counselors will be reviewing 1st  semester grades and meeting with at-risk students to prepare a plan for success in the 2nd semester. Emails will be sent to students and parents regarding academic progress monitoring. Parents as well as students are encouraged to continue monitoring progress through Parent Portal, grade book, and contact with teachers/counselor. During the months of February and March, seniors should be finalizing plans for graduation and post-high school pursuits as well as completing financial aid applications (FAFSA & FFAA) and applying for scholarships. College-bound Juniors are encouraged to take the standard ACT and/or SAT (required for college admissions and scholarships) as they continue their college search. With post-secondary planning in mind, counselors strongly advise students to meet with college representatives visiting our campus and to sign up for on-campus college presentations being offered this Spring. Representatives are here to answer any questions as well as highlight their many academic programs from vocational certifications to bachelor’s degrees. Visit the Counseling Office to learn more about these opportunities. Underclassmen will be selecting courses for the 2021-2022 school year and are encouraged to challenge themselves to select rigorous classes. Counselors have open office hours in the mornings before school and daily during student lunch to assist students in selecting courses. Counselors are also available by appointment throughout the school day. Students can schedule meetings with their counselor through the Deltona High School Counseling webpage, under the school counseling team tab. As always, your DHS counselors are here to assist and support you. Go Wolves!

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JV BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Head Coach: Mike Rood Assistant Coach: Rob Sabatino, Ken Boyle, Logan Lawrence Day

Month

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Tuesday

February

16th

Spruce Creek

Away

6:00 PM

Thursday

February

18th

Matanzas

Away

4:00 PM

Thursday

February

25th

Father Lopez

Home

4:00 PM

Friday

February

26th

Seabreeze

Home

4:00 PM

Thursday

March

4th

Pine Ridge

Home

4:00 PM

Friday

March

5th

Seabreeze

Away

4:00 PM

Wednesday

March

10th

Lake Mary

Away

4:00 PM

Tuesday

March

16th

Deland

Home

4:00 PM

Friday

March

12th

Spruce Creek

Away

4:00 PM

Thursday

March

18th

Spruce Creek

Home

4:00 PM

Friday

March

26th

Deland

Away

4:00 PM

Monday

March

29th

University

Away

4:00 PM

Wednesday

March

31st

Pineridge

Away

4:00 PM

Thursday

April

1st

University

Home

4:00 PM

Tuesday

April

6th

New Smyrna

Away

4:30 PM

Thursday

April

8th

Flagler Palm

Away

5:00 PM

Tuesday

April

13th

Eustis

Away

4:00 PM

VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE Head Coach: Mike Rood Assistant Coach: Cory Flickinger, Mark Rood, Logan Lawrence Day

Month

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Tues/Fri

February

9th-12th

Preseason Tourney

Eustis High

TBA

Tuesday

February

16th

Spruce Creek

Home

6:00 PM

Thursday

February

18th

Matanzas

Away

7:00 PM

Thursday

February

25th

Father Lopez

Home

7:00 PM

Friday

February

26th

Seabreeze

Home

7:00 PM

Thursday

March

4th

Pineridge

Home

7:00 PM

Friday

March

5th

Seabreeze

Seabreeze

7:00 PM

Tuesday

March

9th

Mainland

Away

4:30 PM

Wednesday

March

10th

Lake Mary

Away

7:00 PM

Friday

March

12th

Spruce Creek

Away

7:00 PM

Tuesday

March

16th

Deland

Home

7:00 PM

Wednesday

March

24th

Atlantic

Home

7:00 PM

Friday

March

26th

Deland

Deland

7:00 PM

Tuesday

March

30th

University

Away

4:30 PM

Thursday

April

1st

University

Home

7:00 PM

Monday

April

5th

Pineridge

Home

7:00 PM

Wednesday

April

7th

Flagler Palm

Home

7:00 PM

Monday

April

12th

Pineridge

Away

4:30 PM

Tuesday

April

13th

Eustis

Away

7:00 PM

Friday

April

16th

Eau Gallie (Senior Night)

Home

6:00 PM


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DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL SCHEDULE

GIRLS FLAG FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Head Coach: DT Thornton Assistant Coach: Joe Roberts

Head Coach: Lindsay Ingram Assistant Coach: Chris Ramer, Madison Lankford Day

Month

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Saturday

February

13th

Lake Howell - Pre Season

@Lake Howell

TBA

Tuesday

February

16th

@Timber Creek

@Timber Creek

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Thursday

February

18th

Mount Dora(V)

Home

6:00PM(V)

Tuesday

February

23rd

Atlantic*(V)

Home

5:30PM(V)

Wednesday

February

24th

@Lake Mary

@Lake Mary

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Thursday

February

25th

Titusville

Home

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Tuesday

March

2nd

@Deltona Trinity(V)

@Dupont Field

4:00PM(V)

Thursday

March

4th

Hagerty

Home

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Thursday

March

11th

@Flagler

@Flagler

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Tuesday

March

16th

Pine Ridge*(V)

Home 6:00(V)

6:00PM(V)

Thursday

March

18th

@Bishop Moore

@Bishop Moore

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Tuesday

March

30th

@New Smyrna

@NSB Complex

4:30PM & 6:30PM

Friday Saturday

April April

2nd 3rd

@Kissimmee Classic @Kissimmee Classic

@Fortune Rd Athletic Complex @Fortune Rd Athletic Complex

TBD TBD

Tuesday

April

6th

@Lake Howell(V)

@Lake Howell

7:00PM(V)

Wednesday

April

7th

Taylor*

Home

4:30PM & 6:30PM

Tuesday

April

13th

Deltona Trinity(V) Senior Night

Home

Thursday

April

15th

@Oviedo

@Oviedo

Day

Month

Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Thursday

March

4th

Deland

@Deland

5:00 PM

Wednesday

March

10th

University

@UHS

5:00 PM

Tuesday

March

16th

Pine Ridge

Home

5:00 PM

Thursday

March

18th

Seabreeze

@Seabreeze

5:00 PM

Tuesday

March

31st

Mainland

@Mainland

5:00

Friday

April

2nd

Windermere

Home

5:00 PM (JV) 6:00 PM (V)

Wednesday

April

7th

Spruce Creek

@Spruce Creek

5:00 PM

Thursday

April

8th

Matanzas

Home

6:00 PM

Tuesday

April

13th

New Smyrna

@New Smyrna

5:30 PM

TRACK AND FIELD SCHEDULE

Coaches: Blair Duoos (Coach D) - blduoos@volusia.k12.fl.us Rich Scott - rlscott@volusia.k12.fl.us Day

Month

Meet

Location

Time

Tuesday

1/26/21

Practice Begins

Home

4:00PM

Wednesday

2/17/21

Season Opener

Home

4:30PM

Wednesday

2/24/21

Amazon

Home

4:30PM

Friday

2/26/21

East Coast Classic

Flagler

4:00PM

5:30PM(V)

Wednesday

3/3/21

West Volusia Invite

Home

3:30PM

5:00PM & 7:00PM

Saturday

3/6/21

Lake Mary Invite

Lake Mary

10:00AM

Tuesday

3/9/21

Fresh/Soph Meet

Spruce Creek

4:00PM

Saturday

3/13/21

Big D Relays

Deland

10:00AM

Wednesday

3/17/21

St. Patty’s Invite

Home

4:30PM

Thursday

3/18/21

Spring Spectacular

University

4:00PM

Friday

April

16th

Lyman(V)

Home

5:30PM(V)

Tuesday

April

20

@Mainland*

@Mainland

4:00PM(V) & JV after

Wednesday

April

21

Timber Creek(V)

Home

6:00PM(V)

Thursday

April

22

Lake Mary(V)

Home

6:00PM(V)

Wednesday

3/31/21

Quad Meet

Home

4:30PM

M,W,Th

April

26th,28th, 29th

District Tournament

Ormond Complex

TBA

Saturday

4/3/21

University Invite

University

10:00AM

Wednesday

4/14/21

District Qualifier

Matanzas

10:00AM

Saturday

5/1/21

Regional Qualifier

Orange Park

10:00AM

District Games Conference Games *

*All meets are subject to change and there may be more meets added.

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THE LEARNING COMMONS @ DELTONA HIGH SCHOOL

“Every Wolf deserves a HUB.” We continue to do the work that is needed to make the Media MARCH Center a central location for all to explore and enjoy, a Learning Spring into Reading Commons! Expect the space to be a HUB that provides our students, Don’t forget to check out a book for leisure reading, wherever faculty, and staff with a diversified collection of books and an you may go during the break. When you get back, share it with the Book Club and get your Project Lit Community Brag Tag and an environment that embraces the many ways we live and learn. invite to the Community celebration. CELEBRATING LITERACY WEEK (January 25th to 29st) It’s 2021 and you should resolve to READ, because… research THE FINISH LINE Seniors, consider visiting the Learning Commons to work on shows that: scholarships, college applications, essays, or use the time to do the • It helps you get a better job research. Study for the ACT or the SAT in a designated space. • It’s a workout for your brain See you in the Media Center! • It develops communication skills Ms. Hauser • It helps you be a better leader Media Specialist Teachers! The Media Center is open for your booking needs. Email Ms. Hauser or stop by to view the calendar for availability. FEBRUARY Black History Month (February 1st – March 1st) Join us for activities held throughout the month. Digital Learning Day (February 25th) One day to focus on fun and engaging activities featuring small robotics, circuitry, 3D Printing, and more. Activities to be announced.

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