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The Mesa Arts Center recently hosted a Clay Olympics event that challenged students to creatively solve a variety of problems in clay. Dobson students earned trophies in four of the six events and 3 students were awarded scholarships for their creative abilities. Way to go Dobson Ceramics!
Congratulations to the following Questbridge College Match Finalists for this year:
- Uriah Armstrong
- Michael Botchway
- Kelli Brown
- Jessie Hernandez Hernandez
- Brandon Islas
- Tram Ngo
- Stephany Rivero Loya
The QuestBridge National College Match is a college and scholarship application process that helps outstanding high school seniors gain admission and full four-year scholarships to the nation's most selective colleges.
College Match Scholarships, which are provided by participating colleges, cover the full cost of tuition, room and board, are loan-free, and require no parental contribution.
Dobson Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra takes home Superior with Distinction score from ABODA Fall Orchestra Festival
The DHS Clay Club members have been working hard to prepare for MCC's annual Empty Bowls event held on October 4th. Students have been throwing, trimming, loading, unloading, glazing, and firing during the first quarter. Their hard work paid off with the final count totaling 300 hand-made bowls, the club's greatest contribution to date. Bowls are sold for $10 each and all the proceeds go to Paz De Christo a local organization that feeds, clothes, and empowers those in need in the East Valley.
- Freshmen: Keona Mathus & Tate Sheldon
- Sophomores: Tiffany Brown & Daijon Christie
- Juniors: Leo Gallegos & Aiden Moser
- Seniors: Pablo Santos Molina & David Lopez
- Teachers: Beth Brandt & Vicky Ford
- Freshman: Aidan Frank, Dawson Devevec
- Sophomore: Jaquelyn Hernandez, Maren Wenger
- Junior: Leslie Flores, Jacob Martinez
- Senior: Ryan Belles, Kelli Brown
- Teachers: Ashley Benda, Hope Finzer
Dobson student Jack Henteleff has been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. An official Letter of Commendation from Dobson and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation will be presented to this talented senior. An incredible accomplishment, Jack is a student who demonstrates outstanding potential for academic success. We wish Jack well in his future endeavors. Congratulations!
English teacher Kim Klett traveled to Sarajevo and Srebenica, Bosnia, in August with the Educators' Institute for Human Rights. In Bosnia, Mrs. Klett worked with teachers and non-government organizations to work on Holocaust education. While there, she visited the Potocari Memorial and Cemetery for the Victims of the 1995 Genocide, along with other sites and museums.
We are so proud of you Mrs. Klett! #dobsonpride #respect #leavingalegacy