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Community Partners

 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE COMMUNITY TO BE INVOLVED IN THE

DAINGERFIELD-LONE STAR ISD SCHOOLS

 

 

Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students)

Campus:        West Elementary, South Elementary, Junior High

What:            Males from the community volunteer to spend time at school

encouraging students and presenting a positive male influence on campus.

Who:              Dads, grand dads, and other positive male role models. There is a

brief training, and volunteers must pass a background check.

Contact:        the campus counselor or principal

 

 

Mentoring Pals

Campus:      West Elementary, South Elementary, Junior High, High School

What:          Community volunteers dedicate 30 minutes once a month to eat lunch, tutor, or read to a student at school.

                    Volunteers pick the grade level!

Who:           All community members! There is a brief training, and volunteers must pass a background check.

Contact:      the campus counselor or principal or Martha Campbell at administration

 

 

The Young Gentleman’s Club

Campus:     South Elementary

What:         A club dedicated to developing young men of character through

                   mentoring and instilling the skills needed to be respectful and productive citizens. Students attend weekly   

                   meetings at South Elementary and monthly meetings/outings are held on Saturdays.

Who:          Community members wanting to financially support or host monthly outings.

Contact:     Mr. Bruce Harris, teacher at South Elementary

 

 

P.T.O.

Campus:       West Elementary, South Elementary

What:           Parents and teachers joining together to support and promote the elementary schools.

Who:            Parents and teachers

Contact:       the campus counselor or principal

 

 

Band Boosters

Campus:      Junior High, High School

What:          A booster club which supports and promotes the Junior High and High School band programs.

Who:           Parents and community volunteers who wish to support and promote the band.

Contact:      the Junior High or High School Band Director

 

 

Athletic Boosters

Campus:       Junior High, High School

What:           A booster club which supports and promotes the Junior High and High School boys and girls athletic programs.

Who:            Parents and community volunteers who wish to support and promote athletics.

Contact:       the Athletic Office

 

 

Veterans Program

Campus:        West Elementary, South Elementary, Junior High, High School

What:            On Veterans Day, each school takes time to honor Veterans of our community in a special way. West Elementary has a breakfast and a program; South Elementary has donuts and a program; Junior High has refreshments and a program; High School has a luncheon. The times are staggered so Veterans may attend activities at one or all four campuses. This allows our students to honor those in our community who have served in the Armed Forces. Veterans need only to attend.

Who:             Community members who have served in the Armed Forces.

Contact:        the campus counselor or principal to receive information on the date and time

 

 

Students in the Community

Campus:       Multiple

What:            DLSISD wants our students to be active in the community; many programs involve students serving the community. We encourage parents to support their students’ involvement and community members to look for ways we can serve. Examples: Food drives (Multiple). Adopt a Grandparent at Windsor (South Elementary). Student Groups serving at Community Banquets (JH, HS).

Who:             DLSISD Students

Contact:        the campus counselor

 

 

COALITION AGAINST DRUG ABUSE

Parents and Communities teaming up to prevent underage drinking, marijuana use, and prescription drug abuse. (Formerly Mission Possible)

                                        

                                                

SHAC (Student Health Advisory Committee)/Ounce of Prevention

Research shows that healthy children do better in school - from attendance and behavior to academics and overall performance. The Daingerfield-Lone Star ISD School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) works with the district to help school communities support good health and academic achievement.  A SHAC (School Health Advisory Council) is a school board appointed advisory group of individuals who represent different segments of the community. The SHAC is made up of parents, community members, and school staff working together to improve the health of all students and families through coordinated school health programs.  The SHAC meets four times a year in conjunction with the monthly meetings of Ounce of Prevention.

Parents and Community members are invited to attend the monthly SHAC/Ounce of Prevention Meetings held at the Church on the Rock Activity Center on the second Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon. 

 

*All volunteers who work with students must pass a background check.

 

 

Contact Information:

West Elementary                903-645-2901    

South Elementary              903-645-3501

Junior High                         903-645-2261

High School                        903-645-3968

Athletic Office                    903-645-3465

Administration                   903-645-2239