For several months, students at DJH have been able to enjoy learning in addition to the traditional subjects. This took place one day a week during T-period. Teachers and staff took the responsibility of teaching students in an area in which they were interested. The subjects included quilt making, cooking, persuasive speaking, and music. On Friday, March 9, parents and community were invited to the junior high and students demonstrated what they had learned.
The Culinary Arts of the Junior High prepared a luncheon for those who attended. The menu will consisted of chicken and spaghetti, tossed green salad, garlic bread, and peach cobbler. Students decorated the cafeteria, seated guests, and served them.
Students, parents, and teachers all agreed it was a great day.