• DHS CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

      

    ART / PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB—See
    To create higher appreciation for art and photography.
     
    CHEERLEADER/MASCOT—See 

    To promote and uphold school spirit, and to develop good sportsmanship.

     
    CRIME STOPPERS—See 
    To provide students an opportunity to be a part of making D.H.S. a safe environment.
     
    EAGLE DOLLS—See Mrs. Chance
    To provide added color to marching band and performances and promote school spirit.
     
    FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) - See Ty Lang 
    Not limited to athletes, participants invited to share fellowship and uplifting values.
     
    FFA (Future Farmers of America)—See Mr. Allsup or Mr. Naumann
    To learn valuable skills necessary for home, community, and agriculture projects.
      
    ITC (International Thespian club)—See 

    An international honor society that serves the community through theatrical endeavors.

     
    NHS (National Honors Society)— Mrs. Micinski
    Enthusiasm for scholarship, service, leadership, and character in DHS students.
     
    QUILL AND SCROLL INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY—See 
    To recognize superior work in high school journalism.
     
    SPEECH AND DRAMA—See 
    Stimulate appreciation of speech and theater, and the skills important  to this art form.
     
    SPANISH CLUB—See Mr. Warrick
    Familiarization of Spanish-American customs, traditions, art through variety of activities.
     
    SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY – See Mr. Warrick
    State and National recognition for excellence in achievement in language/culture.
     
    STUDENT COUNCIL— See Mrs. bayless
    Develop good citizenship, to promote harmonious relations throughout the school.
     
    STUDENTS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE - See Mr. McNeil
    To bring awareness of global conflicts.
     
    SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)—See Mrs. Lang
    To prevent the use of alcohol or other drugs.