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DCHS Summer Reading Information

Daviess County High School will be offering summer reading for ALL students this year. Students at each grade level are offered several books to choose from that will complement the academic text read in their classes next year.

2015 Panthers Football Youth Camp

2015 DC Football Panther Youth Camp will be held on July 13-15 from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Cost is $15 per player
Register online: www.daviesscountyfootball.com
Questions email: matt.brannon@daviess.kyschools.us

2015 Lady Panthers Youth Basketball Camp

Lady Panthers Basketball Head Coach Natalie Powers and the rest of the Lady Panthers are hosting their annual basketball camp on July 13th - 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for students entering 2nd - 8th grades.  Click here for a registration form.  For more information, contact Lady Panthers Head Coach, Natalie Payne.

2015 DCHS Youth Soccer Camp

For information or to register for the DCHS Youth Soccer Camp that will take place July 27th - July 31st at the Deer Park Soccer Complex, click here or contact Lady Panthers Soccer Coach, David Sandifer.

2015-2016 New KHSAA Physical Form

Parents of High School Athletes,

The KHSAA has adopted new physical forms for the 2015-2016 school year. There are separate Parental Consent forms for middle school athletics and high school athletics. GE04 – is the parent permission form for high school level play (freshman, JV, varsity), and is signed by both the student and the parents. Any middle school student playing up at the high school level will be required to turn in a GEO4 along with the new physical form (PPEF). It is very important that any NEW physical for your child must be completed on this form.   This new physical form (PPEF) contains a section that is to be completed by the family with health history information, and on the back side, the new physician clearance form.  This standard form replaces all prior versions of the physical form. The link below contains both forms (GE04 & PPEF) for students participating at the HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL (freshman, jv, varsity). Students and parents may also pick up a copy of the new form in the DCHS Athletic Office.

ALL OLD FORMS THAT HAVE BEEN COMPLETED REMAIN VALID FOR THE ONE YEAR PLUS ONE MONTH PERIOD FROM THE DATE OF ADMINISTRATION AS SPECIFIED WITHIN THE KHSAA HANDBOOK, BUT ANY NEW EXAM SHOULD UTILIZE THE NEW FORM

http://khsaa.org/forms/CombinedGE04andPPEForm.pdf

or click here for the new 2015-2016 Physical Form

Luau Fun'raiser for Foundation for DCPS - Aug. 1

SAVE THE DATE - SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 2015
Join us for a Luau Fun’raiser benefiting 11,400+ DCPS children through the Foundation for DCPS

Reid’s Orchard • 4818 Kentucky 144 • Owensboro, KY

 

DCPS Teachers of the Year

We are proud to announce the 2015 DCPS Great Expectations Teachers of the Year! 

DCPS solicitation notice to the public
DCPS Summer Feeding Program

DCPS is participating in the Summer Food Service Program for children and youth age 18 and younger. Click "Read More" for list of free meal schedule and locations. 

2015-16 Laptops Can't Install Games or Music Players

Students in all four high school grades will not be able to install Minecraft, RealMedia Player, Spotify, or other non-school related programs. 

If you feel the new policy is too restrictive, you should consider bringing your own device (BYOD).

Attendance Zone Changes - Effective July 1, 2015

View this page to see Attendance Zone changes approved by DCPS Board of Education on March 19, 2015. 

Adult Credit Recovery

Credit recovery opportunities are available for adults who left a DCPS high school with just a few credits remaining to qualify for a diploma.

Support Our Schools!

Students benefit when schools and homes work together on their behalf! Here are some easy ways you can support DCPS and our children!

Goals

The DCPS Board of Education has adopted four overarching goals that will guide our district as we continue to fulfill our mission of preparing students to succeed for life.

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