Wednesday, March 1


Today Celebrates: Peace Corps Day, Plan a Solo Vacation Day, World Compliment Day, and National Pig Day!

Lunch for today includes: BBQ Pork Sandwich, Popcorn Chicken with Roll, Vegetarian Baked Beans, Steamed Broccoli, Diced Peaches, Fresh Fruit, and Milk.

This is a friendly reminder that this is the last week of the winter session of the After School Academy, with the last day being this Thursday, March 2nd. Please be advised that there will be NO transportation beyond the regular school-day until the spring session begins. Please be on the lookout for Spring registration.

Attention students! Now is your chance to get the writing support you long for during a time that works for you. Every Tuesday through Thursday writing tutoring will be available to students in Mrs. Tracy’s room, A-118, from 7:15 until 8:00 a.m. Be sure to bring your writing assignment, expectations, and or required rubrics. All academic writing will be targeted.

Decatur Nation! At 8:30 a.m. TOMORROW, March 2nd, Stephen Decatur High School graduate Mary Mergott will be speaking in the cafeteria about her experiences at the United States Coast Guard Academy. Any teachers interested in having their class attend please see Mr. August TODAY.

There will be a Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting this Thursday and every Thursday until spring break beginning at 7:15 in Mr. Drahiem’s room, D-153. at 7:15. See Ms. Fluty or Mrs. Fenzel-Mergott if you have any questions. All are welcome!

Seniors! For the first time in forever, we are taking a senior class trip! It’s a “sweet” one to Hershey Park on May 22nd with a rain date of May 25th. The cost of the trip is $50 and it is open to the first 100 seniors who submit their money and permission slip to Mrs. Berquist in the CRT Office. Cash or checks made payable to SDHS will be accepted. Permission slips are available outside of the CRT Office now. Don’t miss out on this culminating high school experience.

PROMise is back again to host their 8th annual prom gown giveaway at Parkside High School in Salisbury on Saturday, March 4. The PROMise Project is a non-profit organization that provides dresses for girls across the Eastern Shore. This event will feature more than one thousand prom gowns ranging in sizes 0 to 26.

All gowns have been donated to the non-profit organization throughout the years by various local retail shops. The event is free and open to all Delmarva high school students. Students must present a valid high school ID for admittance to the event. The event will start at 10am and it will end at 2pm. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Johnson in Room C129.

Don’t forget to purchase your copy of the 2023 Seahawk yearbook. Order online at Copies are now 95 dollars each, but that price increases to 110 dollars on July 1st. Do not delay, order today!

For Sports:

Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball team for their domination on the court last night when they took on Oxen Hill in the Region Semifinals! Way to go Seahawks!

Attention ALL prospective tennis players: All paperwork and family ID information must be completed by noon TODAY. No paperwork will be accepted at practice. Please turn all completed physicals directly into the Athletic Trainer. Practice begins at 3:00 p.m. on the tennis courts. See Mr. Greenwood in C-174 or Mr. Berquist with all questions.

Tryouts for softball begin TODAY. Report to the softball field from 3:00 till 5:00. Family ID & physical form must be completed to attend tryouts.

Remember to base your decisions on the Decatur Way principles. Have Wonderful Wednesday Decatur!