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March 5, 2021 Asynchronous Learning Day, Spring Break March 8- March 12, 2021, and Staff Development/Student Holiday March 15, 2021

Spring Break is just around the corner!!
Diboll ISD students will have an asynchronous learning day this Friday March 5th, Spring Break March 8th-March 12th, and March 15th is a Staff Development/ Student Holiday! We hope that you enjoy your break, and look forward to seeing you back March 16th! Stay safe and healthy! Please view the attached documents.

Leadership Tomorrow Applications Now Available in the Counseling Office - Deadline to apply is 4-5-2021.

Leadership Tomorrow was developed for high school juniors (current year Sophomores for their Junior year) and is hosted by the Chamber. The program mirrors the Leadership Lufkin program. Students in the program have the opportunity to learn about Angelina County firsthand, to explore opportunities that exist for their futures in this area, and to give back to the community through community volunteer service.

The class year will begin with an Opening Reception to welcome students and thank their sponsors. During the following seven months, the students will attend a day on the Ropes Course, and five additional sessions that educate them on social services, health care, education, local economy and government in Angelina County. Also included in the program will be three community volunteer projects.

No Valentine's Day Deliveries

Diboll High School will not be accepting any outside deliveries for Valentine's Day! Unfortunately with Covid-19 still a major concern, we are unable to accept flower or gift deliveries.

Personal Graduation Plans (Grade 9)

Beginning in the fall of 2014 House Bill 5 (HB5), was passed by the Texas Legislature. The new graduation plan replaces the state’s 4x4 graduation plan with a 22-credit foundation plan that allows students to receive endorsements in specific areas for a total of 26 credits. There are five areas from which students may choose based on their interests. As an incoming 9th grader, your child will choose one of the following areas of endorsement: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Business and Industry Arts and Humanities Public Service Multidisciplinary Studies


Parents we need your input. Please view the attached School-Parent-Student Compact and provide any additional recommendations on how we can better serve you and your child. Please sign (electronically) that you have reviewed the Compact and are ready to partner with us to ensure that your child receive the very best educational experience possible.


Andre Emmons, Ed.D
Principal Diboll High School
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