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Jennie Rogers and Toliver STLP Teams Advance to State
Posted on 11/25/2014
Toliver and Jennie Rogers entered two showcases each at the regional Student Technology Leadership Program competition last week in Somerset. Each showcase team was interviewed by a panel of judges and had to present their project in a time frame of 10 minutes. We are happy to announce that all four showcases advanced to the state competition in March. In order to advance, each showcase had to receive 85 points out of 100 on a pre-established rubric. Congratulations to all of the students and sponsors who worked hard to accomplished this.   READ MORE...
DHS Cheerleaders Finish 1st at Regional Competition
Posted on 11/24/2014
Congratulations to the Danville High School Admiral Cheerleaders and coaches for taking first place in their division this past weekend. They will now complete at the state level.   READ MORE...
Hogsett Student's Art Work Chosen For Traveling Exhibit
Posted on 11/19/2014
We are excited to announce that one student from Hogsett Elementary School was chosen to be a part of this year’s VSA Student Traveling Art Exhibition. This is such a great honor! There were only 28 art pieces representing 20 school systems that were chosen this year. The artwork will be displayed at the 2014 Kentucky Exceptional Children’s Conference at the Galt House in Louisville and at the Capitol Plaza Tower in Frankfort during Youth Art Month in March 2015. We have requested that the art exhibit be at Hogsett for a week as well. Congratulations to Hogsett Kindergartner, Brooklyn Null!  READ MORE...
Big Ads Madness
Posted on 11/18/2014
Join us Monday, November 24th at 7:30 pm in the Danville High School gym for Big Ads Madness. We will be recognizing each member of our middle school and high school fall sports teams. There are several other fun things planned as well. A chili supper will take place from 6:00 to 7:30. Cost for the chili supper is $5 per person. We hope to see you there!  READ MORE...
Alumni Spotlight: Alan Arnold
Posted on 11/17/2014
Alan Arnold: DHS class of 1982-Alan was recently awarded the Golden Hammer lifetime achievement award for his work with Habitat for Humanity since 1996. The Golden Hammer is Atlanta Habitat for Humanity's highest lifetime achievement honor and is given to the person who shows outstanding dedication to affordable homeownership and enduring commitment to Atlanta Habitat. Alan has worked with Habitat for Humanity in Atlanta since 1996. He was its first volunteer general counsel. He served two terms on the board of directors, and currently serves as chair of the Advisory Council. Atlanta Habitat is one of the most productive affiliates in the country, having built more than 1500 homes. Alan is also a Danville Schools Distinguished Alumnus. Congratulations Alan!  READ MORE...
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