PTSA
 
The Del Norte High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is a non-profit volunteer-run association that organizes events for students and teachers throughout the year, including:
 
  • Adopt-A-Family –Thank you to everyone who contributed towards our Adopt-a-Family program. Your donations made it possible for us to assist all of our Nighthawk families in need this holiday season. Thank you so much for your generosity!  
  • Grad NiteAn all-night graduation celebration filled with food, fun, games, and entertainment in a safe, alcohol-free environment.
  • Scholarships – All Seniors are encouraged to apply for one of five $500 PTSA scholarships. Deadline is Thursday, May 9. You must be a PTSA member to be eligible. It's easy to join and apply! Click here for the application: 2019 DNHS Senior Scholarship Essay Application
  • Student Support ServicesOpen to all students, provides an opportunity to be successful socially and academically.
  • Red Ribbon WeekHighlights drug and alcohol awareness and encourages healthy choices.
  • Reflections A national arts recognition and achievement program for students that offers recognition for artistic abilities in many categories. Click here for more information.
  • Staff Appreciation & HospitalityVarious activities showing DNHS our appreciation and welcoming visitors to our campus.
  • Volunteer Coordination & TrainingPromote volunteerism at DNHS, process paperwork for the district and advertise volunteer opportunities.
  • Gifts to SchoolProceeds from Fundraisers to benefit school and students.

Contact PTSA: dnhs.ptsa@gmail.com
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