DMS wears their craziest socks for the first day of Red Ribbon Week.
- Dietrich White and Mary Foster
DMS dominates against Echols Middle School, 20-6, at the last game of the season! Peyton Stevenson and Hayes Atkins both scored for the team.
The DMS Tigers face off against Echols Middle School tonight at their final game of the season. They are placed 4th and 5th in these playoffs, and they play at Northport in Tuscaloosa. DMS cheers their tigers on at the last pep rally of the season.
DMS 8th graders participated in the World of Works Expo on Thursday, Oct. 13 as part of an Alabama initiative to promote careers for all students. This was a hands-on field trip in which students were introduced to careers in the areas of agriculture, construction, energy/utilities, engineering, healthcare, hospitality/tourism, auto/manufacturing, public safety, and transportation. Students were given a chance to see what each job may be like by real professionals in the field.
For the character trait of “respectful,” congratulations to 6th grader, Katie Ward, 7th grader, Alyssa Dial, and 8th grader, Khushi Patel for being voted by your teachers as the Core Character Students of the Week!
Demopolis City School’s homecoming was Friday Oct. 7th, 2016. They gave the “game ball” to the well known “Can Good” who has volunteered to work at the high school for 40 years and hopefully for many more.
The homecoming queen was Ja’Kayla Bell. Members of the 2016 Demopolis High School Homecoming Court are, from left, (seated) Aundria Murdock, freshman maid; Baleigh Holtzclaw, Ja’Kayla Bell, Allison Polk, senior maids; Ashleigh Ivory, junior maid; (standing) Leah Hinton, freshman maid, Kamryn Harris, Stevie Fields, sophomore maids; and India Woodard, junior maid.
~Caitilin Anderson and Aniya Kunkle