DGN Omega

  • February 2202/19/21 - Girls' Varsity Gymnastics beats Addison Trail, moves to 3-0 record
  • February 2202/19/21 - Boys' Varsity Basketball beats OPRF 50-44, 4-0 record going strong
  • February 1302/13/21 - Girls' Varsity Basketball defeats Hinsdale Central 42-28, 2-0 record to start the season
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COMMONS PROGRESS: a slide of images from Superintendent Hank Thiele
Bull's Board Corner: March 1
Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief • March 1, 2021

Hey, students. This is a series of news updates by me, Omega Editor-in-Chief and District 99 Board of Education Student Representative Sam Bull, that is designed to inform you, the DGN student body, of the most relevant changes, decisions, and updates from the most recent Board of Education meeting. In other words: this is exactly what you need to know from every Board meeting. A very short Board meeting this week consisted of just a few quick updates about the school year and the Master Facility...

Superintendent Hank Thiele presents an update about the 2020-21 school year. This was the first in-person Board meeting since Oct. 19
Bull's Board Corner: February 22
Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2021

Hey, students. This is a series of news updates by me, Omega Editor-in-Chief and District 99 Board of Education Student Representative Sam Bull, that is designed to inform you, the DGN student body, of the most relevant changes, decisions, and updates from the most recent Board of Education meeting. In other words: this is exactly what you need to know from every Board meeting. Last night's meeting was short and sweet—here’s all that you need to know:    2020-21 School Year Update:  According...

DROP OFF: Students place their saliva tubules in a designated bucket on Feb. 18
CDC update metric guidelines, saliva screenings become optional
Amelia Carlson, Editor-in-Chief • February 19, 2021

Saliva screenings will now be optional for in-person students due to updated guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), which was announced in an email sent to District 99 students and families on Feb. 19. The saliva screenings, which started for in-person students Feb. 16, were implemented for the purpose of ensuring a safe learning environment while also becoming less reliant on community COVID-19 metrics. “Even though screenings are now optional, given that student participation...