Luke Skylar McHan will serve as the new band director at Dalton High School starting in August 2019.
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Dalton High School Spanish III and IV Advanced students took the language skills they have worked on this year and presented them to some pretty tough critics: first and third grade students at Westwood.
Dalton Public Schools celebrated the rich history of writing that has been passed down in the district through the years at the annual Young Georgia Authors Celebration on March 27.
The annual Rising Professionals event for students allows high school students to attend breakout sessions covering a variety of employability and life skills.
Wes Phinney was named the 2019 Theater Educator of the Year at the Georgia Thespians Conference.
Senior Jackson Wright was named as the STAR Student for Dalton High School and selected social studies teacher Michael Coulter as his influential STAR Teacher.
Morris Innovative High School's Future Business Leaders of America competitors walked away from the Region Leadership Conference on January 9 as winners.
With more than 30 chapters competing in the 14-county area, these students represented MIHS well. Five students placed in the top five and received medals.
Joaquin Mendez - 2nd place in Website Design
Elizabeth Cornejo - 5th place in Job Interview and 9th in Future Business Leader
Karlee Maddux - 2nd place in Emerging Business Issues
Megan Palmer - 5th place in Introduction to Public Speaking and 9th in Hospitality Management Team
Dawson Rhoades - 2nd place in Emerging Business Issues
Megan Palmer said, "FBLA has helped me to build my confidence in myself and come out of my shell to compete."
Three students competed online and did well, however, did not place in the top five. Brittany Adkins (9th in Hospitality Management Team), Andrea Velasquez and Jamon Watson joined their classmates for the conference and helped the MIHS FBLA chapter win points for competing.
FBLA sponsor Sheila Yarbrough commented, "I am very proud of these students who had the courage to go in front of others and make a presentation. They all worked hard at improving their communication skills, and I am so excited that they took the initiative to get out of their comfort zone and compete."
Pictured above from left to right:
Front Row: Karlee Maddux, Elizabeth Cornejo, Megan Palmer, Sheila Yarbrough, FBLA Adviser
Back row: Dawson Rhoades, Jamon Watson, FBLA Treasurer, and Brittany Adkins, FBLA Secretary
Thirteen Dalton High Schools FBLA students competed in the Region Competition this year, as well, with seven placing in the Top 10 to advance to compete in the state competition, which will be held in Atlanta on March 22-23. The following students placed in the top ten at Region:
Deval Patel- 1st place Intro. to Financial Math
Hope Parker- 5th place Intro. to Financial Math
Ellen Kirk- 7th place Intro. to Financial Math
Connor Johnson- 8th place Intro. to Financial Math
Abby O'Ferrall- 9th place Intro. to Financial Math
Abby O'Ferrall- 2nd place Intro. to Business Communication
Deval Patel- 4th place Intro. to Business Communication
Connor Johnson- 6th place Intro. to Business Communication
Hope Parker 7th place Intro. to Business Communication
Jill Patel- 5th place Economics
Avery Hill- 8th place Economics