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October 23rd - October 27th is Red Ribbon Week. The PHAST Club has the following activities scheduled for the week. We encourage staff to dress up and come out and join the fun at lunch!

Monday: "Are you RED-Y to kick off Red Ribbon Week? Wear Red on Monday!
Tuesday: Drug Dog Demonstration, games, music and prizes.
Wednesday: California Highway Patrol, games, music and prizes.
Thursday: Hollywood themed Photo Booth, games, music and prizes.
Friday: Denair Fire Department, games, music and prizes.
Someone from the county will be here Monday morning to observe. We are hoping to win best decorated school. This includes decor and activities throughout the week. Wish us luck!
January 13th Winter Formal
January 26th Winter Homecoming
April 28th Prom
May 9th and 10th Seniors go to Disneyland
Go Coyotes!

Fourteen drab patches of blacktop at Denair High School were transformed Thursday into colorful personalized parking spots by a group of energetic seniors.

The students responded to an offer by Principal Kara Backman to all members of the Class of 2018. Seniors had to submit designs for preapproval by Backman and campus supervisor Melissa Treadwell. Having completed that process, Thursday morning was a time to paint, with an added bonus of an entire day away from class.

The school provided most of the paint, brushes and rollers, but students could bring their own colors.

Predictably, purple was a popular choice as the primary color or accent, though Courtney Prock’s space is a bright pink (her favorite color) and Madison Keas’ is orange (borrowed from the San Francisco Giants, plus her love of the Disney musical “Newsies.”) Continue reading “14 Creative Seniors Put Their Own Mark on Denair High Parking Lot” »

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Denair Students, Staff and Community Members Inspired by Rachel’s Challenge Program

“Only kindness matters.”

At its heart, that is the message delivered powerfully, emotionally and respectfully Tuesday to Denair students, their teachers and parents during a series of presentations known as Rachel’s Challenge.

The nationwide program is a tribute to Rachel Scott, the first student killed on April 20, 1999, in the mass shooting at Columbine High School in Denver. Before she died, Rachel was a champion on her campus for forgiveness, love and compassion, often defending classmates who were bullied, taunted or teased by other students.

Though rooted in tragedy, Rachel’s Challenge has become a force for teaching children and adults. Since it was started by her family, the program has reached more than 23 million people. Continue reading “Denair Students, Staff and Community Members Inspired by Rachel’s Challenge Program” »

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Youth, Lack of Experience Contribute to Season-Opening Loss for Denair Football Team

Ten juniors, seven sophomores and just five seniors. That’s the makeup of the 2017 Denair High football team. And if you factor in the differences in physical maturity between those players – as well as the relative lack of experience – Friday night’s 48-2 season-opening loss to Summerville isn’t nearly as surprising as the final score might indicate.

Any thoughts that the momentum of last fall’s overachieving playoff team would carry over to this year were erased by halftime, when the Coyotes trailed 35-0.

“We started very slow,” assessed Denair coach Anthony Armas. “We didn’t adjust to their size and speed. … They definitely were the better team.” Continue reading "Youth, Lack of Experience Contributes to Season-Opening Loss for Denair Football Team"»

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Denair Pulse
DenairPulse was created to share news about happenings in Denair, CA. The intent of this site is to promote positive news about the community, the schools and the people who make Denair a great place to live. We’re hoping to post news items on a regular basis, to keep the community informed about events and news that matters to you.

Breakfast at DHS

Breakfast is FREE to all students. Breakfast is served in the Coyote Cafe from 7:30 to 7:55 a.m.



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