DOHS is going to experience A Day in the Life of a Zookeeper on the afternoon of Friday March 8. This career workshop includes hands-on activities and live animal demonstrations. Whether you’ve been reading about zoo animals in Contemporary Lit, are interested in working at a zoo someday, or just like animals, you don’t want to miss this behind-the-scenes look at the Denver Zoo. The workshop, from 1-3 on Friday March, 8, is open to a limited number of students, so email Mrs. Glynn at Jessica_glynn@dpsk12.org to reserve your spot.
For all biology students, please plan to attend May 5th from 11-2 at CEC.
Saturday, March 3 10am Denver Museum of Natural History in City Park – meet at the Wolves in front of the building. We will walk around and enter through the East side that faces Colorado Blvd. We have reservations for the IMAX movie Tornado Alley in 3D at 10:30 and then will be walking through the Lizards and Snakes Exhibit at 11:30.
There is no cost for the museum but there is a $5 fee for the IMAX movie.
Bring money for food. We have no plans after the Lizards and Snakes exhibit and will discuss pick up times that morning.
You must RSVP Andrew Schurger if you plan on attending.
Saturday, February 25th, at CEC from 11-1 to facilitate any labs that you may need to complete or answer any questions.
Denver Museum of Natural Science field trip March 3, 2012 at 11am.
Saturday, January 13 from 11-2 at CEC in room 121. For more information please contact Mr. Schurger.
We would like to put together a History Day team to represent Denver Online High School. If you are not familiar with this, it is a competition in which students research a historical topic related to a theme and present their topic in a paper, exhibit board, documentary, performance, or website. The students conduct extensive primary and secondary research to make their project the best they can and then compete in regional, state, and national competition if they make it. This years theme is Revolution, Reaction, Reform in History. Students find the experience rewarding on multiple levels as do parents! If you would like to know more about the competition please visit the National History Day website at National History Day and contact Brittany Scritchfield or Mike Clem for questions or to participate.