May 15-21, 2023 - Eagle Eye News

Thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU! to our DCS families for all the love, appreciation, goodies and gifts you showered us with this past week. An extra special Thank You to Josilyn Bell for leading, organizing and coordinating each day’s offerings to the staff.   We are blessed to serve such a wonderful community!

Fine Arts Fair and Spring Music Concerts are this week!  Make sure you are up to date on the schedule of events and which grades are performing each night. Get all the details in the weekly Eagle Eye

Raid your change jar, check under the couch cushions and the floorboards in your car for any spare change so you can support our Home Economics class as they sell their fresh baked goodies on Monday night. 

Our Junior High Track Team competed in their district championships last week.  For a small team, they did a fantastic job with the girls team taking 2nd and the boys team 4th overall.  In addition, they broke 9 different school records and have 6 athletes that have qualified to compete at the Oregon Middle School Meet of Champions in Corvallis on Wednesday, May 24th.


Senior Spotlight: Peter Gilbert

After completing his 6th grade year in a local public school, Peter and his family knew they wanted something different for his education and made the decision to join the DCS family in the 7th grade. Peter has enjoyed his years at DCS and has favorite memories surrounding multiple events like the Washington DC trip, Drama Productions, High School Formal, etc. Peter has valued time with teachers, classmates and the DCS people and community as a whole and will miss this aspect of his time here the most.  He says it will be weird to move on to the next phase of life without them. Peter is planning on attending Reed College in the fall but is still undecided on a course of study. He says he will “just figure it out when he gets there.” Peter has not considered himself to be a very religious person in previous years, but during this year he has encountered God in a new way, is seeing Him become more real to him and is taking Christianity and what that means to him personally more seriously. He feels that his time here at DCS has had a definite impact on how he views himself, the world, and life in general. 


Calling all 3rd-5th grade basketball and volleyball players! Sign ups are live for our elementary boys basketball and elementary girls volleyball camps.  Both camps are being organized and run by the varsity coaches and players from each program.  Boys basketball will run from Monday, May 22nd through Thursday, May 25th and Girls Volleyball will run from Tuesday, May 30th to Friday, June 2nd. Don’t miss out and sign up today! 


Outdoor School Counselor applications are available for all incoming 9th-12th grade students. Applications must be turned in no later than Friday, May 26th


All library books are due Friday, May 19th, with the exception of those that are needed for class assignments.  So, start scouring the car, under the couch, behind the bed, and find those books! Contact our Librarian, Mrs. Smith, with any questions at  


Thank you to all our corporate partners!