May 22-26, 2023 - Eagle Eye News

It was such a special time last week celebrating and showcasing all the many talents and giftings God has given our students through the Fine Arts Fair and Spring Music Concerts! Thank you to everyone for all your hard work and those special individuals who made it such a success.

Only 3 weeks left in the school year and our last full week of school for the year! Still a lot left to come to wrap up the 2022-2023 school year. Fresh info and updates can be found in the weekly Eagle Eye

We have had a couple issues pop up in various grades this year of students selling items for personal profit.  As a reminder, this is not allowed on campus during the school day.   Selling items can be approved through the proper channels with the purpose of benefiting the school, group within the school or an outside organization the school is choosing to support. Please make sure your students understand this policy.  Thank you for your support.

Our high school track and field athletes competed at the district meet this past week. Out of 16 events our girls team took 10 first place medals, 7 second place, and 2 third place; coupled with many other podium finishes, they took the district championship in the team competition for the 2nd year in a row.  The boys team battled hard and podiumed in 5 events, with 2 of those being 3rd place finishes. All in all, we have 9 girls and 2 boys who have qualified to compete at Hayward Field later this week for the OSAA 1A State Championships. The girls team will fight to win the state championship title for the 2nd year in a row.


Senior Spotlight: Abbigayle Bailey

Abbigayle officially started as an enrolled student at DCS in 2008 but was a part of our community before that through her older sister. It’s hard to pick a favorite memory after so many years, but a recent one that stands out is when the final point was scored at the volleyball state tournament securing DCS as the new state champions and everyone ran out of the stands and onto the court to celebrate. Following graduation, Abbigayle will be attending Multnomah University where she will pursue a degree in Biology before moving on to veterinary school.  Abbigayle will also be continuing her sports career by playing volleyball for the Multnomah Lions. Abbigayle will most the DCS community the most. She loves how our community has the ability to build each other up throughout the whole school. She says it’s so cool the impact one group can have on everyone else! At the beginning of the year, Abbigayle carried a lot of anxiety over next steps and moving on after graduation. Through lots of prayer, God has helped her to live in the moment and make the most of the here and now.


If you haven’t seen it already, check out this great article titled AMAZING KIDS from The Outlook on our very own 5th grader Kayden Meyer! 


Elementary Boys (3rd-5th grade) Basketball Camp starts Monday. Don’t forget to sign up or you will miss out! Camp will run each day after school this week through Thursday. 

One more week to sign up for the Elementary Girls (3rd-5th grade) Volleyball Camp which starts Tuesday, May 30th through Friday, June 2nd


Outdoor School Counselor applications are due this Friday, May 26th! Copies can be found through the link, on our website, or in the school office and are available for all incoming 9th-12th grade students. 


Thank you to all our corporate partners!