DHMS Needs to Be Trash Aware

By: Nadia - “At my house we have compost, which helps because you’re not throwing away a bunch of food,” sixth grader Julia told me when I interviewed her. When you first walk into the cafeteria, you see two bins, trash and recycling, but which is more full? Probably trash. Usually, by the end of... Continue Reading →

StudentVUE is Not the Best

By: Nathan - I personally love checking my grades on StudentVUE, but it stresses me out too much. It pushes me to keep up my good grades until the point that I almost go insane. I mean, if you have bad grades, this is the perfect app for you. You can check what you need... Continue Reading →

APS Marching Showcase (10/24/2019)

By OpheliaOn October, 24, 2019, a historic thing happened. Dorothy Hamm made its first musical performance, at the APS Marching Showcase on . The Wind Ensemble and the Symphonic Band combined to play “High Hopes” by Panic at the Disco. It had a well received reception. The APS Marching Showcase is an event every year... Continue Reading →

Cheers to New Beginnings!

By: Nadia B.February second, nineteen fifty nine, four African-American students Ronald Deskins, Michael Jones, Lance Newman and Gloria Thompson were admitted to Stratford Junior High School, not knowing what was to come. About fifty years later, many individuals including members of the Hamm family stand at the front of the school, now known as Dorothy... Continue Reading →

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