Friday’s Calendar Confusion

Malia Savella | msavella19@dtechhs.org | September 18, 2018 On September 14th, d.tech fell into mayhem because of a simple calendar error. Because the Friday was briefly marked as a teacher work day, students did not receive their hot lunches, were locked out, and even missed school. Though the exact date is unknown, the mistake is …

d.tech’s Gnarly New Halfpipe

Jasmin Texidor | jtexidor19@dtechhs.org | September 17, 2018 Caught up in the monotonous drag of spending sedentary lunches sitting around with friends, hoping that some sort of skater-related structure could possibly revive the forgotten bliss of life? Juniors Jack Fields, Aiden Coady, and Adam Cepulkauskas are in the process of enriching the d.tech skating community …

Who is Dave?

Daphne Palmeter | dpalmeter19@dtechhs.org | September 16, 2018 In an attempt to build better connections with students and make the classroom a little less formal, d.tech’s one and only statistics, calculus, and Algebra 2 teacher, Mr. David Groat, has announced that this year, he would like students to call him by his first name: Dave. …

Bathroom Breaks

Jared Lin, Maria McAlister-Young, Alyssa Shirman, Hezekiah Smithstein | September 7, 2018   Since school has started, there have been two major bathroom issues in just as many weeks. Most recently, a faucet in the east upstairs boys bathroom was rotated away from the sink, consequently flooding the bathroom. After a junior boy emailed Henry …

Perfect Lunch Spot?

Lauren Pineda | lpineda19@dtechhs.org | June 18, 2018 It’s time for lunch. You’re hungry, you can’t wait to eat, and you want to enjoy the next thirty minutes. Where do you sit? Outside? Inside? Under the stairs? To learn about what makes a lunch spot at d.tech perfect, The Dragon interviewed students from each grade. …