Student Rep Position Abolished, Replaced by Student Advisory Council

Jaya Reddy | jreddy19@dtechhs.org | February 15, 2019 A single student cannot represent all of d.tech’s weirdness. So what is the role of Thomas Weese, our Student Representative? As it turns out, there isn’t a student representative anymore. In early May of 2018, senior Thomas Weese was elected Student Representative by d.tech students and staff. …

Valentine’s Day: What’s the Purpose?

Jessica Baggott and Hezekiah Smithstein | February 14, 2019 We all remember the excitement of elementary school Valentine’s Days, of walking into classrooms showered with candy and hearing the hushed whisper of “Who’s your Valentine?” For some students, Valentine’s Day has been able to retain some of its magic. For others? Not so much. For …

Surf’s Up!

Roxie Baggott and Phoebe Rak | February 7, 2018 Whether you’re waving from the surf or surfing on a wave, the d.tech surf club has opportunities for all types of surfers. Juniors Lydon Fuller and Anna Grinberg founded a surf club that meets every weekend, where surfing enthusiasts can come together and catch some waves …

A New Power at d.tech

Vani Suresh | vsuresh19@dtechhs.org | February 5, 2019 A teacher must be fearless. To chase after a student’s education and growth can be compared to chasing a wild bear through the forest. Student Teacher J.D. Power has done just that. On a cool misty morning in the Trinity Alps of Northern California, Power caught sight …

One Test To Measure It All

Taylor Abbey | tabbey19@dtechhs.org | February 1, 2019 As January intersession began to wind down, many students scrambled to put together their coveted photo essays–all tailored to display every student’s unique d.lab experience. However, amidst the hustle and bustle to stash a bunch of low-quality photos into a Google slide deck, it was revealed that …