What Happened to Groat’s Window?

| Phoebe Rak | prak20@dtechhs.org | January 21, 2020 | Whoever walked into Mr. Groat’s room during the second week of intersession, may have noticed something was missing. On Monday, January 13th, Math Teacher David Groat walked into his classroom to find the third most right window in his classroom, shattered.  Groat arrived early that …

The Menace of Noxious Laser Fumes: Solved

Tyler Sanderville | tsanderville19@dtechhs.org | December 7, 2018 Several weeks ago, the school received complaints from students from English teacher Rachel Siegman’s and Environmental Science teacher Fannie Hsieh’s class of a smokey, headache inducing musk wafting through the room. Senior Aidan Janzen thought it was the outside air at first: “It was like the smoke …

A New Solution to d.tech’s Geese Problem: Border Collies

Jared Lin | jlin19@dtechhs.org | November 27, 2018 d.tech has long had an association with our neighbors, the Canadian geese, beginning with our historic move to our new campus. Whether it’s the defecation, occasional aggression, or even grass-shredding abilities of these supposedly migratory birds, the geese have always been in the forefront of our thoughts, …

Air Quality Concerns Cause School Cancellation

Vani Suresh | vsuresh19@dtechhs.org | November 16,2018 In an email to all d.tech families, School Director Melissa Mizel proclaimed that school would be canceled today, November 16th. After a full week of air quality concerns and a canceled school event, staff decided last minute that it was unsafe for students to attend school. Earlier yesterday, …

d.voted to the ballot

Jared Almira | jalmira19@dtechhs.org | November 7, 2018 The biennial Midterm elections happened again this November, and tensions ran high while the Republicans and Democrats fought hard for seats in Congress. This year a few lucky d.tech students get to vote in the Midterms, an exciting time not only for d.tech, but for the entire …