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Branding Your Business

posted May 19, 2017, 12:04 PM by Shannon Powell

Amanda Olson and the Dilworth Farmers Market wanted to give the market identity. That’s what the logo does for your business. The Logo is a symbol of the business and what it wants to express to it’s customers. Amanda contacted the DGF school looking for Graphic artists to design their logo.

Ms. Fenske’s graphic design students  were hired to design that logo. A couple times they each submitted their individual designs to the client, Amanda.  She returned suggestions to each student and in the end selected their favorite.

Congratulations to Morgan Hines,  11th grade, Graphic Design artist, DGF high school. Her Logo was selected! As you pass through Dilworth keep looking for the market sign, and remember that there some very artistic DGF high school students creating and working toward careers in the Arts!



Tri-College Math Contest Results

posted Mar 14, 2017, 1:31 PM by Shannon Powell

DGF Team 1:  Placed 2nd overall


Jake Rames, Tanner Nystrom, Libbie Bonnett, Megan Meyers, Jonathan Heiberg, Jocelyn Dubbels, Sofia Reno and Elle Balken 


Dan Wilson- Top 10 individual finish


Elle Balken - Top 10 individual finish


Tanner Boutain- Top 10 Finish (9-10 grade Division)

Attendance Policy

posted Feb 21, 2017, 9:42 AM by Shannon Powell   [ updated Mar 7, 2017, 6:49 AM ]

Excused Absence

  • Medical appointments that cannot be scheduled outside of school hours.  Original medical documentation required within 48 hours of appointment.

  • Family emergencies

  • The death or serious illness or funeral of an immediate family member

  • Active duty in any military branch of the United States

  • The child has a condition that requires ongoing treatment for a mental health diagnosis

  • Religious observances

  • Prior approval by the school principal is required for absence due to travel.  Students are responsible for their work in advance. Some work may not be able to be made up (field trips, group projects, etc.) A reasonable time to expect work to be provided by the teacher is five days in advance.

  • School sponsored and directed activities


Unexcused Absence

  • Running late (to class or school)

  • Missing ride/bus

  • Oversleeping

  • Truancy

  • Work at a business, except under a school-sponsored work program

  • Other illegitimate excuses



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