Welcome to DGF High School
From the Principal’s Desk…..
About the Principal -
With anticipated excitement, I am entering into my third year at DGF High School and twenty-third in school administration. I feel fortunate to work together for the benefit of all students with an outstanding staff, a supportive community and parents, and awesome students.
Prior to DGF, my experiences took place at Roseau Public Schools, Roseau, MN for eight years, Hawley Public Schools, Hawley, MN for eleven years, and Isle Public Schools, Isle, MN for one year. My teaching and coaching experiences took place at Kenyon-Wanamingo Schools at Kenyon, Minnesota and Hawley, MN. I grew up in Dilworth and Glyndon and am a graduate of Glyndon-Felton High School.
My family of four outstanding boys stays very active in the school and community through church, scouts, academics, arts and athletic activities. My son, Jacob, attends Concordia College at Moorhead for mathematical finance and participates in track & field. My son, Adam, attends the University of Minnesota at Duluth as a chemistry major. My sons, Mason (high school junior) and Ben (high school freshman) attend DGF High School.
About DGF High School -
Welcome to DGF High School. You will find throughout our school site, DGF High School offers many academic and activity opportunities for our students. DGF High School will provide intentional, college and career programming for all of its students. DGF High School staff understand the importance of our opportunity to help students prepare for "life after high school". While you can't physically see the supportive culture that DGF High School has between students and staff, you will certainly feel it. Our students will feel a connection within our school, and our faculty will work diligently to provide meaningful, engaging experiences for our students.
Class Time Schedule
Class Period Monday-Thursday
This is a "help day." Students will only need to attend if contacted by a teacher. Teachers will contact the individual student(s) to attend as needed. These will be students who are struggling with course content and/or completion. Any student may contact the teacher if they need other assistance.