Dream Act

Do something…………..These are people who will be voting on the dream act they have released no public statement as to weather they will vote yes or no if ya get a chance call em and let them know how you feel about undocumented students being able to go to school without being seperated from their families…….

Wavering Democrats:

SEN. JIM WEBB OF VIRGINIA 202-224-4024; 703-573-7090. Staff says “he hasn’t made a public statement.”
SEN. KENT CONRAD OF NORTH DAKOTA 202-224-2043; 701-258-4648. Staff says “he hasn’t released a statement.” Conrad has voted against the DREAM Act in the past.
SEN. BYRON DORGAN OF NORTH DAKOTA 202 224-2551. He voted against the DREAM Act in the past. Staff says he “hasn’t taken a public position.”
SEN. MARK PRYOR OF ARKANSAS 202-224-2353; 501-324-6336. He voted no on the DREAM Act cloture vote in September. Staff says he is “likely” to vote no again, though he hasn’t made an official public statement yet.
SEN. JON TESTER OF MONTANA 202 224-2644. Staff says he has voted against the DREAM Act in the past and “he will probably vote against any bill that has amnesty in it.”
SEN. MAX BAUCUS OF MONTANA 202-224-2651. He has opposed the DREAM Act in the past and is a “likely no” again in this session.
SEN. CLAIRE MCCASKILL OF MISSOURI 202-224-6154. She opposed the DREAM Act in the past and staff says she has made no statement changing her position otherwise.
Wavering Republicans:

SEN. OLYMPIA SNOWE 202-224-5344; 207-874-0883: Staff says she “hasn’t released a statement.”
SEN. SUSAN COLLINS 202-224-2523; 207-945-0417: Staff says she “hasn’t released a public statement.”
SEN. LISA MURKOWSKI 202-224-6665; 907-271-3735: Staff says she’s “still reviewing the bill.”
SEN. SAM BROWNBACK 202-224-6521; 785-233-2503 Staff says he “hasn’t had a chance to look at it” and remains non-committal.
SEN. KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON 202-224-5922; 214-361-3500: Staff says she “hasn’t released a statement,” but will probably do so later today.
SEN. GEORGE LEMIEUX 202-224-3041; 904-398-8586: Recorded message informs callers that he’s “in a meeting.” He has yet to publicly state his position as open-borders extremists step up pressure.

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Parent Technology Classes are back!

November 2nd we will start our classes. Students are encouraged to stop by and bring your parents to learn how to use a computer. Classes include the basics from typing to how to use the internet and even how to setup an email account. This year we will be extra special as we teach parents to use our ABI parent portal. So if you know anyone who could use some basics in technology tell em to stop by and join us every Thursday and tuesday till Christmas break.

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Duh! I told ya so!

After school programs help students achieve better health, higher grades, and more motivation. I told you. But don’t take my word for it read the article from a Harvard publication.

Does Participation in After School
Programs Make a Difference?

The short answer is yes. (A longer answer follows in the section
below.) A decade of research and evaluation studies, as
well as large-scale, rigorously conducted syntheses looking
across many research and evaluation studies, confirms that
children and youth who participate in after school programs
can reap a host of positive benefits in a number of interrelated
outcome areas—academic, social/emotional, prevention,
and health and wellness. Highlights from seminal studies are
arrayed below under key outcome domains that researchers
have examined.

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What’s Cookin?


Here at the DMHS Culinary Class students have been busy learnin to cook. So whats next on the menu you tell us?

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Nice stop motion.

Bored? Watch this stop motion video. It was made using a combination of stop motion and editing effects. What is stop motion? When we watch movies they are not actually moving we are tricking our eyes with 30 individual pictures per second. That’s alot of pictures. This following video is 3:06 seconds. How many frames are necessary to make this video. How many frames/still pictures per second?How may seconds in a minute? Be the first to comment with the correct answer and win a dollar from Garza!

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Parent Technology Classes After School!

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