If you have not done so already, please log in to Naviance ASAP and complete the Senior Graduation Survey. This survey is what we use to know where to send your final transcript (required by your colleges). We can NOT send your final transcript without completion of the survey. It is also very important that you provide outcome information for EVERY school listed in Naviance even if you did not end up applying. If you are not attending college, it is still important to complete the survey with your plans and contact information. The survey takes approximately 3 minutes to complete.
To access the survey:
Log in to Naviance (www.naviance.com or from the DHS Guidance page).
Click "About Me" (top right)
Click "Surveys from your School"
Click "2022 Post Graduation Survey"
Senior Prom: Friday, May 13 – The Loading Dock in Stamford
Junior Prom: Saturday, May 21 - Stamford Marriott
· Prom Tickets: $100
· Prom tickets On-Sale April 19 through SchoolCashOnline
The last day to purchase tickets:
· Senior Prom - Monday, May 2 at midnight
· Junior Prom - Wednesday, May 4 at midnight
The SchoolCashOnline form is both a permission and payment form. All Seniors and Juniors who wish to attend their prom must complete the form and pay individually.
· DHS students cannot pay for other DHS students through SchoolCashOnline.
If your student wishes to invite a DHS student from another grade than their own, complete the additional fields on your SchoolCashOnline form to initiate that process.
· You must enter the name of the person your student intends to invite and complete your payment.
· The invited DHS student will then have a prom form attached to their SchoolCashOnline account (allow 24-48 hours lead-time) which they must then complete to pay for their prom admission.
If your student wishes to invite a student from another school, complete the additional fields on your SchoolCashOnline form to initiate that process.
· You must enter the name of the person you intend to invite, PRINT THE NON-DHS GUEST FORM WHICH IS INCLUDED IN THE SIGNUP, and complete your payment.
· You must then complete the paper form and turn it in to the main office.
· When the Non-DHS is approved by an Assistant Principal (allow 24-48 hours for this to be completed), an additional payment form will be attached to your student’s account (allow 24-48 hours lead time).
· You must then return to SchoolCashOnline to complete payment for your Non-DHS invited guest’s admission.
Please be aware that we must give a FINAL headcount to the venues a week before the prom so deadlines will be enforced. Please plan ahead!
Questions? Stop by the main office or email: email@example.com
Doctor's Clearance Form Required
Doctor's Clearance Form Required
Returning to play after COVID positive test:
COVID 19 can affect the heart and lungs of the person infected. One uncommon but serious complication of COVID 19 is a heart condition called myocarditis. Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle (myocardium). Myocarditis can affect the heart muscle and the heart's electrical system, reducing the heart's ability to pump and causing rapid, abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias) which can cause cardiac arrest. Exercise can increase the likelihood of permanent heart damage in myocarditis, and also increase the possibility of arrhythmias and sudden cardiac death. Student athletes who have tested positive for COVID 19 should follow the guideline noted below to decrease risk of developing complications from COVID 19 infection.
What to do if a participant had COVID-19 or has it during the season?
In a covid19 positive child who is either asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic (<4 days of fever >100.4°F, short duration of myalgia, chills, and lethargy) should not exercise until they are cleared by a licensed medical provider. Doctor's Clearance Note Required and a link to the proper form is located below. The licensed medical provider will perform a history with emphasis on cardiopulmonary symptoms and complete physical examination. If this evaluation is normal, no further testing is warranted. The patient may then begin a gradual return to play after 10 days have passed from date of the positive test result and at least 24 hours without symptoms off-fever reducing medications. If the licensed medical provider identifies any new or concerning history or physical examination findings at this visit, appropriate further testing or consultation should be ordered and participation will not be allowed until that testing is completed and found to be normal. Written documentation of medical clearance for return to sport should be provided by the medical provider. Children with moderate symptoms of COVID-19 (≥4 days of fever >100.4°F, myalgia, chills, or lethargy or were in a hospital not an intensive care unit), should not exercise until they are cleared by a licensed medical provider. In addition to a history and complete physical exam appropriate additional testing should be ordered as determined by examination. Consultation or referral to a cardiologist is recommended and they may request further, more extensive, testing. If cardiac evaluation is normal, gradual return to physical activity may be allowed after 10 days have passed from the date of the positive test result, and at least 10 days of symptom resolution has occurred off fever-reducing medicine. Written documentation of medical clearance for return to sport should be provided by the medical provider. For patients with severe COVID-19 symptoms (ICU stay and/or on a ventilator) or multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), it is recommended they be restricted from exercise for a minimum of 3 months. The student athlete should be evaluated by a licensed medical provider for a history and complete physical examination. In addition, they should be referred to a cardiologist prior to resuming training or competition. In addition to the initial evaluation and work-up student athletes should have a coordinated evaluation at the time of returning to play for final clearance. Written documentation of medical clearance for return to sport should be provided by the medical provider. A graduated return-to-play protocol can begin once an athlete has been cleared by a licensed medical provider (cardiologist for moderate to severe COVID-19 symptoms) and feels well when performing normal activities of daily living. The progression should be performed over the course of a 7-day minimum. Consideration for extending the progression should be given to student athletes who experienced moderate COVID-19 symptoms as outlined above. If the student athlete experiences any symptoms of chest pain, palpitations, syncope, shortness of breath or exercise intolerance, during this return to play protocol, they should stop exercise and inform their medical provider.
The following progression was adapted from Elliott N, et al, infographic, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2020:
Stage 1: Day 1 and Day 2 - (2 Days Minimum) - 15 minutes or less: Light activity (walking, jogging, stationary bike), intensity no greater than 70% of maximum heart rate. NO resistance training.
Stage 2: Day 3 - (1 Day Minimum) - 30 minutes or less: Add simple movement activities (eg. running drills) - intensity no greater than 80% of maximum heart rate.
Stage 3: Day 4 - (1 Day Minimum) - 45 minutes or less- Progress to more complex training - intensity no greater than 80% maximum heart rate. May add light resistance training.
Stage 4: Day 5 and Day 6 - (2 Days Minimum) - 60 minutes -Normal training activity - intensity no greater than 80% maximum heart rate.
Stage 5: Day 7 - Return to full activity/participation (i.e., - Contests/competitions).