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Model UN is great for anyone interested in the United Nations and international relations.  We discuss current events, debate important historical and contemporary politics, and attend simulations of how the UN handles real crises.  Mr. Hauske’s Room 313

Board Game Club is great for students interested in playing some fun board games, engaging in some friendly competition, and learning different strategies for winning.  Most of the games have a historical theme, but students are welcome to bring in their own games to share with the group. Mr. Hauske Room 313

Movie Club is filled with students who love cinematics! If you are interested in film making and different aspects of film stop by Mrs. Gingras’ Room 210 on Tuesdays after school. Popcorn included!

Key Club is a service-based club sponsored by the Kiwanis Club.  Students plan and organize fundraising and community service events to take place both in the school and the Spencer community. Mr. Hauske Room 313

Envirothon Team: The DPHS Envirothon Team is made up of students who research and prepare for state competition.  All of the work is completed outside of school time.  The competition is divided into 5 categories, water, wildlife, soils, forestry and current issue, which, this year, is invasive species.  Awards include the Community Research Award and the Community Action Award.  The Community Research Award is for the team’s thorough research on the current issue.  It includes site visits and interviews, as well as, traditional research. The Community Service Award is for putting the team’s research to work in a community service project.  The David Prouty Team usually receives both awards. The Envirothon is Massachusetts’ leading natural resource education program for high school students, emphasizing hands-on, team-oriented problem solving and community involvement that prepares young people for environmental careers and active citizenship. Mrs. McLaughlin Room 201

Student Council: The DPHS Student Council helps share students‘ ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principals. They also help raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, and helping people in need.  They sponsor most of the social events in the school, such as the pep rallies, homecoming dance, snow ball dance, and volleyball tournament. Mrs. McLaughlin Room 201

Book Club will meet on Wednesday mornings during AR in the Library. We select books to read, discuss them, create book displays, create poetry, etc… Mrs. Jyringi Library

NHS:  Juniors must have an unweighted GPA of 88 after their fall semester.  They must also participate in two activities for two years, have excellent character, and serve in leadership roles to be admitted.  Once admitted, NHS members tutor other students, participate in service opportunities, compete in the Honor Bowl, and help organize the Induction Ceremony. Mrs. Thibeault and Mrs. Jyringi Room 103 and Library

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