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  • New Officers Wanted for ’21-’22
      Hey Wildcats! Our fun & fabulous PTSA board is going to have a lot of openings in the coming year. Contact us if you’re interested in being more involved!    
  • Last Chance for this Year’s Spirit Wear

    Hey Wildcats!

    Now until the end of the year, our DMS spirit wear is just $9!!

    Come grab one while supplies last!

     

     

  • Book Donation Drive

     

    The Durham Library Learning Commons invites Durham Middle School families to join in the 2021 Project LIT Cobb & Marietta #books2keep Summer Initiative! Project LIT is a national, grassroots literacy movement focused on promoting a love of reading and eliminating book deserts in communities across America. You can help by donating gently used books–Pre-K through Adult–between 4/12/21 – 5/28/21. On face-to-face days, large donations may be dropped off outside Durham’s front office, and/or DMS students may bring smaller quantities to the Library. Thank you in advance for your generosity and for helping cultivate a community of readers. Email Media Specialist, Erin Baker with any questions: Erin.Baker@cobbk12.org.

     

     

  • HHS Football Registration

  • Lady Hoya Summer Basketball
    LOCATION: Harrison High School’s Hoya Center

    COST: $250 Price includes camp t-shirt and registration fees.
    SIBLING DISCOUNT: $25 for additional siblings.

    2021 Lady Hoya Basketball – Summer Skills CampAGES: Rising 3rd Graders to Rising 9th Graders
    DATES: Monday, June 14th – Thursday, June 17th
    TIMES: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    The Harrison Lady Hoya Basketball Program has a long history of high-level success.  Over the last 8 seasons our program has an overall record of 165 – 65, two Region Championships, seven straight State Tournament Appearances, two Sweet 16 Appearances, two Elite 8 Appearances and back to back State Runner Ups.  This success comes from a combination of players that want to compete and a coaching staff with many years of experience that knows how to develop player’s skills. This is the learning environment you will be entering your daughter in at our Lady Hoya Summer Skills Camp.
    All skill levels and basketball experience are welcome at this camp and every effort will be made to place your child with players of similar skills and experience.  This camp will be led by Head Coach Terry Kemp.  He, along with his staff and returning varsity players, will be teaching your child the following basketball skills:

    • Foundational Fundamentals; dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, player movement
    • Secondary and Weak Hand Dribbling
    • Setting Screens
    • Using Screens
    • Defensive Musts
    • Off Ball Movement
    • Court Communication
    • Good Sportsmanship
    • Basketball Philosophy

    This camp will fill up very quickly so please go to www.hoyabasketball.net today and click on the Lady Hoya Basketball Summer Skills Camp link at the top of the page

    If you have any additional questions, please contact Coach Kemp at terry.kemp@cobbk12.org

     

     

     

     

     

  • HHS Volleyball

    All rising Freshman interested in trying out for high school volleyball, please visit the website at harrisonvolleyball.com for more information and to register.

     

     

  • Allatoona Technology, Engineering and Computing Summer Camp
    Allatoona Technology, Engineering and Computing Summer Camp!

    www.ahsbuctec.com

     

  • AHS Softball Tryouts

    Allatoona Metro School Softball Tryouts
    Date: May 19 & 20
    Time: 6:30 – 8:30

    Allatoona Softball will be holding open try-outs for all upcoming 5th through 8th graders on May 19th and 20th.
    Interested players need to complete the player information form at this link.
    Look forward to seeing everyone at tryouts!! GO BUCS!!!

  • AHS Middle School Football

     

    Allatoona Middle School Football Registration is now OPEN for 2021!

    Register your middle school football player for Allatoona Football by clicking this link!  If you have any questions, please contact allatoonajrbucsfootball@yahoo.com.  Go Bucs!!

     

  • Lunch Bunch

    The votes are in, and Durham’s Virtual Lunch Bunch has selected Brandy Colbert’s The Only Black Girls in Town as their final read of the 2020-21 school year! If you would like to join this virtual group that meets Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m., share your email address at Erin.Baker@cobbk12.org and Mrs. Baker will email the meeting link to you. There is no financial commitment. Copies of the selected book are purchased from precious years’ Book Fair earnings, so swing by the Library to pick up a copy and get reading, Wildcats! Check out the Durham Library blog for all the details.