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Parents: Please take the time to look over the following information from the district regard metal detector screenings.

Metal Detector Screenings - Parents letters
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2019 High School Summer

School Information

Summer school registration will begin next Monday May 20- Wednesday May 22 after school from 2:45-4:00pm in the media room.

This will be a face to face registration for credit recovery classes, and late registration will be held on June 4th from 8:00-12:00 (noon) held here at Main campus.
If you are in jeopardy of failing a course, please register for summer school on May 20- 22nd and lastly June 4th.  
Each summer school course will cost $65 for a half of credit. 
If you have, any questions please contact Ms. Tonie Noise Assistant Program manager for summer school, or your child’s counselor.



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Lariaettes Bring Home Awards
Posted on 03/04/2019
Contest season has finally arrived for the Dobie Lariaettes as they had their first contest on Saturday, Feb. 16 at Clear Lake High School and another this past weekend.
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Editorial: The Underpaid
Posted on 03/04/2019
The public sector is filled with highly educated men and women helping our community improve. It is a shame that they are paid less than their private sector counterparts who some fail to have college level education.
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Editorial: Being Comfortable
Posted on 03/04/2019
Here at Dobie High School one of the rules for dress code is that boys are not allowed to wear shorts and are only allowed to wear pants jeans.
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Autopilot
Posted on 03/04/2019
The automobile has held a near monopoly in transportation since the introduction of the Ford Model T over a hundred years ago. Since then, relatively not much has changed about the design of our vehicles. There’s a steering wheel, a brake pedal, side view mirrors, etc.
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Column: Social Media Stealing the Beauty of Life?
Posted on 03/04/2019
In a world of social media, everyone knows everyone. We follow each other’s lives around through a screen like lost little puppies.
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Editorial: Standardized Testing gets an 'F'
Posted on 03/04/2019
With the rapidly modernizing world, it’s sometimes hard to keep up. From planes that look like hotel rooms to refrigerators with tablet screens, the 21st century is overflowing with new inventions.
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DECA Student in Dallas
Posted on 03/03/2019
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About Us

Administration

Principal
Mr. Moses

Dobie 9 Principal
Mr. Van Essen

Dobie Early College Dean
Mr. Peel

Assistant Principals
Ms. Calderaro
Mr. Cannon
Mr. Sink
Ms. Poullard
Ms. Noise
Mr. Cervantes
Ms. Griffin
Mr. Hopper
Ms. Alexander
Mr. Brownlee
Ms. Robinson

Mission Statement

We shall provide a relevant and rigorous learning environment in which all students shall have the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential in a changing global society. We are dedicated to the fundamental idea that every person, regardless of race, sex, religion, or national origin, will be regarded worthy of sincere interest and respect.


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