BPA leadership conference
BPA Sponsor Colleen Tollett and Principal Brandon Hays accompanied 19 Dora students to Albuquerque last week, where they participated in the BPA Leadership Conference. The students competed in various contests in leadership development and brought back the following awards:
- Adv. Interview Skills—Taylor McAlister, first; Serena Warmuth, second
- Adv. Word Processing Skills—Lindsey Fletcher, second
- Basic Office Systems and Procedures—Micaah Pallares, second
- Broadcast News Production Team—Rony Ramirez, Shelden Breshears, Gabriel Garcia, Joel Villanueva, third
- Fundamental Spreadsheet Applications—Josh Zangara, first; Adrian Rodriquez, fourth
- Integrated Office Applications—Serena Warmuth, first
- Parliamentary Procedure Team—Brianna Benavidez, Courtney Watson, Derek Garcia, Jestin Watson, Kyle Burress, Levi Bickham, Taylor McAlister, second
- Parli Pro Concepts—Taylor McAlister, third
- Presentation Management Team—Katie Bickley, Lindsey Fletcher, Micaah Pallares, first
Most of these students qualified to advance to the next level and will participate in the BPA National Conference in May in Orlando, Florida.
This is district basketball week with the Dora Lady Coyotes hosting a game on Wednesday and the Dora Coyotes hosting a game on Saturday.
The Dora fourth-graders will be taking the NAEP test on Wednesday. The National Assessment of Educational Progress assesses what students know and can do in core subject areas. The NAEP test is often referred to as the 'Nation's Report Card.'
Dora license plates
The sophomore class is selling Dora Coyotes license plates for $25 each as a fundraiser for its class. The plates are deep red, with a coyote howling at the moon in the foreground.
You may purchase a license plate at the school office. If you want to add your last name we can order a personalized plate for an additional $5. Come by the office anytime to see a sample.
— Staff report