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Allentown School District to Open with Hybrid Learning Model for Quarter 4.
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Hybrid Learning Bell Schedule - Starts April 26

Dieruff Student Daily Schedules by Cohort

Senior Dues, Yearbook Info and Husky Celebration!

SENIOR DUES will be collected starting May 10th. Senior Class Dues are $25 (CASH ONLY).  They will be collected on May 10th, 13th, 17th, and 20th from 3:30pm-4:30pm and May 12th and 19th from 10:00am-12:00pm (asynchronous Wednesdays). Dues can also be paid during all lunches for our hybrid seniors (Main Cafe: Monday and Thursday/Meilinger Cafe: Tuesday and Friday). All seniors must pay class dues in order to receive your diploma!  Questions? Email Ms. Peralta at peraltam@allentownsd.org

YEARBOOKS will be sold while class dues are being collected! Purchase your senior yearbook for only $52. You can order it online (card), by phone (card), or through Mr. Boyd (cash). For payments you have two options, you can either pay $52 at the time you order your yearbook or you can pay a deposit of $25 and pay the rest when your yearbook comes in. If you have any questions regarding the year book, you can email Mr. Boyd at boydl@allentownsd.org .

HUSKY SENIOR CELEBRATION will take place on June 7th (Rain Date: June 14th) from 5:00pm-8:00pm. It will be a night filled with good friends, fun games, cool treats, and amazing prizes. Please RSVP by completing the Google Form below.  RSVP's due May 10th.  If you do not RSVP you will not be able to attend!


Check out our "ONE YEAR, BUT WE'RE STILL HERE" video!



Please use the link here to access Husky Headlines for this week. 


If you have any information you would like to add to the next headlines report, please email it to: huskyheadlines1@gmail.com

Interested in joining a club or activity?

Dieruff offers over 30 different clubs and activities!
Click on the link to proceed to the guide which will include: 
• Club Descriptions
• Advisor Contact Information
• Google Classroom & Remind 101 Join Codes
• Virtual meeting information including: Day/Time/Zoom links can be found in each club/activity’s Google Classroom ( Note: Not all clubs have a Google Classroom or Remind 101 Group )

Questions about Student Activities/Clubs ?
• Contact Mr. Jurasits, Student Activities Coordinator at JurasitsD@allentownsd.org

DHS Mission Statement Video

SAT Administration at DHS for May 8, 2021

Students will be asked the following before entering the building for SAT testing:
In the past 14 days, I have not come into close contact (within 6 feet) with someone who has tested positive for covid-19 test or is presumed to have covid-19.
I do not have covid-19 or have reason to believe I have covid-19. Symptoms of covid-19 include cough, fever, chills, muscle pain, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.
To my knowledge, I am not violating any travel restrictions or quarantining requirements.
I agree to wear a mask the entire time I'm at this test center and follow instructions from test center staff, otherwise I will be dismissed.
We have taken measures to help create a safe testing environment; however, it isn't possible to entirely remove the risk of covid-19 exposure. By entering the testing room, you're accepting that risk.

Students who cannot confirm these statements should be rescheduled to a later administration of SAT’s.   

Student Registration begins at 7:30 and ends at 7:55. Doors will be closed promptly at 7:55, no late arrivals will be admitted. 


Grab and Go Meal Pick-Up for virtual students will be M – F, every day, between the hours of 8:00 AM – 2:30 PM.

On Fridays, students will continue to receive a 3-day weekend. meal bag. Students attending hybrid learning on Fridays will also receive a 3-day weekend meal back to take home. 

There will be no more meal delivery on the bus routes.

Students and families must remember to wear a mask & practice social distancing when coming to pick up meals from school buildings.


VIRTUAL  "HOW TO" Navigate Online Learning Platforms/ Learning Guides

Please find  "How To" guides and videos below to help aid your child's virtual schooling this fall. ASD teachers will be using Google Classroom to communicate regularly with students and families and facilitate additional learning activities. Other online learning platforms used daily will be Clever, Edgenuity, and Zoom. Click on any or all of these links to learn the basics of logging in, navigating, and using different tools in each platform.  
Tech Tutorial Video by Principal, Mr. Makhoul

ASD Virtual Guide & Resources for Students and Families.pdf
Access to ASD Digital Resources.pdf
How To: Connect Your Device to WiFi (English)

How To: Use & Log into Clever (English)
How To: Use & Log into Clever (Español)

How to: Getting Started in Google Classroom (English)
How To: Getting Started in Google Classroom (Español)

How to : Log into Edgenuity (English/Español)

How To :Getting Started with Unique Learning System (Special Education)( English/Español)

How To: Use Zoom (English)
How To: Use Zoom (Español)

Zoom Help Guide- English
Zoom Help Guide -Español
Zoom Help Guide-Arabic


If you could not attend our virtual open house for 2020-2021, please view the video recording and powerpoint(Eng/Spanish) below.  

Virtual Open House Zoom Recording
After you click on link above, you must enter Access Passcode: jdx*s2xp

Virtual Open House PPT (Eng)

Virtual Open House PPT (Español)



Please feel free to view our quick virtual tour of our building. For your convenience, it is in English and Spanish. Hope you enjoy the tour of Dieruff High School!

DHS Virtual Tour (English)

DHS Virtual Tour (Español)


Student Schedules (SY 20-21 Sapphire)

Dieruff Student schedules have been posted on the Sapphire Community Portal. Click the link below for written instructions.  There is also a video to show how to access it as well. 

Video Tutorial on accessing community portal and online learning platforms

English/Spanish Community Portal Login Instructions


Reminder, students: Be sure to join the Dieruff Counseling Google Classrooms if you haven't done so for important information and updates!

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Grade 11 class code: yrv44wr

Grade 10 class code: vzhco4d

Grade 9 class code: bicfmpk


Allentown's Athletic Health and Safety Plan provides guidelines for all student-athletes at the middle and high school levels to return to play. Click here to review the Health & Safety Plan
Contact Mr. Stoudt for more information. 
SAP (Student Assistance Program): Live and virtual assessments & referrals using telehealth for students struggling to cope with behavioral and mental health symptoms. Download Flyer English / Spanish

Safe2Say Something: A message from Superintendent Parker and resources for parents

The Louis E. Dieruff High School is one of three high schools located in the city of Allentown. 
The richness of The Allentown School District's diversity is strengthened by its central role in educating our students for America's future through academic excellence and celebrating the culturally responsive, athletic and artistic range of talent in the schools. ASD students originate from 51 countries and speak 26 languages. There are twenty-five academic buildings throughout the City. 

During the 2016-2017 school year, the district enrolled 16,628 students across 15 Elementary & Early Childhood Centers (7,976), 4 Middle Schools (3,421) and 3 High Schools (5,231).  The Allentown School District has 2,429 personnel.

89.1% of our families are denoted as Low Income, and 100% receive Free/Reduced Lunch.  ASD is the third largest urban school system out of 500 Districts in the Commonwealth and serves a community with a poverty rate of 38.64% of the City's population. (2013 Census). 


Graduation 2021

ASD Outlines Tentative Plans for 2021 Graduation
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