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The Winter session begins December 9 & 10! 
Download the flyer in English, Spanish and Arabic.

There will be a video club meeting Monday, December 16th at 2:45 in room F3. We will be choosing the theme for the senior video. All are invited to attend.

The Robotics Club is selling T-shirts starting today until December the 11th. If you are interested in purchasing a T-shirt, you can stop by the main office to order a T-shirt and to see what a sample T-shirt looks like. You can also stop by A-1 at any time to speak with Mr. Roth about ordering T-shirts. And remember, that technology is like any other power, without reason, without heart, it destroys us.

Seniors, the next FAFSA Completion Workshop is Tuesday, December 10 from 2:45-4:45pm in room B6.

The ASVAB results are in. Students may pick up their scores in the College & Career Center.

The Class of 2021 is selling hot chocolate grams just in time for the holiday break. Want to send a hot chocolate ornament and a special message to a special person? Hot chocolate grams can be ordered in RM A-23, B-11, or from any junior class officer.

The SEW WHAT CLUB will meet Wednesday at 2:45 in Rm. D-6. New Members always welcome.

Starting TODAY, the Key Club and Interact Club are joining together to have a TOY DRIVE. From December 3rd until December 18th, everyone at Dieruff High School is invited to give back to those in need and bring in a NEW or lightly used TOY. All toy donations go directly to the Salvation Army Toy Drive. Donate any toy that you can and help make a difference this holiday season! Donate your toy to room F10, room G4, or the main office! Happy Holidays and thank you Huskies!

Attention Juniors: The Class of 2021 meets every Tuesday after school in Room A-23. We hope to see you there!


**Please stop by the college and career center for a pass

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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). 

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