By: Mike O. This 2013-2014 school year at Duxbury High School, a new cell phone policy was put into place.
On October 29th, 2011 the citizens of Duxbury, Massachusetts voted on a proposed new school plan. The plan passed with 955 votes to 209 votes. The new school project is estimated to be costing the town 128 million dollars. Citizens should expect a tax increase in […]
By Celia B. Woody Allen’s latest masterpiece, Blue Jasmine, is certainly a nail-biter—but not in the same respect of a thriller or an action movie.
By Maggie C. As most of you have probably noticed, the now infamous ban of “grinding” at the DHS Nightclub has been joined in the Duxbury High School Student Handbook by yet another “explicit” dance move known as “twerking.”
Duxbury High School Senior Christian D, recently received a National Honor Band award. Christian plays the Baritone in DHS’s wind ensemble. All over the nation, students who made their state band had the opportunity to try out for National Honor Band. Christian spent four days rehearsing with the […]
By: Beni D. The Duxbury High School homecoming is making the transition from casual to semi-formal this year. Thus, ending the DHS tradition of coming from the football game to the dance in sweatpants and sports jerseys. The dance will now be held the day before the football […]
By Chloe B. During the last week of September, Duxbury High School’s Breadboard will be open to the upperclassmen. A favorite elective for many students, Breadboard teaches the correct procedures for preparing and serving food.
By:Michelle M This current 2013-2014 school year, a new rule concerning electronic-cigarettes was added to the Duxbury Public Schools Handbook. The new rule states, “no student may be in possession/use of a tobacco or nicotine (Electronic Cigarettes) product on school property or within 300 yards of school property”(p.33).
By: Olivia M To start off the 2013-2014 school year, advisory teachers announced to Duxbury High School students that they are required to email teachers solely using their First Class accounts.
By: Peter C. Among the student body, the bathrooms at Duxbury High School are widely considered a huge problem. Many [students] are unhappy with the sanitation of these bathrooms, and await the opening of the new high school, with hopes of a more hospitable restroom experience.
By: JP O’Neil With the construction of the new Lieutenant Tim Steele Field House being complete, students of Duxbury High School are finally able to see what caused the loss of parking spots this year.
By: Max Boucher It’s already October and Duxbury High School has been back in session for about a month now.
By: Monica D. The Duxbury High School Administration recently announced a new school policy known as an “Extreme Tardy.”
By Brooke M, Ashton B, and Maggie C New leaders call for change and new policies. As the new editors of the Duxbury High School Dragon Flyer, we strive to lead our staff in a new direction for the upcoming year.
One day can change a life. Michaela Abbott, former Dragon Flyer journalist and graduate of the Class of 2013, learned this on Wednesday, June 5 when she decided to investigate the current controversy regarding plovers and the closing of Duxbury Beach.