Weekly Bulletin -- Issue 10 -- 2018-2019

29 October 2018

weekly bulletin 10

Dhahran High School Weekly Bulletin


Sunday Oct 28,  2018                                                                                                                                ISSUE 10


  • 11th Grade (DHS) Academic Planning with Guidance Department  -- Beginning Wednesday, 24th October, the Academic Counselors will begin working with Class of 2020 students to update (or create) their academic plan. The focus is to ensure students are meeting their graduation requirements, planning for  senior year courses and mapping out college admissions exams. Students will share their academic plans, which they have inputted in Google Sheet, with their counselors; juniors are also encouraged to share their academic plans with their parents.

Please be prepared and bring your laptop to school.


  • Make sure to check out the blogs section posted on the website. I just want to you know that if you are staff or students and have interesting things you would like to share please let me know. The website blog section is to find out more about DHS interests, activities and skills.


  • U16 boys and girls participated in the AISR Volleyball invitational on Oct 20. Both A teams won their divisions.


  • If you are interested in visiting the Chocolate factories of Belgium, Eiffel tower and Euro Disney  along with the Louvre museum of France, do not lose time to register for France -Belgium trip. 3 more spots available. Please contact Mrs Gerber immediately


  • Do you have an amazing hidden talent you've never shown before? Can you sing, drum, dance, rap, do magic tricks, beat-box, play an instrument, or do anything else?

If so, get ready to sign up for the biggest, oldest, and most popular student event in DHS student history; the annual NHS Talent Show, run by the one and only National Honor Society. Auditions will take place after school on Nov. 14th and 15th. Rehearsals will then be held on Nov. 18th and 19th. If you audition, you will most likely have a chance to get in, as we have a very lenient screening process. The actual date of the show will be on the evening of Nov. 21st, 2018.

To sign up, fill out this form before 11:59 pm Nov. 1st, 2018.


For any questions or concerns, feel free to email either our supervisor (Mr. Segebfia at segbe.e.04@isg.edu.sa), our President (Arhaam Mukati at mukat.m.419@isg.edu.sa), or our Vice President (Saif Ghanayem at ghana.s.419@isg.edu.sa).


  • On November 18th, the Effect Club is hosting the annual Coffee House; an afternoon filled with entertainment and food. Our goal for this Coffee House is to raise money to donate towards local environmental protection. We would like to personally invite you to share your talents and perform in this relaxed and enjoyable environment. Acts can range from singing to spoken word to interpretive dance! If you are interested in performing, please fill out the attached form.


  • On Saturday, Nov. 24th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, the DHAMUN team will be conducting annual MINIMUN, a simulation of an MUN conference.

MINIMUN will be held in the auditorium, side room and the mini theater. There will be three committees running: General Assembly 1,  General Assembly 2, & Arab League.

MINIMUN is, essentially, an MUN conference on a smaller scale, exclusive to DHS and DBGS students. However, despite the relaxed environment, it is still mandatory to follow MUN procedure and dress appropriately in formal attire.

This conference is a great opportunity for any beginners in MUN because of support offered by the DHAMUN team and experienced, helpful chairs. It is also highly encouraged for experienced delegates to attend so that they can act as examples for the newer delegates.

If you’re interested, please fill out this form by the by Oct. 28th, 2018  :

For delegates: https://goo.gl/forms/CqU5a1YsgsMIUF4t1

For chairs: https://goo.gl/forms/VQLxb47QIErP7oj52

Please note that there is a 50 SAR fee to be paid Nov. 8th. If not paid, we will not consider your form and you will not be able to attend.

Lunch, snacks and refreshments will be provided.

We will sign off on service and CAS hours if applicable.