Tomorrow night's 100th year Football Rivalry Game between Depew and Lancaster will be streamed online through our agreement with LocalLive. All you have to do is click on this link and the game will be displayed. https://events.locallive.tv/events/guest/32219
The October 17 JV football game against Lancaster has been moved to Depew. There will be no charge at the gate. Go Wildcats!
Presale tickets for the Friday, Oct. 18 Depew/Lancaster football game will be on sale at DHS from 7:45-4:00, Oct. 15-17 and at tonight's game against Lackawanna. Presale tickets are $2. Tickets sold the night of the game will be $3. A $1donations go to three local food pantries.
Good evening, This is a reminder to all families that since the District exceeded its allowable emergency closing days, this Friday, May 24, 2019, is now an instructional day. All students K-12 are expected to attend. Thank you.
Jordan Kanick was nominated for the prep talk player of the week with our opening 7-1 win at Cheektowaga. Please vote for Jordan Kanick for prep talk player of the week! https://twitter.com/bufnewspreptalk/status/1115355836862357511?s=21
Exciting night tonight at Depew UFSD! Our 2nd Family STEAM Night takes place at Depew HS from 6 to 8 pm. All are welcome!! STEAM is out of this world at Depew!
The Family Snowshoe Event scheduled for February 9 has been CANCELED.
The Tech Savvy Girl’s STEM Conference is coming up March 16 at UB. It’s only $5 and includes a full day of workshops, skills training, lunch and networking. Click here for more information. https://originaltechsavvy.org/
Monday, February 11 will now be converted from a full day to a half-day for all students K-12. The Depew Teacher Organization will hold a required contract ratification meeting. High School and Middle School will dismiss at 11:18 a.m. and Elementary School will dismiss at noon.
Depew Junior, Jersey Phillips has been nominated for the Buffalo News Prep Talk Girls Athlete of the Week for Girls Ice Hockey. She plays for the Lancaster/Iroquois/Depew team in the Section VI Federation and is having a great year! Cast your vote here: https://bit.ly/2HdmBIt
Students can sign up now for the next Cool Jobs Series with a developer from Praxair on Dec. 11! Check out the flyer and sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdJiW4SGpmyu-ZEbS_Lt_mUqOrGW6hVPbZZ550ftBF2YPS6-w/viewform
The 16th Annual Depew High School Talent Show is Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. The theme is License to drive. All money raisedto the high school character education program. Please come out and show your support!
Thank you to everyone who participated in our 1st Halloween DHS Blood Drive! 31 donors saved 81 potential lives. Each unit of blood can save up to three lives. We collected 27 units, surpassing our goal of 19 and had 12 new donors with Unyts.
Depew High School students win the 13th annual pumpkin launch contest, making it 2 wins in a row. They also set 2 records. https://www.wgrz.com/article/news/local/13th-annual-pumpkin-launching-contest/71-606501445
DHS Honor Society Fundraiser Wednesday September 19th, 2018 from 3pm until 9pm Five Guys Burgers and Fries--Depew (Transit Rd)Location Only. Five Guys will donate 20% from all sales that mention “Depew”. mention "Depew" at check out.
As of August 16, 2018 the repair cost for damaged Chromebooks will change. Students who damage the keyboard will pay $30.00 instead of $100.00. The fee schedule is as follows: Lost device, broken screen, or damaged body is $100.00 Damaged keyboard or lost power cord is $30.00
Registration for fall sports in now open. Please register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgMg9rKh8ArTJy6hLh8WY8PCuRKu8uhRRcWvENjMQewvTi1g/viewform
Fall Sports Physicals will be offered in the Middle School Nurses Office on Monday, Aug. 6 from 8 a.m. to noon for JV and Varsity and Wednesday Aug. 15 from 8 to 11 a.m. for Modified athletes.
Fall Sports Registration is available now at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgMg9rKh8ArTJy6hLh8WY8PCuRKu8uhRRcWvENjMQewvTi1g/viewform?usp=sf_link
Over 100 baskets will be available at the DHS Annual PTSO Theme Tray Auction tomorrow in the DHS Gymnasium & Cafe. This popular event will have doors open at 6 p.m. and the first drawing will start at 8 p.m. Don't miss out! Mark your calendar!
In case you missed Lunch Hero Day on WIVB Friday. Here's the link: http://www.wivb.com/news/school-lunch-hero-day_20180504205527/1160028890
Members of the Depew High School LEO club, staff, and their family members volunteered to pack Thanksgiving food bags at St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy in Buffalo on Saturday, Nov. 18 in recognition of this national event.
The Depew High School Leo Club coordinated Trick-or-Treat So Others May Eat. The annual event involves going to homes on Beggars Night to collect canned foods to benefit The Buffalo City Mission.
Depew engineering students participated in this year’s Manufacturing at K-TECHnologies. Manufacturing Day is an annual celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation.
Support Depew LOTE Clubs from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11 by enjoying dinner or dessert at Anderson's on Transit Road in Lancaster. Anderson's will donate a portion of sales for the trip to Europe.
Varsity Girls Swim Team fundraising car wash is Sunday, Sept. 17, from 12-2pm at Good Year Auto Repair, 4972 Transit Rd. $5 a car. All proceeds go to the varsity swim program.
DHS yearbook photos will be taken during PE classes on Monday (9/11) and Tuesday (9/12).
2017-18 supply lists and summer reading lists for high school have been posted on the high school's website homepage.
Senior Samantha Spinella won the small school division of the long jump by jumping 18 feet 1.75 inches to repeat as state champion. Sam is the first multiple-time state champion at DHS. Congrats!
Congrats Mercedes Jackson, Mitch Becker and Josh Olewniczak! Each won a scholarship for their business ideas last night during JA Business Plan Challenge. http://www.depewschools.org/article/17957
Congrats Riley Williams, Faith Nunz, Taylor Hale on second place for your rain barrel entry under direction of art teacher Lori Bogdan. Story at http://www.depewschools.org/article/14833
In case you missed yesterday's WKBW Morning Show segment about the DHS Fitness Center, here's the link to watch it: http://www.wkbw.com/news/depew-schools-receive-grant-to-fund-fitness-programs
Over 100 baskets at Friday (April 28) night's Depew HS PTSO Theme Tray Auction in DHS large gym. Doors open at 6 p.m. Winners drawn at 8 pm. Tickets are $5. Pizza, pop available. Over 100 baskets!!!
Physicals for Fall 2017 sports will be held May 31 in the high school from 8-11 a.m., students must sign up NOW in their building's health office.
The schedule for May 2017 AP exams is available in the High School Documents section of the website.
New scholarships have been added to the DHS Guidance Office scholarship webpage. Apply now!! http://www.depewschools.org/o/dhs/page/scholarships-financial-aid
Eat at Anderson's restaurant, 4855 Transit Rd. on Monday (3/20) from 4-8 pm and DHS Masterminds Club will earn 20% of sales during those four hours. Sit down, take out, dinner, or an ice cream. YUM!
A DHS Counseling Center Update: Fantasy Island in Grand Island is now hiring summer help. Students may apply at http://www.fantasyislandny.com/jobs.
Science-tech teacher Ray Cooper named to NYS master teacher program; he joins DUFSD existing master teachers Charles Bonda, Paul Caban, Jaime Garver, Paul Parrinello, Robert Parry, Craig Uhrich.
Congrats! At the Feb. 25 Section VI state qualifier indoor track and field meet, 3 DHS athletes qualified; Samantha Spinella/long jump, Antonio Antonov /55m dash, and Colin Benzin/pole vault.
Academy of Finance Informational Night for all interested ninth graders and their parents will be held in the DHS library on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Final deadline to order a DHS yearbook is Jan. 18. Order online at YearbookOrderCenter.com w/code 13850. No extras will be available at end of the year.
Due to today's (Jan. 5) weather forecast, Middle and High School will dismiss 15 minutes early. Cayuga Heights will dismiss at their normal time. All after-school activities are cancelled for 1/5/17.
Holiday tunes a’plenty! The high school holiday concert is Dec. 19 at 7:30 pm in the HS Aud. Consider donating to the warm clothing and food drive. Bins are in HS foyer
Shoppers at Barnes & Noble (@Main-Transit) can help DHS language clubs raise $ for a Europe 2018 trip. From Dec. 16-21, mention DHS at checkout or online (use code 12040556) and the club earns $.
High Schoolers- explore 6 different careers at the Life Sciences Career Lab for Teens @Buffalo Zoo. Deadline to apply Dec. 19. Get more information http://buffalozoo.org/life_sciences_career.html
Robots will be at UB's Computer Science and Engineering Kid's Day for grades K-12 on Dec 5. Hands-on stuff, live demos! Two sessions 6-7:15pm or 7:15-8:30pm. RSVP now: www.cse.buffalo.edu/ubcseweek
DHS Student Senate gift certificate sale and LEO club giving tree through December 15th.
DMS food drive and LEO club warm clothing drive through December 9th.
Academy of Finance students competed in the Jr. Achievement Stock Market Challenge Nov. 17 with DHS teams finishing in 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th places! Great job!
Students who want to be a vet can learn about the career at the Veterinary Science Explorer Program mtg, on Wed., Nov. 16, from 7-9 pm at Medaille College. Get more info at MS/HS guidance offices.
HS students who built and competed in the annual trebuchet pumpkin contest in Oct. scored 2 first place spots; 483 feet to set a new record for farthest distance, and total distance of 1,396 feet.