Hello, Devoted Friends of Dunwoody High School! Only several months after our initial kick-off, GAME ON! is still on! Progress is happening! Please accept our invitation to join the GAME ON! Capital Campaign’s 100-Day Challenge. As the completion of Phase 1 draws near, the GAME ON! Committee members were excited to be on hand to shovel the first dirt for the groundbreaking, starting this week, of the new bleachers being installed from the 10 yard line to the 10 yard line on the visitor’s side of the DHS multi-use field. New athletic storage units have already been installed in the end zone. In October, our track will be resurfaced, and a 5-foot high black vinyl-coated fence installed around it. These projects were made possible through donations to the Game On! Athletic Facility Capital Campaign. We are now challenging our community to raise an additional $400,000 to begin the next phase of our campaign. Phase 2 will include lights for the multi-use field and the softball field, as well as a brick box building at our entrance to sell concessions and tickets. This new building will include restrooms! We also plan to improve our grounds with an archway entrance to our athletic facility and a way to recognize our donors. We thank all our past and future supporters for helping make this dream a reality. GAME ON, Wildcats! For more information, updates, and to donate online or by check, please click on the following link: http://dunwoodyalumni.org/game-on-capital-campaign.
Coach Dankosky is excited to announce a grass roots effort to develop boys basketball here in the Dunwoody community. Dunwoody High School Boys Basketball now has a feeder program starting with in the first grade. For 1st to 5th graders, the program consists of skills sessions throughout the year. For boys in 6th, 7th and 8th grade, we are offering a three stage program with high level skill sessions in the fall, skill sessions and competitive league play in the winter (does not interfere with the PCMS team), and then spring skills sessions. Our goal is to grow the basketball community here in Dunwoody and give our local kids the most opportunity to become better basketball players. If your son is interested, please refer to the following contacts:
9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade boys at Dunwoody High School