School's Out for the Summer!
Please watch for your summer mailer with back to school information.
Seniors can sign up for senior college and career readiness meetings with their counselor @ https://dixie-hs-counseling.appointlet.com
Junior class change day will be Tuesday August 6th 8:30 AM, first come first serve.
Sophomore class change day will be Wednesday August 7th 8:30 AM, first come first serve.
After those days the next available day to change your schedule will be Thursday and Friday the 15th and 16th, after school.
You can still request a transcript during the summer by clicking on the "Request a Transcript" box above. If you need to get in contact with your counselor, their contact information can be found here.
Have a great summer!
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