Athletics and School Activities
Before students tryout for a sport, paperwork must be completed documenting that a physical has been completed and the student has been released to participate in athletics. All physical exam documentation must be completed on the District approved form available in the clearance packet.
The District athletic fee per person, per season, is $75.00 and is payable only after a student is placed on a team roster.
We encourage all of our students to become involved in school activities. Beyond academic responsibilities, our students have great opportunities to explore many areas of interest. Welcome to our campus! We look forward to meeting each of you.
Student Council & Student Senate - Chad WhiteThe purpose of this student organization is to organize student activities, fundraisers, and dances. The DRJHS Student Senators are chosen by their 8th period classes. They meet once a month with the executive council. The executive council is comprised of President, Vice President, Spirit Store Manager, Treasurer, Secretary and 7th Grade Representatives.
Chess Club - Barbara Sachs
This is a club designed to foster an interest in the game of chess for beginners, increase skills of current chess players, and practice skills at tournaments and leagues throughout the year. Meeting times and locations will be announced.
National Junior Honor Society - Matt Livingston
NJHS is a student organization that is service oriented. Membership is based on Grade Point Average and recommendations. The organization will complete various service-oriented activities throughout the year. Meeting times and locations will be announced.
AZ Skills USA - VICA - Travis Jackson
VICA is a national student organization that promotes career exploration. In Aril, DRJHS VICA will participate in the Arizona Skills Competitions in the following events: C02 Dragsters, Rocketry, Dome Constructing, Bridge Building, and Solar Sprint Races. VICA also runs a food concession stand at mot athletic events as a fundraiser. Meetings are held one Saturday a month according to the needs. The students can come to the shop every morning before school starts to work on their projects.
Drama Club - Lisa Stahlman
Drama club allows students to experience Drama if they aren't in the Drama class on campus. In the club, students play theatre games and plan/organize the production of the school plays. Meeting times and locations will be announced.
S.H.O. Club (Students Helping Others) - Normagwen Smyth
Service oriented group with an emphasis on students helping others.
Scrap Book Club
FROG Club-Ann Pastor and Kathleen Kuhn
FROG Club offers encouragement to students by providing a non-demoninational environment for fellowship, bible study, prayer, strengthening their faith in God, and service to others. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month in Rm 225.