Home Access Center (to view report cards, transcripts, and attendance)
Dozier-Libbey's Vision Statement
Every student valued, every student challenged, every student prepared to succeed in a changing world.
Dozier-Libbey's Mission Statement
DLMHS exists to challenge students with exciting rigorous instruction that prepares them with the knowledge and experience to succeed in health science professions and college
Schoolloop and Home Access Center
We use Schoolloop as our gradebook that shows current grades and scores on assignments and tests. Remember, when you log in to Schoolloop, you will see the students’ grades and assignments in each class from your login screen. The calendar feature will list all assignments for each teacher.
You can log in to the Home Access Center in eSchool to see official progress reports, report cards, and transcripts as well as attendance and discipline information, but the daily assignments and gradebook will only be on Schoolloop. If you forgot your log in and password for Home Access Center, just click on the Home Access Center link and then click on "forgot password".
Parents, if you have not yet registered for Schoolloop, simply click on the “Register Now” button on the left side of this page and follow the instructions. You will need your child’s student number to complete this process. Once you are registered, you can log on anytime to view your child’s progress, grades on individual assignments, upcoming assignments, and view teacher websites. When you log in you will see each class listed with the current grade in the class and you can click on any class to see the individual assignments and grades.
Also, remember to update any changes to your contact information, including home and cell phone numbers, address, email address in eSchool and Schoolloop so you continue to get communications from our school. If you have any questions, please contact us at 779-7540.
Check out the Dozier-Libbey Video
Check out the cool video about Dozier-Libbey created by one of our students, Meg Faulkenberry at http://youtu.be/hvWNgvUkfdY.
Registration Process 2014-2015
DUE TO EVENING REGISTRATION, THE OFFICE WILL OPEN AT 11:30 A.M. ON MONDAY, AUGUST 4, 2014.
We are looking forward to seeing you on Registration Day for Dozier-Libbey Medical High School on Monday, August 4th from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.! We are anxious to meet you and your student(s). Please make sure to complete all of the required steps. Please don’t hesitate to ask for guidance from any one of our staff and/or student helpers.
The following are the required and optional activities at registration:
Forms to be completed include:
Free and Reduced Lunch application (if applicable)
On the DLMHS Website at http://dlmhs-antioch-ca.schoolloop.com you will see “Quick Links” to several forms including, Bell Schedule, Site Map, Back to School Supply List, Free & Reduced Lunch Application, Home Access Center, School Site Council Nomination Form, Parent Guidelines for Social Media, Graduation Worksheet with A-G Requirements, etc.
Thank you and we hope to see all of you on August 4th.
Scott Bergerhouse, Principal
Dozier-Libbey Named Among Best High Schools by US News and World Report
Dozier-Libbey has received the silver medal award from US News and World Report for being in the top 700 high schools in the nation out of over 31,000 schools. We have also been ranked 140th in California out of over 2,000 schools. The report states that "Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Dozier-Libbey Medical High is 70 percent. The student body makeup is 38 percent male and 62 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 77 percent." To read the full report, click here. Way to go Dozier teachers, students, and parents!
Class of 2014 - Where Are They Going?
We are very proud of the accomplishments of the group of students who are graduating this year!
They are going places!!
CLASS OF 2014 – College Stats: 130 Graduates
Upcoming Events 2014-15
August 4 - Registration 3-7 pm - Multi-Purpose Room - Registration Packet Mailer to Follow
Freshmen Orientation Friday, August 8 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
August 5 and 6 - Senior Portraits - Multi-Purpose Room
Help Us Improve Traffic Flow!
Healthy Families Medi-Cal Programs
Now, more children and teens qualify for free or low cost medical, dental and vision care coverage programs through Medi-Cal. Click here to see the flyers (in English and Spanish) for more information.
New weighted grade policy for Honors and AP courses
I Can Help
In January, we had a great assembly called “I Can Help”. This is a growing movement to delete negativity on social media that was started by a local teacher in Byron and has been spreading across the state. Kim Karr's message was important, as we are facing an increasing number of incidents involving Cyberbullying and other negativity on social media. As parents, we must be aware and talk to our kids about these issues. Click here for very informative and helpful parent guidelines for social media.
There was a Channel 5 News story about the "#ican help" campaign, and an article in the paper (links below).
http://youtu.be/nAhe-gXnID4 (link to Channel 5 story on the campaign)
http://eastcountytoday.net/middle-school-students-work-to-keep-social-media-communication-positive/ (article in the paper about the campaign)
As soon as the assembly was over, our students were busy setting up social media sites for Dozier-Libbey to support the movement. Let's see how many Dozier-Libbey students and family members we can get to follow this movement on social media, and become "Positive Warriors", part of the solution to delete negativity on social media! Check these out, join in, and become one of our "positive warriors."
Facebook - Dozier-Libbey Can Help
Instagram - _dozier_libbey_icanhelp
Other online sites Ms. Karr has started to help spread the movement statewide:
•Facebook – icanhelpdeletenegativity
•Instagram – icanhelpdeletenegativity
•Twitter – icanhelp__
•YouTube – icanhelpdeletenegativity