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Teacher Feature: Donna Plunkett

Donna Plunkett, Lower School Science teacher, believes in the value of getting her hands dirty. Her love for wildlife (snakes, lizards, turtles and spiders) is evident in her classroom decor and in her approach to teaching. In her 35 years at Donoho, she has inspired students to roll up their sleeves and embrace all the wonders that wildlife has to offer. Mrs. Plunkett loves to bring science to life for her students.

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DAC Students Dreams of State Come True

We are pleased to announce that our DAC students swept the Trumbauer District Competition and qualified for State with their One-Act "Midsummer Night's Dream" and many other events.

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Lady Falcons Fight and Win State Championship

Our Lady Falcons restore the title of 1A State Champions to our volleyball program in a nail-biter against Westminster-Oak Mountain.

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Head of School Blog: October 2019

Welcoming Old Friends and Meeting New Ones!

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