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Message from SCA President Zach Davis

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The 2018-19 DHS leadership class is currently in the process of executing several plans and events for this upcoming Halloween season. Since our first effort at the Dominion verse Potomac Falls Football game, on August 31, we have implemented a new competition between all four of the classes here at Dominion. As students attend a selected school event by SCA, there will be a QR code scan, to earn points for your class. By the end of the school year, SCA will count up the points held by each class and will announce a winner.

For the annual celebration of homecoming, we are very excited to announce that this year’s theme of the week/dance will be decades. With first choice on which decade, the seniors selected the 70s, the juniors chose the 80s, the sophomores chose the 2000s, and lastly, the freshmen chose the 90s. Our exciting homecoming spirit week is set for October 15, with the homecoming dance being on Saturday, October 20.

We strongly encourage students to participate in the spirit events offered by SCA and all of the other clubs at Dominion. As we come closer to our well-known homecoming week filled with special events, we will continue to push all students in the DHS community to partake in all current, and upcoming events.

If you are looking for more information about SCA related events, follow Dominion SCA on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more updates!

Thank you,

SCA President Zach Davis

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2 Responses to “Message from SCA President Zach Davis”

  1. A on October 3rd, 2018 11:36 am

    Will there be any changes that will revitalize school spirit? Because if SCA doesn’t do something different this year that will actually make spirit weeks or class points matter to students, no amount of QR codes or pep rallies can make us care. No one attends homecoming because the afterparties are more planned than the actual dance. No one stays for football games because the people who lead the chants care about beating up a trash can more than supporting our team. No one listens to SCA because they only look at the money coming in (or lack thereof) from homecoming and athletics. So unless Zach and Gina have real, tangible plans then I can’t see any reason to have hope.

  2. N/A on October 5th, 2018 9:49 am

    SCA is doing a great job and are all so excited for the new changes to homecoming. Not having a home field is creating many conflicts regarding the homecoming plans as well as school unification at football games. Beating up a trashcan adds hype to the crowd. Fans do not attend the games because the players don’t even want to attend practice. SCA does not get funds from athletics or homecoming, and they are not the ones the blame. Blame the administration and unfortunate delay to the home field for the lack of unification during this beginning school year, not SCA.

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Message from SCA President Zach Davis