Camp Clement

  • Daniel Boone students attended the 2013 HOSA Leadership Camp at Camp Clements. The camp is a career and technical youth leadership camp located in Doyle, Tennessee. This opportunity provided a variety of activities to help prepare the students to be capable and confident leaders within their school and community. Students were taught skills needed to effectively lead their local chapters, as well as, provide them with the skills necessary to become leaders in their chosen career fields.

Meeting at the Flagpole

  • Daniel Boone students meet at the flagpole to pray for the Davy Crockett students injured in the bus crash.

HOSA National Conference Attendes

  • Daniel Boone HOSA students attended thier National Conference this summer in Orlando, Florida. The purpose of the conference is to encourage leadership and professionalism, as well as, promote educational opportinities for studetns in the advancement of health care. Daniel Boone was recognized as an "Outstanding HOSA Chapter" due to the chapters educational activities and community service. Only 4 chapters in Tennessee received this recognition. From left to right: Hayden Stanton, Katelyn DelCastillio, Holly Wagner and Hannah Fink

Water Bottle Drive

  • DBHS HOSA collected water bottles for the Johnson City Downtown Clinic. The bottles will be given to homeless patients so they will have abiltiy to carry fresh water with them throughout the day. A total of 113 bottles were collected.

Math Night

  • In the first annual math night held at Daniel Boone High school, the math department and administrators hosted parents and students to discover more about math. Mrs. Rigsby started off the night by introducing the teachers and then followed by informing the parents and students about state requirements and different diploma options based on what math credits are received. This was all with the focus of the vision of Washington County Schools to gear students in a college or career path. Dr. Christian continued the discussion to tell why the state is moving the direction it is and what the math department is doing for the students. The parents then moved to 5 breakout sessions to discover what the students are doing in class as well as concepts about the book, options in technology, and finally application to real life situations to make the students here at Daniel Boone High School Competitive. Daniel Boone looks forward to the continuation of math night and to further support of what the school district is trying to accomplish!

HOSA Mountain States Health Alliance Junior Volunteer

  • Daniel Boone HOSA students participated in the Mountain States Health Alliance Junior Volunteer program this summer. Students volunteered 3 days a week from 8:30am - 4:00pm. The beginning of each day consisted of classes to increase their knowledge of medical professions. Students participated in field trips to the ETSU College of Medicine and College of Pharmacy. Their afternoon was spent volunteering in various areas of the hospital. Each student on average earned 100+ hours of community service. From left to right: Alex Neely, Holly Wagner, Kacie Harris, Savannah Saylor, Jordan Bishop and Katie Fuller

2012 National Gold Council of Excellence Award

  • Congratulations to the Daniel Boone Student Council who won the 2012 National Gold Council of Excellence Award. Members: Anne Varghese (President), Payton Tipton (Vice President), Meredith Haynes (Secretary), Devon Adams (Parliamentarian), Zack Bennett (Treasurer), Connor Behrmann, Kristina Buckles, Gabe Hunigan, Hannah Gilliam, Gabby Wexler, Drake Wood, Maggie Bell, Timmy Blumberg, Katie Edwards, Hannah Goodman, Peter Mermilliod, Destiny Roberts, Kelsey Runion, Haven Sanders, Jessica Vest, Ciera Wilson, Mikayla Winters, Madison Good, Drew Gray, Annabel Large, Keith Maultbay, Alex Neeley, Hannah Rigsby, Megan Rosenoff, Carolyn Sain, Victoria Utsman, and Rachel Wingo.

Science Bowl Team

  • From left to right in the picture: Ethan Bowman, Tim Blumberg, Nick Combs, Avery Morelock, Zac Gray, Mike Taylor. Daniel Boone's Science Bowl Team placed 2nd in the Northeast Tennessee Science Bowl at Eastman. We won heavily against Sullivan South, Greeneville, Jefferson County, and narrowly lost to Dobyns-Bennett (64-60) in the finals. The tournament included other teams such as Science Hill, Tennessee High, Cherokee and Sullivan Central.