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Connecting Teachers and Parents at Back To School Night

With parents roaming the campus, following their kids’ schedules and going to their classes, Diamond Bar High School’s 2023 Back-To-School Night was in full session the night of Aug. 30. 

Starting off the night with a performance from the Wind Ensemble, the parents of DBHS gathered at the amphitheater for an introduction to the proceedings of the night. Parents were informed that 10 minutes would be allotted for each class , followed by an eight minute passing period.

Mr. Hong then gave his speech introducing himself as DBHS’s new Principal where he explained how he plans to take care of his students along with the school. He then introduced the many promising teachers and staff working to make DBHSa better place every day. 

The general parent consensus was positive. Giving positive encouragement and having high hopes for the future of Diamond Bar High School. 

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“I’m glad to see that he seems to care about the students as well as his job, and I hope he can be a great principal for this school,” a parent said.

A large portion of the Back To School Night’s success can be attributed to the student-members of the United Student Body (USB). USB made posters, organized the event and provided directions and answers to inquiring parents.

 “[Back-To-School Night was] long but rewarding because I got to see some of my friends and their parents,” sophomore USB member Daniel Lee said.

Back-To-School Night ended with parents exiting out of their student’s last class with new information about the structure and schedule their students would be following . Parents walked towards the gates, with many of them looking at their newspapers or conversing with their child.

“I think Back-To-School Night was worth it because it gives me a glimpse of what my son has to go through along with getting helpful information on how to help and support my son,” the parent of freshman Issak Park said.

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