Denfeld is a PBIS school 
PBIS stands for "Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports," and is a nationwide, research based framework for teaching and reinforcing positive behavior. For more information, click here.

 "Denfeld: Home of the Hunters"
Denfeld High School is a community high school providing 21st Century classrooms and facilities, experienced teaching staff and excellent educational programs. Our school community strives to provide high achievement and a welcoming environment for all.

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Daily Time Schedule

8:07 - 8:55  
9:00 - 9:48  
9:53 - 10:41  
10:46 - 11:34  
11:39 - 12:09  
12:14 - 1:02  
1:07 - 1:37  
1:42 - 2:31  
2: 36 - 3:24  
Zero Hour
Period 1
Period 2
Period 3
Lunch 1 or WIN
Period 4
Lunch 2 or WIN
Period 5
Period 6


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2015 Go Guide – Summer Guide for Youth Activities is available through the United Way of Greater Duluth. Click here to view the online copy:

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The Back to School Fair is an event that Duluth Schools have been hosting for many years in partnership with the CHUM agency. This year the fair will be held on August 25th in the ALC Gym from 9-3. School supplies will be provided to families that would have difficulty purchasing those items. In addition, the fair concept offers schools and community agencies an opportunity to share information that families may find valuable. Typically, over 700 backpacks are distributed on that day.

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Contact

    401 North 44th Ave West
    Duluth, MN 55807
    Phone: (218)336-8830
    Fax: (218)336-8844
 
    Principal: Tonya M. Sconiers
  
    Assistant Principals: 
      James Erickson
      Marcia Nelson
     
    Activities Director: Tom Pearson


News

Summer School 2015-2016

 

Denfeld High School (Seat-based program):  401 North 44th Ave. West, Duluth, MN  

June 15 through July 23, 2015

8:00AM to 10:00AM Monday through Thursday

10:15AM to 12:15PM Monday through Thursday

Phone:  218-336-8756  Fax:  218-336-8770

This program is open to students age 14 and older who need to complete a half or full credit course.


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