The first day of high school is full of excitement but can also be nerve racking for incoming students. Not only does Fly-Up day help students find electives and opportunities that interest them, but it also familiarizes them with the school and staff, giving them a little less to be nervous about on that first day next fall.
Students arrived at the TDHS campus shortly after noon on Friday and spent the afternoon rotating through different class opportunities. While current TDHS students had a half day to accommodate the event, some current TDHS students opted to stay behind and help provide examples and give input to the incoming class.
Class previews included Mechanics, Welding and Fabrication, Graphic Design, Theater Arts, Leadership, Advanced Science, and more.