Truth & Consequences: What you need to know about teen drinking from a legal, cognitive, social, academic and athletic perspective.
Tuesday, February 7th at 7pm in the DHS Auditorium
"They are safer doing it at home." "We take all the keys." "They need to be prepared for college." If you've made, heard or wondered about one of these statements, then this meeting is for you. A not-to-be-missed panel of experts will share all you need to know about the cognitive, social, emotional, legal, academic and athletic ramifications of underage drinking. Join Dr. Aaron Krasner, Silver Hill's Adolescent TLP Service Chief, Attorney Matthew Maddox, Nancy Herling of Post 53, Darien Police Department and DHS School Resource Office, James Palmieri, and DHS Principal, Ellen Dunn, for an informative and actionable evening.
Regular Spring 2017 Registration is now closed, with Late Registration Open.
The program is open to boys and girls in Grades 1st – 8th. From the DYLA home page you’ll find the forms on the “Register Online” tab on the left side (www.dylax.com). Simply login and sign up. There are step by step instructions also available in the “Documents” section.
The following are the 2017 registration dates:
Regular registration November 2nd – January 13thCLOSED
Late registration January 14th – March 1st (50% late fee)
Waitlist March 2nd – April 1st (100% late fee); there is no guarantee of a spot
DYLA is not supplying shorts in the late registration window, so orders will need to be made directly from lax.com.
Orders placed by February 12th, will be available for pick up/delivery by April 1st
Orders placed by March 1st, will be available for pick up/delivery by April 15th.
For questions related to the shorts, please email John Arrix at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Late registration fees for the 2017 season are:
3rd/4th and 5th/6th House Fee $337.50
7th/8th Base Fee $487.50
5th/6th Travel Supplement $150.00
7th/8th Travel Supplement $125.00
Please note that each player requires a US Lacrosse membership. The $30 US Lacrosse fee payment and membership registration can be completed during the DYLA online registration process.
We’ll host an Orientation meeting on February 26th to welcome the players, hand out shorts ordered during regular registration and answer any questions you might have about the program. Look for more details to be sent in an email to follow shortly.
For any questions, please contact the Registrar at email@example.com. Anyone with questions on need-based scholarships should email Eric Strub at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weather permitting we plan on starting the season on Saturday March 4th. The full schedule can be found under the documents tab on the left hand side of the home webpage. Please look for the PDF file- weekly schedule.
TRYOUTS- Weather Permitting
7th/8th grade Boys are Girls tryouts will start Sat. March 4th and conclude March 10th
5th/ 6th Grade Boys and Girls tryouts will start Sat March 18th and conclude March 24th
The website and email are our primary communication channels. Always check the home page, your team page and your email for schedule information prior to heading to the fields, especially if you have any question about the weather. Emails are generated and sent for all changes to the schedule, and you can link your calendars online to your player(s) schedules through the website. It is vital that you have correct email addresses listed so that you receive our communications. You can add/edit/delete emails and other contact information by going to "Edit My Account" on the website and logging in to your account.
Boys at all ages are required to play with full gear, which includes a stick, helmet (may be a hockey helmet), gloves, shoulder and arm pads, a cup and a mouth guard for boys 3rd - 8th. Girls at all ages are required to have a girls stick, face mask and mouth guard.
For those of you who are new to the program, you may not know this but DHS appears to have its own polar vortex, primarily in March and April. Dress accordingly. Please add layers, it always feels 10-20 degrees colder on the oval than it does in your driveway.
The DHS location is terrific for allowing us to be in one place for all of our home activities, but the traffic can be tough. Please allow for plenty of time to get your players to the fields. Plan on parking and walking the younger players to their fields, do not let them walk alone across the parking lots. Drive safely and pay attention as there are a lot of small bodies around.