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Alma Mater - What you may not know!
 Dorman is probably unique among public high schools in this country in having both an Alma Mater and a fight song written especially for it, rather than being "adopted" from a familiar tune. Earl Mays, a gifted composer and retired Army band director, was the first band director at the new Dorman High School in 1964, and he composed both of these fine and stirring pieces. He did this without any thought of recognition or gain, but just as a matter of course of his job. (How many other high school band directors would have even thought of, much less have been capable of, such a task?) This gave some instant tradition to a new high school, which has now become genuine tradition for over forty years, thanks to his talent.




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Wednesday, June 29
Instructions for Lightning Evacuation

Lightning Warning

Evacuation Procedures

 

In the event of a lightning warning (15 second blast from the lightning detection system horn) during a football game the stadium will need to be evacuated.  Here are the procedures for evacuation:

 

Visiting football team – to the ground level field house on the visitors side of the stadium or to their team buses as directed by their head coach

 

Home football team – to the ground level field house on the home side of the stadium

 

Referees – to the referee’s lockeroom on the ground level field house

 

Home band – to the 9th grade football lockeroom in the upper field house (Jamie Pruitt and Roger Sumner will let the band in)

 

Blue Belles and Home Cheerleaders – to the JV football lockeroom in the upper field house (Jamie Pruitt and Roger Sumner will let the cheerleaders and Blue Belles in)

 

Visiting band and cheerleaders – to their respective buses parked in the grassy lot next to the visiting stands

 

Spectators – will need to evacuate the stadium and return to their vehicles until the all clear signal is given

 

No One Should Return the Field or to the Stadium Until the All Clear Signal has Been Delivered.  This Signal will be Three Five Second Blasts from the Lightning Detection System Horn.



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