Alice Deal Middle School

Think globally - Listen compassionately - Act inclusively  


The Weekly Bulletin 

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Our school mission:
Alice Deal Middle School inspires excellence, curiosity, and compassion through intellectual and social engagement.
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Principal's Message...

As parents, we know that the first week of school is one of the few times that our children are just spilling over with information about their classes, their teachers, their peers, and their everyday lives. It is too much to contain inside. I hope that your dinner and evening conversations gave you some insight into what the year holds for the Vikings at Deal. For your 6th grader, every single thing is new and full of meaning; for your 7th and 8th graders there is the need to compare this year with last - how the food in the lunchroom holds up, who moved and who stayed, which friends from last year are on their team, and so much more. We get it as well. This week, we try to get a handle on how the students are feeling about their school and what they need and adjust accordingly.

The coming weeks are very full in the Deal world. This last week, our teachers mixed in content instruction with cementing in place schoolwide procedures. There is some new language around school culture in the building, implemented with the goal of providing increased consistency in academic and behavioral expectations. The students seem to be responding well - Deal students are so focused on learning and growing that they make institutional changes easy for us. We are getting deep into the academic work this coming week, of course, and you should see the results in your child's agenda. Look at this closely - we are requiring everyone to put their homework assignments in their agendas so families have an up-to-the-minute listing of what their children are working on. Let us know how this is going.

You will notice in this bulletin a listing of clubs, activities, and sports that are planned for the first semester. Some of these will be starting this week (look at Student and Parent Information) but all will be starting by next week. Sports tryouts will have additional notifications - and more than one chance to find out about the team. My goal is to have a full week of activities (barring Friday) for as many of our children as possible. The IB talks about developing balance in each of us - it will be clear to you that not all activities your child wants to participate in can be accommodated. There just aren't enough days in the week. Having a conversation around how to make choices will be important.

For parents, a number of valuable events are on tap. This week, 6th grade Parent Workshops (see more) (Wednesday and Thursday) are on tap at 6:30. Wednesday's workshop is preceded by the first general PTA meeting of the year - 6:00 pm in the cafeteria. Next week, Back-to-School Night (September 11) and PTA dues week coincide. In two weeks' time I should have met almost all of you face to face. (And if I haven't by then, I will be hosting Principal Coffees each month to meet everyone else!)

Let me close by wishing you a wonderful Labor Day. Although Isaac is conspiring to keep us indoors, I am sure many of you are visiting or using this extra day to rest and relax. This day is the traditional start to Fall, national campaigns, and the wearing of dark clothes. For Deal teachers, it is a chance to catch their collective breaths. They have been working extremely hard to be ready for your children, and have a lot of hard work yet to come. They are the reason that this first week has gotten off to such a great start - and why the year will be wonderful for your children. I hope they are resting, too!

Principal Albright
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Bell Schedule

Monday - No School
Labor Day 
Tuesday -Bell I
Wednesday - Bell I 
Thursday Bell - IB Activity 
Friday - Bell I 

Upcoming Dates


September 3
Labor Day
No school for students or staff
September 4
Team Leaders

September 5
PTA Meeting - 6:00 pm
6th Grade Parent Workshops
6:30 pm

September 6
6th Grade Parent Workshops
6:30 pm

September 8
Saturday Detention 9 -12

September 11
Team Leaders
Music Info Night 6 - 6:30
Back-to- School Night 6:30 pm

September 13
Dept. Chairs, 3:30 pm

September 14
Party on the Plaza: Movie/Ice Cream Night, 6:30 pm

September 18
Principal's Coffee - 9 am

September 19
Hemlock Trip - Team Sydney
Team Mecca - Air and Space Museum

September 20
Hemlock Trip - Team Santiago

September 24
Hemlock Trip - Team San Francisco

September 25
Team Leaders

September 26
Deficiencies to Admin

September 27
Hemlock Trip - Team London

October 2
Parent- Teacher Conference letter distributed 
Custodian Appreciation Day

October 3
NHD Workshop for students and parents 6:30 pm

October 4
Picture Day
High School Night, 6:30 pm

October 8
Columbus Day
No school for students or staff

October 9
Team Leaders

October 10 
Paced Interim Assessments

October 11
Dept. Chairs, 3:30 pm
PTA International Night 6:30 pm

October 12
World Language Trip Meeting

October 13
Saturday Detention, 9-12

October 15
8th Grade Art History Trip

October 16
8th Grade Art History Trip

October 17
Math Family Night
 6:30 pm

October 18
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm
8th Grade Trip to Mount Vernon

October 19
Professional Development for staff 
(No school for students)
Detention 9-12

October 22
Parent-Teacher Conferences
(No school for students)

October 24
Literature to Film Festival

October 27
Saturday Detention, 9-12

October 31
Beginning French Trip to NGA
6th Grade Parent Workshops

Parents are asked to help us plan for the workshops by sending an RSVP to [email protected] or [email protected]

Join us on Wednesday or Thursday for these informative sessions - especially designed for the new 6th grade parent!

Deal Athletics - Coach Ortiz and Coach Downing
- Wednesday and Thursday
Our coaches will provide details about interscholastic and club sports offered at Deal by season, which sports require try outs, and information about the tryout process and how this affects 6th graders.  Parents will have an opportunity to ask questions about our athletic program.

The Deal Culture Plan - Mr. Rodberg
Wednesday and Thursday
Have you heard your 6th grader talking about 100%, 100%, 100%? This workshop will provide an overview of the Deal Culture plan.

Understanding the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics - Ms. Philip, Ms. Burnham, Dr. Pough, and Ms. Quinn
Wednesday and Thursday
Come learn about the new standards and how to help your child meet success in mathematics at Deal.

Challenging (but expected) Development:  The Middle School Years - Ms. Banal, Mr. Chang, Ms. Hernandez, Ms. Scott
Wednesday and Thursday
Middle School is a time of transition and discovery. Come meet the counseling department to learn some of the common challenges that your child will experience during their time at Deal as well as strategies for supportive parenting.

Getting Organized - Ms. Glick, Ms. Jackson, Ms. Law and Ms. Purcell
Wednesday and Thursday
Come learn about helping your 6th grader get organized for success in middle school. 

What to Expect from Your Reader & Writer - Ms. Clements and Mr. Gueltig
In this session we will talk about the Readers-Writers Workshop at Deal, what our homework looks like, and how parents can support and reinforce the learning in the classroom at home.
EdLine - Mr. Albright
Wednesday and Thursday
Find out what you can find out using Deal's Edline pages. This useful tool is an important part of teaching our students to take responsibility for their learning.

The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program - Ms. Stallworth
Wednesday and Thursday

The IB has been at Deal for the last three years. Learn more about what it means to be an IB school and what the MYP means for your child. 

Library News

Library Media Center Hours   

 Before School 8 - 8:40 am

After School  3:30 - 4:30 pm

Beginning Tuesday, September 4th, all students who want to use the library after school must have their Library Permission Form turned in. The form is available in the library or through the link in this bulletin.

Students must have parental permission to stay after school


The Alice Deal Library welcomes students for reading and homework after school! Students must have a permission form on file in the library to use the space after school. Students may pick up a form in the library, or may download it from the library website (Library Pass). 

Community Information

  (Items in this section are not sponsored by Deal)  


Wilson HS 1st Annual Benefit Gold Tournament 
The Wilson PTSA is hosting a benefit golf tournament on Friday, September 14, at the University of Maryland Golf Course. Registration and breakfast begin at 7:00 am.  Deal parents, staff, and friends are encouraged to participate in this Fall fundraising event. The $115 per player entry fee includes player gifts, prizes, dinner, and more. For more information on participating, volunteering, or sponsorship, please visit, or contact David Williams at [email protected] 

Join Wilson Crew!

Did you know that 8th Grade Girls and Boys are eligible to join Wilson Crew for our Novice Learn to Row program?  This is a two week program beginning September 17, and running Monday through Thursday, from 4:30- 6:30 p.m., at the Thompson Boathouse on the Georgetown Waterfront.  Beginning rowers will learn rowing safety, boat handling and the basics of the rowing stroke, and will be introduced to the rigor and teamwork that characterizes Wilson Crew.  After the preliminary two weeks, eighth graders will have the option of participating in the Novice Fall program which begins October 1. 

Join us for an organizational meeting for all parents and rowers interested in Learn to Row, on Tuesday, September 4, 7-8 p.m. at Wilson HS.  For more information about Wilson Crew in general and Learn to Row in particular, please visit the Wilson Crew website,, or contact Page Kennedy at [email protected]t 


Information of interest to the Deal community may be emailed for consideration to [email protected]  


Dress Code in Effect

Parents are reminded that no students can wear flip-flops or hats in the building. Girls cannot wear leggings in place of pants, shorts or skirts less than fingertip length, shirts that do not have a full back, or tank tops that are less than two fingers' width or show bra straps. Boys' pants must not "sag" below their waists.
Lunch Application

Complete Lunch Form online at   

(All families regardless of eligibility must complete a lunch form.) This is important and helps determine some funding for the school.


Student and parent information...   


New: DC One Cards

6th graders will be taking their pictures for their DC One Cards over the next week and a half, and with the DC One Card office temporarily locating at Deal, we hope for a quick turnaround in getting the cards to their owners. Each day, 7th and 8th graders who have yet to get their cards may also take their pictures during lunch. 


New: Bus Issues

Thanks to those of you who have mentioned an issue with the WMATA buses that serve Deal. Be sure to email me if you are having any issues (bus passing your child, bus coming too early/to late, etc.) or if things are going well. Please also contact WMATA to let them know that there is an issue to be resolved. Finally, remind your children that riding the bus is a privilege and that proper Deal behavior is expected at bus stops and on the bus at all times. Their behavior is their choice! 


New: Girls on Track- New to Deal

Girls on Track is a middle school version of Girls on the Run. This structured program incorporates training for a 5k event as a means to teach essential life skills. Each individual lesson plan is based on the "whole person concept," which stresses the importance of equally developing the emotional, mental, social, spiritual and physical part of the individual to create a well-balanced, healthy person. The lesson plans are designed to encourage independent thinking, problem solving and community building. To sign up please see Ms. Hernandez (C115), Ms. Wisniewski (E103), or Ms. Purcell (W101).


New: PE Uniforms

Reminder to ALL PE students: Uniforms must be purchased and worn by Tuesday, September 4th! No excuses! If you need an extension, please contact your PE teacher in advance.


New: Girl Up Begins Next Monday

Girl Up is a United Nations project whose focus is to raise awareness about and funds to support girls' education and health in the developing world. Deal's Girl Up club meets every Monday from 3:30-4:30 pm in room E305. This club is open to all Deal students and faculty in solidarity with girls around the world. "You see a girl; we see the future."


New: Lunchtime Intramural Soccer

It's time to get ready for this year's Deal Co-ed Intramural Soccer Tournament! Teachers, get your homeroom organized and send your team rosters to Coach Jenkins. Remember that your team must be co-ed and must consist of members of your homeroom. The first games will be starting very soon.


New: Calling All Mathletes! 

Do you like to do math for fun? Do you like to compete in math contests? If your answer is yes or you would like to try, come join the MATHCOUNTS team. We are looking for 6th - 8th grade students. We begin on Thursday September 13 from 3:30 to 4:30 pm in E106. Please get a permission slip from Mr. Eckel in W306, Ms. Milikin in E207, or Ms. Philip in E106.


New: Digital Photography Club

Interested in taking great photographs?  Come join us in E104 (Mr. Gueltig's room) on Monday, September 10, for an interest meeting to meet others who enjoy taking pictures or want to learn how. We will go outside, explore the Deal campus and plan future outings to take shots throughout DC. A camera is required.


New: 2013 Spanish World Language Trip to Costa Rica!

This year during Spring Break our 8th grade Spanish students will be given the opportunity to travel with the school to Costa Rica. The trips purpose is twofold: we intend to increase our student's global awareness while providing them with an immersion setting in order to improve their language learning. Global awareness and second language acquisition are now more essential than ever for our children, and the best way to accomplish both is by traveling abroad. Experiencing new cultures not only opens students' eyes to the world, it also prepares them for the future.


The tour is operated by EF Educational Tours. You can learn more online and register for the tour by going to and entering the tour #1187262. There are a limited number of spots available and the tour is sure to fill up quickly, so please register or contact Ms. Henderson ([email protected]) if you are interested. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that we truly love being a part of!


New: Students of Chinese: Daily tutoring offered from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. in room N111 located in the Cottage. (*No tutoring is available on Wednesday mornings.)


New: Team Alexandria Bulletin

We are so excited to have met all of our students. We can already tell that we will be an incredible team this year!


Alexandrian Beams of Light:   

  • All textbooks need to be covered by Tuesday.
  • Any student who would like help with his/her homework or projects should come to Alexandria Library time in Ms. Diaz's room from 3:30-4:30 on Wednesdays. 
  • Also, do not forget that homework makeup time for Team Alexandria is in E207 every day. It is the student's responsibility to get a pass from the teacher so that the student can attend homework make-up time. If a student misses homework makeup time, then the student must serve Saturday detention.
  • Supplies for classes are required by Tuesday.

Aftercare at Deal: Early Stages

An active parent group has led the way in bringing aftercare to Deal for the current year. The program will be fee-based, will have an on-site manager, and will run from 3:30 until 6:00. Please check out this link for more information - Early Stages Aftercare at Deal MS 


Back-to-School Night

On September 11 at 6:30 pm Deal's back-to-school night will be held. This is a popular event, so come a bit early to find parking. You will have a chance to hear from Principal Albright, meet each of your child's teachers, and get a feel for the curriculum that your children will work on this year. 


PTA Dues Week

From September 10 -14, the Deal PTA will host the 2nd Annual Dues Week. This will include a pizza night at Pete's New Haven Style Apizza (Monday), PTA sign-up at Back-to-School Night (Tuesday), and a Deal Movie Night and Ice Cream Social on Friday evening. Check out for more information - and don't forget to join! 


8th Grade Art Students

All current 8th grade art students are required to purchase a $10 hardcover sketchbook through the art department. Cash or check written out to Alice Deal Middle School can be given to your child's art teacher. Payment is required prior to the mid-advisory.


6th Grade Art Students

All current 6th grade art students are required to purchase a minimum 40-page sketchbook for class by Tuesday, September 4th.  


Magazines! Magazines! Magazines!

The art department is in need of your leftover National Geographic, home & garden, travel and leisure magazines or other sources of imagery to supplement curriculum needs. Magazines can be dropped off in the Welcome Center labeled for the "Visual Arts Department."


Calling All Student Artists!

Are you creative? Do you want more art in your life? Join one of our amazing Visual Arts clubs: Painting for the Soul, Digital Media, Deal's Public Art Project. Speak with Mrs. Bustos or Ms. Leikin in room C224 for more information!


Student Council

Student Council would like to welcome all Deal students and staff, and give a special shout out to our incoming 6th graders. Homeroom teachers will be holding elections for student council representatives and we would love for you to participate. We look forward to a fun and productive school year. 


Music Department

We are extremely excited to kick off the new school year! As we begin, we would like to make you aware of Music Night, which is coming up on Tuesday, September, 11 at 6:00pm. There are very exciting performance opportunities for students this year in various instrumental and vocal ensembles. General music students are in for a fast-paced and challenging curriculum where they will learn to be better global citizens by developing musical skills.


This week at Deal...   


Tuesday: Fantasy Football Club

The Fantasy Football Club with Mr. Chang will have their first meeting. Students will form a league and draft teams on Tuesday at 3:30pm in C212. Spaces are limited. Be prepared!


Tuesday: Volleyball Tryouts

Volleyball tryouts will begin Tuesday, September 4th from 3:30-5:15 pm after school. Students must have a parent consent form in order to tryout. Parent consent forms are available online at under the tab

"Student Activities" - click on "Athletics" to download the parent consent form. Ms. Ortiz also has forms available in the girls' locker room.


Tuesday and Wednesday: 6th Grade Parent Workshops

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Deal will offer parent workshops for 6th grade parents. The schedule will be repeated each night, so no need to come to them both. Topics include the 6th grade reading & writing workshop, how to communicate with your team, special education at Deal, the Culture Plan, the IB Middle Years Program, and how grading works at the middle school. You won't want to miss this! 


Tuesday and Wednesday: Team Sparta Hosts Spartan Barracks

Calling all Spartans: Spartan Barracks, our team's weekly after school homework help and tutoring sessions, will begin this week. At least two team teachers will be available on both Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:30 - 4:30pm (meeting in the Spartan classrooms) to answer questions, provide assistance with homework and projects, help with organization, and supervise a quiet work/study area. Start your year off strong - plan to attend Barracks each week!  


Tuesday - Thursday: Football Practice

Football practice will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 3:30-5:45 pm.


Tuesday & Thursday: Cross-Country Meeting & Practice

Cross-country meeting on Tuesday at 3:15 pm. Practice will begin Thursday, September 6 at 3:30 - 5:00 pm. Parent consent forms are available online at under the tab "Student Activities" - click on "Athletics" to download the parent consent form.


Wednesday: Welcome Luncheon for New 7th and 8th Grade Students

On Wednesday, September 5th, our new 7th and 8th grade students to Deal are invited to have lunch with Principal Albright, Assistant Principal Rodberg, Assistant Principal Abrams, and their School Counseling Team - Ms. McFarland, Mr. Schlemmer, and Ms. White. We have over 50 new 7th and 8th graders and look forward to personally welcoming them to Deal as well as to provide them an opportunity to learn more about their school and to meet other students. Students will receive a personal invitation for this luncheon to be held in the Deal library with lunch provided.


Wednesday and Thursday: Cheerleading Tryouts

Cheerleading tryouts will be held on Wednesday and Thursday at 3:30 pm in the gym. Students must have a parent consent form in order to tryout. Parent consent forms are available online at under the tab "Student Activities" - click on "Athletics" to download the parent consent form. If you already attended tryouts over the summer, you do not need to attend unless you were contacted by Ms. Baxter to attend the second tryouts. The team list will be posted on Friday.


Thursday: Young Men & Women In Training (M.W.I.T) 

M.I.T. has opened its doors to young ladies. Thursday, we will have our first meeting in room E206 from 3:30 until 4:30 pm. All interested members should attend. MWIT is a club that works collaboratively with students to engage in an ongoing transition to young adulthood. The process focuses on social networking etiquette, academic skills, and personal development to create a foundation for persistence towards excellence. (Open to all 7th and 8th graders).



Attendance at Deal 

Students' ability to learn is enhanced by attending class regularly and on time. According to a study of attendance and its impact on academic performance, "Students should miss no more than 9 days of school each year to stay engaged, successful and on track to graduation."


Two years ago we implemented an attendance protocol that raised our overall attendance. Last year, our average daily attendance was over 95 percent. Our annual attendance goal for this school year is 97 percent. Our goal for on-time arrival to school is also 97 percent. We hope our attendance and tardy protocol will increase the amount of time students have with teachers to receive valuable instruction.


We believe that on-time arrival and regular attendance are critical to student success. Various incentives will be provided to students for improved or stellar attendance. Please reiterate our shared expectation with your child today! Let us strive to learn the "Viking Way": at school, on time, everyday! We will implement the attendance protocol for all students on Tuesday, September 4, 2012.


Daily Attendance Protocol

* Absences can ONLY be excused with a note from the parent which should be turned in to the Welcome Center the day your child returns.*


Days 1-3 of unexcused absence

Parent will be notified via phone call and a letter will be sent home on the 3rd day of unexcused absence

Day 5 of unexcused absences

Parent/guardian conference will be held

Student will be placed on an attendance contract for the remainder of the advisory

If the parent does not attend conference, a home visit will be conducted

Days 6 - 10 of unexcused absences

Parent/guardian will be notified via phone of each additional absence

Attendance contract will be revised 

Attendance Specialist for DC Public Schools will be contacted

Days 25 of unexcused absences

Parent/guardian will be notified via phone of each additional absence

Child and Family Services will be contacted

Suspected Educational Neglect will be filed with DC Superior Court























Tardy Protocol

* Medical appointments and illness are the only reasons for which late arrival will be excused.*

Days 1-3 of unexcused tardiness

Student loses recess privileges for each tardy for a total of three

Parent/guardian will be notified by student

Days 4-5 of unexcused tardiness

Parent/guardian will be contacted

Student will be placed on an attendance contract

Student will serve Saturday Detention 

Days 6-7 of unexcused tardiness

Parent/guardian conference will be held

Attendance contract will be revised 

Student will serve in-school suspension

Days 8 and more of unexcused tardiness

Students will serve out of school suspension, the number of days will be determined by administration


Staff information... 


New: DC One Card Picture Schedule

6th grade homeroom teachers will bring their students to the Gallery (or another announced location) for their DC One Card photos according to the following schedule. 


Clements - Tuesday 9/4 - 11:00am  

Zanelli - Wednesday 9/5 - 9:30am

Philip - Wednesday 9/5 - 11:00am 

Garza - Thursday 9/6 - 9:30am

Burnham - Thursday 9/6 - 11:0am 

Glick - Friday 9/7 - 9:30am

Gueltig - Friday 9/7 - 11:00am

Wisniewski - Monday 9/10 - 9:30am

Campozano - Monday 9/10 - 11:00am

Martini - Tuesday 9/11 - 9:30am

McDowell - Tuesday 9/11 - 11:00am

Quinn - Wednesday 9/12 - 9:30am

Pough - Wednesday 9/12 - 11:00am

Ruiz - Thursday 9/13 - 9:30am

Purcell - Thursday 9/13 - 11:00am

D. Jackson - Friday 9/14 - 11:00am

Make-up Day - Friday 9/14 - 9:30am 


New:  Student Council Elections in Homerooms

As you are aware, student council is an organization that has always been part of Deal. To keep this organization running we need your help! Homeroom teachers, we need your HR to elect 2 representatives. These students are responsible for coming to meetings to bring and take information to make the school a better place for themselves. They help in the planning of assemblies, parties, charity events and spirit
week (among other things). Please take the time during HR this week to hold these elections. A googledoc was sent our through the dealstaff email so you can enter your HR representatives. New staff - please ask a colleague for the link or contact Ms. Diaz. Coming soon - elections for the presidency!  


Hospitality Meet/Greet/Eat on Friday

The Deal Hospitality Committee will have coffee and donuts in the Faculty Lounge on Friday morning from 7:00-8:00 am. Join us -- and bring your checkbook if you haven't already joined. Dues are $35.00 annually to help provide celebration and support for our Deal family.


PD Friday: IMPACT Update and LIFT Introduction 

Get accurate information and get your questions answered about these important DCPS initiatives. Friday at 8:10am, W101. 


Friday: 6th Grade Team Meetings

6th grade teams will meet in the auditorium during homeroom on Fridays.


Sept. 7 - Team Sydney
Sept. 14 - Team Santiago
Sept. 21 - Team San Francisco
Sept. 28 - Team London

Homeroom teachers are asked to escort students to the auditorium by 9:35.  Students should bring their materials with them.

Clubs & Activities for 1st Semester
- Preliminary List

Here is an initial list of our planned clubs and activities for the 1st semester. This list will be included on the website once it is finalized. There are still a few clubs and activities to be added this week. Directly below this list is our weekly club/activity calendar. You will see that meetings that are noted in the sections above will be captured in that calendar. Additionally, the dates for the clubs are subject to change this week - we will note any such changes in the next bulletin. All activities run from 3:30 until 4:30 unless otherwise indicated.

Tennis Club

Monday - Location TBD


Music Workshop

Tuesday, Wednesday - Music Rm.

French Club

Monday - CG07

Parlons Franšais

Wednesday - Location TBD

Ultimate Frisbee 

Monday, Tuesday - C130 

Painting for the Soul

Wednesday - 7:45 am - C224

Scrabble Club

Monday - E100

Transitions - High School Edition

Wednesday - C117

Girl Up

Monday - E305

Recycling Club

Wednesday - C206

Outdoor Open Court Basketball Club

Monday - Outdoor Court

Chinese calligraphy

Wednesday - N111

Student Librarians and Literature-to-Film festival

Monday - Thursday - Library

The After School Sports Rap.

Wednesday - W104

Board Games

Monday - W106

Digital Media Studio

Thursday - C224

Swim Club

Monday - W200/ Wilson Pool

International Culture Club

Thursday - C310

Gay-Straight Alliance

Monday - W206


Thursday - E106

8th grade science tutoring

Monday - W301


Thursday, Friday - E301

C-Span Student Cam 2013

Monday - W304

Fall Theatre (in planning)


Digital Photography

Monday - E104

Spanish Book Club


African Drumming Club

Monday - Music Rm.



Garden Club

Monday - School Garden

Golf Club


Bocce Ball 

Tuesday - Front Lawn 

Girls on Track


Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation

Tuesday - C116

Socratic Club


Fantasy Football Club

Tuesday - C203

8th Grade Writing Workshop


Meditation Club

Tuesday - C213

Viking Quarterly (VQ)


Site-Specific Art Studio

Tuesday - C224

Fencing Club


Reader's Theater

Tuesday - E205

Girl Talk


Young Men & Women In Training

Tuesday - E206

Student Council

Date TBD - W205

Girls' Running Club

Tuesday - East Entrance

International Cooking Club

Date TBD - Staff lounge





Before and After School Activities

Monday AM


 No School 

Labor Day Holiday 








Monday Pm

Tuesday Am


Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30am - RM N111 








Tuesday Pm


Football practice to 5:45 pm 

Cross Country Meeting

Fantasy Football club - RM C212

Volleyball Tryouts
 to 5:15

Spartan Barracks to 4:30 pm 


Wednesday AM











Wednesday Pm


Football practice to 5:45 pm 

 Cheerleading tryouts to 5 pm 

Spartan Barracks to 4:30 pm 



Thursday AM


Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30 am - RM N111 








Thursday PM


Football practice to 5:45 pm 

Cross Country practice to 5 pm 

Cheerleading tryouts to 5pm

MWIT club to 4:30 pm - RM E206

Friday AM


Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30 am - RM N111


7th & 8th Grade Peer Mediators meeting at 8 am - RM C116 




Friday PM