Alice Deal Middle School

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

Two weeks ago I mused about what students might be telling their parents when they came home after the first week of school. On Friday evening, I watched The Diary of a Wimpy Kid with about 175 Deal students, parents, and alumni, resting on blankets in our cafeteria. The image that the movie presented about middle school and its occupants made me think back to my earlier message. At the end of the movie, I wanted to take the mic and clarify that Deal Middle School is nothing like the fictional school portrayed that evening. In retrospect, I think the laughter and general comfort level with the movie was a better indication that the Wimpy Kid is not one of ours. If the room had been dead quiet, it would have been a different story.
Party on the Plaza!

This is not to say that the various ills shown in the movie are not present in some form in every middle school. But writers go for the big laughs, the shocks. The incidents of bullying, of rampant misbehavior, of the absolutely invisible curriculum are going to be true for someone, sometime. But middle schools are just not like that anymore - at least not the many that I have seen. What was most obvious was the lack of adults in the school. There was the Principal, seen on TV; the caricature of a PE teacher shaming kids; and the disorganized and chaotic homeroom teacher, blithely letting students do whatever they wanted. This is a classic movie approach: the kids run the school, with hapless adults standing by as society's challenges are worked out by 13-year-olds. Like some of you, I can remember being bullied in middle school; like perhaps many of you, I can remember ineffectual teachers. I wonder how many of us are still affected by these incidents or individuals when we look at our children's school, how many of us wonder what it is really like?

This week, we have several events that are about perspective. Two of our 6th grade teams will be traveling to Hemlock Overlook to participate in our 6th grade team-building activity. The hope is that students will meet challenges that require collective thought to resolve, as well as individual strength to draw upon. One of the hardest things to do is to watch a group to ten students try to navigate a puzzle when you know the answer but can't share it with them.

In addition, leaders from our new Chinese sister school, Yu Cao, in Beijing are visiting Deal on Thursday. Through the diligent efforts of our Chinese teacher, Mr. Zhi, we have forged a relationship with this large middle school in China's capital city. Just as I am curious about their school (apparently significantly larger than Deal) I wonder what they will take away from our students and their teachers. I also wonder how much of what they think they know about American children will be turned on its head (or perhaps vaildated) by their visit. Should be interesting.

Principal's Coffee this Tuesday morning. I will be hosting the first of what I presume will be many Principal's Coffees this Tuesday morning at 9 am. There will be coffee and the principal. It will be a chance for parents to talk, ask questions and, I hope, hear a bit about Deal that you might not know. We haven't done this in my time at Deal, so I am not sure how many to expect. If you show up and there are too many people there, don't worry, I'll do it again soon.

Take care.

Principal Albright
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Bell Schedule

Monday - Bell I
Tuesday -Bell I
Wednesday - Bell I 
Thursday Bell  - Viking Time  
Friday - Bell I 

Upcoming Dates


September 18
SCAC - 7:30 am
Principal's Coffee - 9 am

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

September 20
Faculty Meeting 3:30
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
New to Deal Meeting
Parent- Teacher Conference letter distributed 
Custodian Appreciation Day

October 4
Picture Day
8th Grade Parent Extravaganza, 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 Day
(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
Library News

Library Media Center Hours   

 Before School 8 - 8:40 am

After School  3:30 - 4:30 pm

The library will be closed after school on Thursday, September 20th for the faculty meeting.


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). 
PTA Sponsors
The following are the Deal PTA 2012-2013 business sponsors.

The Broad Branch Market

Taylor Agostino Group

Radifera Design Group

W.C. & AN Miller Realtor

Pete's New Haven Style Apizza

Second Wind CrossFit

edCount, LLC

Community Information

  (Items in this section are not sponsored by Deal)  


Youth Fitness 


September 22, 8am - 1pm, Wilson Senior High School

Competitions:  Obstacle course Shuttle Run Push ups  Sit ups 400M run Hula Hoop  competition  


I wanted to invite you to participate in a one day fitness challenge.  We will have exciting activities and games for youth ages 8-13.  The YMCA will also be there to provide health and fitness activities for the youth.  There will be prizes donated to the schools/organizations and each participate will receive a jump rope, water bottle, participate in the filming of the fitness video and lots of prizes and giveaways.


To Sign Up contact:

Coach Downing


Danita Doleman


T 202.906.0532  

Wilson HS 1st Annual Benefit Golf 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. 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]  


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.



PTA's First Fundraiser 

International Night

October 11, 6-8:30


Mark your calendars for the PTA's first fundraiser of the year! Volunteer to bring a dish, help decorate, sell tickets, set up or clean up!  Plan on bringing the whole family to celebrate the diversity of our community.


Tickets at the door: $5/plate; $1/drink; $1/dessert.


Send questions and volunteer offers to [email protected].  Indicate how you want to help:

Bring a dish for one of the tables--African, Middle Eastern,

Caribbean/Latin American, American/Regional/Soul, European, Asian, Drinks, or Desserts (indicate from which region your dessert comes); or Help with Ticket Sales, Decorations/Set-up, or Clean-up. 

Student and parent information...   


New: Back-to-School Night success! 

Thanks to the over 450 parents who came to Deal's 2012 Back-to-School Night last Tuesday. It was wonderful to see so many families interested in what happens in their child's school - and in the hallways. Our teachers did a fabulous job presenting who they are and what they do. We hope that parents keep coming back to Deal throughout the year, either for curriculum nights, parent-teacher conferences, or just to help on a project. Thanks to all who helped set up Back-to-School Night - it made a difference. 


New: Chinese sister school leaders to visit on Thursday

Members of the Beijing Yu Cai school leadership team will be visiting Alice Deal on Thursday. They will meet with the Deal leadership team, sign agreements to define the sister school relationship, and observe classes. We welcome them to Washington DC!


New: DC Public Library City-wide Essay Winners 

We have great writers here at Alice Deal! Four Vikings were winners in the DC Public Library's city-wide essay contest associated with the Summer Reading program. This year, DC Public Library partnered with The Library of Congress to sponsor an essay contest for students entering 5th and 6th grade. The theme of the contest was "A Book That Shaped Me." All of the winners will be recognized at a ceremony at the National Book Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, September 23 at 1 pm. 


The winners from Deal are:

  • Mia Gualtieri
  • Elsa Pirozzi
  • William Wright
  • Amber Carpenter

Late-breaking news: The Library of Congress just announced the Grand Prize Winner is Elsa Pirrozzi. Elsa wins a $250 gift certificate and will be featured on the DC Public Library's website. Congratulations to all four of our winners!  


New: Peer Mediation at Deal 

Peer Mediation is a process of conflict resolution in which trained student (or adult) mediators assist disputants to discuss and resolve their conflict. Mediation is available at Deal for student (and adult) disputes on a referral basis. If teachers or students are having a conflict or want to let someone know about a potential conflict situation, they can refer the situation to Ms. McFarland, the Peer Mediation coordinator. Mediation referral forms can be picked up in the counseling suite and can be left with a counselor or in Ms. McFarland's mail box in in the Welcome Center.


New: 8th Grade Extravaganza!

It's never too early to plan for the future. Eighth grade students and parents are invited to Deal on Thursday, October 4, for a special evening which will host three popular events: The 8th Grade Writing  Workshop, High School Night, and National History Day Information Night. Each event will provide the information your students need to be better writers, to vet high school choices, and to create solid NHD projects. Please look out for additional announcements about this event.  


Thanks: 8th Grade Mock Trial

The 8th grade Humanities team would like to thank the administration, staff, and students for their participation in a successful mock trial, involving Christopher Columbus, Columbus' crew, the system of the empire, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand and the Taino. In groups, students worked to defend their assigned party and to answer the question, "Who do you believe is most guilty for the genocide of the Taino?" Our volunteer judges listened to the evidence provided, asked the defense questions, and ultimately gave their verdicts.  Thank you to all for a successful learning experience!


New: Patriot's Pen Essay Contest

The Veterans of Foreign Wars & Ladies Auxiliary are offering a $5,000 scholarship to the winner of the Patriot's Pen Essay Contest. This contest is open to all students in grades 6, 7, and 8. This year's theme is "What I Would Tell America's Founding Fathers". Interested students should see Ms. White to pick up the contest pamphlet.


New: The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards

Volunteering in the community is a demonstration of good citizenship and can earn you $1,000 from Prudential. To apply for this award simply go online to or If you need a paper application you may call (877) 525-8491.


New: Updated Deal Football Schedule - All games at 6:30pm 

9/20 vs.  Jefferson @ Coolidge H.S.

9/27 vs.  Maya Angelou @ Coolidge H.S.

10/4 vs.  Stuart Hobson @ Wilson H.S.

10/10 vs. Shaw @ Anacostia H.S.

10/18 vs. Langley @ Roosevelt H.S.

10/25 vs. Hardy @ Wilson H.S.

10/31, 11/7 - Playoffs; 11/15 - Championship!


New: Cross Country

All cross-country paperwork is due by September 20th.


New: Fall Lacrosse

Sign up for Fall Lacrosse clinics now. Please reserve your spot at Please contact [email protected] with any questions.


New:  DC Scores Developmental Soccer (Co-ed)

This is a new program for us at Deal this year. It includes two days of soccer practice and one day of soccer competition against other DC Scores teams. There is an educational component with the program. Please have your son or daughter sign up for DC Scores developmental soccer with Mr. Buda any day after school.


Updated Information for 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 trip's 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 #1187626. 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!


2013 World Language Trip to France!

This year during Spring Break our 8th grade French students will be given the opportunity to go on a "French promenade" through France. This trip extends the immersion style teaching in French language classes and provides an opportunity for our learners to hone their linguistic proficiency and cultural competence.


The trip cost covers round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, all ground transportation, breakfast and dinner daily, a full-time local Tour Director, guided sightseeing tours of all the major sites, the chance to earn high school, and much more. The only things that are not included are lunches and beverages, tips for the guides, and spending money for free time activities and souvenirs.


Our itinerary, price, & enrollment page:


If you enroll with the $95 you lock in the lowest program and monthly payment. If you have any other questions, please let Mr. Mbayu know ([email protected]) or reach out to EF customer service at 1-800-665-5364 and reference tour # 1187927.

This week at Deal...   


Monday: International Cooking Club  - Group B 

The International Cooking Club Group B will meet today at 3:30 in Room C216 (Teacher's Lounge). Parents: students should be picked up at 5 pm so there is enough time to prepare and cook food. The following students are in Group B.


Alexandra Tomkin

Sydney Forman

Ariana Wehoz

King Cambell

Avi Faber

Leo Saunders

Ellika Edelman

Isabella Rhein

John Pollack

Olivia Howard

Kendra Brown

Emilia Menjersik

Leah Pearcy

Cyrus McDowell

Madeliene Yando

Vanessa Castillo

Zach Crouch

Caleb Bush

Zenon Melynk

Sarah Desta

Zigmund Annaville

Myles Duncan

Monday: Girls on Track

Practice begins this Monday. We will meet from 3:30 to 4:30 starting in Ms. Wisniewski's room E103 and then moving outside to run. Bring clothes and shoes that you can run in and get excited for a fantastic season!


Monday: Afterschool Outdoor Hoop Club

The Afterschool Outdoor Hoop Club will meet on Monday afternoon from 3:30 - 4:30 pm with Mr. Namian on the basketball court behind the school next to the "Cottage." Dress appropriately. In the event of inclement weather, the Club will meet in Room W205 on Monday from 3:30 - 4:30 pm.


Monday: Garden Club

Join the Garden Club this Monday! This week we will be picking the basil leaves from the garden and making pesto. We will first meet at the garden in the back of the school and then move to W201 to make the pesto. Hope to see you there!


Monday: There is Nothing Boring about Board Games. :)

Monopoly, Yahtzee, Trouble, Scrabble, Cranium, Hit or Miss, Connect Four, Scattergories, Othello, Checkers, Uno, Taboo, Chess, Twister and more!  If you would like to spend an afternoon enjoying a game that you've played a thousand times or challenging yourself to learn a new one, please come to W106 (Ms. D. Jackson's classroom) from 3:30 - 4:30 pm on Mondays.


Monday: Girl Up Welcomes Guests Today

The Deal Girl Up Club invites you to come join us this afternoon for a discussion about the plight of girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Two speakers from the Service Employees International Union will share research and outreach in their efforts to support girls in this Central African nation. The meeting starts at 3:30 in E305. All members of the Deal family are welcome. Refreshments will be offered.


Monday: Student Council

Student Council is gearing up!  Homerooms have elected their representatives, and our first full student council meeting will be Monday at 3:30 pm. We're looking forward to an exciting year of activities to make the school the best it can be for all students!


Monday and Tuesday: From the Deal Music Department

We are excited for the start of the 2012-2013 music program! 


The week starts off with the Young Men's Choir on Monday morning at 7:45 am in CG04. 6th grade Concert Band, 7th/8th grade Symphonic Band and Jazz Band (current and potential members) will also have an important first meeting in the auditorium at 3:30 pm on Monday. On Tuesday, September 18th String Ensemble will meet at 7:45 am in the auditorium, Jazz Band in CG20 and Concert Choir in CG04. Tuesday afternoon will also be the first meeting the Music Workshop club at 3:30 pm.


Please register for any band or choir ensemble at OR see Mr. Lewis, Mr. Pavy or Mr. Washington after school Monday through Friday. Check out the calendar for days and meeting times for each ensemble and music club.











Young Men's Choir

String Chamber Ensemble


Jazz Band


Concert Choir

6th Grade Concert Band


Advanced Concert Band


Young Men's Choir

String Chamber Ensemble


Jazz Band


Concert Choir

6th Grade Concert Band


Advanced Concert Band


6th Grade Concert Band


Advanced Concert Band


Music Workshop






Monday and Tuesday: Ultimate Frisbee

Be sure to turn in your forms in Mr. Martini's room (C130) prior to practice. We will meet in his room both Mondays and Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30. Be sure to bring water and cleats if you have them. Go Narwhals!


Monday and Wednesday: Volleyball

Volleyball practice from 3:30 - 5:15 on Monday and Wednesday of this week. NO practice Thursday because of a faculty meeting. Please continue to bring in report cards and current physicals.


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: Football

There will be practice on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Our first game will be held on Thursday at 6:30 pm vs. Jefferson @ Coolidge HS.


Tuesday: Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation

On Tuesdays after school, Ms. McFarland will be available to talk with students who have been referred to mediation or are having conflicts in school or out of school. Parents can refer a conflict by calling Ms. McFarland directly at 202 939 2014.


Tuesday:  Intramural Soccer Starts on Tuesday!

The brackets and schedule will be posted on the soccer board outside the cafeteria. This is a fun, school-wide tournament which leads over the next month to the crowning of the Deal intramural soccer champion!  


Tuesday: Bocce Ball Club

Have you ever wanted to play a game played during the time of the Roman Empire? Join Ms. Zannelli and Ms. Law this Tuesday in front of the school from 3:30 to 4:30. Wear comfortable shoes and a smile. The game is easy to learn, but hard to master. 


Wednesday: Tennis Anyone?

Want to channel your inner Rodger or your inner Serena?  Then this is the club for you!  The club welcomes all ability levels. So whether you have been swinging a racquet since you were two, or if you never held a tennis racquet but want to learn this amazing sport, please join us.


On club days we will meet at Deal and walk together to the tennis courts at Fort Reno Park. During inclement weather, we will meet to discuss strategy and watch old tennis matches for fun and study. We normally will meet on Mondays; this week our first meeting will take place on Wednesday. This is just an organizational and information meeting, so no need to bring your racquets.


Please come to room E300 by 3:30 on Wednesday to learn more.


Wednesday: Typing Club

Starting this Wednesday at 3:30 pm Mr. Helsabeck will be hosting TFN (Type Faster Now!) - a once-a-week opportunity for students to practice their typing skills so that they can churn out papers at 90 words a minute. The club will be held every Wednesday during the first advisory in room W204. 


Wednesday: New Student Transitions Workshop - Grade 7 & 8

In an effort to support our new 7th and 8th grade students with the transition to Deal Middle School, we are pleased to offer an after school group during the 1st advisory. This group is specifically designed to give students the extra support and knowledge in order to build their confidence navigating this new environment. Some topics covered will be organization/planning, effective communication and academic/personal goal setting. All new 7th and 8th grade students are invited to attend. We will meet on Wednesdays, beginning September 19 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students may pick up a permission slip from Ms. McFarland or Ms. White to attend.


Wednesday: Roman Holiday

Team Rome teachers will be hosting Roman Holiday, our team study hall, every Wednesday after school in Room E204. Team Rome teachers will be available to help with homework, review class work, or help study for tests. Come set yourself up for success!


Wednesday: Attention Deal Scientists

Do you like figuring out how things work? Would you like to do experiments with your friends after school? Would you like to be part of pilot group to work closely with the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History? There are lots of exciting things to discover. Join Ms. Purcell and Ms. Law this Wednesday in E101. All grade levels welcome! 3:30 - 4:30 pm.


Wednesday: Painting for the Soul

We will be meeting on Wednesday at 7:45 am in room C224. Mrs. Bustos' will pick up students from the front of the school at 7:45. Please bring your signed permission slip and sketch of your first painting idea.


Wednesday: Team Mecca to Air and Space Museum

Team Mecca will be taking an exciting interdisciplinary trip to the Air and Space Museum on Wednesday. Students should arrive at school by 8:30 and will return to school in time for lunch. No money is needed for the trip.


Wednesday: Team Sydney to Hemlock

Thursday: Team Santiago to Hemlock

Students should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that they won't mind getting dirty and sneakers or footwear that is appropriate for a day in the woods. Students are also encouraged to bring a poncho or raincoat in case of rain. Flip flops, sandals, large earrings, long necklaces, and accessories will not be allowed. Students should pack a lunch with a couple of bottles of water. Students should arrive to school by 8 am so that our buses can leave on time. Students will return to Deal between 6:30 and 7 pm.


Thursday: Viking Time Choices

On Thursday during the afternoon activity time, students will list their top choices for Viking Time for the year. Students will return to their homerooms after 7th period. Viking Time will start in October, and students will remain in the same Viking Time throughout the year. Get ready for a fun and interesting time with new friends and, possibly, a new teacher!  


Thursday: Deal/Stoddert Soccer Team

Tryouts will be Thursday at 3:30pm. Please meet in the courtyard to check-in before going on the field. Contact [email protected] for more information.


Friday:  International Peace Day - September 21, 2012

The Deal Peer Mediators will make an announcement about International Peace Day (IPD) on Friday, September 21, 2012. IPD is a day designated by the United Nations as a day to stop any hostile actions toward others and to devote part of the day to educating on issues related to peace.  



Staff information... 


Thursday: Faculty Meeting
Reminder that this Thursday will be our monthly faculty meeting. All ET-15s (teachers, mental health staff, librarians, etc.) are expected to attend.


Friday PD: Difficult Conversations

Open, honest communication with other adults is crucial and challenging in any workplace - especially schools. How do you negotiate a concern around collaboration, culture plan implementation, or any other issue that arises? How do you help colleagues focus on what's best for students? Mr. White will lead a workshop in room N112 (Mrs. Brown) at 8:10am.


Friday: 6th Grade Team Meetings

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


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.



We are using a new system for deficiencies this year. Deficiencies help notify parents, midway through the advisory, if their child is in danger of failing a class for the advisory. Stay tuned for more information. 


Attendance at Deal 

 As the school year progresses, it is important that children receive all of the instruction provided by their teachers to ensure academic success. On-time arrival and regular attendance are critical to student success. Please reiterate our shared expectation with your child today! Let us strive to learn the "Viking Way": at school, on time, everyday!


Congratulations to the following homerooms for on-time arrival of 95% or above! Keep up the great work!


6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

















Before and After School Activities

Monday AM


Young Men's Choir 7:45 am - Rm CG04 









Monday PM  


Girl Up to 4:30 pm - Rm E305

Newspaper club to 4:30 pm - Rm N116

Deal Garden club to 4:30 pm - Garden 

Student Council meeting Rm E205

Viking Quarterly to 4:30 pm Rm - W103

African Drumming club to 4:30 pm 

Girls on Track - Rm E103

Afterschool Outdoor Hoop club to 4:30 pm - Rm W205

Ultimate Frisbee club - Rm C130

Volleyball practice to 5:00 pm  

Cross Country practice to 5 pm  

Football practice to 5:45 pm  

International Cooking club Group B - Rm C216 

6th grade Concert Band, 7th & 8th Symphonic Band and Jazz band meeting - Auditorium




Tuesday Am


Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30am - Rm N111 

8th String Ensemble - Auditorium 

Jazz Band 7:45 am - Rm CG20

Concert Choir 7:45 am - Rm CG04


Tuesday PM


Football practice to 5:45 pm 

Cross Country practice to 5 pm  

Fantasy Football club - Rm C212

Reader's Theater - Rm E205

Cheerleading practice to 5 pm 

Ultimate Frisbee club - Rm C130 

Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation - Ms. McFarland office

Bocce club to 4:30 pm - Front of the School

Music workshop at 3:30 pm 




Wednesday AM


Painting for Your Soul club 7:45 am - C224








Wednesday PM


Football practice to 5:45 pm 

Spartan Barracks to 4:30 pm 

Deal Student Librarian
-  Library 
Team Mumbai tutoring to 4:30 pm - Rm N113
club to 5:00 pm - Rm W207

 Alexandria Library to 4:30 pm - Rm E200

Roman Holiday - Rm E204

After School Sports Rap - Rm W104

Team Santiago study hall to 4:40 pm Rm C130

Debate Team to 4:30 pm - Rm W100

Volleyball practice to 5:00 pm   

Tennis club - Rm E300

Typing club - Rm computer lab 

New Student Transitions workshop 7th & 8th to 4:30 pm 

Ms. White's Office

Roman Holiday - E204

Deal Scientists club to 4:30 pm - E101




Thursday AM


Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30 am - Rm N111 

Spanish tutoring 8:10 am - RM C314







Thursday PM


Cheerleading practice to 5 pm 


MWIT club to 4:30 pm - RM E206

Team London study hall to 4:30 pm Rm E104

Mathletes to 4:30 pm - Rm E106  

Cross Country practice to 5 pm  


Friday AM


Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30 am - Rm N111


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




Friday PM 


Cross Country practice to 5 pm