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...

We don't need the weather or the expensively priced turkeys to let us know that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. A glance through the bulletin shows that canned food drives and fund-raising are upon us - and these are synonymous with the season we are entering - a season of gratitude. A day out of school for Veteran's Day gives us the chance to reflect on those who serve now or in the past. Whether you are being recognized today for service in defense of the country, or whether you serve the country in other, important ways, you give of yourself to others.

It is worth taking a couple of minutes to think about "giving" in the context of the school experience. The IB stresses "action" in the lives of students in school, that action towards addressing needs is one positive outcome of student engagement. For example, in one of last year's Spanish classes, students learned about child workers in Bolivia and, outraged, acted in several ways to help the children: through awareness, fund-raising, and spreading the word. The goal of curriculum units focused on the Community and Service area of interaction is to have students move towards action.

At Deal, there are other ways in which students serve and give. School-wide activities, such as last year's Sandwich Marathon and Deal Gives Back, affect all who participate and, one hopes, a broader community with needs. As an IB school, we look for these larger activities. One of the attractions of these big activities is that they require all students to get engaged - avoiding the give and the give-nots distinction so common in schools. We believe that people need to learn to give, to share, and to be open-minded towards the needs of others - and middle school is a great place for this to start or continue. Another example of this is the annual Homeless Walkathon (or Danceathon this year) - all are involved to some extent. This week we are also starting our Thanksgiving Canned Food drive as well, more successful each year than the last.

Matching the curriculum and whole-school approaches to service is the individual effort. Whether arising from a motivated teacher or an inspired student, these service efforts deserve special attention. A new activity, mentioned below, is the Deal Relief Council. I think this is a particularly apt entity for a school such as Deal. We know that our world casts catastrophes on the lives and property of its inhabitants; each time we gear up to figure out anew how to help. These efforts are important and meaningful, but in isolation they are less effective than they could be. The idea of a Relief Council that maintains a level of attention to need on a regular basis speaks to the need to be ever-ready. For students, this is a great lesson to learn. We know we are going to be called upon to help; let's be ready.

GirlUp! also deserves special mention. Started last year, the young ladies of GirlUp! have worked to raise attention on the lack of educational opportunities for girls around the world. Last year, their work at fundraising turned into a moral lesson for our students - this wasn't just a feel-good activity, it was about changing people's lives. This year, the group set an ambitious goal of gathering pennies and dollars class by class to ensure that young ladies in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were able to enroll in school. Here, many of us take middle school education for granted; in many parts of the world, it doesn't come free. GirlUp! raised sufficient money to take care of 11 girls in DRC. But their tireless work at awareness here at Deal has been about educating us, with public messages and hard work laying the groundwork.

To both the teachers and the students involved in these important efforts, I offer many thanks in the spirit of the season.

 

Principal Albright

   

Deal's 1st Open House of the Season
This Tuesday, November 13, from 9am - 12pm.
Interested in finding out more about Deal? Visit us during this week's open house, and enjoy tours provided by Deal students, have the chance to meet current Deal parents, and have school questions answered by staff members.
 
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Bell Schedule

Monday - No School
(Veterans' Day) 
Tuesday -Bell I  
Wednesday - Bell I
Thursday Bell -  Grade-Level Activities 
Friday - Bell I
Find out about Deal with...

Deal Tours

Please join us for a tour. All tours start at 9:30 and meet outside the Welcome Center.


November 30
December 11 

Upcoming Dates 


November 12
Veterans' Day
(no school for students or staff)

November 13
Open House 9 - 12
Team Leaders
 Thanksgiving Food Drive Beginning

November 14
Buddy Day - Eaton ES
7th graders to "Bully" movie

November 15
Picture Day Make Up
Faculty Meeting

November 16
School Dance
La Paz to National Portrait Gallery
Report Cards Issued
8th Grade Common Application Process Begins
6th graders to "Bully" movie

November 17
Saturday Detention 9 - 12

November 19
Mecca - Newseum Field Trip

November 21
Thanksgiving Assembly

November 22 - 23
Thanksgiving Break

November 27
Team Leaders
DC Trolley Tour 8th Grade
Buddy Day - Lafayette ES

November 28
DC Trolley Tour 8th Grade
Literature to Film Festival 

November 29
DC Trolley Tour 8th Grade

November 30
Deficiency to HR Teachers
Deal Tour, 9:30 am   

December 1
Saturday Detention
9 am - 12 noon

December 4
Team Leaders
Attendance Committee Mtg
PIA 2 

December 5
Math Dept. Meeting
PIA 2

December 6
New to Deal, 3:30 pm
Deficiencies to Admin
Mid Summer Night's Dream Play

December 7
LSAT, 7:30 am
Deal Geographic Bee
Second Advisory Midpoint
Mid Summer Night's Dream Play

December 8
PTA Holiday Green Sale
Mid Summer Night's Dream Play 

December 9
PTA Holiday Green Sale 

December 11
Deal Tour, 9:30 am
Shepherd Buddy Day 

December 12 
Open House 9 - 12 am  

December 13
Department Chairs, 3:30 pm

December 14
PD for Teachers and Staff
(No School for Students)
Detention 9 am - 12 noon

December 15
PTA Holiday Green Sale 

December 16
PTA Holiday Green Sale 

December 20
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm
Winter Concert, 6:30 pm

December 21
Spanish Field Trip to Guapos

December 24 - January 4
Winter Break

January 7
School Resumes 
  
Library News
 
 

Library Media Center Hours   

 

 Before School 8 - 8:40 am

 After School  3:30 - 4:30 pm

 
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). 

 

A Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal Schedule (3:30-5:00 Auditorium)

Tuesday - Shakespeare Company Workshop - Full Cast

Wednesday - Act II, Scene 1 - Puck, Fairy (E. Cain), Oberon, Titania, Demetrius, Helena

Thursday - Act II, Scene 1 & Act III, Scene 1 - Puck, Fairy (E. Cain), Oberon, Titania, Demetrius, Helena, Starveling, Bottom, Quince, Snout, Starveling, Flute, Fairies

Friday - Act III, Scene 1 & Act IV, Scene 1- Puck, Fairy (E. Cain), Oberon, Titania, Demetrius, Helena, Starveling, Bottom, Quince, Snout, Starveling, Flute, Fairies, Lysander, Demetrius, Helena, Hermia, Theseus, Egeus, Attendants

Please have your lines memorized for these rehearsals.

 

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

The Broad Branch Market

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Taylor Agostino Group

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Radifera Design Group

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W.C. & A.N. Miller Realtor

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Pete's New Haven Style Apizza

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Second Wind CrossFit

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edCount, LLC

 Math Medics

(More information at AliceDeal.org) 

Community Information

  (Items in this section are not sponsored by Deal)  

   

 

I Trained U Basketball Clinics

 

Basetball Clinics will be held in November and December on

Saturdays and Sundays from 12:30 pm-1:30 pm

Sundays from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm 

Bethesda Sports and Health Club

4400 Montgomery Avenue

Bethesda, MD 20814

 

Kids will learn from guaranteed improvement in the Roots of basketball - ball handling, shooting and passing, and defense. Learn from former college and professional basketball players.

1 session is $35. Four sessions is $100. For girls and boys ages 8-15 years.

Register today at www.itrainedu.com or call 202-497-9574 or you can email [email protected]

 

Wilson High School Performs Guys and Dolls 

 

Tickets for Wilson High School's performance of the Tony Award winning "Guys and Dolls" are now on sale! Featuring a well known score with songs such the rollicking "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" and show stopper, "Luck be a Lady," this musical is sure to delight all ages. Because the Wilson fall musicals have become a school and community favorite, we encourage you to reserve early. Performance dates and times are: Friday, November 9 and 10 at 7:30; Special Matinee Performance Saturday, November 17 at 2:00; and Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m. Ticket prices are: Adults $15, Students/Children $5. Use email address

[email protected]

and be sure to specify the performance date, type and number of tickets you are ordering. Remember, Wilson's musicals are extremely popular so please reserve your tickets early!

 

 

Wilson Crew Holiday Wreath Sale 

Support Wilson Crew and get ready for the holidays buy purchasing wreaths.  Wilson Crew is selling fresh, fragrant 24-inch Frazier fir wreaths decorated with red velvet bows hand-tied in the USA.  You can purchase wreaths for $25 each from your favorite rower or by logging on to www.wilsoncrew.org.  Be sure to enter the name of your favorite rower when you purchase online so that he or she gets credit for the sale. Wreaths will be delivered the first week in December.  Wilson Crew is the only rowing program in DCPS and is open to all DCPS high school students and relies on the generosity of supporters like you to keep this sport alive for public school students in our city.  Pull for Wilson Crew!

 

 

Community Service Opportunity at Janney Elementary

 

Janney Elementary School is looking for 7th and 8th grade students who would be interested in partnering with Janney students as academic buddies, helping with basic math and English language skills as part of a supervised after school activity. This would require a regular commitment between 3:30-4:30 one or two days a week and would count towards community service hours. We are looking for students who are reliable and conscientious, enjoy working with younger kids and who love learning. If you are interested please contact Pippa Trench at [email protected].  202-724-8950.

 

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

 

 
Lunch Application

Complete Lunch Form online at

 Mealsapp.dcps.dc.gov   

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

 

Buddy Days at Deal are coming!

 

Every year the Alice Deal 6th grade students and teachers host a day for each of our feeder school 5th grade students and their teachers to visit for part of our school day. This is our chance to proudly present our school to future middle school students. We want to make every effort to have our visiting Buddies have a super positive experience.

 

The following schools are scheduled to visit from 8:50 to noon:

 

Eaton

Wednesday, November 14

Lafayette

Tuesday, November 27

Shepherd

Tuesday, December 11

 

Non-feeder school students and their families should feel free to attend one of the upcoming Deal Tours or visit the school at any time. 


Student and parent information...   

 

New: Update on "Bully"  field trips this week 

Each of the grades has a separate field trip to see this movie. The 8th grade trip was set for last Friday but was cancelled by the theater at the last moment; we are awaiting a new date for the 8th grade trip. 7th graders are going this Wednesday, and 6th graders are going this Friday. Because each grade has a different lunch schedule, we have different activities planned for each.  

 

6th grade: 6th grade permission slips for the Bully movie are due on Tuesday, November 13. On Thursday, 6th graders will participate in pre-viewing activities during the activity period..  On Friday, 6th graders will go to 1st and 2nd periods.  All 6th graders will go to lunch at the beginning of third period and return to homeroom at 11:10 am in order to begin boarding the buses at 11:15.  Students who are not going to the movie will participate in anti-bullying/teasing activities during 4th,5th,  and 6th periods.  All 6th graders will attend their normal 7th period class.  6th graders will participate in post-viewing activities on Monday, November 19 from 9:30 until 9:50.  

 

7th grade: On Wednesday, November  all 7th graders will participate in bullying awareness activities during 1st period. 2nd period will be a regular class. 7th graders going to the "Bully" movie will leave at the beginning of 3rd period and return to eat lunch during 6th period. For students not going to the movie: Team teachers will lead activities, supported by elective teachers not going to the movie, during 3rd period. During 5th and 6th periods, these students will watch a different movie in the auditorium. All 7th grades will attend their normal 7th period class.

 

New:  Deal Relief Council

The Deal Relief Council would like to begin our response for helping Hurricane Sandy victims in New York City.  We have identified a school, Coney Island Prep, whose students lost nearly everything.   

Some needs have been identified and we want to collect items through homerooms beginning Tuesday, November 13 as follows:

 

* English homerooms: books that middle schoolers would like to read for classroom libraries

* Math homerooms: notebook paper, graph paper, pencils

* Humanities homerooms: binders, backpacks, notebooks

* Science homerooms: board games or activities for students 

 

We understand that at this time of year, people are asked to give often.  Please give what you can by Tuesday, November 20!

 

New:  Library Thanks You for Your Support 

Many thanks to the PTA for organizing the Politics & Prose Book Fair, and the families who bought books for the Deal Library! Thanks to your generosity, there are 65 new books (worth nearly $1,000) available for students to read.  

 

New:  Girl Up Fundraising Campaign a Huge Success: Thank You!

 Deal's Girl Up Club is dedicated to raising awareness of and support for the unique challenges faced by girls in developing countries around the globe.  Our club is one of several similar organizations operating under the umbrella of the United Nations.  Our goal is to educate ourselves about girls' lives in other places, and then to find ways to help improve their circumstances and thus their futures.  We read books, we watch informational DVD's and we raise money. Thanks to the generous support of the Deal community, we raised  $2000, enough to sponsor a year of schooling  (including books, uniforms, school supplies and tuition) for 11 girls in East Congo.  Projects like this reflect our MYP school's mission to think globally.  Thank you!

 

Our next project is to review the book "Queen of Water" and begin watching "Half the Sky", the documentary based on the book of the same title by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.  New members are always invited to join us on Monday afternoons from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in E305. Please come.

 

New:  French Club

French Club with M. Ngwa and Mme. Brown meets on Monday from 3:30-4:30 pm in CG07.

 

New:  Fall Production Assistance

Parents/Guardians interested in helping out with the Fall Production of A Midsummer Night's Dream please email Mr. Kirschenbaum at [email protected]  We are looking for help with set building, costume design, and general production assistance.  Please indicate in your email if you have a preference for where you can provide support.

 

New:  Int'l Cooking Club

All students from Groups B and C who are attending the Whole Foods Field Trip on Monday, November 26 need to return their forms to Ms. Kinzer this week.

 

 

This Week at Deal...   

 

Special Events: Food Drive and Fall Fest

Student Council is doing their annual Thanksgiving Food Drive! The last day for bringing non-perishable items to your homerooms is November 21. Remember that the homeroom that donates the most items wins a cupcake party!

 

Fall Fest is this Friday, and tickets will be on sale this week during lunch! Awesome activities! New DJ! Lots of food! Fun-filled movie! 

 

Tuesday: Girls Basketball tryouts - last round!

The final girls basketball tryouts (for girls that made it to the final round) will be Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 in the gym. 

 

Tuesday: Indoor Track

Indoor track season is just around the corner. If you are interested in joining the Indoor Track team, there will be a meeting after school in the gymnasium on Tuesday, November 13. The meeting will last from 3:30-3:45 pm. Please be prepared to stay for the entire meeting.

 

Wednesday: 7th Graders to Bully movie 

On Wednesday, all 7th graders will participate in bullying awareness activities during 1st period. 2nd period will be a regular class. 7th graders going to the "Bully" movie will leave at the beginning of 3rd period and return to eat lunch during 6th period. For students not going to the movie: Team teachers will lead activities, supported by elective teachers not going to the movie, during 3rd period. During 5th and 6th periods, these students will watch a different movie in the auditorium. All 7th grades will attend their normal 7th period class.

 

Wednesday:  Cross-Country

The championship Cross-Country team pizza party will be held after school on Wednesday, November 14. Don't forget to turn in your track uniforms.

 

Wednesday:  Stage Crew

If you are interested in Stage Crew & Set Design for the Fall Play, please come to a meeting on Wednesday after school in the Auditorium from 3:30-4:00 pm.

  

Thursday:  Tutoring for Mr. Ngwa's Class

For M. Ngwa's classes, there is French tutoring at 8:10 am on Thursday in CG07.

 

Thursday: "Bully" Activities

During the Thursday activity period, all students will participate in anti-bullying activities in their homerooms.

 

Friday:  Team La Paz Tours the National Portrait Gallery on Friday

This year's Humanities 8 teams are working with the Smithsonian American Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art to better understand American History.  Our project with the Portrait Gallery reflects that important question of American identity. 

 

On Friday, Team La Paz will depart Deal at 9:00 am to study Native American portraiture.  Upon return, students from La Paz will take what they have learned and teach it to their peers on Teams Firenza and Mecca. Students on those teams will investigate evidence of Native American culture in DC and produce projects using that evidence. 

 

We anticipate returning to Deal in time for 7th period. A list of participating students was forwarded to all staff members through school email. 

 

8th grade news and announcements 

Tips for Requesting Recommendations

1. Who to ask?- Start by thinking of which teachers can attest to your strengths and positive attributes. Some schools require specific subject teachers to write the recommendation so be aware of this before you ask.
2. Prepare- Gather the recommendation forms and fill out all pertinent information. Prepare an addressed and stamped envelope for each school which you are requesting a recommendation for. All recommendations will be placed in the mail by the individual teacher or by your counselor.
3. Ask- Take the recommendation form with the envelope to the person who you need the request from. Ask the person if they would be willing to write your recommendation. Tell them when it needs to be completed and mailed in. Ms. White has recommendation request slips available to help with this process.
4. Grow- Use the experience of asking for a letter of recommendation to help you grow your communication skills which will come in handy when advocating for yourself in high school.

Specialized High School Open House Updates

Columbia Heights EC- December 5
Duke Ellington School of the Arts- December 4 @ 3pm
Phelps ACE - November 16, December 21, January 18, and February 22
School Without Walls- November 14 @ 6 pm and November 15 @ 10 am
DCPS High School Fair is scheduled for Saturday, November 17, 2012 at Eastern Senior High School from 11 am until 3 pm.

Additional High School information may also be obtained through the DCPS website under the tab "Plan for College and Careers"


High School Common Application 

The Common Application for specialized DCPS High Schools becomes accessible on Friday, November 16. Parents, please make sure that all of your contact information is correct in STARS so that the pre-loaded information on the application will be accurate. If you have changed addresses, phone numbers or email addresses please provide Ms. Baxter with updated information as soon as possible. For all students who are in need of assistance in working on the application, Ms. White will be available in the Media Center Computer Lab on the following dates after school from 3:30-4:30 p.m.- November 19, 20, 26 27, 28.

 

 
 
Planning for Your Future: Individual Graduation Portfolio (IGP)

 

The IGP provides students with a road map to the future and a record of the past. Staying on course empowers students to reach the destination-graduation- with all the courses, skills, and experiences needed to make informed decisions about education and career. Grade level milestones and guideways lead students through the program. Learning opportunities available through the IGP include Career/College Major Exploration, High School Course Planning, Goal Setting/Journaling, Interest/Skill Inventories.

 

Please encourage your student to explore options for their future at home using the following steps:

1.      Go to www.dcps.bridges.com

2.      Login  with DCPS+studentID and the password the student has created (If it's the students first time logging in, the password is simply DCPS)

3.      Click on Choices Explorer

4.      Click on the Your Portfolio Tab

5.      Click Your Plans and get started on the path

 

Should there be any questions regarding the Choices explorer, please contact your grade level counselor.

 

 


Congratulations to the October School Year 2012-13 Students of the Month

Every month, team teachers select 2 students who exemplify an IB learner profile.

The profile characteristic for October is: 

Open Minded.

Open Minded individuals understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values, and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to speaking and evaluating a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience.

 

Grade 6

Team Sydney:          Talia Zitner             John Keating

Team Santiago:        Lily Forte-Fast         Daniel Chineme

Team San Francisco: Laila Ross               Jayden Lindsey

Team London:           Usha Hippensteil     Jaimy Landy

Grade 7

Team Sparta: Sophia Diggs-Galligan Charles Johnson     

Team Alexandria:       Zola Bzdek   Shiloh Coleman

Team Rome:              Karen Cao   Medgar Webster  

Team Mumbai:           Claire Lewis   Azaan Lambkin  

Grade 8

 Team Mecca:          Ameenah Arter     Jake Mezey          

Team Firenze:         Lidia Solorzano      Amir Barnett

Team La Paz:          Dominique Lanindez  Joseph Rosas 

Team Timbuktu:       Leonard Fluckiger


 

 

Attendance at Deal 

 

 

Are YOU Ready for the 1st Advisory Attendance Raffle?

 

Be on the lookout during your lunch period for the announcement of the winners of our first attendance raffle! Congratulations to Mr. Garza's, Mr. Hughes' and Mr. Eckel's homeroom for the best attendance so far! Keep up the great work!

 

With Thanksgiving and winter break on the horizon, please remember that excellence this advisory requires your commitment to school until the day before break. Students, this is a reminder that on-time arrival and regular attendance help us to achieve more in school and life. As the school year moves forward, we must all strive for on-time everyday. Good habits today foster good futures tomorrow.

Staff information... 
 
Thursday - Faculty Meeting

Friday PD

There will be two Friday morning professional development opportunities for teachers this week: Building a Supportive Classroom in room E200 and Backpack Safety in room E205.

 

World Language Trip sign-ups Don't forget to respond to the Google Form for chaperone sign-up for our World Language trips (China, Costa Rica, France). Check your dc.gov email for the link. 

Staff Email List 
We have created a new staff email list, using official dc.gov email addresses. If you did not receive the "Key Information" emails from Mr. Albright last week at your dc.gov address, please contact [email protected] All staff members must check their dc.gov addresses daily and use those addresses or team emails for official business.

Photos?!
We need photos of your club/activity, your cool class project, or just your happy students - for the top of the bulletin, for the website, etc. Please email photos to [email protected], and remember to take lots of pictures as the year goes forward.

CSC Write-ups
Please remember that your CSC write-ups are due to your grade-level administrators by November 16. If you teach across several grades, submit the write-up to your subject administrator.
 

Before and After School Activities


Monday AM

 

Young Men's Choir - 7:45 am - Rm CG04 

Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30am - Rm N111  

Spanish tutoring with Ms. Cadavid 8:10 am - RM C314

Spanish tutoring with Ms. Jackson - Rm C212

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Monday PM  

 

Girl Up Rm E305

Newspaper club  Rm N116

Deal Garden club - Garden 

Student Council meeting Rm E205

Viking Quarterly Rm W103

African Drumming club- Canceled this week

Girls on Track - Rm E103

After
 school Outdoor Hoop
club - Rm W205

Ultimate Frisbee club - Rm C130

Volleyball game vs Eliot-Hine @ Lincoln- 4:30 pm 

International Cooking club Group C to 5 pm - Rm C216 

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

Tennis club - Rm E300 

Photography Club - Rm E104  French club  to 4:30 - CG07  

Afterschool Basketball club - W205

Vikings Soccer to 5 pm 

GeoPlunge - C130

Board Games to 4:30 - W106

Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal - see above for schedule

 

Tuesday Am

 

8th String Ensemble - Auditorium 

Jazz Band 7:45 am - Rm CG20

Concert Choir 7:45 am - Rm CG04

Spanish tutoring with Ms. Jackson - RM C212

    

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday PM

 

Fantasy Football club - Rm C212

Reader's Theater - Rm E205

Cheerleading practice to 5pm 

Ultimate Frisbee club - Rm C130 

Conflict Resolution and Peer Mediation Ms. McFarland's office

Bocce club  - Front lawn

Music workshop    

Girls' Running - RM E304 

Girls on Track - Rm E103 

Golf club to 4:30 pm - E105

Mural/Public Art club

Swimming club to 5:15 pm

Auditions

Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal - see above for schedule 

Indoor Track meeting to 3:45 pm 

 

Wednesday AM

 

Painting for Your Soul club 7:45 am - C224

  

6th Grade Concert Band - 7:45 am

Advanced Concert Band - 7:45 am

 

Young Men's Choir - 7:45 am 

Spanish tutoring with Ms. Jackson - RM C212

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday PM

 

Spartan Barracks  

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

Alexandria Library  Rm E200

Roman Holiday - Rm E204

After School Sports Rap - Rm W104

Team Santiago study hall - Rm C130

Debate Team  - Rm W100

Type Faster Now to 4:15 - Rm 204

New Student Transitions workshop 7th & 8th  

Ms. White's Office

Roman Holiday - E204

Deal Scientists club - Rm E101

C-Span - Rm W304

Team Alexandria - Rm E200  

Santiago study Hall - C130

Parlons Franšais Club, to 4:30 - C308 

Literature-to-Film Festival to 5 pm - Library
Discovery Club - E101
Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal - see above for schedule
Cross Country pizza party 
Stage Crew meeting to 4 pm

 

Thursday AM

 

  Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30 am - Rm N111 

Spanish tutoring 8:10 am - RM C314

String Chamber Ensemble - 7:45 am

Jazz Band - 7:45 am

Concert Choir - 7:45 am 

Spanish tutoring with Ms. Jackson - RM C212 

French Tutoring Mr Ngwa 8:10 am

 

 

Thursday PM

 

Cheerleading practice to 5 pm 

MWIT club - Rm E206

Team London Rm E104

Mathletes Rm E106  

M.I.T. to 4:30 - RM E206

Swimming club to 5:15 pm 

TAGS 6th and 7th graders - C130 
GEMS meeting
Spanish Club 
Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal - see above for schedule 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday AM

 

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

6th Grade Concert Band - 7:45 am   

Advanced Concert Band - 7:45 am  

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday PM 

  

Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal - see above for schedule