Alice Deal Middle School

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Principal's Message...

Relaxing with Shakespeare this Saturday night was a good reminder that a proven remedy for the darkness and chill of midwinter is to take a break. Starting on December 22, we expect Deal families and students to catch their collective breaths after a fast start to the school year. Let's review how we are going to make space for a restful break.

First, teachers will be teaching all the way to the break. The extent of the holiday and the usual urgencies of middle school learning warrant an academic focus through December 21. Parents, as you plan for the time out, please refrain from adding more time to break by taking your children out early. We'll do our part - 7 periods of school with meaningful work every day possible. Don't be swayed by your children who may speak of parties and movies, and thus a reason to miss school; this is not our plan.

Second, students need to get their work done before the break. Responding to concerns expressed a couple of years ago, Deal teachers ceased the practice of assigning packets of school work over the break. Everyone needs to rest and renew - teachers and students alike. The big caveat to this, however, is that students need to push hard these next two weeks to get their current work done and in. At Deal, we give a far larger weight to timely classwork, rather than homework. Class activities, closely connected to unit objectives, need to be completed when given. If a student needs to make up some work, they need to get it done before that last Friday. Why? Trying to make up work when coming back to school after the break with three weeks to go in the advisory is not a recipe for success - students lose their momentum, the class has moved on, motivation is low. Let's all work to make sure that work is done before we leave for the break, and we can really enjoy ourselves into the new year.

I would like to address another topic, specifically questions about teacher departures and absences and how Deal (and my administration) handles these. Mid-year departures pose distinct challenges: teams are created based on a careful evaluation of strengths and experience, students are used to the teaching patterns of the departing teacher, and teachers have established their expectations. Unfortunately, students are the most affected by these untimely adult decisions, and my concern for their (student) learning drives my actions. It usually takes about 3-4 weeks at a minimum to exit a teacher, review resumes, interview candidates, hire an individual, and then get them into the system - that's why we do it in spring! In the meantime, we work to bring in subject-specific substitutes, provide in-building instruction where possible, keep grading and Edline-updating going, and preparing families and students for a new teacher. It truly takes a whole-school effort. In all my time at Deal, teachers have always stood up to support students when another teacher leaves - teachers who already have a full work load but are committed to their charges. While we work with teams to provide information to you about these changes (within the restrictions posed by personnel actions), it isn't a perfect process. If you are concerned about a transition, or the task of aligning a new staff member with Deal's expectations, feel free to contact either your grade-level administrator or me directly. Your comments are helpful and welcomed.

I hope to see many of you at the Winter Concert this week!

Principal Albright

 

   

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Deal Tours

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

December 11
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Upcoming Dates 


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

December 12 
Open House 9 - 12 am  

December 13
6th Grade Awards Assembly
Department Chairs, 3:30 pm
Winter Concert, 6:30 pm
 
December 14
(No school for students)
PD for Teachers and Staff
Detention 9 am - 12 noon

December 15
PTA Holiday Green Sale 

December 16
PTA Holiday Green Sale 

December 18
8th Gr. "We the People" Mock Trial

December 19 
8th Gr. "We the People" Mock Trial
6th Grade Stargazing, 6 - 7 pm

December 20
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm

December 21
Spanish Field Trip to Guapo's
Winter Holiday Assembly

December 24 - January 4
Winter Break

January 7
School Resumes 

January 8
Team Leaders, 3:30 pm

January 9
Math Dept. Meeting, 3:30 pm

January 11
LSAT, 7:30 am

January 12
Open House 9 - 12 

January 14
Team La Paz SAAM Field Trip
6th Grade Science Trip

January 15
Deal Tour
6th Grade Science Trip

January 16
EAP - London
Track Championships
 
January 17
Dept. Chairs, 3:30 pm
School Wide Spelling Bee
6th Grade Science Trip
 
January 18
8th Gr. "We the People" Mock Trial
6th Grade Science Trip

January 19
Saturday Detention, 9am - 12 noon

January 21
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday
No school for students or staff

January 23
Literature to Film Festival 

January 24
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm
SW Geography Bee

January 25
Students Dismissed at 12:15 pm
Detention, 12:15 - 3:15 pm Records Day
Last Day of 2nd Advisory

January 28
Team Mecca - SAAm Field Trip

January 29
Team Leaders

January 31
Embassy Adoption Prgrm. - Sydney
 
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.

 

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). 
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)  

 

Hoop Ed

 

"DCPS You are OFF Friday December 14th And that Means: HoopEd is in the Building!

Friday December, 14th: HoopEd is offering One Day Camps at 3 Fabulous Locations!

Hoops Basketball Camp at Stoddert Elementary, if your child is lookin to ball!  OR  The Very Popular All Sports and Games format will be running at Lafayette ES and Oyster ES! We already have many

campers signed up, So Come Join Your Friends! All camps are for boys and girls ages 5-13 and all skill levels and abilities are welcome to join.

Camps run from 9:00am-3:00pm with after care available until 5:30. $60.00 per child/$70.00 w/aftercare.

Check out Hoopeducation.com  to for more information and to register!"

***Never too Early to Sign Up: HoopEd Winter Break Camps 2012-2013

8 Convenient locations across the DC Metro area are locked in for Dec.24-Dec.28 AND Dec.31-Jan.4

2 days, 3 days or a Full Week: Whatever Works for YOU, Keep the Kids in Motion this Winter Break with HoopEd!***

 

 

 

Mom's and Dad's Matinee

 

Join us before the madness of the holidays starts, for a special early screening of "Silver Linings Playbook" on Thursday, December 20 at 10:30am at The Avalon Theatre!  Be sure to arrive early to grab coffee and muffin from the Avalon Cafe.

 

Futsal Clinics 

 

Register now for Futsal clinics on Saturday and Sunday afternoons starting in January at the Bethesda Sport and Health Club. The program is directed by Allison Diaz, previously a 4-year varsity player at Seneca Valley High School in Germantown, and a former Division I soccer player at Canisius College. The sessions are divided into boys and girls. Saturdays from 2-3 and 3-4 the groups are for 6-9 year olds, and Sundays from 1-2 and 2-3 the groups are for 10-13 year olds. There are three five-week sessions planned, and the cost of each is $150. To register, go to: www.tennistar.com or call 301-530-5472, or e-mail the director at [email protected]

 

Writing Contest for Students in Grades 4-10

 

It's time for the 21st Annual Letters About Literature Writing Contest for students in grades 4-10. The contest challenges young readers to write a personal letter to an author explaining how that author's work somehow changed the reader's view of the world.

Letters About Literature is sponsored by the Library of Congress' Center for the Book. Prizes are awarded on both the state and national level in three categories:

 

-Grades 4-6
-Grades 7-8

 

Visit lettersaboutliterature.org  

for details.  Submissions must be mailed and be postmarked by January 11, 2013.  State winners will be notified in April, 2013; national winners will be notified in May, 2013.

  

I Trained U Basketball Clinics

 

Basketball 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 are $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]

 

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

 

Student and parent information...   

 

New: Huzzah for A Midsummer Night's Dreams

After three strong nights, Deal's foray into bringing Shakespeare to life closed with a big crowd and a rousing ovation. At Saturday's show, the cast thanked directors Rafe Gandola and Adam Kirschenbaum and Deal staff Debra Jackson (all-around support), Dan Assael (lights), and Carolyn Kouri (costumes/set) for leading the way. Thanks go of course to the cast for their work - I hope a fall play becomes a tradition. A special nod to the unsung stage crew - hard-working kids who are not supposed to be seen, so their work is sometimes invisible. It takes all of you - crew, cast, adults, parents - to make a show a success. Congratulations!  

 

New: 6th Grade Awards Celebration
On Thursday, our 6th graders will celebrate the successes of the first advisory. Students who were on the honor roll or who had perfect attendance will be recognized and a variety of team awards will be given as well. The ceremony will take place during the activity period.

 

New:  Winter Solstice Star-Gazing 

Please come join the 6th grade science department for a Winter Solstice Star-Gazing event on the Deal field on Wednesday, December 19th from 6-7 pm. We will be using iPads and telescopes to explore the night skies, following our unit on the solar system. Please bring a telescope if you have one and dress warmly. If you are an expert or know an expert on astronomy who would be interested in contributing to the event, please contact Ms. Purcell at [email protected] Also, if you know that you cannot make the event but have a telescope that you wouldn't mind letting us borrow for the night, please let Ms. Purcell know. Students must be accompanied by a parent.

 

New: Tennis Club

As the weather gets colder, we will be meeting to play less. However, there is still much we can do on those cold, snowy days of winter. Please consider recording a professional tennis match to bring in for our club members to watch, and then discuss the strategies used by the players. Also, for those of you new to tennis, we can talk about how to keep score, appropriate footwear, and selecting a racquet. We will NOT meet on December 10, but please plan to attend the December 17 meeting. If the weather stays above 45 degrees we will continue to play outdoors. Make sure you dress for the weather!

 

New:  Spelling Bee

The Deal Spelling Bee is coming! The all-school bee will be held on Thursday, January 17 for those who have won their homeroom bees. All of the excitement will take place after our return from Winter Break. Anyone interested in getting a list to study from may stop by Mr. Gueltig's room, E104 any day after school this week.  

 

Breaking News! Debate Results and News 

Please be sure to congratulate our Deal Debaters! On Saturday, December 8th, 20 Deal Vikings participated in the 2nd D.C. Urban Debate League Tournament for the 2012-2013 season. More than 60 teams from schools throughout the D.C. Metro area competed in Saturday's event. Deal had seven teams and, despite being neophyte debaters, four of the teams won 50 percent of their debates. Deal Debaters included: Talia Zitner, Clare Trinity, Aidan Trinity, Clare Schmitt, Emily Walke, Lillian Keller, Chad Hoyte-Hayes, Nadeeya Harrison, Clare Medina, Taima Crean (who hung in there while having a fever all day), Ngoc Ngyuen, Noam Jacobovitz, Aaron Rosenthal, Josh Taubman, Tim Berger, Chris Bond, Nikita Beneton, Blake Hall-Taylor, Philip Hesse, and Daniela Kidder-Luciano. All Deal Debaters argued courageously and eloquently.
 
More importantly, our Deal Vikings had tremendous support. Thank you to all the parents, family members, volunteers, and friends who persevered until 6:30 pm to encourage and cheer on our debaters. Special thanks and shout out to Mr. Keller (Lillian Keller's dad) and alumnus Peter McGann for judging all four rounds of debates. Also,  a huge thank you to Ms. Darkjian, who has been a tireless coach, judge, and supporter for the entire Debate Team. We look forward for the next debate tournament on February 9th, to be hosted by Deal.  The topics for the next debate include:

  • Middle School Topic: Middle schools should install closed circuit cameras in all classrooms. 
  • International Topic: The United States should black construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. 
  • National Topic: Colleges and Universities are justified in considering race in admission decisions.  

This Week at Deal...   

 

Monday-Wednesday: Candy Cane Sale

Buy a candy cane for a friend and we'll deliver it to them with a personal message for the holidays. Candy canes will be on sale for $1 each during every lunch period through Wednesday, December 12. CandyGrams will be delivered on Monday, December 17. All proceeds benefit the Deal World Languages program. Happy Holidays!

  

Monday:  Afterschool Outdoor Basketball Club

The Afterschool Outdoor Basketball Club will meet on Monday, December 10 at 3:30 pm behind the school on the court next to the "Cottage." Dress for cold weather. In the event of rain, we will meet with Mr. Namian in room W205.

 

Monday:  Photography Club

Our last meeting of the calendar year will be on Monday, 3:30 pm, in Mr. Gueltig's room, E104. We will hang up our photographs throughout the building. 

 

Monday: International Cooking Club Group C

The International Cooking Club Group C will meet Monday in room C216 (The Teacher's Lounge) to make up their pizza day that was lost due to the hurricane. Students should be picked up at 5 pm so there is enough time to prepare and cook food. The following students are in Group C.

 

Zarina Carpenter

Elena Bagnoli

Surina Goel

Naejia Piper

Fiona Martone

Youssef

Shakaliah Smalls

Shrabonti Turna

Ella Buring

Sofia Geislinger

Calia Christie

Nastia Webber

Claire Contreras

Matilda Jensen

Lindsay Harper

Clara Edmonds

Jisca Adigo

Sophia Pouros

Perri Hollar

Lalita Kohls

Anna Joos

Alexis Anderson

 

Monday:  GeoPlunge!

Sixth grade students participating in GeoPlunge will meet in room C105 during recess this Monday and Friday.

  

Wednesday:  Reading of "Owl Moon" During 6th Grade Recess

Come in from the cold and join Ms. Popadich and Ms. Allen to hear a wintery tale. There will be a reading of "Owl Moon" by Jane Yolen during 6th period recess in the Library on Wednesday

 

Wednesday:  Track Team

On Wednesday, the Indoor Track team will travel to the PG Complex to compete in the DCIAA Relay Meet. Go luck to the Running Vikings as they go for the gold!

 

Wednesday:  Santiago Study Hall 

"Chile'n your way to success" Santiago study hall meets every Wednesday after school in Mr. Martini's room (C130).  This is a great opportunity to ask questions, catch up on homework, and get help from your core subject teachers!

 

Thursday: 6th grade Awards Celebration

The ceremony recognizing outstanding 6th graders will be held during the activity period at the end of the day. 

 

Thursday: A Midsummer Night's Dream Field Trip

On Thursday, the cast of A Midsummer Night's Dream will go to see The Shakespeare Theatre Company's performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Please be sure to return your permission slip to Mr. Kirschenbaum this week.

  

Thursday:  Writing Club

Ms. Hovancsek's writing club (creative edition) will meet this upcoming Thursday, December 13, at 3:15 pm in room W305. Come join!


Thursday:  Deal Basketball 

Boys EC Division - Deal vs Takoma @ Takoma 4:45

Boys & Girls MS Division - Ron Brown vs Deal @ Deal

Girls 3:30/Boys 4:45 pm

 

Thursday: Winter Concert: "A Time of Harmony" 

Our concert, "A Time of Harmony," will be held on Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Alice Deal auditorium. Come and join us for a wonderful musical experience!

 

Saturday:  Deal Basketball 

Girls EC Division - Deal vs Walker Jones @ Anacostia H.S. 3:15 pm

Congratulations to the November IB Students of the Month

 

Every month Team teachers will select 2 students that exemplify an IB learner profile characteristic.

 

The profile characteristic for October is : PRINCIPLED.

 

Principled individuals act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of firmness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups, and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them.

 

Grade 6

Team Sydney: Kaleb Gezahegn, Avery Gagliano

Team Santiago: Noah Frank, Liliana Edmonds

Team San Francisco: Sam Lossef, Haines Corrigan

Team London: Alex Togneri-Jones, Lesly Maradiaga

 

Grade 7

Team Sparta: Jeremy Garcia-Berroa, Leoniya Aksyonov        

Team Alexandria: Adam Ido, Calia Christie

Team Rome: Cole Manor, Taylor Reynolds              

Team Mumbai: David Bernard, Elena Remez

 

Grade 8

Team Mecca: Nico Jochnik, Carson Wheeler                

Team Firenze: Quinn Heinreich, Tiffany Tyler

Team La Paz: Cameron Gadson, Sofia Fekade-Sellasie      

Team Timbuktu: My Vu

 


8th grade announcements 

Common Application Deadline

The Specialized High Schools Common Application Deadline is this Friday, December 14. Applications must be submitted by this date to be considered by the prospective schools. If assistance is needed, please contact Ms. White as soon as possible

 

High School Common Application 

The Common Application for specialized DCPS High Schools became 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 26 27, and 28.

 

Requesting Recommendations for Private Schools

 

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.

 

For all transcript requests for private schools, please also provide an addressed and stamped envelope for the mailing of these items as well.

 

Specialized High School Open House Updates

Phelps ACE - December 21, January 18, and February 22

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.

Attendance at Deal 

  

Students, this is a reminder that on-time arrival and regular attendance help you to achieve more in school and life. As the school year moves forward, we must all strive for being on-time everyday. Good habits today foster good futures tomorrow. Congratulations to the following 6th, 7th and 8th grade homerooms for on-time arrival of 95% or above! All other homerooms start fresh on Monday with a new attitude and commitment to improve.

 

6th Grade                 7th Grade                      8th Grade

Garza                        Assael                             Hovancsek

Jackson                     Diaz                                Mostoller

Law                           Parish                             Mungai

McDowell                   Rhoads                           Simpson

Pough                                                             Wang

Purcell                                                           

Ruiz

Staff information ...
  

New: Ethics training completion this week 

All staff should have completed the DC ethics training by now. If so, please complete the process by going into Peoplesoft and agreeing to the DC Ethics Pledge.

o Log into Employee Self Service (https://ess.dc.gov/)
o Click "Self Service"
o Click "Personal Information"
o Click "DC Ethics Training"
o Click "DC Ethics Training" link on the bottom of the page 

 

Please check with Ms. Baxter if you need further assistance.

 

New:  Friday Professional Development and Potluck

All staff will be at Deal on Friday for the full day; please check with your department administrator if there is a citywide professional development session you wish to attend. At noon, Mr. Gueltig's awesome potluck idea will come to fruition! (Pun intended.) 

 

 

 

 

 


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

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

Indoor Track practice to 5 pm 

Deal Relief Council - E104

Boys' Basketball practice

Girls' Basketball practice

 

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 

Mural/Public Art club

Swimming club to 5:15 pm

Midsummer Night's Dream Rehearsal - see above for schedule 

Boys' Basketball practice

Girls' Basketball practice 

Indoor track practice to 5 pm 

Wednesday AM

 

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  Salva Las Focas/Save the Seals club - C314
Boys' Basketball practice
Girls' Basketball practice

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 
Boys' Basketball practice 
Girls' Basketball practice
Writing club RM W305


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 

Boys Basketball practice