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Principal's Message...

Last week, I wrote about concerns about bus safety and efforts to improve this from both the student and WMATA perspectives. This effort will continue because it must, because we want our students to have safe passage to and from school.

This week, I want to address three recent incidents on the Metrorail system. Over the last few weeks, several Deal students have been robbed riding the subway; in at least one case, a student was assaulted. An arrest has been made in one of these cases, and it seems likely that other arrests will follow, but any sense of closure is undercut by the long-lasting feeling of vulnerability that a student will feel after the event. In each case, parents alerted the transit police who followed up with serious investigations. While these individual stories are by no means over as justice takes time, I wanted to share this information with you.

Whether the train system has become generally less safe over time or whether these are somewhat isolated incidents isn't my place to try and figure out. Children need to both feel and be safe. I am meeting with Metro Transit this week to ask what is being done for student safety. I already spoke with Principal Cahall at Wilson, who is also concerned about this issue. There are already some approaches in place. Metro Transit police have been walking the trains during the ride home. Of course, they aren't on every train, but they are available at the stations. 

Let me pass on some reminders of practical preventive steps students can take. One important suggestion is for students to ride in the front car of the train whenever possible - closest to the train operator. As students move through the system, traveling in groups is better than alone, and moving with purpose towards exits is advisable. It is also very important to be aware of the environment at all times. If you recall, last year the city was plagued with a series of iPhone snatchings - students plugged into their headphones and walking with them in their hands make a very vulnerable target. Walking with the phone tucked away, being aware of crowds and challenging situations makes a student less vulnerable. As I get more information, I will pass it on to you.

I'll do my best to keep you up-to-date with other safety issues and concerns as we go forward - and please feel free to contact me for any reason.

In yet another safety note, this last Friday all of our students participated in a school-wide program on cyberbullying - reviewing what it is, discussing how to prevent it and to report it, and in general let students know it isn't tolerated. As part of the activity, students learned about what has been happening to Alex, the main subject of the movie "Bully," viewed in December. Ask them how he is doing. Special thanks to staff leading our anti-bullying efforts - it is making a difference.

Principal Albright


Final note: On February 23, Deal will be the site of this year's PTA Auction, the primary fundraising and just generally fun event of the school calendar. Please pencil the date in to your calendars. We'll be discussing this in more depth in the weeks to come, but your support for the auction is what lets us have a 6th grade Hemlock trip, field trips, almost 20 scholarships for world language trips, new laptop and iPad carts across the building, musical and artistic visitors, the musical and the play, and so much more. Without the PTA's resources, life at Deal would be different. I thank them - and you in advance for participating. See you there!  


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Deal Tours
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February 12 

Upcoming Dates 

January 28
American Art Museum - Mecca

January 29
Team Leaders

January 31
African Drumming Assembly
Singapore Embassy Program - Sydney
New Zealand Embassy Program - London

February 1
American Art Museum - Firenze

February 5
PIA Testing
Team Leaders

February 6
Math Dept Meeting
PIA Testing 

February 7
New to Deal Meeting, 3:30 pm

February 8
 LSAT, 7:30 am
Deal Science Fair
Report Cards Issued

February 9
Saturday Detention
 9 am - 12 noon

February 12
NAEP Testing
Deal Tour (the last one!)

February 13
National Portrait Gallery - Firenze

February 14
Department Chairs, 3:30 pm
Winter Dance
3:30 - 6 pm 

February 15
PD Day
No School for Students
Detention 9 am - 12 noon

February 18
Presidents Day
No School for staff and students

February 19
6th Grade Writing Night, 6 pm

February 20
Literature to Film Festival
Embassy Program - London
8th Grade We the People Mock Trial

February 21
Faculty Meeting 3:30 pm

February 22
Deficiencies to HR
World Language Trip Meeting

February 23
Deal PTA Auction - 6:30 pm
Saturday Detention; 9 - 12

February 25
Parent-Teacher Conference
No School for Students

February 26
Team Leaders, 3:30 pm 

February 27
Deficiencies to Admin

February 28
Third Advisory Midpoint
Hoops for Heart 
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.


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). 
Bus Information
If your child travels on the 4 bus routes that WMATA makes available for Deal students, here are some important phone numbers for you.

If the D32 bus is late, misses a pick-up, or never shows up, please call the Western District Superintendent, Ms. Peggy Neils, at 202-962-5860 as soon as possible. Students who are passed should try to get the bus identification number. If your child rides the D31, D33, or D34, the Northern Division contact is Sophia Coleman Hill, and she can be reached directly at 202-568-1446.

As always, please send an email about a bus problem or concern to [email protected]

Here is a link to the bus route schedule.
PTA Sponsors
The following are the Deal PTA 2012-2013 business sponsors.

The Broad Branch Market

Taylor Agostino Group

Radifera Design Group

W.C. & A.N. Miller Realtor

Pete's New Haven Style Apizza

Second Wind CrossFit

edCount, LLC

 Math Medics

(new!) Elements Fitness and Wellness Center

 (new!) Discount Vacation Rentals for Deal Families

 (new!) Capitol Language Services 


Community Information


 (Items in this section are not sponsored by Deal)  



Union Market Chess Challenge 

Saturday, February 2, 2013


A FREE United States Chess Federation (USCF) rated chess tournament.

Open to all K - 12 school students. 5 Rounds - SS, Game in 30 Minutes

Location: Union Market, 1309 5th Street NE , Washington , DC 20002

We are limited to 70 players so please pre-register via e-mail by January 31, 2013! To register, email your name, grade, school, section you wish to play in and USCF ID to [email protected] 


All participants must be members of the USCF! If you are not and have not been a member of the USCF, you can join at the website: 

The 1st round begins at promptly at 10:00am! Please check in between 8:30-9:45am. Late arrivals will NOT receive any bye points.

We will have raffles between rounds!


We have a limited amount of equipment to provide so please bring your chess clocks (if you have them), set for G/30.



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


8th grade announcements 



Free Test Preparation for Standardized Tests
Eighth grade students are encouraged to log onto their Individual Graduation Portfolios (IGP) at  to utilize TestGear which can help in preparing them for standardized tests like the PSAT. Test Gear is offered to students beginning in 8th grade. Students can access their IGP by using their username(DCPS followed by ID#, such as DCPS12345678) and their password (DCPS for students who have never logged on before). Students needing assistance logging on should see Ms. White.


Schedule Mock HS Interviews

If you are preparing for a high school interview, contact Ms. Redekopp in the library to schedule a mock interview (including feedback and interview tips).  Appointments last about 15 minutes and are scheduled during lunch and after school.


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

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.

Student and parent information...   


New: Wireless/Internet Expert Needed

We are looking for a parent or two with expertise in large wireless systems to help us answer a few questions. Is this you? Contact Assistant Principal Rodberg ([email protected]) if you are willing to share some ideas. 


New: Meeting of the Math Minds

On Friday, Deal hosted a meeting of math lead teachers and coaches from all of our feeder elementary schools. Teachers and leaders from Hearst, Shepherd, Lafayette, Murch, Janney, Eaton, and Bancroft (along with teachers from Hardy, Key, and Mann) joined with Deal's 6th grade made team to discuss where every school was with implementing the Math Common Core standards, to share what Deal does with its math program, and to plan for better math pathways for all kids. Thanks to all who were there.  


New:  Geography Bee Winners

Congratulations to Aidan Saccocio for winning the school wide Geography Bee on Tuesday!  The runner up is Claire Schmitt. Aidan will represent Deal at the citywide competition at the Charles Sumner School on April 5.


New: Group For Parents with Students with ADHD   

The first group will be Tuesday from 5:30-7pm in the Conference Room. The group will focus on providing parents a forum to exchange support and parenting advice for all settings of the child's life. Please RSVP to Mr. Chang, School Social Worker, at [email protected].


New: School Nurse Needs Volunteer to Assist

The School Nurse has started vision testing for the 8th grade students and is seeking a parent volunteer to assist with the testing management. Call Nurse Dickens at 202-939-2009 for additional information.


New:  8th grade Visual Arts Department Deal App Judging Was a Huge Success!  

On behalf of our students and the Visual Arts Department, we would like to especially thank all the parents, teachers, faculty, administrative team and students that spent part of their day helping to evaluate the 8th grade student prototypes. The art students gained valuable experience and practical knowledge from the many perspectives and feedback on the uses and practicality of the app component ideas. We couldn't have had such a successful experience without your generosity and enthusiasm. To our students: your ideas and designs are inspirational. 


New: 3rd/4th Advisory Art & Music Students

The new advisory starts this week!  All students who were in P.E. will switch to art or music, and will need to bring a notebook (please see specifications below) to class by the second week of the advisory.  This notebook will stay in the classroom, so it should not be used for other courses.


Music:  Binder

6th grade Art: Hard cover, spiral bound with blank 40 to 80 pages

8th grade Art: Please bring $10.00 to cover the cost of your provided sketchbook


How do I know whether my student has art or music?

8th graders will have art.

7th graders will have music.

6th graders will need to check their schedules to see whether they have art or music during the 3rd advisory.


New: Teens for Jeans

A huge thank-you to the Deal community for an incredible start to our jeans drive!  We collected nearly 900 pairs of jeans in three days!  That is a lot of homeless teens' lives changed because of your cleaning out closets!  A special shout-out to 6th grade's Team Sydney who alone donated over 25% of the jeans collected.  Homerooms that have donated the most are Ms. Compazano, Mr. McDowell, and Mrs. Mostoller. It's not too late to donate--we will be collecting all the way up until February 8.  Two suggestions that may work: (1) Ask around at work to see if any of your colleagues have some extra pairs laying around, and (2) Charge an entry fee to your Super Bowl party of a couple of pairs. Remember all shapes and sizes count, so long as they're jeans.  


New:  Law Day Essay Contest

Any 6th grader interested in participating to win a chance to receive an award from Associate Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor -- stop by Mr. Gueltig's room, E104, to find out more information.


New: Digital Photography Club

We will meet on Monday in Mr Gueltig's room, E104, from 3:30-4:30. Even if you've never been to a meeting, feel free to join in--all you need is a camera! We'll learn about and look at photos that use the Rule of Thirds, as well as practicing throughout the building.


We Need Science Fair Judges!

Deal's annual Science Fair will be held on Friday, February 8 (8:30 am - 12:30 pm). The Deal Science Department is asking for your help in identifying community members to serve as project judges. Judges should have no direct relationship to a Deal student and be available for at least two hours during the morning of February 8. More detailed information is available by contacting Ms. Rhoads ([email protected]). Please ask your neighbors, friends, or colleagues. 


This Week at Deal...   


Monday:  Lots of Basketball Games

The girls MS basketball team plays vs Jefferson @ Jefferson, while the boys MS basketball takes on Kramer @ Kramer. Also, the 6th grade girls play Winston @ Winston and the 6th grade boys go against Wheatley @ Weatley.  


Monday: Mecca Goes to SAAM

Team Mecca will travel to the Smithsonian American Art Museum on Monday for our Hearst Partnership. Students will travel by bus and view selected works of art that highlight US History and examples of heroism. Students will be gone from 9 am -3 pm and will need to bring a bagged lunch and two sharpened pencils for the day. When they return, students will write a piece of creative writing about one of the artworks they learned about. These writings will be collectively published in a book and distributed at a reception for parents and students in May.  


Monday: Student Council
We'll be having a meeting Monday at 3:30 in room E205 to prepare for the Winter Dance that is coming February 14! Homeroom teachers please remind your representatives.


Monday: The International Cooking Club

The International Cooking Club Group C will meet on Monday, January 28 after school in room C216 (the teacher's lounge). Meetings will take place from 3:15 until 5 pm.


Monday:  The Outdoor Basketball Club

The l Outdoor Basketball Club will meet on Monday, January 28 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: Girl Up Meets Today

The dedicated young advocates for Girl Up will meet this afternoon in E305 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Newcomers who are interested in helping to raise awareness of and funds to support girls in developing countries are welcome to join us. We are currently planning three projects and need your help. Girl Up is sponsoring a bake sale in February, an education project in March for Women's History Month, and are in need of talented authors and artists to help produce our Girl Up book.


Tuesday: Capitol Jazz @ Deal

Our Capitol Jazz Project students will be attending a Jazz 4 Young People Concert with members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra on Tuesday, January 29, 2013 (tentatively scheduled for 10:30 am to 11:30 am). The event also includes a performance opportunity for select students with the JALC Orchestra.


Wednesday: The Indoor Track Team

The Indoor Track Team will travel to the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex on Wednesday for the DCIAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. The meet begins at 11:00 am. Good luck to the running Vikings as they go for the gold!


Wednesday:  National History Day Research Paper Workshop

Students seeking advice or assistance with their NHD research papers are invited to an after-school workshop on Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 pm in E305. We will review footnoting, citations, and integrating exhibits and statistical evidence within your paper. Bring copies of your rough draft and all your questions with you.


Wednesday:  Basketball Games

Both girls and boys MS team travel to Kelly Miller for their games. 


Wednesday: Girls Soccer Interest Meeting

In preparation for the spring soccer season, there will be an interest meeting in Room CG07 on Wednesday January 30 at 3:15 pm. Address questions to Coach Ngwa at [email protected] or contact the Athletic Director, Coach Downing at [email protected].


Thursday: African Drumming Assembly 

Deal kicks off our Black History Month celebration with an exciting performance by drummers from Ghana! Students will gather in the gym for an assembly on our Bell III schedule. 7th period teachers will bring their classes to the assembly. 


Thursday: Basketball Game

6th Grade Boys vs Burroughs @ Deal. 


Thursday: Singapore Comes to Sydney

On Thursday, Team Sydney's sixth grade students will be visited by the Embassy of Singapore. The students will be treated to a presentation on what it is like to be a kid in Singapore. The students will get to experience Singapore culture by playing traditional games, learning dances, and interacting with an actual class in Singapore. This is part of what will be an ongoing series of visits from the embassy for the remainder of the school year.


Thursday: London Cares for Kiwis

On Thursday, Team London will send 20 students to attend a private viewing of the Kiwi Bird at the National Zoo. Students will learn about the bird and its significance to New Zealand, and will have an opportunity to pet the animal. The students chosen for this event were "caught caring" for another by one of their teachers. These students should be applauded for their kind efforts during the month of January. This trip was made possible by a partnership with the Embassy Adoption Program (EAP). Many thanks goes out to the EAP program for providing metro cards for students and to the National Zoo for this special opportunity. 


Thursday: Socratic Club

Following the lead of our namesake Socrates, the Socratic Club is a place for philosophical discourse about life's perennial questions. Recently, Deal philosophers have been discussing paradox. We have been exploring what a paradox is and whether there is a difference between paradox and contradiction. The Socratic Club meets Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30. All students are welcome. The only requisite is an open and inquisitive mind. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Custer at [email protected].


Congratulations to the January  Students of the Month


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

The profile characteristic for January: Thinkers.


Thinkers exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to recognize and approach complex problems, and make reasoned, ethical decisions.


Sydney: Colin Powell, Vera Walsh-Alker         

Santiago: Maxwell Cowan, Madeleine Vieth           San Francisco: Lucas Suarez-Findlay, Camille Kanach

London: Cal Weiss, Erica Serrano    

Sparta: Jonas Kendal, Fatima Fair         

Alexandria: Ben Page, Julia Pennanen          

Rome: Nichols Wade, Isabel Rosenthal 

Mumbai: Allen Chen, Sophie Weich                         Mecca: Adam Kramer, Emma Buzbee

Firenze: Abyan Nery, Hannah London

La Paz: Savanna Toure, Erik Latimer

Timbuktu: Wenbin Zhou, Shizyka Kimijima 


Pasamos la Voz D.C.

(Español and English)


La clase de Humanidades en Español en octavo grado de Alice Deal Middle School está trabajando en un proyecto informativo de caracter social que consiste en  informar al publico sobre el fenómeno de la inmigración en Washington D.C. Después de leer y analizar Cajas de Cartón por Francisco Jimenez, y una sección de Senderos Fronterizos por el mismo autor, los estudiantes  continúan  aprendiendo sobre los orígenes y el impacto de la  immigracion en los Estados Unidos y específicamente en Washington D.C. Para la ejecución de este proyecto de aprendizaje y divulgacion, La clase ha creado un proyecto llamado "Pasamos La Voz". dividiendose en tres grupos, desde donde los estudiantes estan trabajando con el objetivo de   pasar la voz sobre el fenómeno de inmigración en los Estados Unidos, las causas y consecuencias de este fenómeno y la responsabilidad de nosotros, los estudiantes de Alice Deal Middle School para cambiar esta realidad que tiene un gran impacto en  la sociedad en general.


Para nuestro proyecto estamos trabajando con organizaciones sin animo de lucro que trabajan con los inmigrantes,miembros de la comunidad e inmigrantes. Cada grupo esta asignado a un medio de divulgación diferente: un grupo esta haciendo una pagina red que incluye información sobre la inmigración local , opiniones de los estudiantes, entrevistas, galería de fotos, trabajos de escritura y otras expresiones artísticas como dibujos, canciones y poemas, un blog que describe el día a día del proyecto entre otros. Otro grupo esta haciendo un periodico llamado El Tabloide que contiene información sobre nuestro proyecto y como lo hemos creado así como información relevante sobre los inmigrantes en Washington DC, las razones por la cuales  este proyecto es importante, y como podemos ayudar con los problemas relacionados con la inmigración. Cada dia los estudiantes tienen sus propias metas de lo que van a cumplir ese día y autoevaluan su rendimiento para que puedan trabajar efectivamente. Los estudiantes estan aprendiendo a comunicarse con otras personas utilizando la tecnología del siglo XXI educando a la comunidad sobre todo que han aprendido durante el proceso de investigacion. Finalmente otro grupo de estudiantes es responsable de hacer un documental de diez minutos donde presentaran información, estadísticas, y opiniones de residentes en Washington D.C. Este proyecto es una herramienta excelente para motivarnos y ofrecernos un canal para poder usar todo lo que hemos aprendido en nuestra clase de Humanidades usando el pensamiento critico y la capacidad de análisis que nos ofrece el programa de bachillerato internacional al tiempo que estamos ayudando a los inmigrantes en los Estados Unidos. En palabras de nuestro director "este proyecto nos ofrece la oportunidad de romper barreras."


The eighth grade Spanish Humanities class at Alice Deal Middle School is currently focusing on informing others of immigrants in Washington D.C. After reading and analyzing Cajas de Cartón by Francisco Jiménez, the students continue to learn more about immigration issues in the United States, specifically in Washington DC.The class has created a project named "Pasamos La Voz" (Spread The Word). Split into three groups, the students work together to successfully spread the word on the phenomenon of immigration in the United States, the causes and consequences of this phenomenon as well as our responsibility as students of Alice Deal to change this reality that affects society in general. For our project we will work with non-government organizations, and immigrants in Washington. Each group has been given an assignment: one group is creating an online website that includes information about local immigration and a blog that describes the process of creating the project. Another group is making a newspaper named the The Tabloid that contains information about our project in general such as who created it, why the project is important, and how we can help with immigration related issues. Every day the students set goals for themselves, so that they can efficiently work and stay on task. The students are learning how to communicate with others and educate them of everything they have learned during their research process. Finally another group of students will be responsible for constructing a ten minute documentary about the opinions of local people in Washington. This project will raise awareness and help immigrants in the United States.



Staff information ...
New: Bell III schedule for Thursday 
The huge snowstorm on Thursday pushed our schedule around a bit. Since the cold and snow prohibited outside activities, we postponed the traditional Thursday Viking Time back two weeks. This week on Thursday we will have the Saakumu Dance Troupe performing in the gymnasium. Teams that are already planning a Bell III activity (such Sydney with the Embassy of Singapore) will continue with their plans; the remainder of the school will be watching the dance performance.

New:  Friday PD 

The PD session for next Friday, February 1st, are Preparing for National Board Certification in room W304, and Working with Defiant Students in room C222.

New: Wired/Wireless Internet

To improve performance of our wireless Internet, we need to make sure that all of the desktop computers are plugged into the "wired" Internet - that is, plugged into the wall. School and OCTO staff will be visiting classrooms to help with this. Teachers may need to do some classroom rearranging to ensure that computers are near the Internet outlets. 


Recycling Printer Cartridges and Batteries

Wondering what to do with your used printer cartridges and batteries? The Recycling Green Team will make sure they are recycled or disposed of in an environmentally responsible way. Please send all types of printer cartridges and batteries to Mr Winn-Ritzenberg or place them in his mailbox. Thank you for recycling.


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

Student Council meeting Rm E205

Viking Quarterly Rm W103

African Drumming club

Girls on Track - Rm E103

 school Outdoor Hoop
club - Rm W205

Ultimate Frisbee club - Rm C130 6 

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

Deal Relief Council - E104

Comic Book Creators Club-RM C203. 
International Cooking club, Group C - RM C216 

Indoor track practice to 5 pm   


Comic Book Creators to 4:30 - C203.





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

Indoor track practice to 5 pm 

Football Conditioning to 4:45 pm - Weight Area 


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
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 Français Club, to 4:30 - C308 

Literature-to-Film Festival to 5 pm - Library
Discovery Club - E101
Salva Las Focas/Save the Seals club - C314
MS Boys' Basketball game
MS Girls' Basketball game
Creative Writing - W305
Indoor track practice to 5 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 
6th grade Boys' Basketball game

6th grade Girls' Basketball game

Writing club RM W305
Socratic Club to 4:30 pm 











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 



Type Faster Now to

4:15 -W204