Alice Deal Middle School

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The Weekly Bulletin 

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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...

We are just about to conclude one of the longest blocks of instructional weeks without a significant interruption - the time before Spring Break. This last week before school is out challenges everyone to keep their attention focused. As the 3rd grading advisory comes to a close on Friday, we are attuned to the reality that two weeks after the break the DC CAS testing season starts. Now is a great time to ask your child what she or he needs to be working on.

Many of our larger scale projects are winding down - this week National History Day took over the campus, with students in costume or in their best outfits working to impress judges with their research. Over at Wilson, the DC STEM Fair gave a forum for students to present before an entirely different set of judges. Both of these critical projects give students long-term goals to develop and strict criteria to meet. Initial results (see below for STEM) reflect well on our students.

Amid the academic hullabaloo came a fun respite - Singapore Day. Students on Team Sydney entertained the staff from the Singaporean Embassy, and the whole 6th grade met the Ambassador, Ashok Kumar Mirpuri, and his wife during lunch. The Embassy provided treats for all 430 6th graders, and then everyone dug into their noodles for a Singaporean meal. The public event concluded with a fashion show; the Ambassador stayed and met Team Sydney students after lunch.

Continuing an international theme last week was the presentation of Pasamos la Voz, a project of the 8th grade Spanish Humanities class, led by Ms. Cadavid. Now in its second year, the project focused on immigration to the United States and DC in particular. Students developed a website, a documentary, and a "tabloid" on the issue. All three powerful pieces were presented to parents and staff and were very well-received. Like the Science Fair and National History Day, Pasamos la Voz shows us that given the right motivation, skills, and commitment, our children can produce amazing work. I am attaching the link to the newspaper here, the remainder will be posted on the Deal website this week.

As the heavy rush through the 3rd advisory concludes this week, I thank the Deal families for working with their children and our teachers to keep everyone moving in the same direction.

Principal Albright

NB. The next weekly bulletin will be emailed on Sunday, April 7th (two weeks from today). Enjoy the break!
March Math Madness

During the month of March we have been highlighting mathematics at Deal. This is the final week of March Math Madness.  Congratulations to 6th grader Reese Hinkle for winning the Problem of the Week drawing!


This week's Standards for Mathematical Practice:


5.  Use appropriate tools strategically.  Mathematically proficient students consider the available tools when solving a mathematical problem. These tools might include pencil and paper, concrete models, a ruler, a protractor, a calculator, a spreadsheet, a computer algebra system, a statistical package, or dynamic geometry software.


6.  Attend to precision.  Mathematically proficient students try to communicate precisely to others. They try to use clear definitions in discussion with others and in their own reasoning.

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Bell Schedule

Monday - Bell I
Tuesday - Bell I
Wednesday - Bell T
Thursday Bell - Bell T 
Friday - Half Day Bell  
Deal Sports Game Schedule

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Upcoming Dates 

March 26
Tm Mecca to Portrait Gallery
Team Leaders

March 27
Paced Interim Assessment 4

March 28
Paced Interim Assessment 4
Costa Rica trip departs

March 29 
Records Day/End of 3rd Advisory
(students dismissed at 12:15)
China trip departs 

March 30 
France trip departs 

April 1 - 5 
Spring Break 
(no school for students/teachers)

April 9
Team Leaders

April 10
Math Dept Meeting, 3:30 pm

April 12
LSAT, 7:30 am

April 13
Saturday Detention. 9 to noon

April 15
Professional Development for Staff
(no school for students)

April 16
Emancipation Day
(No school for staff and students)

April 18 
Department Chairs, 3:30 pm

April 19
Reports Cards Issued
Spring Dance

April 22 - 30
DC CAS testing window

April 25 
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm

April 27
Saturday Detention, 9 to noon
Musical Rehearsal, 10 - 5

April 28
Musical Rehearsal, 10 - 5 

April 30
Team Leaders

Parent Meeting - Thurs 6:30

Monday: 3/25
  • Full Company 3:15 - 4:30
  • Bullfrog, Ugly, Frog Ensemble, Dance Troupe 4:30 - 5:15
Blocking Act 1 Sc 7 and 8 5:15 - 6:00 (Ugly, Cat, Ida, Father Swan, Mother Swan, Bewick, Penny, Drake, Grace, Turkey)

Tuesday 3/26
  • Dot, Greylag, (Ugly), Goose Ensemble 3:15 - 4:15
  • Blizzard Ensemble (4:15 - 5:00) 
  • Poultry Tale soloist (Drake, Ida, Cat, Maureen, Henrietta, Grace) (5:00 - 5:30) 
  • Ida and Ugly 5:30 - 6:00

Wednesday 3/27  

Dance Full Company 3:15 - 5:30 (No Duckling or Ugly)

Thursday 3/28
Dance Full Company 3:15 - 5:30 (No Duckling or Ugly)

Parent Meeting (6:30)

Friday 3/29
  • Ida and Maureen - Joy of Motherhood (12:15 - 1:00)
  • Ida and Ugly - Hold Your Head up High (1:00 - 2:00)
  • Ugly - Different and Now I've Seen You (2:00 - 3:00)
  • Ida - Every Tear a Mother Cries (3 - 3:30) 
Any questions or concerns??

Message from the Nurse - Immunization Compliance

We are asking for your assistance in ensuring your child is up to date with their immunizations.  

Each time a student receives a vaccination - please obtain a signed and stamped form indicating the vaccine was administered and send to the School Nurse. The Immunization Registry only accepts stamped and signed documentation.


For all 6th grade students- once you turn 11 years old- the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine is required. This consists of 3 doses  or you may opt out for this vaccine. Opt out forms are available online or through the School Nurse.  A one time opt-out form must be completed and sent to the Nurse if you want to delay or refuse the vaccine. See HPV Information Sheet.


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 

The Deal Library will be closed after school at 12:15 on Friday, March 29th.


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

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

Elements Fitness and Wellness Center

Discount Vacation Rentals for Deal Families

 Capitol Language Services 


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 D31 or 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 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.

Student and parent information...   


New: DC STEM Fair Results

This just in - Deal students did a tremendous job at the DC STEM Fair this Saturday. Competing against 38 other schools and 300 DC students, our Vikings did more and hold their own. Special thanks to Deal science teachers who managed this process for months, as well as to Christine Rhoads (Team Alexandria) who represented Deal at Wilson on Saturday. 


Grand Prize Winners Junior Division

2nd Place - Julius Ball-Heldman, Alexandria

3rd Place - Jack Nugent, Mecca


Category Winners in the Junior Division

  • Engineering - Emma Buzbee- 1st Place, Mecca; Henry Lent - Honorable Mention, Mecca
  • Environmental Science - Julius Ball-Heldman - 1st Place, Alexandria
  • Mathematical Sciences - Lauryn Donahue- 1st Place, Rome
  • Microbiology - Jack Nugent - 2nd Place, Mecca
  • Plant Sciences - Jonah Merriam - 2nd Place, Firenze

2013 Special Prize Winners

  • Julius Ball Heldman- "Taking Pulse of Planet" Award from the N.O.A.A., Alexandria
  • Kian Sablad- "Special Award" from the Better Family Tots to Teens Expo, Alexandria
  • Jack Nugent- 3rd Prize from the Commissioned Officers Association of United States Public Health Service, Mecca
  • Lauryn Donahue -Award Winners from Lockheed Martin 2013 DC STEM Fair, Rome
  • Emma Buzbee -Award Winners from Lockheed Martin 2013 DC STEM Fair, Mecca
  • Lauryn Donahue- Honorable Mention- Washington Statistical Society, Rome 
New: Parent Volunteers Needed for DC CAS
If you are the parent of a Deal student and are available to help out as a test monitor on any of our upcoming test dates, please contact Ms. McFarland at (202) 939-2014 or via email at [email protected] The DC CAS will be held Tuesday, April 23 to Friday, April 26 and Monday, April 29 to Thursday, May 2.


New: Group: Parents of Students with ADHD.

The next group meeting will be Tuesday, March 26, 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: Debate Team



New: Photography Club
We will have our next meeting after Spring Break on Monday, April 8. Bring your cameras!


New: Multimedia Resource for Students   
Students may follow these instructions to create their own account in Discovery Education to access to thousands of instructional videos, tutorials, and math overviews.


To login to Discovery Education, make sure the student has their DCPS Student ID number and their birth date.


1. Go to  
2. Username: 7-digit student ID # (Ex. 1234567) 
3. Password: 8-digit birth date (Ex. September 24, 2008 would be 09242008) 
4.  If you have trouble logging in, add a zero after your student ID (Ex. If 1234567 does not work try 12345670)

This Week at Deal...  


Monday - Friday: Waldo is coming!!   

Deal will be playing the Where's Waldo? game this week! Every day one student from each grade will be Waldo, and his/her peers have to try to find Waldo. To find Waldo, follow these steps:

1. Listen to clues in the AM announcements

2. When you see someone wearing Waldo's color, ask him or her about his or her clue. 

3. If you find Waldo, Waldo will give you a ticket.

4. Write your first, last name and

homeroom on the back of the ticket

5. Place the ticket in the container for your grade level outside of the Welcome Center.

6. Wait to win! One winner will be chosen from each bucket everyday!

7. Winners get a King Size Candy Bar from E200.

8. Every day winners will be placed in a new bucket for the Grand Prize: a $20 Gift Card to Chipotle. 


Monday: The Afterschool Basketball Club

The Afterschool Basketball Club will meet Monday, March 25 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: Student Council

Student Council meets every week on Mondays from 3:30 to 4:30. Homeroom teachers,

please remind your representatives to come to our meetings. 


Monday: Garden Club

Garden club will be meeting on Monday at 3:30. Come ready to get dirty! We will be planting and loosening up the dirt.


Monday: The International Cooking Club

The International Cooking Club Group C will meet on Monday, March 25, after school in room C216 (the teacher's lounge). The meeting will take place from 3:15 until 5 pm.


Monday and Wednesday: Softball Team

We have two games this week. The first is on Monday, March 25, at 4:00pm. Deal takes on Walker-Jones at Watkins Rec Center, 12 and E Streets, SE.


The second game is a home game, Wednesday, March 27, against Sousa Middle. The game starts at 4:00 pm. 


Congratulations to the following Lady Vikings!  

1. Alexis Adams

2. Shayna Brotzman

3. Margaret Buzbee

4. Sophie Geislinger

5. Emery Hankins

6. Usha Hippenstiel

7. Skylah Parker

8. Nora Parisi

9. Claire Schmitt

10.Suzanne Strauss

11.Nadia Tewolde

12.Sarah Thompson

13.Vera Walsh-Alker


Monday and Friday: Geo Plunge 2.0 

The GeoPlunge card game is back and it's better than ever! The format of the game has been redesigned for the Spring tournament on May 21. Students interested in learning the new game and preparing to compete must attend practices during ZAP on Mondays and Fridays in Rm C130.


Tuesday: Jewish Culture Club

Jewish Culture Club will be meeting this Tuesday during recess.


Tuesday and Thursday: DC Scores Soccer Announcement

The spring season of DC Scores soccer has begun! New players are welcome and encouraged to sign up. We are especially in need of girls who are interested in learning the sport and having fun. Practices will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30pm - 5:00pm, and games will be held after school every Friday. See Mr. Buda or Coaches Leo and Virginia for more information and for a registration form.

Wednesday and Thursday: PIA

All students will take the PIA on Wednesday (Reading/ELA) and Math (Thursday) this week.   Students must bring two #2 pencils, get plenty of rest, eat a good breakfast, and come to school on time prepared to do your best. We will be on a Bell T Schedule .


Thursday: Team London Study Hall

Team London Study hall will meet this Thursday, from 3:30-4:30 in E101. We will see you there!


Thursday: Outdoor Track

On Thursday, the Deal Outdoor Track Team will travel to Spingarn for their first meet of the season. The meet begins at 2:00pm.....GO VIKINGS!!

Evaluation for the IB Middle Years Program

In the fall of school year 2013-2014 representatives from the International Baccalaureate (IB) organization will visit Deal to evaluate our implementation of the Middle Years Program. Over the last several months, we have been preparing for this evaluation. The evaluation process requires the school to conduct a self-study of the program implementation. The school staff has already completed the self-study survey. After spring break, parents/guardians will be asked to participate in this survey. The evaluation process also requires student work samples from each of the subject areas to be submitted for monitoring. The administrative team would like to thank teachers for their hard work in having students complete IB assessments that were submitted last week. The final phase of preparation for the evaluation will be submission of the self-survey analysis and supporting documents by June 1, 2013.


Once again thank you to the wonderful Deal teachers for their hard work.

8th grade announcements  


STEM HS Option for 8th Gr. DCPS Students

The TransTech Academy is an exciting place to be for the 2013 - 2014 school year!  It will be housed in the newly renovated Cardozo Senior High School with state of the art classrooms and enriching and exciting career pathways in engineering, aviation and robotics/electro-mechanical technology training! Our 8th grade students will have an opportunity to apply. Anyone who is interested should contact Ms. Shirley McCall by email at [email protected] or by phone at 202-673-7753.


Key Information about 8th Gr Transition

At this time of year, many DCPS families are already thinking about their enrollment plans and options for next school year. We would like to provide families with children in transition grades, with important information regarding their DCPS school options for next year. Please read: Next Year's Enrollment Letter for 8th Grade Students 

Free Test Prep for Standardized Tests
Eighth grade students are encouraged to log onto their IGP to utilize TestGear which can help in preparing them for standardized tests like the PSAT. TestGear is offered to students beginning in 8th grade. 

National Junior Honor Society  


Returning National Jr. Honor Society Members

8th grade students who were inducted last year are encouraged to submit a returning members application. This application is due April 12th 3:30 pm to Ms. Hampton in W301. Here are details for returning members application: 

  1. See Ms. Hampton for an application
  2. Documented hours of community service are not required but encouraged.   
  3. You must include a copy of your report card for this school year.   
  4. Academic integrity will be verified with the team leader.    
  5. Good behavior will be verified with the 8th grade assistant principal, Ms. Abrams.

Students who submit a returning application will be recognized in May during the induction ceremony.  


New Applicants for Membership in NJHS


The National Junior Honor Society is more than just an honor roll. The Viking Honor Society chapter establishes rules for membership that are based upon a student's outstanding performance in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character, and citizenship. These criteria for selection form the foundation upon which the organization and its activities are built.   


Community service hours are required for all potential inductees. Potential inductees are students in the 7th or 8th grade that have maintained a 3.0 GPA. Students interested in completing the National Junior Honor Society application process must complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service. All community service must be documented.  Forms to document the service and information about the NJHS application process are available on 


Community service hours:   

1. Must be performed through a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

2. May not result in monetary compensation.

3. May not be granted during the school day.

4. Must be completed under the supervision of an adult at the agency, group or organization. This on-site supervisor must be identified and is responsible for verifying the student hours and providing on-site supervision for the service activities. The on-site supervisor may not be the student's parent or close relative.

5. Must be documented and submitted with the application by 3:30 pm April 10, 2013.    

6. Must be completed while a student at Deal Middle School.


Note: Ms. Hampton does not match students up with community service opportunities. Parents and students should research opportunities and are encouraged to use


The application and community service forms are only available online.

· Application and requirements for NJHS: 

· Community Service Requirements and Documentation Form online:

· Student community service opportunities online: 

· GPA calculation and eligibility: 7th and 8th grade counselors at the end of 2nd advisory

· General questions and concerns: Sponsor Ms. Hampton (W301) [email protected] 


Please read ALL of the information that is available online. Only complete applications will be considered. Students must give Ms. Hampton the application in hard copy format by April 10th at 3:30pm. Applications that did not follow the format will not be considered.


** NOTE parents and students are encouraged to email any questions concerning NJHS applications prior to spring break. Email responses will be limited until April 9th.


Staff information ...

Tuesday: Team Leaders Meeting Usual time, usual place - see you there!

Friday: Half-Day Schedule 
6th and 7th grade teams will be working with a math activity until 3rd period lunch; 8th grade teams will instead be in periods 1 and 2. Teachers who support a homeroom teacher should begin their day in their partner homeroom. If a supporting teacher has a 2nd period class with 8th graders, they are excused to return to their classrooms at the beginning of 2nd period.  
Discovery Education

* Teachers received e-mail and print instructions about creating accounts.

* Students may follow these instructions to create their own account (with access to thousands of instructional videos, tutorials, and math overviews)


To login in to Discovery Education, make sure the student has their DCPS Student ID number and birth date ready.


1.      Go to

2.      Username: 7-digit student ID # (Ex. 1234567)

3.      Password: 8-digit birth date (Ex. September 24, 2008 would be 092408)

4.      If your student is having trouble logging in, add a zero after their student ID (Ex. If 1234567 does not work try 12345670)


Before and After School Activities

Monday AM


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

Chinese tutoring 8 - 8:30am - Rm N111  


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


tutoring with Ms. Jackson - Rm C212 












Monday PM  


Girl Up

Rm E305


club  Rm N116

Student Council

meeting Rm E205

Viking Quarterly

Rm W103
African Drumming


Girls on Track

- Rm E103

 school Outdoor Hoop

club - Rm W205
Ultimate Frisbee
club - Rm C130

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

meeting - Auditorium


club - Rm E300

French club  to 4:30 - CG07  

Afterschool Basketball club -

W205Vikings 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, RM C216 

Comic Book Creators
to 4:30 - C203.
Outdoor Track Practice to 5 pm





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

Football Conditioning to 4:45 pm - Weight Area 

Outdoor Track Practice - 3:30 pm 5 pm  

Outdoor Track Practice to 5 pm 

Social Justice Printmaking to 4:30  - W304

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
Alexandria Library  Rm E200

Roman Holiday - Rm E204

After School Sports Rap - Rm W104

Team Santiago study hall - Rm C130

Debate Team  - Rm W100

New Student Transitions workshop 7th & 8th  

Ms. White's Office

Roman Holiday - E204

Deal Scientists club - Rm E101

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
Creative Writing - W305

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


No Afternoon Activities

(Faculty meeting)


Cheerleading practice

to 5 pm 

MWIT club

- Rm E206

Team London

Rm E104

Mathletes Rm



. to 4:30 - RM E206

TAGS 6th and 7th

graders - C130 
Spanish Club 
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 
8th Grade Model UN to 4:30 pm W304
Outdoor Track practice to 5 pm




Community Information
(Items in this section are not sponsored by Deal)

Wilson Crew Plant Sale
Spring is Just Around the Corner Support Wilson Crew by buying plants from the Wilson Crew Plant Sale! We have a wide variety of plants for sale that may be purchased online at, and you can give credit for the sale to your favorite rower. Plants will be delivered to your home on April 28, 2013.  
Duke Ellington School of the Arts Summer Arts Intensives

Looking for something fantastic to do this summer in the arts? Duke Ellington School of the Arts may be the place for you. Ellington will be offering summer arts intensives in Literary Media & Communications, Instrumental Music, Dance, Vocal Music, and Theatre. Each will have a component specifically for incoming students, with the exception of Literary Media and Communications which are open to current 6th through 8th graders.  These are great programs for any child who is motivated in the arts, especially current 7th graders that are eyeing Ellington as a high school choice.  Any interested students/parents should contact the program coordinators listed below for more details: For Dance- Charles Augins- [email protected] or 202-337-7958; for Literary Media & Communications- Mark Williams- [email protected]; for Instrumental Music- Isaac Daniel- [email protected]; for Vocal Music- Mary Jane Ayers- [email protected]; for Theatre- Dawn Naser- [email protected] A flyer for these programs is also posted outside of Ms. White's office on the first floor.

Tiger Elite Summer Basketball Camp
Please take a look at our Tiger Elite Summer Basketball Camp that will be held at Wilson SHS! It's for rising 1st - 8th graders of all levels and abilities.There is a focus on the development of basketball skills; however, each camper will also experience fun camp activities, such as arts and crafts, games, speed and agility drills, etc... We hope to see your kids there!


Shake Up Your Spring Break on Barracks Row!
The Shakespeare Theatre Company has organized a week of kid-friendly events on Barracks Row in Washington, D.C., to take place during spring break for D.C. Public Schools, April 1-5, 2013. As a part of "Shake Up Your Spring Break on Barracks Row!: Spring Break Activities sponsored by the Shakespeare Theatre Company," many businesses in this Capitol Hill neighborhood will host activities that give children a chance to think outside the box, free of cost, during their week off of school. Participating businesses/ organizations include: Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC-3, Hello Cupcake, Marine Barracks at 8th & I, Hill Center and the Corner Store. A full list of the activities can be found here: The recommended ages for the activities vary, but most of them are designed for elementary and middle school students. All activities are free, but we do require participants to sign up in advance. Registration can be done online or by calling the Education Hotline at 202.547.5688.

Spring Tennis for Alice Deal Students at Lafayette


Tennis is a great sport you can play all your life with friends and family. If you want to learn how to play tennis or develop you tennis game with your friends at Deal, we have classes for teens at 5:30 on Monday through Thursday starting April 8th right after Spring Break. Check it out at Classes are for beginners and advanced players. If you have questions you can call or text Paul Rosenbaum at 202 441-0925 or email to [email protected]


Summer Tennis Camp for Alice Deal Students at Lafayette July 15-19


You can spend a week starting or improving your tennis game during the summer at our tennis camp. We are setting July 15-19 as the week for Alice Deal students. So come with your friends or meet other Deal students during this week of fun in the sun. Check it out at  Camp is open to beginners and advanced players. If you can't make it that week, you are welcome to join any of the other camp sessions. If you have questions you can call or text Paul Rosenbaum at 202 441-0925.