Alice Deal Middle School
Think globally - Listen compassionately - Act inclusively
The Weekly Bulletin
Our school mission:
Alice Deal Middle School inspires excellence, curiosity, and compassion through intellectual and social engagement.
Principal's message to Deal students and families:
This Thursday we invite you back to Deal once again for our annual Back to School Night. The evening starts at 6:30 in your child's first period class and continues through their whole schedule. This is always a well-attended event, as parents are eager to sample what life is like at Deal (in an abbreviated fashion). There will be five minutes of passing time rather than the four that our students have in order to accommodate the extra time we need to climb the stairs or head out to the Reno building. There is more information below. But know that we truly want you here to meet our great staff and to hear about what is happening in each of the classes. This in not your only chance to hear from the teachers, but it is a wonderful place to start.
When new teachers arrive at Deal they often ask, how involved is the parent community? I find it easy to answer this question. Without question, we have an active and thoughtful Alice Deal Community Association (ADCA) and strong Local School Advisory Team (LSAT). Besides these formal bodies, we love having parents interacting with our teachers throughout the year. Starting last week and continuing forward, there are numerous pancake breakfasts, where families are invited to visit their child's homeroom and eat as much as they can. There will be an 8th grade BBQ on the 26th so that our families can play outside while eating that other famous middle school food, the hot dog. A 7th grade parents night on October 1 brings everyone up to date on that floor. Our 6th graders are not far behind with their October-festival on the 3rd of October. These family-focused events are matched up with requests for parents as judges for contests, to serve on occasion as chaperones, and to participate in curricular activities in many of our classes. We have a lot of parents at Deal and we like to see them here in the building!
There is a method to this madness, of course. Having a strong connection between parents and students and teachers is essential. This is true regardless of whether it is elementary, middle, or high school. While the nature of that interaction will differ by child and by age, parenting calls for involved families at each stage of the child's education. Whereas in elementary school there was more need for room parents, at the middle school the parent is still present but focused on building an academically independent child. As I have stressed at other times, parents must know where their children are and what they are doing. That is more important in my book then designing what they are doing. At the high school level (not that far for some of you) involvement differs but shouldn't be avoided. This might take the shape of longer conversations, a keener focus on student responsibilities, but it should always include a thoughtful message about expectations and responsibilities delivered consistently and with love.
Finally, a most Deal solution to a regular middle school problem. The lost and found of any school is a sad place. We try to find ways to reconnect your child with that jacket, lanyard, lunchbox, or even shoe, but they still pile up with regularity. Now we have a lost-found photo display on our school website! (Check out the box on this email at the lower left for the actual address.) We will try and display what we have found in our common areas and, if you are wondering where that extra t-shirt did go, perhaps you can find it in this special place. After some reasonable amount of time, we will liberate all lost and found items and give them to someone who might also need them. So, check out the camera and let us know if you find the missing something!
I hope to see you on Thursday night at 6:30.
NB. Clubs are still being added. Some activities, like Cooking Club, are working to identify a partner business since Whole Foods had to scale back their involvement. As these clubs come on line, they will be added to our master list at the bottom of the bulletin.
September 17th, 6:30 - 9:30pm
As your child may tell you, middle school is a full time job! Join us Thursday, September 17th from 6:30 - 9:30 pm to meet your student's teachers and learn about the daily life of your middle school student. Parents will follow their student's schedule as they participate in an abbreviated school day to learn about class content, projects, homework, transitions, lunch, and everything else that makes our time in middle school exciting. Your child will bring home a sheet with their daily schedule on it the day of Back-to-School Night; we will also have staff to provide directions throughout the building.
- There is no general session; we start right in with our first period class.
- The first class starts at 6:30; there will be five minute breaks between classes for families to move to the next class.
- Parking is always challenging.
- This is a great opportunity to meet your child's teachers and hear about the curriculum in each class. It is not a great opportunity to meet individually with any teacher; Parent-Teacher Conference day is coming up on October 19.
Team Leaders (Grade) 8:10 am
ALT - 3:30pm
Back to School Night
6:30 - 9:20
Student Council Officer Elections
Hemlock Field Trip - Montevideo
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm
England/Italy Trip Interest Mtg,
Movie Night, 6:30 pm
8th Grade Community BBQ,
Noon - 2:00 m
Hemlock Field Trip - Taipei
Hemlock Field Trip - Dakar
Hemlock Field Trip - Quito
WTU meeting, 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Saturday Academy, 9 - 12 noon
6th Grade October Festival
10 - 2pm
ADCA General Meeting
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Team Leaders, All 8:10 am
ADCA General Mtg, 6:30 pm
No school for students
Detention, 9:00 - Noon
No school for students and staff
Buddy Day - Hearst
EAP Diplomatic Tea 4 - 6 pm
ELA Unit Assessment 1
Faculty Meeting, 3:30 pm
ELA Unit Assessment 1
SCAC Meeting, 7:30 pm
Parent/Teacher Conference Day
(No school for students)
High School Night
Team Leaders, Gr Level 8:10 am
Buddy Day Murch
Mix-It-Up at Lunch Day
Open House, 9 am to 1 pm
End of 1st advisory
Students dismissed at 12:15 pm
Politics and Prose Book Fair
Media Center News
Before School 8:00 - 8:40 am
After School 3:30 - 5:00 pm
The Deal Library will be open after school (3:15-5pm) every day but Thursday this week.
Students are welcome for independent reading and homework. Please review the expectations and complete the permission slip available in the Library or on our website Alice Deal Library Pass.
IB Middle Years
Last week our 6th grade parents joined us for two nights of outstanding workshop experiences. The International Baccalaureate presentation, led by Ms. A. Brown, provided parents with an overview of the Middle Years Program and how it is currently being implemented at Deal. This information applies to all students and teachers. If you'd like to review the presentation, please download the pdf from the following link:https://goo.gl/EEt1tl
Here is a link to the bus route schedule.
If an issue occurs with your designated school transit service, below are the contacts at Metro who can help:
(D31, D33, and D34)
Superintendent Priscilla Alston: (202) 962-5808
Assistant Superintendent Frank Machado: (202) 962-5809 (direct)
(Morning D32s, one of the afternoon D32s)
Superintendent Jackie Smith: (202) 379-8787; mobile: (202) 962-8785
Assistant Superintendent Amit Tonse: (202) 379-8787 mobile: (202) 570-6728
For longer-term bus planning needs (i.e., requests for new transit services, ongoing crowding, etc.), contact Kristine Marsh at (202) 962-6088 or [email protected]
As always, please send an email about bus problems or concerns to [email protected]
Have you lost something during the school day? Check out the lost and found section of the website (http://alicedeal.org/lost-found/
) for photos of items found in common areas at Deal, including in the cafeteria, field, and gallery. Lost items will be kept for approximately two weeks before they are donated. To claim an item, please ask a staff member in the cafeteria to guide you to the lost-and-found.
We make an effort to identify labeled items and make announcements for students to pick these up in the Welcome Center. Please help us by putting your full name on all lunch boxes, back-packs, and other items you bring to school on a regular basis.
Don't see what you've lost? Most classrooms have individual lost-and-found areas. Consider checking in with your teachers. You can also stop by the lost-and- found in the cafeteria as not all items may be pictured.
World Language Trips
Each year, our 8th grade students have the opportunity to participate in one of three amazing world language trips over spring break. Sign-ups are live now and information about interest meetings and scholarships will be shared in the bulletin soon.
For more information, please check out these links:Costa Rica
and enter tour number 1697148BA
or email [email protected]France
and enter tour number 1687377BTChina
and enter tour number 1692201BH or email[email protected]
These trips are a memorable experience and we encourage all families to consider participating. To learn more about past trips, visit AliceDeal.org
and check out our travel blogs!
6th Grade Parent Workshops
We were very excited to welcome over 300 parents to our 6th Grade Parent Workshops last week. A special thank you to our administrators, custodians and presenters:
Ms. van der Horst
6th Grade October-festival
All 6th grade families are invited to join us on Saturday, October 3 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm for our 1st Annual October-festival. This will be an opportunity for the entire 6th grade community to celebrate an awesome beginning of the school year with food, folks, and fun. Stay tuned for details.
6th Grade Hemlock Field Trip
All 6th grade students will participate in our 13th annual community-building outdoor educational enrichment activity at Hemlock Overlook Center in Clifton, Virginia this month. At Hemlock, students participate in physical activities designed to help them form relationships with their peers and teachers. Through these activities, students get to know each other better and gain trust in each other.
On the day of the activity, students should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that they won't mind getting dirty and sneakers or footwear that is appropriate for a day in the woods. Students are also encouraged to bring a poncho or raincoat in case of rain. Flip flops, sandals, large earrings, long necklaces, and accessories will not be allowed. Students should pack a lunch with a couple of bottles of water.
On the day of their trip, students should arrive to school by 8:00 am so that our buses can leave on time. Students will return to Deal by 6:30 pm.
Student & Parent Information
Edline is up and running! Student progress reports and class calendars will update at the beginning of each school week. Returning Edline users will use the same account information as last year to access the system. New Edline users should have already received an account activation handout. If you need support for your Edline account or have questions about the system, please email [email protected].
New: Sailing Club Sign-Up Live
Ahoy! It's time to hit the water for our fall sailing season on the Southwest Waterfront. Our first trip on September 22nd will be on DC Sail's 65-foot schooner, The American Spirit
and is our largest trip of the year. All other trips will take place on smaller Flying Scots
. Please sign up
for the trips you plan to attend and pick up your permission slip from Ms. Law in room E101. No experience is necessary and these trips fill quickly so sign up now!
New: Run Girls Run!
Run Girls Run is a running group for girls where all running levels are welcome! The club is chaperoned by Ms. Acharya, Ms. Quinn, Ms. Milikin, and Ms. Anderson. The club will meet Monday, September 14th in room W306 from 3:30 - 4:15 pm. Please wear gym attire and sneakers.
New: Deal Scrabble Club
The Deal Scrabble Club is back for another year of triple-word scores. Students learn all about competitive Scrabble, from the 105 two-letter words to "rack management" and how to find "bingos." Coached by Deal parent Stefan Fatsis, the author of the book Word Freak about the world of competitive Scrabble, the club hosts two tournaments a year with students from around the region. Some members even compete in the North American School Scrabble Championship in the spring! The Scrabble club will meet on Mondays after school. An introductory meeting will be held on Monday, September 14th in the cafeteria.
New: Team Dakar Pancake Breakfasts
The Team Dakar teachers would like to introduce ourselves and welcome you to the team with breakfast. We will make the pancakes and provide the drinks and toppings! Each pancake breakfast will take place on a Friday morning from 7:30 - 8:00 am in Ms. Law's room (E101). The date of the breakfast is determined by your student's homeroom teacher:
Ms. Hailfinger - September 25th
Ms. Lewis & Ms. Fullington - October 2nd
Ms. Culp - October 16th
New: Concert and Jazz Bands
If you are interested in joining Concert Band or Jazz Band, please sign up using the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/VTLmhQQMEF
Concert Band will meet every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7:45 - 8:35 am. Our first rehearsal will be Tuesday, September 15th in room CG20. We will sign out instruments during this rehearsal and go over the plan for the year.
Jazz Band will meet every Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Audition materials and sign ups will be posted outside room CG20 on Monday, September 14th. Auditions will be held Tuesday, September 22 and rehearsals will begin Tuesday, September 29.
New: Concert Choir
Concert Choir will start Monday, September 14th at 7:45 am. No audition is required! Please just bring a binder to hold your music. If you haven't signed up for the music department, please do so using the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/RjGQb2ObMX
New: Vocal Ensemble
Vocal Ensemble starts September 22nd and 23rd. All students must sign up for a hearing time with Mr. McKeithen to participate. This is NOT an audition. Mr. McKeithen needs to hear the voices he will be working with so that he can choose and arrange appropriate music. Please sign up for a time on the bulletin boardoutside of Mr. McKeithen's room (CG21). Below are the requirements for your hearing:
1) Choose a small portion of any song that best shows off your vocal ability.
2) Find and learn the song "America the Beautiful". Sing it in the key you feel is most comfortable.
3) You will be asked to sight read. Don't be intimidated! If you don't know how, it's okay. The goal is that you try! At Deal, we are risk-takers!
Team Dakar Study Hour
Team Dakar students looking to continue their growth in their Team Dakar classes are invited to join us after school on Tuesdays for Team Dakar Study Hour. Students will work on assignments, meet with teachers for help with class content, and use their peers as a resource. Team Dakar Study Hour will begin on Tuesday, September 8th and take place every week on Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Ms. Hailfinger's room (E104). Bring your GRIT and GROWTH MINDSET for optimal success!
Chancellor's Parent Cabinet Applications
A select number of openings are available on the Chancellor's Parent Cabinet to replace the positions of Cabinet members with terms ending this fall. Parents are selected to serve on the Cabinet based on the ward in which they live. Additional openings for other wards will open next year. Positions are available in Wards 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, and 8. Similar to the Teacher Cabinet and Principal Cabinet, the Parent Cabinet engages in meaningful dialogue with the Chancellor and the DCPS Leadership Team. To apply, parents can go to http://dcps.dc.gov/page/chancellors-parent-cabinet-become-member. If you would like to recommend parents for consideration, please contact [email protected] or (202) 442-8824. Applications are due October 1st.
8th Grade Art Students
All 8th grade art students are required to have an IB Sketchbook. Please bring in $10 as a check (payable to Alice Deal Middle School) or cash. All money must be paid by Friday, September 4th. Please see your art teacher privately if this is a hardship and we will work it out.
Peer Mediation Program Begins
Sign-up in Ms. White's office (Room C302) starting this week to join this peacemaking opportunity. The peer mediation program is recruiting students from all three grades who have been trained in the process of peer mediation or have a desire to help students in the community better handle conflict. Interested students should stop by Ms. White's office this week to sign up and receive information about the program. Please feel free to reach out to Ms. White by email at [email protected]or by phone at (202) 939-2012 with any questions. Come join us and help our community safely resolve conflict through mediation!
Join Wilson Crew!
Did you know that 8th graders can join the Wilson High School Crew team? Come learn about Wilson Crew and the Learn to Row Program at an information meeting on Thursday, September 8th at Wilson HS. Learn to Row is a two-week program September 14th to 25th, running Monday through Thursday, from 4:30- 6:30 pm at the Thompson Boathouse on the Georgetown Waterfront. Beginning rowers will learn rowing safety, boat handling, and the basics of the rowing stroke and will be introduced to the rigor and teamwork that characterizes Wilson Crew. After the preliminary two weeks, 8th graders have the option of participating in the Novice Fall Program. For more information or to be added to our mailing list for announcements regarding the Learn to Row Program, please contact Kathryn O'Brien at
8th Grade BBQ!
Mark your calendar for our ever-popular 8th grade family BBQ on Saturday, September 26th from noon - 2:00 pm. We will provide burgers, chips, drinks, and fun. Families are welcome to bring a side or dessert, but we really just want to see you! Join us for this fun chance to meet the 8th grade family.Contact Information
Do you have compliments, questions or comments? Let the 8th grade team know:
Ms. DeAngelis - Social Worker [email protected]
Ms. White - Counselor[email protected]
Mr. Rottman - Assistant Principal[email protected]
This Week at Deal...
If you enjoy learning about US Geography and playing card games, this group is for you! GeoPlunge is a fun and competitive team-based card game where students learn about the 50 states. Any interested 6th grade student is invited to attend our first meeting during recess (GRIT time) on Monday in Mr. Martini's room (C130). On Monday after eating lunch, students should listen for Ms. Neal to make an announcement to release students for GeoPlunge.
Monday: Art of the Month Club
Join Ms. Kim and Ms. Kouri to create a unique month-long artwork using a specific "material of the month"! September's book-making project is inspired by the Chinese folk art of thread books (Zhen Xian Bao). Stop by C205 to learn this traditional folk art Mondays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm.
Monday: Podcast Club
Do you like to listen to and tell stories? Do you like to interview people about their lives? Join Podcast Club with Ms. Culp and Ms. Dziato on Monday, September 14th in E207. We will listen to and discuss our favorite podcasts and make plans to create podcasts of our own!
Monday: African Drumming
African Drumming will be held in CG21 on Monday, September 14th from 3:30-4:30pm.
Monday: Girl Club
Girl Up! will begin on Monday, September 14th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Ms. Huber's room (W305). Join us to kick off our year fundraising for girls' education across the globe and educating the Deal community about empowerment, equality, and access worldwide. Boys and girls of all grade levels are welcome!
Monday: Open Studio Club
Open Studio Club will not meet this week on Monday, September 14th. We will resume on Monday, September 21st.
Monday: The After School Outdoor Club
The After School Outdoor Basketball Club will meet on Monday, September 14th at 3:30 pm behind the school on the court next to the Cottage. If there is rain, we will meet with Mr. Namian in Room E207.
Tuesday: Dance Club
Dance Club will meet on Tuesday, September 15th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm with Ms. Anderson. Dancers should bring a change of clothes that will allow them to move freely! If you missed the informational meeting, please feel free to join this week!
Tuesday: Poetry Café
Are you looking for a fun, positive space to read and discuss poetry from diverse poets? How about performing your own personal works? Join the Poetry Cafe on Tuesday, September 15th, from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Room C222, to learn more! All grade levels are welcome.
Tuesday: Team Dakar Study Hour
Team Dakar students looking to continue their growth in their team classes are invited to join us after school on Tuesdays for Teak Dakar Study Hour. Students will work on assignments, meet with teachers, and work with their peers. Team Dakar Study Hour will take place every week on Tuesdays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in Ms. Hailfinger's room (E104). Bring your GRIT and GROWTH MINDSET for optimal success!
Tuesday: Coloring Club
In our technologically minded world it is easy to get swept away and overlook the age-old benefits of coloring pages. A child can learn a lot from coloring! Join Ms. Smith and Ms. Farrar every other Tuesday, beginning September 15th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm to explore this fascinating genre and reap the benefits of young adult coloring. We look forward to sharing the time with you!
Wednesday: Sports Rap
Sports Rap is a club where students come together to discuss, debate, and offer their opinions about current events in the world of sports. Students discuss the latest ESPN Sports Nation polls and have the opportunity to select and watch highlight videos.
We meet in Mr. Burt's room (W100) on Wednesdays from 3:30 - 4:30.
Wednesday: 7th and 8th grade Model UN
Model UN Club for 7th and 8th graders will meet on Wednesday from 3:30 - 4:30 pm in RG03.
Wednesday: Comic Book Club
Attention 6th grade students! Do you like comic books? If so, join Mr. Siddiqui on Wednesday, September 16th in room N103 to discuss all things related to comic books! Feel free to bring in some of your own comics to share with the group.
Wednesday: Robotics Club
Robotics Club Practice Begins on Wednesday, September 16th in room CG07 from 3:30 - 4:45 pm with Dr. Slocumb. Come learn how to design, build, and program robots!
Thursday: Calligraphy & Tea
Learn how to write Arabic Calligraphy while sampling unique teas from around the world. Students will discover about different cultures and customs as they sample tea from England, Japan, the Middle East, Africa, and more! The club meets Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm with Ms. Thomas and Ms. Hasan in room C213.
Friday: Book Club
Book club meets every Friday in E105. Ms. Culp looks forward to seeing both veteran and new book club members!
Deal Athletics ...
All Deal athletics require students to have a completed consent form, emergency contact information, and a Universal Health Certificate. These forms can be found at
Runners, congratulations on a great first three weeks of practice! Families, we have surpassed the maximum number of email addresses Gmail will allow us to Bcc before the email gets rejected by the servers. Therefore, all communication from here on out with be through TeamSnap. If you have not yet been able to sign in to your child's account and add your email address, please do so ASAP. We will use this website to communicate about practices, ask you to indicate which meets you are able to attend, and ask you to sign up to contribute refreshments for meets. It is imperative that every runner be a member of our team and that every runner have a parent or guardian's email address associated with his or her account. If you need technical assistance, please email [email protected]
to ask us!
New and returning ultimate frisbee players are invited to practice this Tuesday from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. We will meet in Mr. Harkin's room R101 immediately after school. Remember to wear athletic clothing and bring a water bottle - it is hot outside! Players need to have signed and return the "Consent to Participate" and "Emergency Information" forms in order to practice with us. The forms can be found at http://dcps.dc.gov/sports.
Practice begins this week on Tuesday (9/15), Wednesday (9/16), and Friday (9/18) from 3:30 - 4:45 pm. All athletics forms (including the physical) must be turned in for students to participate on the team this season.
New: 4th Annual Staff Art Show!
Attention Deal teachers and staff: It's time to show off your hidden talents and inner artist to the Deal community! Please submit paintings, photographs, textile and metal crafts, drawings, and other artistic work to Ms. Kouri in C205 for the annual staff art show. All work will be displayed in the glass cabinets on the first floor and will be returned at the end of October.
Thursday: Team Leaders
Team leaders will meet with their grade-level administrators at 8:10 am.
The Academic Leadership Team will meet in the conference room at 3:30 pm.
Thursday: Back to School Night
Don't forget to mark your calendars for back-to-school night at 6:30 pm on September 17th.
Friday: 6th Grade Meeting
The 6th grade teachers will meet in room C104 at 8:10 am.
Alice Deal Club/Activities
(Clubs continue to be added)
|Baseball||Gym||Monday - Friday ||AM/PM|
|African Drumming||CG21||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Art of the Month Club||C205||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Caribbeans on Board||E103||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Dance Club||C128||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Future Teacher Club||R102||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Girl Up Club||W 305||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|International Cinema Club||R109||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Meditation||CG06||Monday||3:30 to 4:30|
|Muay Thai Fundamentals and Fitness||TBA||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Open Studio||C224||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Outdoor After School Basketball Club||Cottage||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Podcast Club||E207||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Run Girls Run!||W306||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Scrabble Club||Cafeteria||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Sixth Grade Soccer Club||E104||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Student Council||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|The Poetry Cafe||C222||Monday||3:30 - 4:30|
|History through the city||E307||Monday (alt.)||3:30-5:30|
|Peer Mediation||C302||Monday and Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Concert Choir||Auditorium||Monday, Wednesday, and Friday||7:45 - 8:30 am|
|Cross Country||Reno Park||Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday||3:30-5:00|
|Ultimate Frisbee||R101||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Debate - Beginning||R103||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Board Games||TBD||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Crocheting/Knitting Club||E207||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Power Walking Club||C302||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Science Fair Help||E201||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Speech||W101||Tuesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Adult Coloring||W307||Tuesday (alt.)||3:30 - 4:15|
|Jazz Band||CG20||Tuesday and Thursday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Debate - Advanced||E200||Tuesday and Thursday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Vocal Ensemble||CG21||Tuesday and Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Concert Band||CG20||Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Comic Book Club||N103||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Creative Writing Club||E106||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|D.I.Y. Club||W105||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Model UN Club||RG03||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Robotics Club||CG07||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:45 pm|
|Scrapbooking & Collage||C104||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Sports Rap||W100||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Student Congress||E200||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|World Language Newspaper and Culture Club||C314||Wednesday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Calligraphy & Tea||C213||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30|
|Gay - Straight Alliance||W207||Thursday (alt.)||3:30-4:30|
|#FindYourPark||TBA||Saturday||10:00 - Noon|
|Photography (Motography-the art of travel photography)||TBA||TBD||3:30 - 4:30|
|Sailing Club||E101||TBD||3:30 - 4:30|
|Vinyl Club||W300||TBD||3:30 - 4:30|
(Items in this section are not sponsored by Deal)
Flag Football in NW this fall!
For K-7th grades on Sundays. Deal students use promo code "VikingStar" for a 50% discount. Please call 202-468-1516 or visit www.FlagStarFootball.com for details.