ECOFRIENDLY LUNCH DAY
Friday, August 29th
Pack a waste free lunch!
Join in the fun activities to help us learn ways to reduce waste!
Activities will be held during elementary lunch recess!
For more information on waste free lunches, visit http://www.wastefreelunches.org/
To help our students learn more about waste free lunches and overall waste reduction, including the recycling program at school, our 10th grade environmental science students will visit the elementary classes with fun lesson and activities on Monday, August 25th and Tuesday, August 26th.
SPECIAL SCHOOL VISITOR – We are cordially inviting all DS parents to come and meet Mr. Mike Sexton, representative of the Overseas Schools Project in the Department of State, which provides support for schools attended by children of US Embassy personnel. Mr. Sexton is currently Vice President for Enrollment Management at Santa Clara University and has been in college admissions for thirty-six years. He would love to meet you over coffee this coming Thursday, Aug. 28. At 8:00 a.m., in the Library. Hope to see you there!
EARLY DISMISSAL ON WEDNESDAY – We want to remind our parents and students that this Wednesday is the first professional development day for teachers this school year. On this Wednesday (as with every last Wednesday of each month) the students will be dismissed at 11:45 so our teachers can work on trainings and curriculum work. Please make sure you make the necessary arrangements for this early dismissal. We will follow AM Schedule.
For Middle and High School only:
MATH OLYMPICS CLUB – First informative meeting this Monday, August 25 during lunch. All students interested from grades 7 – 12 are invited. Come to Room # 6
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Professional Development For Teachers
Early Dismissal for Students 11:45 a.m.
Mr. Mike Sexton Visit @ 8:00 a.m. in the Library.
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Special Teachers’ Grades due on the Midterm Reports
Teachers’ Grades due on the Midterm Reports
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Independence Day Celebration
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