Register for Archery Club – Starts Oct 17

Register for Archery Club – Begins Tuesday, October 17th  (3:30 – 4:45) until April 10th. 

Open to Students in Grades 6-12.

Experienced and new archers welcome!

Space is limited.*

Would you like to improve your archery skills and have fun along the way?  Sign up to learn the steps to make you a stronger, more competent archer.  We’ll learn safety, equipment, proper form and balance, aiming, mental preparation and breathing techniques.

Please bring a water bottle and maybe an afterschool snack.

Scott Wagy has been our Archery Club Instructor since 2015. He has over 40 years of archery experience and is a certified level-two instructor with USA Archery. He is currently working towards the level-three training for preparing archers for competition.

*Coaching Note: Coaching archery is a hands on endeavor. Scott will need to put his hands on the students shoulders, wrists, hands, backs, waists and heads. He does this with the utmost respect, and in a non-threatening way.  This is strictly for alignment reasons, and it is common in our sport. If anyone finds this uncomfortable, please let Scott know.

Fees: $210

*Space is limited to 10 participants and will be offered on a first come first serve basis

For more information: Deana Douglas

Steps to Enroll (student may not participate until all steps are complete):

  • Complete the Registration Form (button below)
  • Pay Fees online or in the school office (if financial hardships arise, please contact the office for scholarship assistance). Note that the fees may be applied to AZ Tax Credits.

Archery Club Registration

Click here for the 2017-18 Archery Calendar

Thank you from HS

BIG shout-out to the DMS Community for helping the High School get ALL of our students to The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Play. It was AMAZING and we could NOT have done it, without the ADDITIONAL help from the GRADES Parents. THANKS for the LOVE…YOU GUYS ROCK!

Parent Ed: Cyber Civics Thank You & Follow-Up

Dear Friends,
Thank you for attending the “Left To Their Own Devices: Helping Our Children Navigate the Digital World” presentation at Desert Marigold School last week. I appreciate the fact that you took time out from your busy schedules to learn more about this important topic. As a follow-up, here is your copy of the presentation and handouts.
Please feel free to share this information with your community and don’t forget to visit Cyberwise (aka, “No Grownup Left Behind“) for free resources for parents and teachers. We’ve added you to our newsletter list, but feel free to unsubscribe at any time if you do not find value in it.
I really enjoyed my time with you, please reach out if you have any questions.
Thanks again,
Diana Graber
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