Parent Council Leadership Nominations – Apr 20

Are you interested in joining the DMS Parent Council Leadership Team?

We are looking for parents that want to help build a vibrant and welcoming community at DMS. Check out some of the opportunities available on the DMS Parent Council Page – 

DMS Parent Council Leadership Positions

Parent Council Nomination Form

All jobs can be done as a team, find a friend and join the fun. Nominations are due April 20th.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Pam Hopkins 602.818.4184  at zdesigns@cox.net

Yearbook Needs Photos

Have you captured some beautiful DMS moments on film?

The 11th Grade Class is in charge of composing and creating this year’s yearbook and would appreciate any help in collecting photos!  

If you have any photos, send them to yearbookphotos@desertmarigold.org. 

Thank you for your help! 

Circus WaldorkUs – Apr 21

Come See the Circus WaldorkUs Performance

This Saturday at 7:30pm – Under the Big Top Tent in the High School

6:30 – 7:15 – Circus Open House

Invite friends, neighbors, and bring the entire family to try out juggling, wire-walking, rola-bola and other circus skills with the help of coaches and club members.

7:30 – 8:30 – Circus Club Show

Please park at George Gervin School or in the DMS Staff Parking lot off 26th Street & Lynn Lane. No parking in Main DMS Lot due to another event.

Circus WaldorkUs Circus Performance April 21st in Eurythmy Room. 
6:30 – 7:15 – Circus Open House
Invite friends, neighbors, and bring the entire family to try out juggling, wire-walking, rola-bola and other circus skills with the help of coaches and club members.
7:30 – 8:30 – Circus Club Show
Please park at George Gervin School or in the DMS Staff Parking lot off 26th Street & Lynn Lane. No parking in Main DMS Lot due to another event.

DMS – No Place for Hate School Assembly – Apr 25

Dear DMS Community,

We have been working to have Desert Marigold designated as a “No Place for Hate School”.

Our final school wide activity will be April 23 – 25.

We are asking that all students will wear:

Warm colors on Monday 4/23:
Red is for LOVE,
Orange is for COMPASSION,
Yellow is for KINDNESS

Cool colors on Tuesday 4/24:
Blue is for ACCEPTANCE
Green is for RESPECT
Purple is for FAIRNESS

If students do not have these colors, braided bracelets will be available. On April 25th we will have an all school assembly and the students may wear any of these colors.

This final activity is being organized by the Peer Leadership, World of Difference students in the high school. The first activity was for every student to sign a promise, or resolution of respect. These are hanging on the barn wall near the entrance to school. The next activity was to have every student draw on post cards to Waldorf schools all over the world! This is in connection with 100 years of Waldorf education. The latest activity was the Friendship assembly that was held on February 14th, Valentine’s Day, where many classes sang, played, or spoke poems about friendship, unity, community and getting along.

If you would like more information about any of this, feel free to contact me.

Pax Piper, Director of Curriculum and Instruction

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