Humble Hive Parent Education Group – Oct 30


A Peer Lead (all things Waldorf) Parent Education Group offered every last Tuesday evening of the month from 7:00 to 8:30 in the Eurythmy room

Have you ever wondered “Why Waldorf?” Let’s discover it together. Every month we will have a new topic. If you’re in Early Childhood, the Grades, High School or just have a healthy curiosity about Waldorf Education….this might just be the little gem you were looking for.

Ms. Rachel Schmid is this month’s guest.

Join us as we get to peek into to the life of growing up Waldorf, experience a bit of Eurythmy and discover how it TRULY is the “Total Work Out” Mind, Body, and SPIRIT!

It takes such great COURAGE as a parent, to offer your child the gift of a Waldorf Education. Waldorf Education often speaks of meeting the child where they are at. Can we speak of meeting the parent where they are at??

What to bring:

Curiosity, Open Hearts AND MINDS…maybe a Notebook and Pen.

$5 Donation @ Door-ZOOM may donate online re:HumbleHive
(Baby in arms, welcome)

RSVP(on DMS Chat)
Unable to physically attend and participate…

virtually attend via ZOOM and listen in,
on a first come first serve basis.
Join via ZOOM with meeting ID
To join the meeting go to ZOOM.US or add the zoom app on your smartphone.

Happy to answer any questions,

Parent Teacher Conferences – No School Nov 1-2

Parent Teacher Conferences

NO SCHOOL – Nov 1 & 2

Reminders: Please arrive on time for your scheduled conference. NO SCHOOL –  November 1st and 2nd. There is NO CHILDCARE available on campus on Thursday and Friday. No children may be left unattended on campus.

Early Childhood

Sky, Moon and Starflowers: Sign up on the paper sheet posted in your child’s classroom. 

Sunflowers: (Please see teacher for online sign up link)


Conference Dates and Times vary, please see the link below or see your child’s class teacher. 

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3 (see your class teacher)
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6 (see your class teacher)
Grade 7
Grade 8 (see your class teacher)

High School

HS Conferences 12:00-3:00 – Thursday, November 1

Classroom Snack Supply

Dear Families,

As you know, some of our DMS students face occasional or regular food insecurity and we do not currently have a school lunch program to support them.

The Hope and Help Committee, along with Parent Council and Student Support Services, hold periodic drives for grocery store gift cards and maintain a food supply in the administration office to benefit these children and their families.

To further bolster these efforts, your classrooms now have snack containers where we can store other non-perishable snacks such as granola bars, fruit leather, and crackers so students do not need to leave their classrooms to grab a snack from the office.

With your additional support through donations to your classroom’s snack bins we can further meet our students needs.

Thank you for your help!

Register for Firebirds Dance Club – Fri, Oct 19

Sign up for the Firebirds Dance Club!

Who: HS Students Grades 9-12

When: Fridays after school from 3:30-5pm

Start Date: Friday, October 19

Where: HS English Room

Fee: $50 per student

Contact the Dance Instructor for any additional information: Michelle Grant,

The goal of this club is to bring students together and let them express themselves through varying types of dance, both partnered and not. Students will be exposed to a wide variety of dance practices to give them a deeper appreciation and knowledge of the world of dance. The students will learn a brief history of the dance form focused on at that time, and practice the basics of that form. Students will also learn and create combinations to keep their memory sharp, and their creativity flowing.

Dress: Wear clothes you can move in, no skirts or dresses. Pants and longer shorts preferred. No crop tops or shirts that will move a lot while dancing. Comfortable Tennis shoes for hip hop, and bare feet for other styles.

Note: There may be possible field trips to open dance nights or dance performances. There may be an additional fee to participate in these activities. 

**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.**


*Space is limited and will be offered on a first come first serve basis – must have 10 participants minimum to start club.