Thank you to all of the students, parents,
staff and community members
who did a magnificent job hosting the Medieval Games.
What we accomplish together is amazing!
Classes will compete in a friendly race to collect the most Box Tops by April 1st.
Collection will begin on March 1st – start clipping and saving those Box Tops!
The class with the most Box Tops collected will be gifted a pizza party!
Important things to know:
– the box tops do not need to be cleanly cut to be turned in
– you must be able to see the expiration date for submission
– expired Box Tops can not be submitted and can be disposed of
Once we send in all of our Box Tops, our school will receive a check, and the winning class can vote on what DMS project/need gets the funds.
So send your box tops in with your student. Your class rep will have a collection box available in the classroom.
Dear DMS Community,
Thank you for your all of your time and dedication to our school. DMS is very fortunate to have such a truly wonderful community! We recognize that it has been challenging to navigate a new system by which we are able to track volunteer hours and we appreciate your commitment to learning how to use Galaxy. That said, we are here to help! Please review and save the information and resources provided below and contact Laura Heaney if you need further assistance.
The New Volunteer System – Galaxy Digital
Volunteers are a true gift to our school, not only by the work they do, but by the hours they log. Properly logged volunteer hours mean our school has the opportunity to get more funds into the classroom!
VISIT THE NEW HELP SECTION HERE to get all of your questions answered! An account with Galaxy Digital is not required to view these help pages. You can learn about:
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Still Need More Help?
Use the General Contact Form to:
Humble Hive – Parent Education Group
Creating Inner Strength in Children
Mr. Michael D’Aleo
Tue, Feb 26 @ 7-8:30pm
in the Eurythmy Room
Every year, the upperclassmen at our High School, have the gift of being taught by an internationally renowned traveling Waldorf teacher, Michael D’Aleo. Come see why he has become so endeared to the High School and hear him speak about…
How to create a safe environment, while simultaneously creating the conditions where the child develops Strength and Tenacity for overcoming obstacles.
For more information and Zoom information, please see the flyer below or contact: email@example.com
*Humble Hive Parent Group suggests a $5 donation at the door to cover expenses.
Mr. Michael D’Aleo is teaching main lesson seminar blocks in electricity and magnetism, projective geometry, optical physics, and astronomy in the 11th and 12th grades.
Michael D’Aleo lectures nationally and internationally on the topics of science, education and environmental issues and is a founding member of the Saratoga Experiential Natural Science Research Institute (SENSRI) as the Director of Research.
He was a co-founder of the high school at the Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs where he taught physical science and astronomy. Mr. D’Aleo is also an instructor of Waldorf School physical science teachers at The Center for Anthroposophy as well as a guest teacher at various teacher training institutions and Waldorf Schools.
Mr. D’Aleo has a Mechanical Engineering degree and a Masters degree in Education. Mr. D’Aleo is co-author of the book Sensible Physics Teaching, a guide for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade educators to teach physics in a manner relevant to the experience of the students. He is also the author of Embracing Materialism and Letting It Go – An experiential guide to overcoming an object-based world conception.
Please join the 8th grade Wednesday, February 27, 2019 for our second group of 8th grade project presentations. The evening will begin at 5:00 pm in the 8th grade classroom. The entire community is welcome to attend the presentations.
This is the second of three evenings which are spread throughout the year. The next scheduled presentation evening will be April 25, 2019.
Please join us for a memorable evening of presentations. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Event: 8th Grade Project Presentations II
Place: 8th Grade Classroom
Date: Wed, Feb 27th
Time: 5:00 pm