March 13, 2020

  • Did you know that you can access thousands of e-books, e-audiobooks, and magazines on your iPads? Get a refresher on how to access these resources on the DHMS website. Click on “Library” and then click on “Remote Access to Library Resources.” If you have any questions, ask Ms. Shanker.
  • Get ready to run! Track practice begins this coming Monday. All athletes are welcome to join. We will meet in the gym after school and practice will be finished at 4:00. All athletes need to have a physical form on file in order to participate. If you need a physical form see Ms. Dabney. Any other questions please see Ms. Schoenebeck.
  • Teachers – please check-in with your students about updating their iOS and connectivity at home. If they are having issues with connectivity please send them with a pass to Mrs. Leon in the library.
  • Did you know that hand-washing is the key to staying healthy? Everyone should wash their hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer when soap and water is not available. Wash your hands after PE, before you eat breakfast, lunch or snacks, after using the restrooms, and after touching your face or blowing your nose. Also – before you buy your lunch, please use the hand sanitizer to make sure your hands are clean.
  • There will be an information meeting for Dorothy Hamm’s New Ultimate Frisbee Club on Monday, March 16th from 2:30-3:00 in room 325. The Ultimate Frisbee Club is open to all middle school students and encourages participants of all abilities, especially new players, to join.
  • Congratulations to our Breath of Fresh Air Winners: Susan D., Essey Y., and Michael S. Susan is being brave. Essey modeled a math solution in class. Michael helped to clean up after a game. Thank you for showing respect to yourself, others and our school! Come up to the office and see Ms. Cerrud for your prizes.
  • Thought of the Day, “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do,” Eleanor Roosevelt.