Now that we are back to school and well into September, the library is busy with fall literature explorations.
What a superb 2022/2023 school year!
DMP fourth graders built Rube Goldberg machines to turn on and LED flashlights they created.
In Spanish class, fifth-graders taste-tested snacks and drinks, describing them and sharing their opinions in Spanish.
In the fall, students made a class butterfly and symbolic paper monarchs that “migrated” to Mexico by mail following the monarch butterfly migration.
Mr. Spurgiesz brought to life a whimsical fairytale with his musical production of "Shrek Jr."
We were so excited to invite the 4th/5th-grade parents to come on campus to watch their children recite poetry.
Here's the schedule for the spring after-school enrichment classes. Register now.
Explore our on-campus summer programs. Our focused summer curriculum allows students the opportunity to expand their knowledge.
The purpose of this activity was to help the students gain an appreciation for our differences and understand what it means to have diversity at school and in our world.