Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Deep Creek Middle School Teacher of the Year, Misti Lucero-Wolf!
DCMS is part of the global Grades of Green movement of students and schools working together to take action to care for the environment and change the course of the future!
The Grades of Green club meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Paula Labbe, a science teacher at Deep Creek Middle School, was awarded a $2800 grant to support optics and photonics education from SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. SPIE partners with researchers, educators, and industry to advance light-based research and technologies for the betterment of the human condition. In 2017, SPIE provided $4 million in support of education and outreach programs. Mrs. Labbe will use the grant to purchase lab materials that will enhance student’s study of optics and photonics. The lab materials will be used in hands-on activities so students can explore and discover the properties of optics and photonics. Not only will students learn more and optics and photonics, active and engaged learning in the science classroom has a positive effect on students’ attitudes about science and their scientific reasoning skills. These grant materials will have a direct and long lasting impact on student learning at Deep Creek Middle School.
Use your head to fight cancer!
One day a month you can pay $1 to wear a hat all day. See the calendar for designated hat days.
Proceeds go to the DCMS Relay for Life team.
Every Wednesday Chick-fil-A chicken biscuits will be sold during homeroom. This fund raiser will continue all year.
Bring your $4.00 and start your day with a delicious breakfast!
Sign up for DCMS remind messages:
Enter 81010 and text @dcm1955
Chesapeake Public Schools / NO PARKING IN FIRE LANES
Please do not leave vehicles parked or standing in fire lanes. Visitors and staff are prohibited from parking in areas marked as fire lanes at all school buildings. Parking or standing vehicles may prevent the timely arrival of first responders to the scene of a police, medical or fire emergency. Leaving a vehicle unattended in a fire lanes may hamper emergency efforts.
In addition, simply parking the vehicle in fire lanes is against the law and may result in a $250.00 fine. We ask that all visitors please park in spots especially designated for visitors at our school buildings.
Last Revision 12/18/2018