Congratulations to the DCMS Grades of Green team on earning the award of Best Innovative Idea in the 2019 Grades of Green Waste Campaign. They created a virtual “Escape Room” to inform students about tackling waste, specifically focused on single use plastics. Along with the Escape Room, they implemented “Plastic Free Fridays” encouraging fellow students to replace single use items with reusable items. The team was awarded a $500 Eco-Grant in support of their continued waste reduction project.
Click on the picture below to “Escape the Waste”!
We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working, energetic and spirited athletes to come out and learn about cheering and prepare to try out for next season’s squad.
APRIL 4- MAY 9 / TUESDAY & THURSDAY / 3:50-5:15 PM
Meet outside of main gym near locker room.
Information Meeting: April 30 5:30-6:30 PM in the DCMS auditorium.
Tryouts will be held May 7, 9 and 13 from 3:50 – 6:00 PM.
Deep Creek Middle School’s STEM team was selected as a national winner in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest and will be awarded $100,000 in Samsung technology! Congratulations to sponsors Mrs. Labbe, Mrs. Conkwright and students Olivia Lyons, Hunter Johnson, Tia Davis, Riley Dreis, EJ Scott, Sean Pornan, and Daniel Anzures-Sanchez. We are all so very proud of you for this amazing accomplishment! Go Hornets!
Eighth Graders are going to Washington DC on June 7, 2019! Cost is $40.00. Permission slip required. Parents may send in cash or check or pay online with a credit card at Online School Payments.
Plan now to join us as we explore the monuments and museums in our nation’s capital!
We are proud to announce that Deep Creek Middle School has been selected to participate in the National Geographic GeoChallenge regional competition in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on March 29, 2019 . Students were challenged to create a solution to reduce single-use plastic pollution into the ocean. Logan Benoit, Justin Brusso and Alexander Karp developed a robot to remove plastic from our beaches. Nearly 1,200 projects were submitted from across the country and about 250 were invited to regionals. Learn more at NatGeoEd.org/GeoChallenge.
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!
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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 4/11/2019