Vote on your favorite holiday tree that are in each of the middle school wings! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeYFig9s6t_LKQ6b64_zgORmdzZnGJELr_vJF_chXKDd3p_Ig/viewform?usp=sf_link
Students in Ms. Russo's Family and Consumer Science class particpated in the Hour of Code last week. They enjoyed activities such as The Grinch hour of code, Flappy code (writing your own game), Mine Craft, App lab (Design App & coding with blocks).
Mrs. Yelich's 6th grade music class experienced the hour of code by identifying notes played by selecting puzzle pieces for the correct answers on the hour of code site. Students also scanned QR codes to play music examples that show how music is everywhere and diverse.
Eighth grade students in Mr. Nolan's Technology classes are working on their Rube Goldberg machines. The idea is to create a complex machine to complete a simple task. These students are focusing on incorporating simple machines to raise a flag. #DepewSTEAM
Middle Schoolers celbrate National Computer Science week with the Hour of Code! Check out the hour of code at https://hourofcode.com/
Middle School students create and code Lego robots in sixth grade STEAM Exploration. #DepewSTEAM
Middle school students in Mrs. Pilon's English class collaborate in groups, using technology, to peer edit their writing.
DMS students have a scary good time racing the cars they designed and created in Technology class. #DepewSTEAM
Mrs. Marks' class introduced a coffee program to DMS called the Brew Brigade ! The "Brew" stands for Bringing Real Employment experiences to Wildcats. The skills that will be practiced and mastered include filling orders, speaking clearly, handling money, and problem solving.
Sixth grade students attended a field trip to Camp Tahigwa on October 3.
This message is for all Depew Middle School families. Our Fall picture has been rescheduled and will now take place this Monday October 1st.
This message is for the 6th grade families at Depew Middle School. The sixth grade dance on Friday September 28th has unfortunately been cancelled. However, we are looking forward to a great time at Camp Tahigwa on October 3rd.
As of August 16, 2018 the repair cost for damaged Chromebooks will change. Students who damage the keyboard will pay $30.00 instead of $100.00. The fee schedule is as follows: Lost device, broken screen, or damaged body is $100.00 Damaged keyboard or lost power cord is $30.00
Registration for fall sports in now open. Please register at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgMg9rKh8ArTJy6hLh8WY8PCuRKu8uhRRcWvENjMQewvTi1g/viewform
Fall Sports Physicals will be offered in the Middle School Nurses Office on Monday, Aug. 6 from 8 a.m. to noon for JV and Varsity and Wednesday Aug. 15 from 8 to 11 a.m. for Modified athletes.
The Sixth Grade students of DMS attended a field trip to 5Wits! on Tuesday, June 5th. Students participated in the Space Exploration, Tomb and Drago's Castle solving logic puzzles and tasks in order to complete missions. Each adventure was set in a realistic physical space that required students to use hands-on interaction and decision making to progress through the multiple rooms.
Students from Mrs. Thurnherr's social Studies class researched mythical monsters and created some treats and figures to go along with thier papers.
Fall Sports Registration is available now at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgMg9rKh8ArTJy6hLh8WY8PCuRKu8uhRRcWvENjMQewvTi1g/viewform?usp=sf_link
Students from Depew Middle that participate in SABAH, take part in "dry land" training at Bud Bakewell Rink.
Depew Middle School students are being honored for academic progress in the quarterly Honor Roll Breakfast this week.