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November 28, 2020

Enrollment for 18-19 Now Open!

Enrollment for 18-19 Now Open!
Believe it or not, it is ENROLLMENT SEASON! All returning students must submit new enrollment paperwork for next year. Our goal is for 100% of students to be enrolled by May 11th. The link to the paperwork is here. The office is accepting paperwork from 8:15 am – 4:30 pm daily, and from 4:30 – 6:30 pm on Tuesday and …

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Lafayette Technology: 21 Days 2 Give

Lafayette Technology: 21 Days 2 Give
Day 5: Last Thursday we launched our “21 Days 2 Give” - Lafayette Technology funding initiative. This fundraising journey started at our annual Spring Auction where we raised $6,500 of an overall $80,000 school technology need. Today is day 5 of our campaign and to date we have raised $900. We are hoping that through your generous support we will …

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Now Enrolling: CCPC Afterschool Care

Now Enrolling: CCPC Afterschool Care
Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church (CCPC) is now enrolling for the 2018-2019 school year. Since 1987, The CCPC After School Program has been committed to fostering the development of the whole child. We strongly believe in the importance of outdoor activity, good sportsmanship, positive social interactions, and letting kids be kids. CCPC provides: Care for Pre-K through 5th grade until 6:30 Pick …

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HSA Nominating Committee Accepting Submission for the 2018-2019 HSA Board

HSA Nominating Committee Accepting Submission for the 2018-2019 HSA Board
Ideal candidates have previous board experience, backgrounds in fundraising, volunteer management, legal and financial management. Consider running for Co-President, Secretary, Fundraising, Vice President and Co-Treasurer. Interested in learning more about a Board position or participating on a committee? Please join us for an information session on Thursday, April 12th. See details below. Thursday, April 12 @ 8PM Marsoni Residence 3106 …

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Book Fair: Thank You For Your Support!

Book Fair: Thank You For Your Support!
The snow didn’t dampen the Lafayette community’s enthusiasm for books! Thanks to the flexibility of our teachers, and the hard work of our volunteers, we were able to fit five days of book fair into four! We sold over $14,000 worth of merchandise, raised over $4,000 for the library, and had a great time celebrating reading as a school. Thank …

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Community Notices

DC Youth Futbol Club Seeking Players

The DC Youth Futbol Club, a 501(c)(3) Washington DC-based nonprofit organization, is seeking 5-6 motivated and committed girls born in 2009 to join a very talented group to do one weekday of training and play a Sunday match. DCYFC provides an international youth soccer experience with more than 45 countries represented in the club. The fee is $250 for up to two training sessions per week and a sunday match. It also includes a game jersey, socks and practice jersey. For further information and registration, visit www.DCYouthFutbolClub.org

Join DCYOP at our Spring Open House for a Full Day of Free Musical Activities!

Activities include a musical instrument petting zoo, concerts by the Youth Orchestra and the String Queens, face painting, yoga, food trucks, and more!

11:30 am: Doors open to the public

12:30 pm: Youth Orchestra Pop-Up Concert

12:30 - 3:30 pm: Musical instrument petting zoo with the NSO, instrument care workshop by Potter Violins, yoga for musicians with One Breath at a Time

1:00 pm: Chamber music marathon

1:30 pm: Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, performed by students from the Youth Orchestra and narrated by Maestro Mariano Vales

3:30 pm: String Queens concert

ALL DAY: face painting, food trucks, and more!

For more information, go to www.dcyop.org

Rock Creek Extreme Clean Up

Do you know we live in the Rock Creek watershed? That means, all the water that runs off our yards and streets, and the garbage carried with it, ends up in Rock Creek. That water then flows to the Potomac River, into the Chesapeake Bay, and out to the Atlantic Ocean.

April 14 is the 10th Annual Rock Creek Extreme Cleanup–a day when people go to dozens of sites all around the watershed to cleanup the garbage that has accumulated over the winter, and keep it out of the creek.

I hate seeing trash around our neighborhood, so I asked my mom to sign me up to be a site boss for the Extreme Cleanup. My location is Little Forest Park (a.k.a. Francis G. Newlands Park on Google Maps) off Military Rd between 28th and 30th Streets.

Please come pick up trash with me, and help the animals who could be hurt by the glass, plastic and styrofoam if it gets into the water. My crew will clean from 10 am - noon, come for part or the whole time.

My site is not on the public Extreme Cleanup list. Please use this link to sign up to be on my crew.

Learn more about the Extreme Cleanup.

See you there, please be green!

Margot Gildner (3C)

The Students of Alice Deal Middle School Present: High School Musical

Next week, students at Alice Deal Middle School are performing “High School Musical” – a musical you may not know that well, but your kids probably do. Come enjoy their enthusiasm, joy, and talent! You’ll walk away humming the show’s important message: “We’re All In This Together.”


Thursday and Friday, April 19 and 20, at 6:30PM

Saturday, April 21, at 1PM and 6:30PM


Alice Deal Middle School Auditorium, 3815 Fort Drive Northwest

Tickets: online or at the door: $12 adults and $5 children

All funds support the Alice Deal Theater Department.
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