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5th Graders Wrestle at Middle School Level

Dual Language is proud to congratulate two of our 5th graders who are really shining in the wrestling arena.  Will L. is wrestling for our Middle School program at 70 Lbs, while Gabe L. is competing at 75 Lbs. Not only are both of these young men varsity starters for us, but they both qualified […]

PTO Spirit Wear

The 2015 spring spirit wear sale has begun and we are going paperless.  To make it easy there is a website for online viewing, ordering, and purchasing that accepts credit card payments.  Please visit the vendor website  to view all products in color and make purchases.  The vendor website also provides size charts for the items.  We are […]

Can You Spell “Congratulations”?

Charlie can!  Congratulations to Charlie F. for his participation in the Regional Spelling Bee last week.  Charlie was well prepared and did a great job.  We are so proud of you, Charlie!

“Pennies for Pasta” Fund Raiser

Project Change would like to announce Pasta for Pennies. This event will begin on March 2nd and will end on March 20th.  The students are very excited for this fundraiser.  The class that raises the MOST money will receive a free Olive Garden lunch!    Each student has received a collection box along with a flyer explaining the event, […]

Comité Cultural

¡Favor de venir para planear la segunda Noche Cultural con el Comité Cultural! Tendremos las reuniones en el salón de la Srta. Malovey (en el pasillo de kinder). Las fechas para nuestras reuniones: el miércoles, 4 de marzo a las 3:15 de la tarde el miércoles, 11 de marzo a las 3:15 de la tarde […]

“Jump Rope For Heart” Fun at DL

First through fifth grade physical education students participated in Jump Rope for Heart, a fundraiser benefiting the American Heart Association. During this event, students practiced a variety of rope jumping skills and learned about how to keep the heart healthy and strong. This experience created much excitement and interest from our school community, and was […]

Project Change Elections

Enjoy these pictures of three students running for President of Project Change, which is open to 4th and 5th grade students, and Project Change students presenting about dual language to a neighboring school district.