Eliot-Hine Weekly Updates
Friday, March 3rd NO SCHOOL. 12pm - 7pm Student Led Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held. Teachers will go to lunch from 3pm - 4pm.
Congratulations to Lavee Jenkins for winning the PTO's February Artistic Expressions Contest
Monday, March 6th, Picture Day Make-up. Was your child absent or on a field trip? Would you like an opportunity to purchase pictures? There will be a make-up session on March 6th. Order forms are available in the main office. Payment is due with the submission of the order form. 6th/7th graders must be in full uniform and 8th grade males MUST wear a white collared shirt with a tie. 8th grade females MUST wear a dressy attire that includes a necklace.
Tuesday, March 7th, Final Ski Club Trip. The weather hasn't been cooperating, but we're still hoping that the DCIAA Ski Finals will happen. The trip may get moved to Roundtop but everyone is working to try and make it [possible. Students who attended the Ski Qualifying trip are able to attend the final trip. Please see Mr Smith with any questions.
Thursday, March 23, Eliot-Hine STEM Fair: Please join us for the Eliot-Hine Middle School STEM Fair Expo March 23! This event brings together our students to demonstrate their abilities to create, problem-solve, and innovate in the fields of math and science. You will be able to view: 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Science Fair Projects; 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Math Projects; STEM demos. We are so proud to give DC students a place to share their enthusiasm for science and math! We look forward to seeing you!
Sumative/Formative and EOY testing including PARCC, SRI, IReady, DC Science, and STAMP will be held May 1st - June 1st. During this time it is important that students are in school and ontime prepared to test. Questions regarding testing can be directed to AP Lockart via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have some exciting news to share. This summer we will be working with the Department of General Services (DGS) to install exterior doors at Eliot-Hine MS. We are excited for a few reasons. The new exterior doors will not only improve the appearance of the building, but more importantly they will help us in ways that will directly impact the students and staff. New exterior doors will improve school security, increase functionality, and offer more transparency. It is going to be a great upgrade to the building. View full details here.
AWS' Saturday Environmental Academy still has some open spots in its FREE spring program for 7th/8th graders/families. SEA's spring program will run from March 11 - May 20 and will focus on "Protecting Parks in Your Community!" Students will be eligible to receive community service/service learning hours for many of our activities. Students will engage in an AWS wetland planting on Kingman Island, a boating trip on the Anacostia River, a tree inventory in a local park with Casey Trees, a garden workday with City Blossoms, an Earth Day cleanup, an overnight trip, and more! Our program is FREE for 7th and 8th grade students and we accept students on a first-come, first-served basis.Click here for the application.
Did you know you can follow updates about Eliot-Hine on the DCPS Planning Blog? Check out the latest post, an interview with our Principal Vargas.