On Monday, May 22nd, Dedham hosted its annual Superintendent’s Academic Recognition Dinner at the MIT Endicott House. The dinner celebrates the top 30 distinguished scholars of the Class of 2023 in recognition of their sustained academic achievement.
Dedham students in Grade 3 welcomed visitors from the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe to celebrate the Wampanoag New Year!
Students from Dedham High's "Design, Prototype, and Entrepreneurship WoodTechnology 3" class shared some of their creations with ECEC students in Ms Castagnolas' class. The Wood 3 class created wooden Hippos, a Dollhouse, Monster trucks and a Monster Truck Garage for the students to enjoy in their play areas.
Chef Krysia Villón visited students from eight DHS Spanish classes with tasty treats and stories that helped bring lessons on culture and food to life.
The DHS Acting 3 students put on a short play for the DELTA students: Tortoise vs. Hare 2: This Time It's Personal!, a short comedy by Sean Abley.
In its first year as a chapter, DHS Best Buddies has been selected as the 2023 Outstanding High School chapter in Massachusetts.
Congratulations to Jeanne Johnson, Dedham's school nutrition director who was recognized by the national, non-profit School Nutrition Association (SNA) recognized for her many positive changes to the school nutrition program in Dedham.
On April 27th, seventh grade students from DMS invited the public to the opening night of their Asiant Influence & Culture Experience exhibit at Dedham Town Hall. This exhibit, which is a culminating exhibition of student learning from the Investigating History pilot on Central, South, and East Asia will be showcased for 3 weeks at Dedham Town Hall, from April 27 - May 19th.
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM SBRC Meeting @ Town Hall, O'Brien Meeting Room
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