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Andy Duran from LEAD will be presenting “What Parents Need to Know about Vaping and Marijuana,” to the DPM community on Wednesday, May 22nd (7:00-8:30 pm in the Auditorium) and Wednesday, May 29th (8:30 - 10:00 am in the Haskins Center).

summer reading graphicWith the end of the school year quickly approaching, we know that you are making plans for summer vacation. We also know you are aware that, while the summer months are a wonderful opportunity for fun and relaxation, the break from the rigors of school can cause a lag in learning. Research demonstrates that students must read at least three challenging books during the summer break simply to maintain fluency and comprehension skills; a minimum of five such books is necessary to improve on any reading weaknesses. In addition, our goal is to foster and encourage a lifelong habit of reading-for pleasure as well as knowledge-in our students.
 
We have developed summer reading tasks with this in mind. This year, the requirements for each grade level are listed online at DPM Summer Reads (https://dpmsummerreads.weebly.com/)  Our hope is that when students are selecting their novels they will choose ones that truly interest them. If your child is unsure about what to read, links to suggested titles are located within the website.

school suppliesThe approved School Supply lists can be found on the Registration Page of the District website. Please refer to these lists when purchasing your supplies, including supplies for classes other than grade-level (i.e. World Language, Band, Art, etc.).

Please Note: The APT no longer sponsors a school supply purchasing program, but has provided options to assist families who wish to purchase supplies online (view the flyer here). These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by District 67 or the District 67 APT.

A personalized SnapCode email to complete online registration and fee payment for the 2019-20 school year has been sent to all currently enrolled District 67 families.

We encourage families to complete online registration as soon as possible. Completing your online registration and fee payment by the Monday, June 24 deadline will save families $25 in registration costs per student. Your student's registration will not be completed until you have submitted the online registration and fee payment. You will receive a confirmation email after submission.

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