Graduation 2018

“Honoring the Past and Looking Forward Together” 

Congratulations to the Class of 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Danvers Recreation Summer Programs

Danvers Recreation is committed to enhancing the quality of life for the residents of Danvers and surrounding communities by providing the best quality programs, events and activities possible.  They strive to provide a balance of high quality activities for participants of all ages including fitness, sports, science, nature, and music programs.

We invite you to take a look at the SPRING AND SUMMER BROCHURE by clicking on the link.  There are some great programs and activities scheduled  for the upcoming weeks.

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DanversCARES Community Awards – 2018

DanversCARES recognized several youth and community volunteers at the June 4 Annual Meeting held at the Danvers Council on Aging.

High School Student, Skaina Pierre, pictured below with Lyle Harrod, Assistant Director of DanversCARES and Jake Spignese from Holten-Richmond Middle School pictured with Danielle LaRocque were honored with the  Outstanding Youth Leadership Award for 2018.

Congratulations to all recipients.

 

 

Lyle Harrod and Skaina Pierre

 

 

Jake Spignese and Danielle LaRoque

 

 

Pictured above (Left to right)
Collaboration Award – 
Judith Ryan, Danvers Health Department, Outstanding Volunteer Award –  Pam Cochrane, Maple Street Church, Community Partner Award –  Nancy Hathaway, East Boston Savings Bank.  Peg Sallade, Director DanversCARES and Stephanie Beilin, Outgoing Chair, DanversCARES

LGBT Pride!

Sophomores Julie Kee and Vanessa Ellis accompanied by event speaker Kenya stand proudly after raising the Pride Flag in Danvers to celebrate LGBT awareness during the month of June.

 

Coach of the Year!

Coach Hinchion was honored by the MIAA recently as the Girls Soccer Coach of the Year for 2017. 
He has directed the Danvers Falcons girls soccer program for the last 19 years.
Congratulations Coach!
#falconpride

“We are all part of the Puzzle”

“WE ARE ALL PART OF THE PUZZLE”
A place-Based Service Learning Lesson

Tim Kelly’s “The Puzzle Art Installation & Collaborative Project” inspired this art project.
(Go to www.puzzleartproject.com for more information.)
The Puzzle Project consists of thousands of 24″ x 24″ artistic puzzle pieces created in more than 20 states and 10 countries.

The individual puzzle pieces (pictured below) were created by Ms. Calnek’s first semester Studio Art classes and combined to make a mural 5’ x 24’ illustrating the students experience at Danvers High School as a “place” of meaning and influence in their lives. School-wide reflection on Danvers High School as the “place” was broadened to include all students, faculty and staff who have roots in Danvers and have attended the high school.

If you are alumni of Danvers High School we invite you to participate in communicating your remembrance of being a student here.
Please write:

  • a few sentences to a short paragraph about your experience at Danvers High School
  • Your first and last name
  • Your year of graduation

Email your responses to:  charlottecalnek@danvers.org

Ms. Calnek plans on sending the puzzle pieces created by our very own Danvers High School students to Tim Kelly
for him to add to the travelling exhibition.
Our puzzle pieces will be a part of this global installation.

The mural is currently on view on the second floor Guidance wing hallway of Danvers High School

The Games from Family Math and Literacy Night

The Family Math and Literary night was a great success.

Please feel free to download and print the activities for some weekend entertainment!

 

MATH ACTIVITIES READING ACTIVITIES
Build a Sundae Broken Heart Game
Coin Math Build A House
Fact Family Dice Fun Crossword Comics
Math Slide Fun with Fundations
Pattern Block Palooza FUN-ingo
Plan a Playground Magic Squares
Using Chromebook to Reinforce Math Skills Sight Words Uno
Sound Bingo

 

Perspectives on Schools – Results of the District Survey January 2018

The results of the 2018 Perspectives on the Schools Survey were presented at the March, 12 2018 regular School Committee meeting. The district wishes to thank those of you who participated in the survey.

 

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MLK Celebration video

On Monday, January 15, 2018 the High School honored
Martin Luther King Jr.

 

Please click HERE to view a short video.

2017-2018 School calendar

2017/2018 School Calendar

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Cyber Safety

Social Media Safety

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Rainbow Flag raised in the Town of Danvers

In 2014 President Obama called on Americans to eliminate prejudice “everywhere it exists,” and declared June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride month.
June month was selected in honor of the June 1969 riots that took place at Stonewall Inn, which is now widely recognized as the catalyst for the LGBT movement for civil rights in the United States.
The Town of Danvers had a flag raising ceremony in observance of this and during the month of June the rainbow flags will be flown at both Town Hall and the Library.

Pictured below were 3 representative from Danvers High School who attended the short ceremony!
Vanessa Ellis, Julie Kee, Ceilidh Hall

 

A Community and Parent resource from The Harvard Graduate School of Education

When Bad Things Happen

Tips for Parents and Educators on talking to your children about the
unthinkable and inevitable events in life. 

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May ParentCARES theme – Accessing behavioral health support for teens

May is National Mental Health Month, so it is fitting that the theme for this month’s ParentsCARES campaign is about accessing behavioral health supports for teens. Being a teenager can be stressful. It is a time when minds and bodies are growing. Teens are meeting new people, have new demands on their time, and are exposed to new things. Sometimes these situations can be overwhelming and they need support from a professional.
Luckily, 92% of Danvers parents report knowing where to seek professional help if their child is anxious, depressed, or using substances. There are many resources in and out of school, and talking to your child’s pediatrician about any concerns is always a good start.
For more information or resources, go to www.danverscares.org.
School Budget Pie Chart

FY2018 School Committee Approved Budget

 The proposed FY18 School Committee Budget for Danvers Public Schools is up on our webpage.

The Budget hearing is scheduled for Tuesday February 28, 2017.

Click HERE for further information

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February ParentCARES theme – Dinner Dates with your children!

DanversCARES has released the ParentsCARES theme for the month of February

This month, we’d like to remind parents about the value of spending quality time with their children. Research shows that taking time to have a family meal together at least twice per week is one way to build positive family foundations.

Over 90% of Danvers parents have family dinners with their teens. We’d like to celebrate fact through ParentsCARES.  For more information visit the DanversCARES webiste www.danverscares.org and watch for the monthly column in the Danvers Herald this week written by our partners from Lahey Behavioral Health.

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HRMS Students Artwork on Display

As a follow up from the MLK event, 32 of our very talented Holten Richmond Middle School students have their artwork on display at the Danvers Peabody Institute Library to celebrate Black History Month.  We encourage you to stop by and take a look.  Congratulations to the students involved, we are so proud of your efforts.