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DTSD Soccer

The DTMS soccer team defeated Ventnor on Tuesday 10/15 with a score of 5-1. Congratulations on the first home win of the season! @dtschoolsrock
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Middle School Choir

Representatives from Dennis Township Elementary and Middle School Choir sang for the opening ceremony of Dennisville Day! #dtschoolsrock
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Respect in Western Wear

DTMS and DTES ended the week of respect in western wear to round up respect. Each homeroom deputized a Deputy of Respect. #dtschoolsrock
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Healthy Surprise

DT Staff was treated to a healthy surprise during the inservice on Friday thanks to Joe Wallash from Playa Bowls of Stone Harbor and Tony’s Produce. Wallash made açaí bowls with granola, strawberries, blueberries, and peanut butter or honey, and Tony’s Produce generously donated the fruit.🍍#dtschoolsrock #playabowls
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Quiz Bowl

DTMS Academic Team competed in St. Augie’s annual quiz bowl and Team B tied for first place. A grab bag round knocked them down to third, but we’re proud to have the “tied for first” title. #dtschoolsrock
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DTMS Student Government

DTMS Student Government students created Shrek-Crow for Scare Crow Alley at the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities in Cape May...
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Student Government

Student Government members are busy painting decorations, designing picture background, and organizing song list for the Halloween Dance. #dtschoolsrock
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Incident

Dear Dennis Township Families,

This notice is to make you aware of an incident which occurred yesterday on the bus going home. A Primary School student made a comment about bringing a knife to school the following day. The incident was reported and handled by administration. At no time were students and staff in danger and no knife was brought to school...
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Movie Night

Student Government’s annual outside movie night was another success! Students set up blankets (and sleeping bags and onesies) under the stars and snacked on homemade popcorn, hot chocolate, and movie-theater candy as they watched The Haunting in Connecticut on a new, hand-made screen courtesy of Mr. McGroarty and Mr. Schwartz. 6th grade students made jar lanterns that lit the courtyard and added to the eerie mood. Thanks to all who made this night a success! #dtschoolsrock
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