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News and Events

STEM FAIR on Thursday, March 26th
The STEM (Science ,Technology, Engineering and Math) Fair will be held on March 26th from 6-7:30 pm.

Volunteer opportunities include:
·         Judging Wednesday,  March 25th from 2:30 to 4:30 meeting in room 336
·         Set up meeting in galleria on March 26th  1:10- 3:00 for placing boards
·         Clean up 7:45- 8:15

Please email Ms. Kelleher if you can help and let her know what you can help with.

New After School Supervision Policies
New After School Supervision Policies will be in place on Monday, March 30th. Please see this letter for details...

Spring Sport this Weekend
Support our Dolphins on Saturday, 28 March!
Varsity Girls Volleyball, 9:30am @Washington
JV Girls Volleyball, 9:30am @Denny
Varsity Boys Soccer, 9:30am @Rainier Beach
JV Boys Soccer, 2:00pm @Franklin

OST on Instagram
OST (After school programs): Winter session will come to a close April 2nd. Registration for Spring Session will begin April 6th.

Also, Denny OST is now on Instagram. Please follow us at instagram.com/denny_ost via the Web or @denny_ost on the Instagram app for program highlights and information. Spring session dates are April 20th through June 4th.

Direct Give Campaign
Please consider making a donation to Denny's Annual Direct Give Campaign from March 3rd to April 3rd. We are hoping to expand our ability to fully fund teacher requests to increase afterschool technology based offerings.

Why are we asking????  Find out here...

For a complete letter of explanation...

Donations may be made to Denny IMS PTSA (2601 SW Kenyon Street, Seattle WA 98106) or online here and click on the "Donate" button.

Thank you for supporting the students at Denny International!

E-Waste Drive in March!
For the month of March the green team will be hosting an E-Waste drive! So, what is an E-Waste drive you may ask. An E-Waste drive means an Electronic waste drive so you bring in things like batteries, cell phones, and other electronic things. Check the signs in the hallways and in your science classroom.

There will be bins in your science classroom, and whichever class gets the most, gets a prize! So bring in your old, broken electronics!

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