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Denman Pride Winners 9/7

Sixth Grade
First Prize: Gift Card
Edwin Lam
Second Prize: Front of Line Pass
Yolanda Hernandez
Third Prize: Denman Pride Water Bottle
Angelica Colomer

Seventh Grade
First Prize: Gift Card
Geovany Leiva
Second Prize: Front of Line Pass
Melchizedek Datu
Third Prize: Denman Pride Water Bottle
Naima Ellers

Eighth Grade
First Prize: Gift Card
Valeria Sanchez
Second Prize: Front of Line Pass
Mika Santiago
Third Prize: Denman Pride Water Bottle
Jessica Phung

Talk to Ms Hensler afterschool to pick up your prize!

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PICTURE DAY WILL BE ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT INFORMATION IS LOCATED ON THE 8TH GRADE PAGE

Fall 2018 iPad Deployment

iPad rollout begins the week of September 10! Watch the video above for more information.

Starting September 18, iPad pick will take place from Mr. Aquino in room 302 with a pass from your English/Language Arts teacher.

Online registration is available here: bit.ly/2018vilsdenman.

 

 


Pick up tickets from Ms. Ryan 3:30-3:45 in Room 118 from September 19 until September 25.

 

LOWELL HIGH SCHOOL'S 8TH GRADE NIGHT

Date: Thursday, September 27, 2018

Time: 6 PM to 8 PM

Location: 1101 Eucalyptus Drive, San Francisco, California 94132

 

Here is your chance to speak with our administrators, counselors, teachers, parents, and students! Tour our school and get a glimpse of our academic and extracurricular programs we offer! Attendance is limited! Please contact your school’s counseling department/high school advisor to reserve a ticket for you and 1 parent/guardian.

 

LETTER ABOUT THIS EVENT.

FLYER FOR EVENT.


 

Here is a document showing 18 19 High School Open House + Charter Info.

This week's bulletin can be downloaded at this link:  Denman Middle School Weekly Bulletin 9.12.18.pdf (PDF)

Summer Assignment

 

8th Grade Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson READING ASSIGNMENT
7th Grade The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate READING ASSIGNMENT
6th Grade When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead  READING ASSIGNMENT

Attendance Policy

James Denman Middle School

Attendance

 

Absence:  If a student is absent from school there are two types of absences they may fall under, excused or unexcused. Both types will still show up on a student attendance profile report. There is more than one way that you can report an absence.

 

  1. Call into the school on the morning of the day in which the student will be absent to report the absence by phone (415.469.4535)
  2. Send the student with an excuse or doctor's note, when the student returns to school from the day that they were absent.
  3. Come into school and report absence

 

Tardy: If a student is tardy for school they have a 15-minute window (MTThF: Between 9:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. and Wednesday 9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.) to report straight to class in the morning. After 9:15 a.m., students are to report to the attendance office with or without excuse to retrieve a tardy pass, then report immediately to class. Class periods following the first period of the school day have the same protocol as first period, students will have to report to the attendance office for a tardy pass and return to class if tardy by 15 minutes or more. Student tardiness can be reported in the same manner as a reported absence.

 

Early Dismissal: Students are allowed to leave early from school with permission from parent/guardian. If a student needs to leave or be released early from school there is more than one way to report it.

  1. The student may bring a note on the morning of the day in which the student will be dismissed early. The note must specify the time that they will need to be dismissed from school.
  2. Call the school on the morning of the day in which the student will be dismissed early and specify the time that the student will need to be dismissed from school. 

Truant: Students will show up on a truancy list after 18 PERIODS of either absence, unexcused absence, tardy, unexcused tardy, tardy 30 minutes or more. There are two different types of letters you may receive for students that are considered truant.  Families that receive a truancy letter are able to call in or stop by to correct any attendance. After receiving 3 letters and no contact from parent and or guardian the school then goes forward with the next step in attendance protocol through the district.

 

If you have any questions or concerns about the attendance of your child please feel free to call, email, or stop by Ms. Hearne’s office (RM116) and she will assist you.