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2015 Boys Basketball - Division IV Tournament
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Temporary Glitch With Grade Posting - Resolved

"There was a temporary glitch this morning when grades were posted that prevented viewing advisor comments. This issue has been resolved. We apologize for any anxiety that may have been caused by this situation. If you wish to view the comments they are now available."

April MS Communications Meeting
We have a fantastic guest speaker on a very “popular” topic for our next MS Communications Meeting on Wedneday, April 8, at 8:00 a.m. in the Lyceum. Dr. Abigail Judge, a clinical and child forensic psychologist, will be at Derryfield to talk about adolescent's relationship with social media and their online decision-making. Dr. Judge has authored one book on the topic (and has another in progress) and regularly speaks to schools on topics such as “social media as social relationships” and “parenting through the digital revolution: low tech solutions to high tech dilemmas.” Later in the day she will be speaking to the middle school students and faculty. A professional and visionary leader in the field, you can find out more about her at I hope to see as many of you as can make this meeting on Wednesday, April 8, at 8:00 a.m. Bring your insights and questions!
Mark Blaisdell

Bus Schedule For Friday, March 13
Please be aware, next Friday. March 13, the start of Spring Break, the school has a 2:45 p.m. dismissal scheduled with all buses departing at 3:00 p.m. from the MS entrance.

There will not be any late buses scheduled for this day.
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MS Academic Power Trimester 3
​Academic Power is a class in which students are guided to build awareness for and learn how to manage their homework responsibilities. Assistance is offered in creating plans for tackling short-or long-term assignments, clarifying teacher’s assignment expectations, and addressing individual school success skills. The workshop meets Tuesdays in The Learning Hub adjacent to the library. Enrollment in this class represents a trimester commitment. Trimester 3 begins on Tuesday, March 3. Session dates for the trimester are: March 3, 10, 31, April 7, 14, 28, May 5, 12, 19, 26, 2015. Download the MS Academic Power Trimester 3 Enrolllment Form and return to Mrs. Stevenson. Please contact Debby Fedder with any questions.
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Wisdom from the NAIS Conference
When the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) announced last year that their annual conference was going to be held in Boston in 2015, we quickly went to work on how Derryfield could take advantage of the location. Ultimately, we were able to bring every DS faculty member to last week’s conference - an amazing commitment by the school. Although we made up less than one percent of the conference’s 5000+ attendees, our presence was felt. In addition to attending, six different DS faculty/administration members were involved in three different presentations. The primary goal, however...
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2015 Scholar Athletes Named
It’s all about balance, and being the best you can be while engaging both your body and your mind. Derryfield promotes theses qualities and every year there are several students chosen as Scholar Athletes by the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association that embody these characteristics...
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Creating a Mosaic: A Portrait of Middle School Student Success
Beginning two years ago, as the iPad program was being developed in the Middle School, Pete Brandt and Lindley Shutz began to lead the faculty in discussions about what characteristics they wanted to develop in their students. Teaching history, math and English was one thing, but the teachers felt that less tangible qualities are also critical in building a foundation for success, both as students and later on in life....
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The Derryfield Lyceum Gallery Presents Natural Attention
In celebration of fifty years of excellence in arts education, The Derryfield School’s Lyceum Gallery and Sculpture Garden will devote its 2014-2015 shows to highlighting alumni artists. The winter show features the range of The Derryfield School’s successes in the world of art from three very different professional artists. Presenting work: Jeffrey Cooper ‘69, Sara Crisp ‘76, Emma LeBlanc ’05....
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Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Middle School Communications Meeting
8:00 AM
Location: Lyceum
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