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Our Parent Portal offers one of the most convenient ways for busy parents to stay connected with school happenings, purchase books, and learn about volunteer opportunities of the Parent/Faculty Association. Day-to-day, this page provides "one-stop shopping" for parents who want to check schedules and announcements, as well as read news and student publications. Parents who sign in on the left will find information pertaining to their individual children and can access the library database, parent directories, and more. It's all part of keeping parents a vital part of our school community.
2015 US Final Exam Schedule

MS May Happening Permission Slip
Please sign and return to Mrs. Stevenson by May 1, 2015.

Sixth Grade Field Trip - Lowell National Historical Park
Please sign and return to Mrs. Stevenson by May 1, 2015.

2014-2015 Middle School Handbook

Excerpt, Winter 2015

Strategic Plan: Leadership

Lamplighter - March 2015

2015-2016 Bus Contract and Routes

2015-2016 School Calendar

Summer Programs Brochure
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NYT College Blog - The Choice

Derryfield Twitter Feed

Resources for a Drug-Free NH

Excerpt, Spring 2012

Mark's Middle School Mind Meld

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Derryfield on Facebook

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Granite State Games - Still Time To Sign Up
The Granite State Games is fast approaching, and fortunately it is not too late to sign up! Go to today! Derryfield will be hosting many of the weekend's events.
Why should my son/daughter participate in the Granite State Games?
1) GSG has $8000 set aside, $2000 per region ($1000 for a male and $1000 for a female), for selected participants based on their athletic ability, academics, and overall character both on the field and off.
2) New England college coaches will be in attendance scouting NH's top talent in their respected sport.
3) GSG is working very closely with the NHIAA and their bi-laws in order to preserve player's high school eligibility.
4) The Granite State Games is not a club so your child can still participate in his/her school, town, and/or club team(s). This event will only take place over the course of a long weekend so the commitment is minimal.
5) GSG plans on donating 70% of the proceeds back into the NH community via scholarships, donations and grants while the other 30% will help pay for the overhead and creation of the Games.
6) Regional pride!

Derryfield Cooks - Get 'Em While They're Hot!
Derryfield's Parent/Faculty Association has worked hard to put together a cookbook celebrating fifty years of cooking at the Derryfield School. They are now on sale and can be ordered online  for $20 per book.
Supplys are limited, so act quickly to get this one-of-a-kind item, comprised of recipes gathered from Derryfield families across the years.  Mother's Day is coming up; wouldn't Derryfield Cooks be a great gift for your Mom?
If you have already ordered, the cookbooks are in and can be picked up at the Gateway building, see Stacey or Michele.
If you have any questions, please contact PFA president, Julie Taub


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 remaining trimester are: April 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.

MS May Happening/Dance
The final MS Happening/Dance of the year will take place on Friday, May 8, 3:30-8:30 p.m. in the McIninch Room. Please download the permission slip and return the signed copy to Mrs. Stevenson by Friday, May 1. Also on Friday, May 8, Mr. Blaisdell will host the MS Communications meeting for parents 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the Lyceum. The agenda will include an in-depth review of the MS end of year exam schedule and bus schedule. 

Upper School Final Exams 2015
                                      8-10                                               11-1
Thursday            Honors Chemistry (G)                     Honors Physics (G)
June 4                Geometry (G)                                  Algebra II (G)
                          Physics (C)                                      Honors Algebra II (G)
                                                                                 Algebra I (G)

Friday                 Asia (G)                                          Riots, Rev (G)
June 5                Precal (G)                                       US History (G)
                          Honors Precal (C)                            Environment (G)

Monday              English 10 (G)                                English 9 (G)
June 8                Biology (G)                                     American Lit (G)
                          Calculus (C)                                   Chemistry-Godfrey (G)
                                                                               Chemistry-LeWine (C)

Tuesday             Spanish I (G)                                 Spanish III (G)
June 9                Spanish II (G)                               All Latin (G)
                          Honors Spanish III (G)                  All Chinese (G)
                          Spanish IV (G)

G – Exam administered in Gym
C – Exam administered in Cafeteria

If a student has a conflict (two exams administered at the same time) teachers of those classes will make alternative testing arrangements.
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A Quiz – and an Invitation to Breakfast
Quick!  What is the link between the following:
  • a free breakfast
  • closing the opportunity gap for bright student with limited opportunities
  • May 19
  • inspiring tomorrow’s teachers
  • The Derryfield School

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Dr. Karlin Tackles ISIS in a Bedford Seminar
Part of the strategic plan of The Derryfield School is to raise the school’s visibility in the community.  When faculty and staff share their talents and skills with those outside the immediate DS arena, awareness of what the school has to offer can be increased...
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Game On!
With a mix of excitement and trepidation I turn the handle on the heavy door, uniform with the small corkboard affixed and the number 235 next to our names written in magic marker. “Hey, I’m Alex,” he says, a nod of his head acknowledging my presence. It was in this moment that I knew that I would have many half-nelsons in my future and would unlikely see much varsity “mat time,” if at all...
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USE Those Midterm Comments!
As always, it’s a busy weekend for faculty when they are writing midterm comments! I have mentioned that since most faculty have between 60-70 comments to write, this past weekend represented between 10-15 hours of straight comment writing. That does not even include the time spent on grading. With this in mind, we ask the students to...
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