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D-E Garden Project Work Parties: May 23, 2018

Thursday, May 23, 2019   2-4 PM

Nettie-Louise Coit Garden

Join us on May 23, 2018, 2-4 PM in Nettie-Louise Coit Garden for the rain date for spring spruce up.

About D-E Garden Project

Help keep our beautiful teaching gardens in shape by participating in three annual work parties and signing up to water the vegetables and take care of the chickens during school holidays. Garden Parents also serve as “critical friends” by listening to students who are planning, planting and building and offering questions and suggestions from an adult perspective.

Volunteers Needed!

In addition to innumerable willing worker bees with any level of experience, the Garden Project needs a work-party coordinator who will reach out to us all, collect RSVPs and organize refreshments.

Contact: urbant@d-e.org — Tasha Urbanowski, Garden Coordinator (and 6th Grade Dean)

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D-E Garden Project Work Parties: May 2, 2018

Thursday, May 2, 2019   2-4 PM

Nettie-Louise Coit Garden

Join us on October 4, 2018, 2-4 PM in Nettie-Louise Coit Garden for happy spring spruce up:  tidy and mulch paths and beneficial insect habitat borders,  review how to water and sign up for summer watering turns, reinstall chickens and review their care, sign up for summer chicken care turns.

About D-E Garden Project

Help keep our beautiful teaching gardens in shape by participating in three annual work parties and signing up to water the vegetables and take care of the chickens during school holidays. Garden Parents also serve as “critical friends” by listening to students who are planning, planting and building and offering questions and suggestions from an adult perspective.

Volunteers Needed!

In addition to innumerable willing worker bees with any level of experience, the Garden Project needs a work-party coordinator who will reach out to us all, collect RSVPs and organize refreshments.

Contact: urbant@d-e.org — Tasha Urbanowski, Garden Coordinator (and 6th Grade Dean)

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D-E Garden Project Work Parties: November 1, 2018

Thursday, November 1, 2018   2-4 PM

Nettie-Louise Coit Garden

Join us on November 1, 2018, 2-4 PM in Nettie-Louise Coit Garden to put the garden to bed: tidy and mend the fence, dress the raised beds with compost.

About D-E Garden Project

Help keep our beautiful teaching gardens in shape by participating in three annual work parties and signing up to water the vegetables and take care of the chickens during school holidays. Garden Parents also serve as “critical friends” by listening to students who are planning, planting and building and offering questions and suggestions from an adult perspective.

Volunteers Needed!

In addition to innumerable willing worker bees with any level of experience, the Garden Project needs a work-party coordinator who will reach out to us all, collect RSVPs and organize refreshments.

Contact: urbant@d-e.org — Tasha Urbanowski, Garden Coordinator (and 6th Grade Dean)

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D-E Garden Project Work Parties: October 4, 2018

Thursday, October 4, 2018   2-4 PM

Nettie-Louise Coit Garden

Join us on October 4, 2018, 2-4 PM in Nettie-Louise Coit Garden for orientation time — meet the chickens and learn how to look after them, chicken care sign up; plant fall bulbs, mulch and maintain paths.

About D-E Garden Project

Help keep our beautiful teaching gardens in shape by participating in three annual work parties and signing up to water the vegetables and take care of the chickens during school holidays. Garden Parents also serve as “critical friends” by listening to students who are planning, planting and building and offering questions and suggestions from an adult perspective.

Volunteers Needed!

In addition to innumerable willing worker bees with any level of experience, the Garden Project needs a work-party coordinator who will reach out to us all, collect RSVPs and organize refreshments.

Contact: urbant@d-e.org — Tasha Urbanowski, Garden Coordinator (and 6th Grade Dean)

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Skate Day at the Ice House

Sunday, March 4, 2018   4:15 - 6:15 PM

Ice House, Hackensack, NJ

Admission, skate rental, and refreshments all provided by the D-E Parents’ Association.

Bring the whole family! Helmets suggested for new (and/or nervous!) skaters!

Check-in at the table just past the main entrance from 4 – 6 PM.

Tickets will be provided for a meal from a prix fixe offering at the concession stand, as the Ice House doesn’t allow outside food and drinks at their facility.

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Pack the Gym

Thursday, February 8, 2018   2:40 PM

Myrna B. Sherman Gym

Join the Bulldog spirit!

Cheer for MS Boys Basketball team in their game against Maywood Avenue School.

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FOODraiser 2018

Tuesday, January 23, 2018   11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Wharton Lessin Dining Hall

All proceeds benefit Student Activities at D-E

Details:

  • Celebrate the end of your first semester!
  • Select from specialty lunch items including:
    Empanadas, sushi, chicken teriyaki bowls, cupcake cones, rice krispie treats, and donuts.
  • Cash only: All entrees are $5.00 each; drinks and desserts are $1.00 each. Quantities limited.
  • Lunch will still be available from FLIK for students who do not wish to purchase food at the Bulldog FOODraiser
  • Coop will close at 11:00 AM and reopen at 4:00 PM that day

Food Provided by:

Empanada Mania, Biddy O’Malley’s, Food for Life, Krispy Kreme, Sarku Japan

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Nancy Siegel “Mindfulness for Parents”

Wednesday, January 17, 2018   7:00 - 9:00pm

Hajjar Auditorium, Klein Campus Center

Join us for this timely, helpful educational workshop in which Nancy Siegel will introduce attendees to:

  • Relaxation, self-regulation and calming techniques for stress relief for you and your children
  • Tools to use to move from a state of reactivity and anxiety to a state of balance and engagement
  • Dynamic listening tips to create openness, communication and acceptance to not only one another, but to new ideas, new thinking and new inspiration
  • Techniques to learn how to make good choices and stay focused

About Nancy Siegel

Nancy is a nationally recognized presenter, trainer and instructor in mindfulness and children’s yoga.  She has more than 25 years of experience practicing yoga, mindfulness and teaching children’s yoga.  She began her career in the early childhood classroom and currently is an Educational Consultant specializing in mindfulness education and children’s yoga teacher training.

Nancy has created and implemented educationally based and yoga inspired programming that has resonated with school leaders, educators, parents and children.  In her work with educators she advocates, nurtures and supports teacher learning, development and growth.

Nancy founded and directed Nesheemah Yoga Center (breath in Hebrew). Outgrowths of the yoga center include CADDY Camp and Nesheemah Kids Yoga Teacher Training (NKYTT).  CADDY Camp, which stands for Circus, Art, Drama, Dance and Yoga, was a creative arts camp that Nancy created and directed for 10 years for 6-11 yr. olds. NKYTT is a 95-hr. Yoga Alliance Accredited Children’s Yoga Teacher Training and is a RCYS (Registered Children’s Yoga School).

Nancy has an M.A. in Educational Leadership, completed Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training, holds E-RYT-200 as well as RCYT Yoga Alliance accreditations and is a Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher Trainer.

Free Admission

Guests of D-E parents/guardians are welcome to attend: RSVP to pa@d-e.org

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Martin Luther King, Jr. D-E Day of Service

Monday, January 15, 2018   8:30 AM - 12:30 PM

D-E Campus

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service at D-E is on Monday, January 15, 2018. This dynamic day includes following:
  • A D-E family-community 1/2 day event, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Morning fellowship and a community gathering to hear a keynote speaker inspire and connect us to MLK’s vision to launch the day.
  • Several choices of service projects both at D-E and some off campus that volunteers will sign up for in advance. Multiple service opportunities are confirmed for the day, plus an opportunity to participate in a MLK Legacy Teach In & Dialogue.
  • A community luncheon at the close of the projects.
Choices of service projects are:
  • Bergen Family Center – work with preschoolers on MLK activities (off campus)
  • Lillian Booth Actors Home – Collage-making with seniors (off campus)
  • Lillian Booth Actors Home – Writing project with seniors (off campus)
  • Southeast Senior Center for Independent Living – clean up (off campus)
  • ArtWorks – get well cards & gift bags for children and young adults suffering from chronic and life limiting illnesses in local hospitals (at D-E)
  • MLK Legacy Teach-In/Racial Justice Dialogue for adults and high school students (at D-E)
  • Meals on Wheels – write notes & make bookmarks for clients (at D-E)
  • Set up and serve at Community Luncheon (at D-E)

Click here for more information and to register.