Thursday, October 19th………It’s the 19th Annual DEEP Wine and Food Tasting

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DEEP’s 19th Annual
Food & Wine Tasting

will be held at the
Danversport Yacht Club
on Thursday, October 19,
from 6:00 to 9:00pm.

Enjoy a Las Vegas themed evening with food and desserts from local restaurants, door prizes, raffles and more!

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased online at: www.supportdeep2017.eventzilla.net.

Tickets are also available at Merchants Liquor Mart, 88 High Street; and from Maria DiChiara in the Danvers Public Schools Central Office at Danvers High School, 60 Cabot Road.

Participating restaurants include:

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Costco
Daniella's
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Fuddrucker's
Kelly's
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Texas Roadhouse

 

You must be 21 with valid ID to attend.

All proceeds will benefit Danvers Public School students through the Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership’s Teacher Grant Program.

 

Congratulations to this year’s DEEP Teacher Grant recipients!

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For the 2017 school year, DEEP was proud to present more than $20,000 in mini-grants to the following teachers for their innovative curriculum projects:

 

 

 

Danvers High School:

Michael Gargan ~ 50 chess boards to accompany chess pieces being designed and built in CAD for Engineering class next year

Julie Glynn, Jay Douglass, Diane Morey and Katelyn Williams ~ 8 Hokki Stools

Lindsay Rescott, Ryan Hayes and John Maggiacomo ~ ClassPlus Yoga Mat Pack

Lee Russo, Cheryl George, Angelo Bertolino and Kristen Augulewicz ~ 7 COGas Sensors and 9 BioChamber 250 Nalgene bottles

Julie O’Neill, Ron Parsons and Andy St. Pierre ~ Drone for aerial videography

Paul Vecchione, Meghan Beaulieu and Kathy Gadzera ~ 50-seat license for Corel Draw for use with Fab Lab Laser Cutter

Kristina Aste-Mayer and Will Ford ~ From Page to Stage: Enhancing and Expanding To Kill A Mockingbird

Alex Grover ~ 2 wireless microphones

Holten-Richmond Middle School:

Carrie Evanchik ~ 2 wireless microphones

Emilie Rey Gelas and Sarah Woo ~ Creation of a French Corner in the library

Science Faculty ~ 2 classroom sets of DNA/RNA models designed by M.I.T.

Sean Dunleavy, John Fosberry, Marci Gelinas, John Hodsdon and Megan White ~ Devices to be used with Google Cardboard Virtual Reality Headsets

Laurie Bernier, Michele DeMaino, Jackie Hutchinson and Renate Uhlig ~  Interactive Whiteboard System

Kristen Marroncelli ~ Materials for middle school extended year summer program

Great Oak:

Jessica Massero and Lisa Swaine ~ 120 high-interest leveled books for students in grades 3-5

Kristen Butler, Susan Howland and Victoria Roberts ~ 3 IPEVO Dual-Mode Document Cameras and 3 Interactive Pens

Highlands:

Amy DiCicco ~ Listening Center for Language-Based Learning Program

Riverside:

Beth Ann Hilton ~ PreSchool materials to help develop fine motor skills

Amanda Carter and Jessica Swindell ~ 12 Gaiam Balance Ball Chairs

Sarah Fitzgerald ~ 2 STEM Learning Labs

Dr. Betty G. Allen Administrative Grant:

Julie Posternack ~ Academic enrichment materials for kindergarten students

Annual DEEP/Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee

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The Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership is proud to be sponsoring the 8th Annual Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee.

44 students from grades 6, 7 and 8 will compete for the opportunity to represent Danvers at the regional competition in Lynn on March 10.

The winner of the Lynn competition will advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

This year’s spelling bee will be held in the Danvers High School auditorium on Thursday, February 16, from 6:00 to 7:30pm.

Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students and seniors.

All proceeds go to support DEEP and our mission to enhance and broaden community support for public education and to provide funding for innovative and challenging programs for students and educators in the Danvers Public Schools.

Thanks to all of the HRMS Spelling Bee sponsors for their support of this exciting evening:

George Koutsos

 

Danvers House of Pizza

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Cumberland Farms Fundraiser for DEEP

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Great new store for you…

great big check for DEEP!

 

For every dispensed beverage sold from November 15 to December 13, the new Cumberland Farms on Route 1 South donated 10¢  to DEEP — more than $1,600 was raised!
Thanks to Cumberland Farms for their support of our mission and the Danvers Public Schools.

 

Join DEEP and Cumberland Farms at the kickoff event:

Tuesday, November 15th

3:00 to 4:00 pm

76 Newbury Street (Route 1 South) in Danvers

There will be free hot food samples, coffee bar and chill zone beverages.

Hope to see you there!

18th Annual Wine & Food Tasting

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DEEP’s 18th Annual
Food & Wine Tasting

was held at the
Danversport Yacht Club
on Thursday, October 27,
from 6:00 to 9:00pm.

Almost 300 people enjoyed food and desserts from British Beer Company, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burtons Grill, Daniella’s Café, Danversport Yacht Club, Fuddrucker’s, Kelly’s Roast Beef, Olive Garden, and Texas Roadhouse.

All proceeds will benefit Danvers Public School students through the Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership’s Teacher Grant Program.

Thanks to all of the Food & Wine Tasting Sponsors for their support of this great evening:

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Annual DEEP/Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee

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The Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership is proud to be sponsoring the 7th Annual Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee.

45 students from grades 6, 7 and 8 will compete for the opportunity to represent Danvers at the regional competition in Lynn in March.

The winner of the Lynn competition will advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

This year’s spelling bee will be held in the Danvers High School auditorium on Thursday, February 11, at 6:00pm.

Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for students.

A bake sale will also be held. All proceeds go to support DEEP and our mission to enhance and broaden community support for public education and to provide funding for innovative and challenging programs for students and educators in the Danvers Public Schools.


Thanks to our sponsors…

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Currans Cares…About the Teachers and Students in the Danvers Public Schools!

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DEEP is participating in the Curran Brothers Florists Currans Cares program. This program will benefit the students and teachers in the Danvers Public Schools.

Simply go online to www.curransflowers.com to place your order. With each order, a customer can choose to have Curran Brothers Florists make a donation to DEEP. Select the Currans Cares pull-down menu on the order form and choose D.E.E.P. Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership to receive your contribution.

Currans Cares was designed as a way to continuously give something back to our community all year long. The Currans Cares program encourages customers to take advantage of this service when sending flowers across town or even around the world online.

DEEP’s 17th Annual Wine & Food Tasting was Thursday, October 29

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DEEP’s 17th Annual
Food & Wine Tasting

was held at the
Danversport Yacht Club
on Thursday, October 29,
from 6:00 to 9:00pm.

Almost 400 people enjoyed food and desserts from Blu Karma, British Beer Company, Buffalo Wild Wings, Burtons Grill, Costco Wholesale, Daniella’s Café, Danversport Yacht Club, Gillian’s Foods, Kelly’s Roast Beef, Texas Roadhouse, Trader Joe’s and other local restaurants

All proceeds will benefit Danvers Public School students through the Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership’s Teacher Grant Program.

 

Congratulations to Our DEEP Hall of Honor Inductees

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DEEP was proud to welcome the following individuals into the Hall of Honor in a ceremony at the Danversport Yacht Club on March 5.

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Kevin Noyes ~ Former Student, DHS Class of 1982
Eight years ago, Mr. Noyes’ love of business education prompted him to approach Danvers High School with an interactive financial literacy program, Reality Check.  The program – which he has coordinated every year since — has been a resounding success, helping to raise the financial awareness of more than 1,500 DHS students since its inception.  Through his commitment to community and education, Mr. Noyes annually provides his fellow Falcons with the tools needed to better navigate their financial futures.

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Matthew Schroeder ~ Friend of the Danvers Public Schools
Mr. Schroeder moved to Danvers from Portland, Maine in 2008, and has been a staunch supporter of public education here ever since.  He spearheaded the fundraising effort for DEEP’s Danvers High School Technology Campaign in support of 7 learning laboratories, and made a significant contribution to the campaign from his family’s foundation.  He continues to inspire civic duty in DHS students as both the advisor to the Rotary Interact Club and a Junior Achievement Consultant.

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Susanne Tagg ~ Former Danvers Public Schools Educator
Ms. Tagg has dedicated her life to supporting Danvers students.  As a long-time guidance counselor at both Danvers High School and the Holten-Richmond Middle School, her expertise and personal commitment to the success of her students earned her a reputation unmatched by others.  Even after retirement, Ms. Tagg’s work with our students continues.  As coordinator of the DHS Community Service Program, she encourages them to  “give back” to the community that has given them so much.
The objectives of the DEEP Hall of Honor are threefold:

~ To provide role models for students by honoring former students who have distinguished themselves;

~ To create excitement about education in the Danvers Public Schools;

~ To honor those educators and friends who have made extraordinary contributions to public education in Danvers.

This year’s event was sponsored by People’s United Bank, North Shore Bank and Care Dimensions.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to this year’s DEEP teacher grant recipients!

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For the 2015 school year, DEEP was proud to present more than $20,000 in mini-grants to the following teachers for their innovative curriculum projects:

 

Danvers High School

  • Lotte Calnek and Leah Johnson ~ Visual Arts
  • Todd Butterworth and Topher Carlson ~ iPads in the Math Classroom
  • James Lombard ~ Up, Up and Away and Down Under Part II
  • Meghan Symmes Beaulieu ~ Danvers DECA
  • Kristina Aste-Mayer, Katelyn Giovannucci, Jay Douglass, Tim Jeffreys, Tracie Ewing and Josh Jordan ~ Bringing the Bard to Life: Shakespeare Sessions at DHS
  • Ron Parsons ~ iPads in the High School Band


Holten-Richmond Middle School

  • Michael Scaramellino ~ LEGO® Robotics Kit


Great Oak Elementary

  • Abby Coviello, Donna McCarriston and Lisa Fitzgerald ~ First Grade Listening Center
  • Christine Bresnahan ~ Liberating the Language Inside


Riverside Elementary

  • Beth Ann Hilton ~ Early Childhood Development Skills
  • Melinda Sheehy ~ A Total Communications Approach
  • Jennifer Dennett ~ Visual Learning in the Classroom
  • Heather Gavel ~ Mathematics and Science Made Fun
  • Amber Adair ~ Implementing the Common Core at the Pre-School Level


Smith Elementary

  • Melanie Pyle ~ Sensory Stations


Thorpe Elementary

  • Lorraine Errico ~ iPads in the Elementary Classroom
  • Leanne Miraglia and Christine Proctor~ iPads in the Elementary Classroom
  • Kristen D’Entremont and Suzanne Burke ~ iPads in the Elementary Classroom
  • Katherine Pelletier and Stacey Cook ~ iPads in the Elementary Classroom
  • Judith Ashby and Lisa Horn ~ iPads in the Elementary Classroom
  • Marie DiMare and Nicole Lamar ~ iPads in the Elementary Classroom
  • Haidee Dutch ~ Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Students
  • Jennifer Dennett ~ Visual Learning in the Classroom


ESL and ELL

  • Juliann Robbins and Holly Murphy ~ Handheld Electronic Translators for English Learners