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Congratulations to the Winner of This Year’s Keys to Success!

Posted by on Jun 21, 2019 in General | 0 comments

Keys to Success Program Sponsored by Michaud Mitsubishi

The Keys to Success Program recognizes student improvement and kindness at Danvers High School. Student reward/contract cards are earned for Academic Improvement, Attendance Improvement, Service, Citizenship, and more. To learn more about the program visit: https://www.michaudmitsubishi.com/keys-to-success.htm.
This year’s Key Off, hosted by Billy Costa, was held on Thursday, May 23rd. 50 Danvers High School students were awarded keys. Mohammad Elhadidy’s started the 2004 AWD Mitsubishi Outlander!
Congratulations to all of the students who qualified, and thanks to Kevin and Jill Michaud for their continued sponsorship of this great event!

Congratulations to this year’s DEEP Teacher Grant recipients!

Posted by on Jun 11, 2019 in General | 0 comments

For the 2019 school year,  DEEP was proud to present more than $15,000 in mini-grants  to the following teachers for their innovative curriculum projects:

 

Danvers High School:

Tracie Ewing: Language Arts Manipulatives for Special Education

Scott Fields, Lee Russo, Alex Carroll: Vernier Conductivity Probes for Biology and Chemistry Classes

Holten-Richmond Middle School:

Alex Conant, Mark Gargan: LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Core Set

John Hodsdon: Monitoring Salt Marsh Erosion, Year 2

Renate Uhlig, Michele DeMaino, Laurie Bernier, Rebecca Wait: Flexible Math Seating for 6th Grade Students

Ellen White: Sewing Machine and Supplies for Sewing Club

Great Oak:

Kristin Serino, Lisa Dean: Technology to Increase Makerspace Opportunities

Highlands:

Michelle Merrow, Sheryl James: Technology to Increase Makerspace Opportunities

Riverside:

Amber Adair: Learning through Dramatic Play for PreK

Stephanie Gouker, Emily Smith: Problem Solving and Social Skill Development through Play for PreK

Jennifer Morgan, Anne Shea: Technology to Increase Makerspace Opportunities

Violetta Powers: Riverside Sensory Hallways

Thorpe:

Kelly Radochia, Estelle Rand: Technology Integration at Thorpe

Kaitlin Resnik, Kristen Crowley, Erica Beaudoin, Courtney Henrick, Sara DeMato, Maureen Carroll, Ana Laguarda: Thorpe Sensory Hallways

DEEP Administrator Grant:

Ellyn Feerick: Project-Based Learning Implementation Grants

10th Annual Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee

Posted by on Feb 8, 2019 in General | 0 comments

Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee

Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership proudly sponsored the 10th Annual Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee on Thursday, February 7th.

31 students from grades 6, 7 and 8 competed 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.

The winner of this year’s HRMS Spelling Bee is 7th grader, Isha Patel. Isha correctly spelled the championship word “tangine”. Isha will now take a written spelling test to compete for the opportunity to participate in the Regional Spelling Bee at Lynn City Hall Memorial Auditorium on March 13.

Thanks to the following local businesses for their support:

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2018 Danvers Holiday Festival

Posted by on Nov 27, 2018 in General | 0 comments

DEEP is proud to partner with the Town of Danvers to present the…

2018 Danvers Holiday Festival

Saturday, December 1, 2018

2:00 to 5:00pm in Danvers Square

An afternoon of family fun with refreshments and activities provided by downtown businesses.

Schedule of Events

2:00 to 4:30pm:
Pictures with Santa @ East Boston Savings Bank
Pictures with DCAT Elves and Cocoa & Cookies @ Maple Street Congregational Church
2:00 to 5:00pm:
Activities @ local businesses
Roaming Bell Ringers
DJ Woody @ the Holiday Tree
2:30 to 3:30pm:
Performances by DPS choral groups
3:00pm:
Live nativity @ Maple Street Congregational Church
4:00:
Girl Scouts caroling @ Maple Street Congregational Church
4:55pm:
Santa arrives by fire truck
5:00pm:

Santa lights the Holiday Tree

 

Thanks to the following local businesses and organizations for their support of this year’s event: 

  • Cherry Street Fish Market
  • C.R. Lyons & Sons Funeral Directors
  • Currans Flowers
  • Danvers Fresh Marketplace
  • Danvers Historical Society
  • Danvers Knights of Columbus
  • DCAT
  • East Boston Savings Bank
  • Edward Jones
  • Giovanni’s Pizza & Roast Beef
  • Good Lickin’
  • Lee Realty Company
  • Maple Street Congregational Church
  • New Brothers Restaurant & Deli
  • New Danvers House of Pizza
  • New Wave Salon
  • Northern Star Dental Group
  • Novello’s Florist
  • Osborne Tavern
  • Rocco’s Pizza House
  • Revival Fashion Consignment
  • Salvo’s Panini Pizzeria
  • The Best Nails Lounge & Spa
  • Western Cycle

 

20th Annual DEEP Wine & Food Tasting

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in General | 0 comments

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are proud to present the…

 

20th Annual DEEP Wine & Food Tasting

 

Thursday, October 25, 2018

6:00 – 9:00pm

Danversport, 161 Elliott Street in Danvers

 

Tickets are $40 and are available from:

Merchants Liquor Mart, 88 High Street

Maria DiChiara, DPS Central Office at 64 Cabot Road

Online at: http://supportdeep2018.eventzilla.net/

 

It’s our biggest fundraiser of the year! Enjoy food and desserts from area restaurants, plus door prizes, raffles and more.

 

Thanks to the following businesses for their support of this year’s event:

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

The DEEP Wine & Food Tasting is sponsored by Merchants Liquor Mart.

Must be 21 with ID to attend.

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Congratulations to This Year’s DEEP Teacher Grant recipients!

Posted by on Jun 18, 2018 in General | 0 comments

 

For the 2018 school year,  DEEP was proud to present more than $15,000 in mini-grants  to the following teachers for their innovative curriculum projects:

Danvers High School:

Ann DiStasio ~ Class Set (20) Google Expeditions Virtual Reality Viewers, Devices, Chargers and Router

Kathryn Gadzera ~ Credit 4 Life 2019

Lindsay Perry ~ Flexible Seating in the Classroom

Leonina Russo, Angelo Bertolino, Cheryl George and Kristin Augulewicz ~ Oxygen Sensors for Biology Classrooms

Holten-Richmond Middle School:

John Hodsdon, Laurie Franchi and Michael Belyea ~ Monitoring Salt March Erosion

Great Oak:

Gwen Chalmers, Hannah Srebnik and Sara Allen ~ Country Resource Books

Anna Vitale ~ Moose Materials (activities and games which have the flexibility to support a variety of Multisensory Structured Language Programs)

Highlands:

Melissa McKinnon ~ Alternative Seating for Reader’s Workshop

Riverside:

Amber Adair and Stephanie Gouker ~ Learning Through Dramatic Play

Brenda Gharabegian ~ Remediation of Speech Sound Disorders in Elementary School Aged Students

Melinda Sheehy ~ Fostering Social Skills in Our Youngest Learners

Kimberly Silva ~ SEL Curriculums for Elementary Students

Smith:

Cynthia Grady, Brynn Gregerick, Maureen Carroll and Caitlyn Marshall ~ Performance Pride in Danvers

Thorpe:

Courtney Henrick ~ Flexible Seating

Thorpe, Smith and Great Oak:

Sara DeMato and Beth Crowley ~ Expanding Expression Tool

DEEP Administrator Grant:

Ellyn Feerick ~ Creating Teacher Anchor Charts for Key District Instructional Initiatives

 

Annual DEEP/Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee

Posted by on Feb 9, 2018 in General | 0 comments

The Danvers Educational Enrichment Partnership was proud to sponsor the 9th Annual Holten-Richmond Middle School Spelling Bee.

46 students from grades 6, 7 and 8 competed for the opportunity to represent Danvers at the regional competition in Lynn in March. Congratulations to this year’s winner, 8th grader Emma Hatch, for correctly spelling “cello” and the championship word “telegenic” to advance.

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

This year’s Spelling Bee was held in the Danvers High School auditorium on Thursday, February 8, from 6:00 to 7:30pm.

Thanks to our sponsors:

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Thanks to All Who Helped Make This Year’s DEEP Wine and Food Tasting Such A Success!

Posted by on Oct 23, 2017 in General | 0 comments

DEEP’s 19th Annual
Food & Wine Tasting

was held at the
Danversport Yacht Club
on Thursday, October 19,
from 6:00 to 9:00pm.
Attendees enjoyed a Las Vegas themed evening with food and desserts from local restaurants, door prizes, raffles and more!

Thanks to our sponsors for their support of our biggest fundraiser of the year:

Merchants Liquor Mart

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Participating restaurants included:

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Daniella's
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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!

Posted by on Jul 20, 2017 in General | 0 comments

 

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

Posted by on Feb 17, 2017 in General | 0 comments

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:

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Danvers House of Pizza

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