Posting Calendar

October 2014
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Today is E.A. Appreciation Day! We are very fortunate to have amazing EA's at Dalewood. Thanks for all that you do for our students.

Posted on Oct 29 2014 @ 7:00 pm

Ottawa Trip: Remember to hand in your registration form and $100 cheque payable to Dalewwod Middle School before Nov. 28th

Posted on Oct 28 2014 @ 7:34 pm

Halloween Dance: Pay $3 at the door. Swimming and study hall are available for those not going to the dance. Fri. 31st PM

Posted on Oct 28 2014 @ 7:33 pm

Gr. 6 Bulldogs Trip needs volunteers to assist us. No charge for the trip, but please remember a police check is required.

Posted on Oct 28 2014 @ 7:30 pm

Picture Retake Day is November 24th

Posted on Oct 28 2014 @ 7:28 pm


Last Updated: October 29, 2014.  Please view our a Site Map for assistance. (PDF) Any questions can be directed to Ms. Linda Coburn. For more information about our school please refer to our Dalewood Brochure.

Please note that on the top of the webpage you will see the above drop down menu to select an alternate language.  


or_pinHalloween Dance: Pay $3 at the door. Pop will be $1.50  and popcorn will be $2.50 a bag. Swimming and study hall are available for those who do not want to go to the dance.

 or_pin Gr. 6 Trip forms for the Bulldogs Game/Literacy Link were sent home on Oct. 15 and are due October 24th. The trip is on Tuesday, November 4th from 9:15 to 2:15 with a cost of $12 per student. If you need a subsity please contact the office. We are also looking for volunteers.

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or_pin Please note that our start up October 2014 Newsletter has been uploaded to our Newsletter Homepage.





Welcome to Dalewood Middle School!

Evidence from research shows that the middle school students are passing through a unique time in their lives-the change from childhood into adolescence. This process is a difficult one as the students must learn to cope with and adapt to rapid physical, social, emotional and intellectual change. The agenda (paper or online)  is an important tool that each student is required to have and use on a daily basis. It helps to teach organizational skills. It is to be used to record assignments, homework, tests, and school activities. It provides an excellent vehicle for communicating among teachers, parents and students on a regular and timely basis. Your child’s advisor teacher is your primary school contact. We hope that by working together, we can provide a sound educational experience for these students as they develop and mature into young adults. Please feel free to contact the school at any time during the school day should you have a question or concern. We look forward to your positive contribution and participation during the year. Please view our Dalewood Brochure to find out all about our classes, subjects, events, activities, teams, school store etc. (PDF) Thanks, Dalewood Staff



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