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Wednesday, July 24, 2024


Principal Invites Parents, Board to Dennis Middle School Events

By Joe Hart

DENNISVILLE –– Dennis Township Middle School Principal James DiCarlo wanted to invite parents to attend upcoming holiday events.
He sent a letter home with students and also informed the Board of Education at its Dec. 5 meeting of the following special events:
• Student Government designed, constructed and entered a float in the township Christmas Parade Dec 6. Unfortunately, the parade was cancelled due to weather conditions.
“It’s a shame, because the students worked so hard on their float,” DiCarlo told the Herald. “We are working on a forum for them to display their work, whether in another parade or elsewhere.”
He said they’d have a parade of their own it they had to.
• On Dec. 13, the Middle School Chorus will perform in the Primary School at 601 Hagan Road at 10 a.m., at the Senior Center at 571 Petersburg Road at noon, and at the Wildwood Country Club 1170 Golf Club Road in Court House at 1 p.m.
DiCarlo also said to watch for the Chorus on NBC Channel 40. “The Chorale will air 15 times Dec. 8 through Dec. 25,” he said.
• On Dec. 20 at 7 p.m., the Dennis Township School District will host its annual Holiday Concert at the Middle Township Performing Arts Center at 1 Penkethman Way in Court House.
Board Member Lisa Toft told DiCarlo she thought the letter on upcoming events was a great idea and asked him if he could do it regularly for events throughout the year.
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