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Operating as usual
DIS welcomes Jay Burnsworth as our new assistant principal over middle school! Mr. Burnsworth served as the Visual Arts and Performing Arts coordinator in BCSD since 2020. He was also the assistant principal as Cane Bay Middle School for four years. Mr. Burnsworth received his undergraduate degree from the University of Saint Francis in Art Education and holds two masters degrees in the areas of Special Education and School Administration.
Congratulations to Ms. Boone’s class! They were recognized as a SC finalist in the Student Treasures National Book Contest that was implemented in Ms. Cook’s lab. A copy of the book will be provided to our front office and students will receive certificates when they return in August! Way to go Ospreys!
DIS raised $17,643 in lifesaving donations for the American Heart Association by participating in the Kids Heart Challenge. We ranked #9 in the state. Thank you Ms. Dorman and DIS Ospreys!
What a great year!! Way to go ospreys!
Philip Simmons High School Freshman Orientation information.
Exciting activities to end the year!
Congratulations to our 8th grade Principal’s Award winners, Anna and Matthew!
8th Grade Clap Out!!
More pictures of the 8th grade picnic!
Eighth grade picnic!
Field Day Fun!!
PSH Grad walk at DIS! Congratulations graduates!
Our staff vs. student volleyball game was a blast!
8th grade breakfast!
Our third graders are working with Engaging Creative Minds this week and creating models of sea turtles using recycled materials. Mrs. Evans’s (Clark’s) students are pictured below working hard on their sea turtle creations!
We recognized 32 Junior Scholars tonight at Cane Bay Middle School. Congratulations DIS Ospreys!
Celebrating our Rookie teachers tonight in BCSD. Ms. Simonides joins us in congratulating Ms. Piacente on a successful first year at DIS!
Comgratulations to Alice L. And Meredith L. on their acceptance in to SC Governor’s School Summer Odyssey program for the arts!
DIS students visited the iTOW Technology truck today! We learned some exciting ideas for robotics, laser cutting, 3D printing and more!
7th graders host buddy reading with our elementary students!
Ms. Burn’s class had lots of fun on Kite Day and learning about ladybugs and sunflowers!
Ms. Fisher’s class hosted a garden scavenger hunt this week with Ms. Rosner’s kindergartners. Check out this adorable collaboration!
Check out these amazing research projects that the kindergartners in Mrs. Holmes’s class presented today.
Yearbooks can be preordered online at Jostens.com. Books not preordered will be sold on a first come first serve basis. Be sure to get yours now!
DIS student council is holding an Animal Shelter Donation Drive May 16th- 20th. Please see the attached information for ways you can help!
Several second grade classes engaged in glow day activities as part of their “G” Day, and students in Ms. Query’s and Ms. Hoogstraal’s classes were able to review ELA and math skills by playing games and creating items GLOW style!
7th graders study soil in our school garden!
Congratulations to our recent students of the month!
Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week is this week!
What A spectacular performance from our elementary drama students in Aladdin last week!
DIS 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders + selected middle schoolers had the chance to listen to the authors Preston Thorne and Langston Moore today. The students learned ways to prepare and show out on the SCReady test next week and the value of reading, writing, and speaking practice. What a great experience! A link to order their books will be shared soon!
We love the way our students support each other at DIS!
We are so grateful for our AMAZING PTA at DIS! Thank you for supporting our students, staff and parents this year!!!
Thank you Charleston Police Department for visiting K5 at DIS!!
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