2019-20 Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fairs (formerly Parent Information Nights) Incoming or Current Middle & High School Families Learn first-hand information about the upcoming academic year, speak to representatives from each subject area, and get a jumpstart on the student course selection/registration process! Middle School Course Planning Night & Curriculum Fair Tuesday, February 5th, […]
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January 10, 2019 Dear D.J. Montague Families, Happy New Year! I hope your holiday was restful, relaxing and filled with quality time with family and friends. If you are one who makes New Year’s Resolutions (I am very good at making them, but keeping them is a challenge!) please consider resolving to volunteer at school, […]
During the month of December students took part in the Hour of Code, a worldwide event that promotes coding in each and every classroom. Millions of students completed a variety of different coding activities and learned a little bit about what it takes to use coding in the real world. Want to continue the coding […]
Thank you to the WJCC Schools Foundation for funding the Breakout Boxes at DJ Montague. What a wonderful tool to encourage critical thinking, problem solving, cooperation, and get students excited about learning.
Students at DJ Montague participated in Mix It Up Day at lunch on October 31st! This is a national event that encourages students to make new friends at lunch, sit with someone new and different. Students get the opportunity to meet new people, celebrate differences, and enjoy a conversation and meal with someone new. Look […]
We hope you can make it this weekend to the Occasion for the Arts in Colonial Williamsburg. DJ student’s artwork will be on display Saturday, Oct. 6th and Sunday, Oct. 7th from 10-5 in the Student Tent. A big “THANK YOU” to Mrs. Forget for all her hard work and to the students for their […]
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October 3, 2018 Dear D.J. Montague Families, It is hard to believe, but we are almost halfway through the first marking period. The school year is off to a great start! A couple of security updates. We have a new check in system that requires visitors to scan their driver’s license. We will keep […]
Welcome Don Tate, Author and Illustrator!! Third, Fourth, and Fifth Graders had the wonderful opportunity to meet and hear from Don Tate who has written and illustrated over 50 children’s books! What an awesome way to boost creativity, a love of reading and drawing, and learn about how to become an author or illustrator […]