Test Tips With Eve

Eve Sarno, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018

Filed under DFMS News, Student Life

Being students, we have a lot of experience with the word “test”. (Which has Old French and Latin word origins, by the way.) We hear this word either in its rare “pop” form, the “state mandated” form, the “open b...

Can you solve the puzzle?

Can you solve the puzzle?

December 18, 2017

What’s New in 7th Grade Science at DFMS? Microscopes!

Eve Sarno, Staff Writer

November 7, 2017

Filed under DFMS News, Student Life

Recently, something different, yet captivating, has revealed itself in Dr. Park’s science class, allowing 7th graders to see the world in a new point of view. The answer is: microscopes! This year’s bunch of kids have uncovered t...

Fun Things to Do During the Winter Season

Fiona Joslin, Staff Writer

March 27, 2017

Filed under Community News, Student Life

Do you ever get dreary during the winter? Do you ever long to play outside and enjoy the hot sun again. Never fear! Here are 5 cool activities to make your winter pleasurable. Yes, winter is over, but most of these things are fu...

What If….?

Oliver Scott-Hansen, Staff Writer

March 13, 2017

Filed under A&E, Student Life

Welcome to “What If..!” the hottest new set of articles EVER!! Each article we acquire two subjects to it, then, we see what it might be in the future…. Find out THIS subject RIGHT NOW, on What If… Part I Subject I: Skateboa...

Students give The Giver a review YA movie adaptations, and whether or not they work.

Ava Neumaier, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion, Student Life

Recently, the sixth grade, after finishing Lois Lowry’s The Giver, went down to the auditorium to watch its movie adaptation. Released in 2014, the movie The Giver gained mixed reactions from students on whether or not it di...

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