May 28th Dana Update

May 28th Dana Update
Posted on 05/28/2022

LCFF Forms Distributed To Parents May 31-June 3

Our district requires parents to complete an LCFF form each year. LCFF forms will be distributed to students to take home to parents during the week of May 31st through June 3rd. Parents can choose to complete the form in paper or online. You do NOT need to complete both. Paper forms should be returned to the front office before Tuesday, June 14th.

In-Person School Tour June 2nd

4th grade students and parents are invited to participate in an in-person school tour. Meet with Principal Irwin and other staff members during a Q/A session. Explore the campus and tour the library and classrooms. Dana Middle School conducts school tours on the first Thursday of the month. Our afternoon tour is held from 3:00 to 4:00 PM. Reservations are not necessary. Tours start in the front office. Students are welcome.

Theater Class Skits Available Online

Start your summer by watching a series of shorts skits written and acted by students in the theater program. Our Spring Skits can be viewed by following the link below:

We would like to thank Mr. Flores and the students in the Theater program for putting the skits together.

Incoming Parent Breakfast Materials Available Online

We would like to thank the large number of parents who attended our incoming parent breakfast on May 25th. The following files are available for download:

Upcoming Dates

  •  August 26 - Student Orientation
    • 6th grade - 8:30 - 10:00 AM
    • 5th grade - 11:00 - 1:00 PM
  • August 29 - First Day of School

Primetime Options for Summer Available

Primetime is offering childcare options for families during the upcoming summer vacation. Click this link to learn more about Primetime options for families.

Clear Your Bookshelves And Donates Unwanted Books to Book Flood

May 31st through June 3rd - Spring clean your bookshelves and donate your unwanted books for a good cause! Dana Middle School is holding a Book Flood to benefit Literacy for San Diego. 

Literacy for San Diego’s mission is to unite the community to support literacy. Donated books should be brought into students’ PERIOD 1 class, they should be middle school appropriate, and in relatively good condition - meaning no ripped pages or writing in the book!  If we get enough books, we may let English teachers pick books for their classrooms too, so make sure to donate! Thank you!

Keep Track Of Events - View Our Online Event Calendar

Use our online calendar to keep track of events and happenings on campus. Bookmark this link today!
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