Current News and Info

 

HB DuPont Middle School PTA recognized as a National PTA School of Excellence

Congratulations to H.B. duPont Middle School PTA for being 1 of 141 local PTAunits across the country earning the 2017-2019 School of Excellence designation from the National PTA School of Excellence Program! This recognition celebrates the recipient’s year-long commitment to engage families in the school improvement process. The School of Excellence Program supports and celebrates partnerships between PTAs and schools to engage more families in student success and school improvements, while creating stronger family-school-community connections.

We are so proud of the work H.B. duPont PTA is doing. Earlier this year we reported several other national and state awards that H.B. duPont PTA received.

This is the first time Delaware has ever had a PTA unit earn multiple awards/grants within the same school year. The fact that H.B.duPont has achieved this incredible accomplishment is indicative of their ongoing commitment to the mission and vision of PTA in serving their students and school community. Each program that H.B. applied for is designed to enhance family engagement, stronger schools and an increased focus on Arts appreciation in the schools.

HB and our PTA will be recognized at the October Red Clay School Board meeting 7 PM, October 18th at Cab Calloway School of the Arts Auditorium.  Please come support HB!

Great things happen when you are a part of HB’s PTA!!!

 

HB Spirit Wear

The HB Spirit Wear online store is open!! 

 

Front Marquee Sign Update:

The sign is finished and functioning!  Make sure to check it for important school information.

 

Breakfast Vending Machines

The Nutrition Department is pleased to announce the arrival of a brand new breakfast vending machine!  This vending machine will be located at the main doors in the back of the building and will dispense full breakfasts at no charge to the students.  The students simply enter their birthday and student ID number and then select which breakfast they desire, then can enjoy it in their first class.  We are really counting on the students to be responsible and careful to clean up any mess they may make while eating, and not to eat near their Chromebooks or other electronic equipment.  
Of course, the students can still come to the cafeteria and select their breakfast, this is just another way that HB is making breakfast available to everyone.  Cash is not accepted in this machine, and only one breakfast per day per student will be dispensed.  We are also urging all students with a food allergy to continue to come to the cafeteria and get their lunch from the staff so that they can ensure they are eating foods that are safe for them.

 

'Reflections' 2017/18 Theme "Within Reach"

Reflections 2016/17 Winners:

Literature:
Janelle Javier
Jordan Ormsby
Jake Hannum
Daniel Steenkamer
Louis Hu
 
Photography:
Olivia Ormsby (2 entries)
Shayla Modi
Amrutha Veeramachineni
Grant Lutes
Ava Stiner
 
Visual Arts:
Ainsley Fischer
Samantha Uy
 
Dance Composition:
Sareena Modi
 
Sareena was also the winner of the Theme Search contest at the State level.  Her entry has been submitted to the National Level for judging.  
 
Congratulations to all of you for your winning Reflections Entries.  Good luck at the state level.  The State PTA will be contacting you if your entry is chosen to move on to the national level.