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  • Denton - St. Jude Math-a-thon Assembly

    On April 30th the Denton Avenue Student Council, advised by Mrs. Daria Roulett, kicked off its 16th annual Math-a-thon to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Hospital in their fight against childhood cancer. This year’s drive is dedicated to Bobby Menges, who fought cancer fiercely and bravely. Mrs. Liz Menges, Bobby’s mother, joined the assembly for an inspiring presentation, highlighting Bobby’s many community service endeavors, and his continued legacy of fund raising for good causes. Mrs. Menges emphasized how we can all make a difference with small acts of kindness and service to others.

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  • Denton - St. Jude Math-a-thon

    Dear Denton Families, Our students are joining St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® in the fight against childhood cancer by participating in a St. Jude Math-A-Thon ending May 10, 2019. This week-long event helps kids refine their academic skills while teaching them that they have the power to help others. Your involvement is a big part of making this program a success, and participation is easy: REGISTER at mathathon.org Click “Find Your School” and then “Register” Thank you for your participation! Daria Roulett Student Council Advisor

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  • Denton Elementary School Highlighted in 2019 Scholastic Commercial

    Click read more for the Scholastic commercial.

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  • Denton PTA - Author Visit

    The Denton PTA invited author and illustrator, Barbara McClintock, to visit Denton Avenue School to speak with children about about the writing process and the inspiration for her stories.

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  • Denton Kindergartners Celebrate the 100th Day of School!

    Denton kindergarteners dressed as 100-year-old citizens on the 100th day of school and participated in a variety of activities to celebrate the 100th day of school.

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  • Denton Students Design Backpack Prototype

    The fifth grade students in Mrs. Roulett’s class learned how to design a new concept for the traditional school backpack. After working cooperatively in small groups, they completed prototypes of their designs using paper. Students proudly presented their impressive creations.

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  • PARP Week at Denton

    During PARP week, Denton students dressed as their favorite game character. Some of the characters spotted around the building were the Monopoly man, Mario, and Minecraft figures.

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