Achievements, Recognitions, Event Coverage!
Thankful for Denny's Community Success Dinner
A fabulous evening of giving thanks with our Denny community.
Check out the coverage on the WS Blog...
Global Connections - Gambia
Sarah McDougal, former Peace Corps volunteer in the Gamia, came to share her overseas experience with our scholars. It was a great presentation, complete with Gambian outfits and dancing!
Roxhill Park Longfellow Creek Clean Up
Thank you to our Dolphin Scholars, Ms. Garcia and Mr. Evans for helping our community by removing invasive plant species from the Longfellow Creek Bog in Roxhill Park on Saturday! This community service project is part of an exciting multidisciplinary unit on storm water and the inter-connectivity of water in our local ecosystem. We are proud of you for the great job you did helping our community!
Bog to Bay Eco Bike Tour 2014
Thank you to Mr. Evans, Mr. Chase, Ms. Garcia, Ms. Choi, and the volunteers who helped with the Bog to Bay Longfellow Creek Eco Bike Tour on Saturday! The scholars loved it and learned a lot about water in our ecosystem and how we can help to protect our envirnoment.
1st Community Success Dinner a... Success!
It was a pleasure to attend our first Community Success Dinner! Families and staff enjoyed dinner together and benefitted from the information shared. A big thank you to Ms. Amaral, the CIS team, all of City Year, everyone else who helped, and the staff who came to eat with our families!
Confucius Institute Day 2014
What an honor it was to attend the celebration of Confucius Institute Day here on the Denny/Sealth campus on Saturday! Congratulations to Wenqiu Wang and Michelle Aoki, Confucius Institute Co-Directors and thank you to everyone who helped!
For more photos and information, check out the WS Blog...
A Fantastic Day of Building Community
Check out the photos from our field trip.
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Fun at the Fiestas Patrias Parade
The Denny Dolphins did an excellent job representing their school in the Fiestas Patrias parade on Saturday in South Park!
Eighth-grader, Carmela Pedraza Sanchez did an outstanding job showing his positive leadership by leading the chants and demonstrating our school pride. Thank you to our terrific Proyecto Saber team, Ms. Olsen, Mr. Garcia, and Ms. Bowie for coordinating the event and to Ms. Rangel and Mr. Rodriguez for their help.
Additionally, it was an honor to march next to the Concord Cougars as they proclaimed that they were college-bound!
It was a great day for our school pathway and community—thank you to all of the scholars who participated!
Go Dolphins! Jeff Clark, Principal
Almost 30 kids helped this summer to assemble the bikes that were purchased with the money Theresa Beaulieu raised for the up coming after school program at Denny IMS. It was a fun day filled with eager kids willing to help out.
Thank you to Will King who organized the student rotations. Also a special Thank you to Jeff Halman of West Seattle Bike Connections and Theresa's husband Jason Beaulieu.
2nd Annual Denny-Lincoln Classic: Fun for Everyone
The Second Annual Denny-Lincoln Classic took place on Saturday May 31st to culminate “Bike to School Month.” Around 35 students and 15 adults came out to ride the streets of West Seattle and BBQ at Lincoln Park. Theresa and Jason Beaulieu along with Seattle Parks’ Will King organized the event.
Abandoned bikes were procured from Metro to donate to kids. Staff and PTSA members dedicated time after school to repair bikes and make them ready to ride. On that warm day even neighbors came out to fill water bottles and quench the students thirst. The Denny-Lincoln Classic is bound to stay and be a great Denny tradition.
Pictures provided by: Theresa Beaulieu
Patricia J Rangel, Assistant Principal Denny IMS