Weekly Message

October 26, 2014 at 5:30 pm

Good Evening Families of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School, here is your weekly update.

Daniel Pearl World Music Day was a huge success! Thank you to all of the student performers, Mrs. Gorski, Ms. Kissane, Ms. Spector and Ms. Celi for helping to make this event very special! Dr. and Mrs. Pearl were truly touched and could feel the love put into the performace! IN case you missed it, here is the link to KCAL9 News for the story: http://mediacenter.tveyes.com/downloadgateway.aspx?UserID=81655&MDID=4098207&MDSeed=8794&Type=Media

On Monday, October 27th, there are a series of meetings at school , beginning at 5:00 pm, with the Title I Mtg., at 5:30 pm, there is a Senior Year meeting with Mr. Hoeks, and at 6:00 pm, Ms. Zimring, our College Counselor is giving a presentation about college applications. We hope you will all come to these informative and important meetings!

Also on Monday, Spirit Week begins, with Monday being Pajama Day. Get into the spirit and wear your PJ’s to school. The Spirit Week continues and posters are up around the school for you to know what is assigned for each day.

The Pearl Post continues to fundraise at the You Care site, http://www.youcaring.com/tuition-fundraiser/dpmhs-student-journalists-go-to-washington-d-c-/233758?utm_source=widget. Please help our students go to Washington, D.C. as Pacemaker nominees!

The Music Department received a $1,000 donation by singer, Katy Perry! Thank Katy for your support of our music program!

Our school is being honored for our outstanding success in many areas, such as being in the top 1% of high schools in the nation and graduating every senior in the Class of 2014, at the next Phi Delta Kappa meeting and dinner, and I will be speaking about what makes our school such a success! Congratulations to the Daniel Pearl Magnet High School faculty, students, and parents for your contributions in making our school a success!

Fiesta Friday is this coming Friday, and special activities are planned to celebrate Halloween. Students are welcome to bring or wear costumes, but may not wear any kind of mask, nor carry any type of weapon, including toys.

Have a great evening with your loved ones, and we’ll see you tomorrow in your PJ’s!