Extended Learning Program
The DHMS Extended Learning Program (ELP) is available to all students. ELP offers our students the opportunity to extend their learning and academic success through remediation, recovery, and enrichment programs. We are offering a variety of options before and/or after school to continue to support your child’s academic success. All Students must be registered in order to attend ELP. Please see the application below for ELP session information, along with dates and times:
H.E.A.T. (Helping Eliminate Academic Tardies) - Sessions offer extra help to students whose grades are not at the level of their expectations. These sessions provide homework help, academic support, and in some cases students can makeup missed assignments.
Reading Rockstars - Standards-based FSA support for students who want to improve their FSA levels in Reading. Help is targeted toward areas in which students need support to be ready for the FSA in the Spring.
Math Tutoring - Standards-based FSA support for students who want to improve their FSA levels in Math. Help is targeted toward areas in which students need support to be ready for the FSA in the Spring.
6th and 7th Grade STEM - STEM Club for students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. 6th and 7th grade STEM focuses on Coding and explores other areas of STEM.
8th Grade STEM - STEM Club for students interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. 8th grade STEM focuses on Robotics and explores other areas of STEM.
Spanish Club - Explore Spanish Culture and extend your learning the in area of Spanish Language.
NHD Mentoring - Students can receive support in researching, planning, and exectuing their National History Day projects.
Chess - Love the game of Chess? Would you like to learn more about strategy and game play? Join the Chess Club!
Yearbook - Work collaboratively to plan and create the 2019 DHMS Yearbook.
Saturday School - Receive additional support in Reading, Language Arts, and Math in preparation for the FSA exams in the Spring. Students will use the PCSB Personlized Learning Pathway to improve their academic weaknesses.