Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies Blog

M-STEP is coming – Practice Online now!

Online Practice for M-STEP ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies The online Sample Item Sets are a select group of test items in ELA, mathematics, science, and social studies that encompass different item types,...

Mr. Calloway – March Newsletters

March Newsletter Our Student Advocate, Mr. Branden Calloway, is working tirelessly with our students to help them make good choices His newsletters for the month of March are available following the link above.  ...

Our Mathematics Champions – Math Bee Finalists :-)

Let’s congratulate our Math Bee finalists: FLICS’ FINALISTS   PRIMARY GRADES (1-2) 1) JAHZIAH PITT 2) DARIAN TERRY ELEMENTARY(3-5TH) 1) XAVIER LAGOS 2) DESTINEY WILLIAMS MIDDLE SCHOOL(6-8TH) 1) NICHOLAS GARDNER 2) JACOB ANKTON Thank...

Bingo for Books – bingo, books and pizza

Bingo for Books is right around the corner!!! Join us for the 1st school wide Family Literacy event on Thursday, March 16th, 6-8pm in the school cafeteria.  The event is open & FREE to...

Congratulations Laila Borum – Reading achievement

DPSCD Reads!   Wednesday, March 1st kicks of Reading Month, but DPSCD students have been putting forth great efforts in reading all year with myOn digital books. Check out the top 10 readers over the...

Being bilingual alters your brain. Here’s how!

How being bilingual rewires your brain Juggling two languages reshapes your brain. Read more: http://wef.ch/2afR8Q2 Source: Quartz/Pennsylvania State University Posted by World Economic Forum on Saturday, December 3, 2016 It’s well known that being...

Lost and Found News!

On one hand, we have tons of clothing items that students just forget at school, and seem to have forgotten. On the other, we have clothing items that seem to disappear. If you know your child lost...