Students at Merrill have an opportunity to sign up for competitive debate at Merrill Middle School for the upcoming school year. The Merrill Middle School Debate Program is in its second year as a student organization in the district. Debate students learn to be poised under scrutiny, practice composure under fire and present their ideas … Read more »
Plans are in the works for a trip to Washington, DC as well as historic Philadelphia during the 2016 spring break for DMPS 8th grade and high school students. For interested parents and students, please click the photo to learn more about this fun and educational opportunity including information on costs, application forms, schedules and more.
A new school year brings a new eighth period class, called ReCharge, to Merrill students. ReCharge is dedicated time at the end of each day for academic interventions, student support, and enrichment opportunities. The addition of this 32-minute period is meant to provide students with rich learning experiences that increase student proficiencies, whether it be … Read more »
Welcome to the 2015-16 school year, Mustangs! School started for Merrill students on Wednesday, August 26. Students spent the day meeting teachers and new classmates and engaging in team building activities. We look forward to a fantastic year of learning, growing, and working together. Have a great year, Mustangs!
Hundreds of middle school students gathered at Williams Stadium on Monday evening for the annual DMPS All-City Middle School Track & Field Meet. Great weather led to some great results, and a reminder of the district-wide effort to increase middle school sports and activities. Click the image to read and see more of the competition.
Merrill students, staff, and parents made a huge mark on fighting hunger last Friday when more than 750 participants worked to assemble and package 55,000 meals through Meals From The Heartland. The cafeteria was filled with assembly lines of students scooping, measuring, weighing and packaging meals that will be distributed to those in need of … Read more »