A successful Seminar Day was held at the Dover Sherborn High School on April 12th. The event was made possible by a grant from the DSEF. Speakers included parents, Dover-Sherborn High School alumni, and local experts in their respective fields. Read more about this wonderful day for the students at: hometownweekly.net/dover-sherborn/ds-high-school-hosts-seminar-day/.
Pictured above are Chickering Principal Laura Dayal, DSEF Co-President Marcus Hatfield, and DSMS English teacher Veronica Moy at the DSEF Grant Award Ceremony on June 10th where the DSEF awarded approximately $195,000 in grants to the public schools of Dover and Sherborn for the 2016 – 2017 school year. Funded grants include art and music, science, and technology initiatives; health and wellness and cultural enrichment; as well as core academic curricula.
Dover Sherborn High School students and teachers on a recent nine day school-sponsored trip to Costa Rica. The trip was made possible by a grant from the Dover Sherborn Education Fund (DSEF).
DSMS seventh graders are participating in Project GUTS (Growing Up Thinking Scientifically), an award-winning computer science curriculum provided by Code.org and the National Science Foundation (NSF) that embeds computer science practices and concepts into existing middle school science curriculum. Continue reading
In the fall of 2014, the DSEF funded the official launch of the multi-year Challenge Success initiative for grades K – 12. An innovative, research-based program out of the Stanford University School of Education, Challenge Success aims to reduce unhealthy pressures on youth and to champion a broader definition of success in our schools in communities. Continue reading
The DSEF board members had a treat during their last meeting. Three Dover Sherborn high school students who were impacted by recent DSEF grants spoke about their experiences… Continue reading
Teachers at the Chickering School in Dover are looking to maximize student learning through the use of technology. Below is a link to a Utube video that highlights how teachers are using Beebots, Interactive WhiteBoards and Ipads at the Chickering School, all of which were at least partially funded by DSEF grants. Continue reading