Ecole Deer Meadow School Has Approximately 450 Students For 2017-2018

About 450 students will be entering the doors of Deer Meadow Middle School in Olds when school starts again on Thursday, August 31st. That is according to Principal Carey Collin,

Staff are coming back happy, re-charged and ready to roll for the 2017/18 school year according to the Ecole Deer Meadow Middle School Principal.
 
Carey Collin says they also have 3 new teachers this year at DMS.
 
 
About 450 students will be entering the doors at DMS for the first day of school on Thursday, according to Principal Collin. He says that has been about the average number over the past 3 years for the grade 5-8 school.
 
He says middle schoolers love learning and he iss excited to see the kids again.

Principal Collin talks about the grade 7 academy program, which will be offered again this year.
 
 
He adds, Deer Meadow will be looking at getting the Titan Travel Academy trip going this year which would include stops in Totonto, Quebec City, and Montreal.
 

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