DeJean Middle School

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  • Kennedy High and Middle College similarities

    Like Middle College, Kennedy students will be taking Contra Costa College courses beginning in the freshman year in high school.  Like MCHS, Kennedy students will take seminar classes to support them in rising to the college-work standards. 

    With the incredible resource that the Fab Lab brings to Kennedy, the team there has developed Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering pathways to compliment the already successful Information Technology pathway.
     
    So while it may be some time before half the Kennedy High seniors graduate with an Associate of  Arts degree the way that half the Middle College students do now, it’s not unreasonable to predict that more than half the Kennedy High class of 2020 will have a full year of college credit when they graduate.

     

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Principals' Message

  • Welcome to Lovonya DeJean Middle School

    Posted by Mr. McGee, Principal, Lovonya DeJean Middle School on 1/2/2018

     

    Friday, March 1, 2019
     
    The month of March is Art is Education and Women's History Month.
     
    Daily, students will be announce contributions made to our country by women which have helped improve our daily lives.
     
    The 3rd Annual Art in March Education Extravaganza will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at DeJean Middle School. This is a free event for the entire family...please attend and do art, drumming, theatre arts, and more. Lunch is free.
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    School Site Council (SSC) meeting will be held Tuesday, March 12, 2019 in the Parent Center B104 at 3:30 pm.
     
     

     
     
    Friday, February 1, 2019
     
    Dear Lovonya DeJean Middle School Family Member,
     
    We are excited about the school year and the events for Black History Month.
     
    The Families of African American Students Team (FAAST) will be hosting a family meeting on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, beginning at 6:30 pm. Please join us in the Multi Purpose Room to discuss events and activities for families of African American Students. Click here for more information and to RSVP

    Our First Annual African American Read-in will be held on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. Invited guest such as the WCCUSD Board of Trustees, Richmond City Council, the Chief of Police for Richmond Police Department will be reading a book from an African American author and then telling students about themselves. 

    We are looking forward to providing a rigorous educational program for your student, and challenging them academically, all in preperation for high school which will be their pathway to college and career. Our school offers a full academic program with traditional core classes, enriched by electives such as band, engineering, and career pathways exploration. We host an after school program for children to receive additional assistance with homework as well as enrichment classes.

    Together, we can help your student be successful in middle school, all the while preparing them for their high school adventure along with exposing them to ideas about college and career. Feel free to contact me, knowing that email will be the best way…understand that my first priority is DeJean students and being out on campus.

    On behalf of Assistant Principal Ms. Valdez and Assistant Principal Mr. McClymont, the entire Faculty and Staff of Lovonya DeJean Middle School, and the WCCUSD, we look forward to working together.

    In solidarity,

     
    Mr. McGee
    Principal, Lovonya DeJean Middle School
    Home of the Mighty Alpha Wolves 
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  • Principal:
     
    Mr. William McGee
     
    Assistant Principal: 
    Ms. Athena Valdez
     
    Assistant Principal: 
    Mr. Samuel McClymont
     
    Executive Director:
    Dr. Anne Shin
    Mr. Julio Franco
     
     

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