Joey Schlies, FFA President, welcomes the veterans to the DMS Veterans Day Program.
Lieutenant Colonel Schauer talks to the assembly about his experieces.
DMS Student Council with over 800 pairs of socks!
Missing at time of photo were Emily Nelsen and Greta Gaworek
Congratulations to Brandi Robinson! She was the $100.00 winner for the magazine sales at the middle school.
6th grade camping experiences October 2014.
Time for lessons!
The girls campfire!
A game of Gaga Ball
8th Grade Student Council
7th Grade Student Council
6th Grade Student Council
Mrs. Koz's snowshoeing class
Middle School News
Middle School News
The Denmark Middle School was built in 1993 and houses grades six through eight. Students are assigned to a grade level interdisciplinary team. The interdisciplinary team leaders consist of teachers in the areas of communication arts, mathematics, physical education, social studies, and science. Each grade level of core classes has common planning to coordinate the students’ educational programs.
In addition, foreign language, fine arts, and vocational classes complement the core areas. The program is designed to help students gradually make the transition from the Elementary School and to the High School by offering a variety course offerings, group composition, and teaming. An Advisor/Advisee Program is in place to serve as a support group for students during their Middle School experience.
School Start Time: 7:57 AM
School Closing Time: 3:10 PM
Office Hours: 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Approximate Enrollment: 290
Grading Period: 9 week quarter system. Report cards are sent home at the end of each quarter.
Progress Reports are sent at the mid-point of each quarter – all students receive reports.
The School District of Denmark does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, color,
pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability in school programs or activities.