Jason Landis (center) and his senior classmates brought to life the Who's classic hit, "Behind Blue Eyes" during Dock's 2017 Arts Day. Link to more photos, video, program, and results.
March 2017  Volume 49, No. 8
          Mega Commitment
 Martin Wiens
All-School Service Project
During March we will engage in a school-wide service project for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches sharing God's love and compassion by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. 

MCC’s warehouse inventory has been significantly depleted due to the number of recent crisis situations around the world. We will be doing a one-time clothing drive for Syrian refugees living in Lebanon as well as collecting for MCC relief kits to be distributed worldwide. The collection will run through March 23.


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March 6 
Faculty In-service 
No school

March 6  
Spring sports
practices begin

March 9  
Winter Athletic Awards Night, 6:30 p.m.

March 9-11  
Regional Orchestra

March 12  Daylight Saving Time begins

March 14  
Spring Parent-Coach Night, 7:30 p.m.

March 17  
Student Visitation Day Invite a friend!

March 19-21  
Social Issues Trip

March 20  
Faculty In-service  
No school

March 23-25  
Regional Band

March 31  
Faculty In-service  
No school

April 3
Prayer with the Superintendent
7:00 a.m.

April 10-16
Easter Break
No School​​​​​​​

Junior-Senior Banquet
Dock Mennonite Academy's Junior-Senior Banquet will be held on Saturday, May 13, starting at 5:30 p.m. In an effort to help parents and students find acceptable dress wear for the Banquet this year, we suggest guidelines based on our school’s Appearance Code.
Dress Guidelines
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Summer Camps
Our two campuses are THE place to be for summer learning and fun.

Camps fill up quickly,
so don't put it off!
There are days when it isn’t easy working with teenagers. Between the negatives of social media, “normal” high school drama, and the difficulties that come with being that age, these times can be trying. As parents, you know this much better than me. Our students are normal teens. They make the mistakes that teenagers make. Some of them are relatively harmless; others are more serious.

Because of this reality, it is equally if not more important for us to celebrate and acknowledge the good that our students do and experience. On our campuses, there is much to celebrate.

On the Friday before Presidents’ Day weekend, members of our community had the privilege to...  Read more
Window on the
The top happenings from the EC to Grade 8 campus this month
Students and faculty celebrated Read Across America last week, held on the day of Dr. Seuss's birthday. You can also read about Mrs. Slemmer's 3rd graders reading to their kindergarten buddies and more in this month's EC-Grade 8 Window on the Classroom. Read EC-Grade 8 reports
EC - Grade 8 Open House
Invite a friend!
Looking for options for your children age 3 through 8th grade? Discover Dock Mennonite Academy, a place for exploration and inquiry that prepares students for lives of purpose. Join us for our All-School Open House on Saturday, March 11, 2017 any time from 12:30-3:00 p.m. on our EC-8 campus in Souderton, PA. Come meet teachers and students and tour our campus. Lunch will be provided for all who attend, and all prospective students receive a free t-shirt! Email admissions@dock.org for more details or visit www.dock.org.
Support our fundraisers! 
A great auction starts with great donations!
What can you donate to our 56th Annual Country Fair & Auction coming up May 19? Gift certificates, hand crafted items, vacation home rentals, professional services, unique experiences, gift baskets and more make awesome auction items! Click here to fill out a donation form or contact Regan Weikel at 215.723.1196 for more information.
Hoagie Helpers needed
We still need helpers for our annual Hoagie Sale TOMORROW, Wednesday, March 8. We will be making LOTS of hoagies that day; if you can help out, click here.
Window on the
The top happenings from the Grade 9-12 campus this month
It's Science Fair season, and the Breslin sisters (junior Sophia, left, and sophomore Sydney, above) continue to be a scientific juggernaut. Read about their big wins and much more in this month's edition of Window on the Classroom.  Read Grade 9-12 reports
From the Guidance Office

Parent-Teacher Fellowship
The next Parent-Teacher Fellowship/Senate Activities Committee sponsored evening will be a Coffee House on Thursday, March 16, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Longacre Commons and Theatre. Join us for snacks, coffee, artwork and great music from student performers. Mark your calendar!
College preparation begins with your              high school schedule 
The first step on the road to college begins with the courses students take in high school. The first thing colleges look at is the high school transcript. Schools look for four years of solid course work in a basic curriculum. Although standardized tests are important in the application process, the high school transcript measures a student’s ability and motivation over four years. 
What do admissions officers look for in a high school transcript? 
Generally, admissions counselors are looking to evaluate:
Grades: Are they on an upward trend?
High School: What are its academic qualities?
G.P.A.: Cumulative Grade Point Average and Current Grade Point Average
Test Scores: SAT I, ACT, SAT II. How does the student compare to other students from different schools?
Senior Year: Is the student taking challenging academic curriculum and being successful?

April 27 - 28 - 29 at 7:00 p.m.