Ethel Dwyer Middle School

General Information

Field Trips

Students and parents, please understand that school field trips whether it is Catalina, Whale Watching, Disneyland, Knotts Berry Farm or any other activity, is a privilege. This privilege can be lost due to overall demerit count, severe behavior issues or any infraction of the school wide discipline policy. We reserve the right to remove students from the eligibility list at any time in the school year.

School Dances

The Dwyer ASB sponsors dances throughout the school year. All dances are held in the school cafeteria. Teachers and/or parents will act as chaperons at all dances. Permission slips/tickets must be completed and signed by your parent/guardian in order for you to attend. Tickets will not be sold to students who have two or more N’s or one U in citizenship on the previous report card for the current school year. CORE class citizenship marks will count as one mark. Students will also lose dance privileges by having 5 or more demerits in a quarter. Administrators also reserve the right to deny dance privileges based on disciplinary reasons. A valid Dwyer I.D. card is required in order to purchase a ticket.  I.D.’s must be brought to the dance. NO student will be admitted to the dance without a ticket signed by a parent/guardian. No tickets will be sold at the door. The student and parent are responsible for reading the rules on the dance ticket prior to the dance. Students may not leave the dance early, unless a parent is physically there to pick them up.  We do not promote or encourage couple dances. ALL dances at Dwyer are opportunities for students to come together and have fun.

 

CLICK the links on the left to get more information about specific dances.

Student Clubs

If a club is offered to students through the school or sponsored by a group at the school, students will be required to adhere to any guidelines and requirements set up as part of that club's operating procedures. Participation in clubs is a privilege not a right. If removed from the club the student is required to stay away from any and all activities of that club.

Student Activities

Throughout the school year a wide variety of activities occur on and off campus in which students are invited to participate. All school rules and guidelines are in force during any school-sponsored activity.