Jan. 23 is National Pie Day – Vote for Your Favorite Pie

   According to Wikipedia, “National Pie Day is an annual celebration of pies started in the mid-1970s.  Charlie Papazian a Colorado nuclear engineer, brewer and teacher, declared National Pie Day after his own birthday, January 23.  since 1986, National Pie Day is sponsored by the American Pie Council.” Vote for your favorite pie here :

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A Music Moment from Dale Chamber Orchestra Concertmaster & the Senior Regional Orchestra

Thomas Dale’s Chamber Orchestra Concertmaster, Caleb Stanger, plays an excerpt for you. Caleb is in the Richmond Youth Symphony Orchestra, and he was recently 1st chair for 1st violins in the Senior Regional Orchestra. These Dale students made the Senior Regional Orchestra.   Back L-R : Kairu Mitchell, Chris Kim, Kayla Allen, John Keane, Zach Williams, Zach

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Dale Events: News You Can Use For Jan. 17

“Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.”  C. S. Lewis There will be a Ryan’s Bridge meeting on January 31. Please check google classroom to provide input for the meeting so we can plan accordingly. We will be showing our appreciation for the cafeteria staff. SPORTS Today, both Varsity and JV girls basketball

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Yearbook Announces QR Feature and Deadline for 2019-20 Staff Applications

New this year, Thomas Dale’s yearbook, The Reflector, will include an interactive feature where you can scan QR codes to view videos of events happening around Dale. Here’s a sneak preview:   JOIN THE STAFF Do you have a passion for telling stories? Are you a photography pro? Yearbook may be a good fit for

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Thomas Dale Feminist Society Takes a Stand at the RVA Women’s March

On Saturday, Jan. 12, Thomas Dale’s Feminist Society took a trip to Richmond for the 2019 Women’s March. Students met with State Senator, Jennifer McClellan and Abigail Spanberger, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Virginia’s 7th congressional district. “If we don’t stand up for ourselves, then WHO will?!” stated Senior, Citlali Lemus. 

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Dale Events: News You Can Use for Jan. 16

“If you set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing.” Margaret Thatcher Sophomores and Juniors: if you plan to apply to an art college, visit art room 607 for portfolio prep on Friday morning, Jan. 18, during Enrichment. SPORTS Today, both Varsity

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Dale Events: News You Can Use for Jan.15

 “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Attention all Science Club members!  The next meeting will be TODAY at 3:10 in room 403 at the main campus.  The science club will be making Thaumatropes and studying optical

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Today, Jan. 11, is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

By Soren Rutherford, Knightly News Staff Reporter The Senate created Human Trafficking Awareness Day to recognize the fact that modern slavery is not just present in third world countries, but even in a country as large and advanced as our own. Otherwise known as Neo-slavery, human trafficking is a horrendous crime that has yet to

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