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Delta View Elementary School

Happenings

BELL SCHEDULE

Grades: 1-5

7:50AM to 2:30PM

(M,T,Th,F)

Wednesdays:

1PM Dismissal Grades 1,2 & 3

1:10 Dismissal for Grades 4 & 5

 

Kindergarten/TK

EARLY FRIENDS

7:50AM to 11:15AM
(lunch is optional after dismissal)

LATE FRIENDS

9:50 AM TO 1:15PM

(No early out Wednesdays)
 

Upcoming Events

MDUSD LCAP Speaker Series!

Click HERE to learn about the speaker sessions for the 2017-2018 school year! The next session is on Tuesday, January 20th!

¡Haga clic AQUÍ para aprender acerca de las sesiones de oradores para el año escolar 2017-2018!

Field Trips

THIS INFORMATION IS IN REGARDS TO ANY FIELD TRIPS THAT HAVE BEEN OR MAY BE SCHEDULED

Please note that you or your student is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the costs ...more

Attendance

To report an absence please email   dvesattendance@mdusd.org

or call  our 24 hour hotline Phone: (925)682-8000 extension 84210.

For information about attendance procedures please click on the tab at the top of the page.

To see what is considered an excused absence please click here for a link to California Ed. Code

Daycare

Before and After School daycare for pre-k through 5th Grade provided by Dianne Adair on campus.

Click here for more information.

SCHOOL NEWSLETTERS

Whats Happening at Delta View?

Read our:

October 2017 Newsletter!

November/Dec. 2017 Newsletter!

March/April 2018 Newsletter!

SCHOOL UNIFORMS

Uniform Information

STARTING THE YEAR OFF RIGHT

During the first week of school, we focus on teaching the school-wide rules, behavioral expectations, and routines to all students across all settings in the school.  The staff organizes a set of events to provide students and staff with an entertaining, memorable, and positive first week of school in which everyone learns the rules, expectations, and routines throughout the entire school. 

One of the major reasons to teach behavioral expectations and routines across settings is so all staff agrees on what is expected. A second major reason is that we cannot always assume students know the expectations and routines.

Having a few simple, positively stated rules facilitates the teaching of behavioral expectations across school settings because students will be learning through the same language.  By focusing on 3 simple rules it is easier for students to remember.  It is also important for staff because instruction focusing on a few simple rules improves teaching and consistency across staff through the use of a common language.