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Delta View Elementary School

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NEW TO DELTA VIEW - See registration directions below

Visit mdusd.org/enrollment for information you will need and then apply online at air.mdusd.org/air/. Our office will call you to set up an appointment to finalize your registration. We look forward to having you join the Delta View Community.  

 

News: Please see the district webpage for current guidelines on the coronavirus. 
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Field Trips

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

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SCHOOL UNIFORMS

Uniform Information

 

At Delta View, we educate students to acquire life-long learning skills (both academic and social-emotional), so they can develop mastery and demonstrate knowledge to be career and college ready.

Delta View Elementary School provides a safe, respectful community that inspires and empowers life-long learners.  Students participate in meaningful standards-based instruction which promotes academic excellence through independent learning, critical thinking, and creative expression.  Cultural diversity is honored and celebrated.  Delta View educators promote a collaborative community that encourages a climate of clear communication, problem solving, and responsible citizenship. 

 

BELL SCHEDULE
Grades: 1-5

(M,T,Th,F)

7:50AM to 2:30PM

Wednesdays:

7:50AM to 1:10PM

 

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)

 

Daycare

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

Click here for more information.

Dear Families, 

We are all doing our best to navigate this difficult time, and we understand that may look different for each family. With that in mind, we are providing some basic recommendations for all families to follow with regard to continuing student learning during the school closure. Teachers will be reaching out to families directly to answer any questions you have and to share grade-level specific resources. During this time, students will not be graded on any of the material provided or be held accountable for any of the content upon their return to school, however, we do encourage you to do what you can. Students can bring samples of their work back to school to share with the class. Be sure to reach out to your child’s teacher for support, if needed.  

General recommendations:

  1. Try to establish a daily routine. This will provide children with a sense of safety and security in an otherwise unsettling situation, and help them transition back to school when the time comes.
  2. Limit screen time to 1.5 hours (this includes online learning tools, video games, etc.), and limit sessions to 30 minutes (recommended by the AAP and WHO)
  3. Review basic academic skills.
  4. Wash your hands a lot, and practice ‘social distancing’!
  5. Have fun with your family!

Daily Academic Options:

  • Read, or be read to (20 min. for K-2 students, 30 min. for 3rd-5th graders)
  • Journal Writing - 
    • K/1 - Practice writing the alphabet or sight words, draw a picture and write a sentence or two about it.
    • 2-5 - Record daily thoughts, 3 Gratitudes, memorable events, etc.
  • Practice Math Facts (make it fun!)
  • Complete one hour of physical activity - outside or inside.
  • Complete i-Ready Reading lessons (no more than 2/day) 
  • Complete i-Ready Math lessons (no more than 2/day)
  • Practice typing skills
  • Explore available resources and activities in Clever.com